Digestion only has 9 questions for this Midyear Exam.
My advice, focus on all the other material!
To keep the exam within the time frame of one block, we had to keep the exam within 100 questions. It is 100 questions, freshly made by moi, and it’s all multiple choice. See the other blog entries for more info on start times and practice exam links etc.
Block 2.1 and 2.2; workbook 5.2 due Monday Jan 22, workbook 5.3 due Wed Jan 24 (some class time to work on study sheet, you should do some at home)
Block 1.2 workbook 5.2 and 5.3 due Tues
Biology 12 midyear exam, will cover everything we’ve done 🙂 check your course outline to see the chapters covered
(off the top of my head, ch 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, part of chap 20 (p 380 381) most of ch 25, first part of ch 26 and definitely page 375 and everything there about thyroxin!)
Again, Midyear Exam dates are Block 1.1 Thurs Jan 25th, block 2.4 Fri Jan 26th and since it’s long and you only have one block to complete it, come early, stay late (block 1.1 we’ll use jo reads and into lunch to noon max; block 2.4 we’ll start at noon and end when you want).
Block 1.2 postponed to Wednesday January 17th (please remember to show up early if you think you might need more time to write this test, Wed is a CP Day ~ Mr Sommerfeld promised to open the room at 8:10 am on Wed Jan 17th to get the test started early).
Block 1.2 we’ll be working on Activity 5.3 and a Ray Diagram Challenge to do with proving the Law of Reflection. We’ll also check Workbook 4.2 4.3 from before Christmas, and Workbook 5.1.
Since Moodle is down today, we’re heading to lab 303 or the Learning Commons (block 1.1) (meet in 307 first) to find out what happens to us meat eaters, a few thousand days from now.
Using your Digestion Notes booklet and the internet, agree or disagree with the following statement, backing it up with research and citations at the end:
“Eating meat is a personal choice and provides vital nutrients for the body you can’t get anywhere else while maintaining a healthy and robust economy”.
Unpack this any way you wish, minimum 2 pages (500 words) with 2 diagrams and 2 sources. Please state your thesis within the introduction. Explore your main points in the body, summarize your stance in and restate your findings in the conclusion.
Due Tuesday January 16th (block 2.4) or Wednesday January 17th (block 1.1)