HP WEEK AHEAD: LOCK-DOWN SET 2

March25

Hey guys, I hope all of you are well. As we move into the second phase of our social distancing practices, we will look at specifically temperature conversions and phase change. Once we get back together, we will talk about all of the concepts, complete some labs and interesting demos, and I will do some problem session with you. The following is a reading/notes handout on phase changes and latent heat. Latent means “hidden”, so it is the hidden heat necessary to make a substance change phases. So from like liquid to solid or liquid to gas. Think dry ice and water! That is a very fun phase change we will play around with! I have also included some practice problems for temperature conversions. You may remember this from chemistry. Converting between Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit. I also included an answer bank on the worksheet to check yo’self! Oh and since I have your attention, I would like to make a special note that Big Foot has been practicing this social distancing thing for decades! Think about it…WORLD CHAMP! Now, that I have you riled up, until we meet again…have a good day, stay out of trouble, and GO DUKE.

Kinetic Theory Prezi

Phases Changes of Water

Phases Changes of Water Notes handout

**THIS IS FROM YOUR TEXT BOOK PG 305. IF YOU WANT TO LOOK THERE AS WELL
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION PRACTICE PROBLEMS

AP Week Ahead: Lock-down lesson set 2

March25

Hey guys, I know all of you have finished the skeletal and muscular diagrams I posted last week because you are sweet sweet seniors! I have posted a few things for you to practice on for the skeletal system. There is a packet to complete to practice identifying the bones and markings by description. Look at my notes below, I have eliminated some sections. Take a look at the bone practice quizzes document. There are links that will lead you to practice quizzes. It is a two page document so keep scrolling down. I have also link to notes for the skeletal system on the microscopic structure and anatomy of the long bone.
**Remember you can pick up a hard copy from Mrs. Jennings at the HS. ALL the copies are there except the practice quiz document for obvious reasons.

Skeletal System Notes Slides
Bones Practice Quizzes
Long Bone Anatomy Diagram
Microscopic Anatomy of Long Bone
Bone Practice Packet **You don’t need to color unless that helps you remember.
OMIT Sections: 5 6 11 13 16 17 19 22 23

HP WEEKS AHEAD

March16

Hey guys I hope this post finds you well and without too much cabin fever. I am posting a video notes assignment for the upcoming topics we are going to cover when we return. You should write the name of the video and then the important information in each video. There is lots of vocabulary terms and concepts in this unit. The equations are fairly simple, but a lot of thinking and phenomena we will learn about. If you can not access the videos and want a hard copy printed for you, Mrs. Jennings has two reading handouts and notes handouts you can complete instead. You can pick these up from her at school on Wednesday from 4-6. As you read the articles, you complete the notes sections. EASY PEASY! I hope you guys are well!

Kinetic Theory of Temperature Playlist

AP WEEKS AHEAD

March16

Hey guys! I hope this post finds you all well and without too much cabin fever! I have posted somethings to do over the next few weeks to keep us ready for when we return to school. I know this isn’t the same as our lively class discussions but it’s the best I can do right now. Check back every once and awhile. I found the following link from one of our favorite Green brothers about the Covid-19 that is very informative, and you know that it is very important to stay accurately informed! This was posted on March 6th, so since then the outbreak has been declared a pandemic, but listen closely to his explanation of an epidemic vs. a pandemic, and keep in mind our discussions. Hope you all are well and I hope to see you soon. In the next few weeks, don’t do anything drastic like brush your hair, shave your head, or unbutton that top button on your shirt! Stay safe peeps 😉

COVID-19 Video SCI Show

ORGAN SYSTEM PLAYLIST
This is a review of the systems. You don’t need to watch all of them, just look at blood vessels, muscles, and skeletal for a good review and intro.

**IF YOU NEED A HARD COPY OF THESE BECAUSE YOU DO NOT HAVE A PRINTER, YOU CAN GO TO THE SCHOOL WEDNESDAY 4-6 TO PICK IT UP. I HAVE LEFT EVERYONE A COPY WITH MRS. JENNINGS

1. COMPLETE SKELETAL FIRST Skeletal Diagram

2. Muscles Back Diagram

3. Muscles Front

HP Week Ahead: 3/2-3/6

February29

We will wrap up or study of centripetal force and centripetal acceleration this week. We will test on Wednesday and look at an interesting phenomena called the magnus effect later in the week. Extra problems for the circular motion test will be Friday morning at 7:40 in my room. Look ahead to see what you are going to miss if you are gone this week. Make sure you read the deadlines for the lab planned for Thursday and Friday, so you can plan accordingly.
**The deadline for the Rotational Notes is Friday at the beginning of your class period. You can turn them in anytime before the deadline or at the start of your class on Friday. Plan accordingly if you are going to be gone.

Monday: Topic: Circular Motion
Q&A: Circular Motion and Inertia and Problem Set 2
Partner Practice: March Madness test review problems
If you are absent here are the review problems to complete CM Review Problems
HW: Rotational Motion NOTES (Due Friday)

Tuesday: Topic: Circular Motion
Activities: Partner Practice: Vocabulary Sort
Partner Practice: March Madness test review problems
HW: Rotational Motion NOTES (Due Friday)

Wednesday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Circular Motion Test
HW: Rotational Motion NOTES (Due Friday)

Thursday Topic: Circular Motion
Activities: LAB: MAGNUS EFFECT
FLIPGRID: Magnus Effect
CODE: 802af468
HW: Rotational Motion NOTES (Due Friday)

Friday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Lab: MAGNUS EFFECT
FLIPGRID: Magnus Effect
CODE: 802af468

*IF YOU ARE ABSENT THURSDAY YOU SHOULD SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS TO ME IN A GOOGLE DOCUMENT BEFORE THURSDAY
*IF YOU ARE ABSENT FRIDAY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION/TESTING PORTION OF THE LAB, YOU SHOULD SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO OVER FLIPGRID BY MONDAY 3/9 AT NOON. THE FLIPGRID WILL CLOSE AT NOON.

AP Week Ahead: 3/2-3/6

February29

We will begin our discussion of the circulatory system by looking at the structure and functions of blood. If you are going to be gone the end of the week, you will need to turn in the blood typing questions before you leave on Friday. Friday is the last day to turn in the blood typing questions. If you are gone the other days, you should have your assignments ready to go over when you return.
Extra problems for the Nervous system test will be WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 7:40 IN MY ROOM.

Monday: Topics: Identify primary components and functions and disorders of blood
Activities: Lecture/discussion: Blood Components
HW: Blood Graphic Organizer

Tuesday: Topics: Explain how the basic structure of hemoglobin and myoglobin relates to its function.
Activities: Anatomy Theater: Case Study: The Interview: Hemoglobin vs. Myoglobin The Interview Hemoglobin vs. Myoglobin (you will want to print this handout for class)
HW: unfinished questions

Wednesday: Topics: Apply the role of hemoglobin in the body specifically cooperative binding to a murder case.
Comparing and contrasting the relationship between carbon monoxide, oxygen, and hemoglobin.
Activities:Q&A: Case study questions #1-8
Lab: Case Study: Caught Red-Handed
HW: unfinished questions of the case Study

Thursday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Describe ABO blood typing system and mechanism for determining blood type
Activities: Q&A: Case Study Caught Red-Handed
Partner Practice:
Blood Typing Notes: A lesson in Inheritance
Blood Typing Questions
HW: Blood Crossword Puzzle (passed out in class)

Friday:Describe ABO blood typing system and mechanism for determining blood type
Activities: Partner Practice: Blood Typing Problems
Blood Typing Notes: A lesson in Inheritance
Blood Typing Questions

HP Week Ahead: 2/24-2/28

February22

This week we will continue our discussion of circular motion and all the things associated with it. Look ahead to see your assignments. If you are going to be gone at the end of the week, meet with me so we can plan your assignments. We will try to get things done before you leave,so you have less to make up.

Monday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Think Tank: PG 228 #1-4 and PG 230 #1-4
HW: MOPS: Acceleration and Circular Motion

Tuesday: Unit: Circular Motion
Science Appetizers: Q&A previous problems
Activities: Lab: Exploring Circular Motion Part 3: Waiter’s Tray
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Science Appetizer: Vocabulary Card Sort

Thursday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Lab Quiz: Circular Motion Part 1-Part 3
Individual Problems: Problem Set 2
HW: unfinished problems

Friday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Comprehension Quiz over terms, symbols, equations for Circular Motion
Individual Practice: MOPS: Circular Motion and Inertia
HW: unfinished problems

AP Week Ahead: 2/24-2/28

February22

This week we will wrap up the nervous system unit and begin our discussion of blood, its structures and functions. Look ahead to see the activities planned, and get with me if you need copies of the stations for the end of the week.

Monday: Topics: Sequence events of nerve impulse
Activities: Q&A: GO for Nervous System
Lecture/Discussion Nerve impulse and reflexes
HW: prepare for test on Wednesday

Tuesday:Topics: Nervous System Review
Activities: Partner Practice: Nervous system dominoes and Concept Puzzle
HW: prepare for test

Wednesday: Topics: Demonstrate understanding of CNS and PNS and associated structures, functions, and disorders
Activities: Test Nervous System
HW: Blood Notes due 2/28
Blood Notes
Blood Notes Slide

Thursday: Topics: Describe and identify components of blood and role of hemoglobin
Activities: Circulatory Stations: complete #1-4, #15-21
Q&A: Stations #1-4
HW: Blood Quiz 1
Join my quiz
go to joinmyquiz.com if the link doesn’t work and enter the code
CODE: 179880 DUE by 2/28 at 10:00 PM

Friday: Topics: Describe and identify components of blood and role of hemoglobin
Activities: Circulatory Stations: complete #1-4, #15-21
Q&A: #15-21
HW: Blood Quiz 2
Join my quiz
go to joinmyquiz.com and enter the code if the link doesn’t work
Code: 653813 DUE by 2/28 by 10:00 PM

HP Week Ahead: 2/17-2/21

February15

This week we will begin our study of circular motion and centripetal force. We will now be going in circles! We will do extra problems for the momentum test from last week on Thursday morning at 7:40 in my room. Enjoy your holiday on Monday!

Circular Motion Prezi

Monday: Holiday

Tuesday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Science Appetizer: Circular Motion demos
Lecture/Discussion: Circular Motion: Angular Speed, Centripetal Force, tangential velocity
HW: Circular Motion copy notes from prezi

Wednesday: Circular Motion Problem SET 1

Thursday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Q&A: Problem Set 1
Lab: Examination of Circular Motion Part 1
HW: Complete lab questions if necessary
MOPS: Speed and Velocity
**Read and Complete the purpose, summarize the steps, and complete the table for lab on your own paper. Complete this pre-lab assignment for class.

Friday: Unit: Circular Motion
Activities: Lab: Exploring Circular Motion Part 2
HW: analysis questions and graph

AP Week Ahead:2/17-2/21

February15

We will finish up our study of the nervous system this week by looking at nerve impulses and reflexes. We will test early next week, likely Tuesday 2/25.

Nerve Impulse notes

Monday: Holiday

Tuesday: Topics: Analyze how nervous system cells communicate.
Activities: Lab: Cell to Cell Communication: Nerve Cell Communication (Parts 5 and 6) Print only Parts 5 and 6
HW: Complete nerve impulse notes Videos (Chemical Mind, Nervous System Part 2, The Synapse, and Why we have pain and how to kill it (due Thurs)
NERVOUS PLAYLIST

Wednesday: Topics: Sequence Events in a nerve impulse, reflex, and structure of neurotransmitters
Activities: Partner Stations: Nervous System Exhibition: Stations 16-21
HW:

Thursday: Topics: Events and components of nerve impulse
Activities: Lecture/Discussion Nerve impulse and reflexes
Create GO of Nerve Impulse (you have this already)
HW:

Friday: Topics: Sequence events of a reflex arc
Activities: Lab: Hand on a Hot Stove
HW: Nervous system GO (passed out in class)

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