Finish the Natural Selection Assignment. Please complete all the questions up to the end of the third page.
Study for the test – DNA, RNA, Protein Synthesis, etc, as well as Evolution. Refer to the LG for the sections of the textbook that we covered.
Please also refer to the notes we took in class for your studying.
If you haven’t already done so, please ensure that you have obtained the necessary pages from the Moodle site.
Next text will be on Monday, 22 October, and will include Chapter 4 (all) and the sections of Ch. 5 that we do this week.
We will cover the sections again that were already covered in the first test.
Study for test – Wednesday, 17 October. Chapter 1.
Those of you who haven’t finished the workbook pages, please do so and show me the workbook when finished in order to get full marks.
Complete the reading p. 76-80 and the reading check p. 80 and check your understanding p. 83 (all questions).
Read p. 76-80 and do Reading check on p. 80 and Check your understanding on p. 83.
Have a nice weekend.
Test 18 Oct 2012.
Finish Acid and Base assignment and hand in in Google docs folder.
Submit any outstanding late assignments into your Google docs folder.
Submit project into Moodle by tonight. Have a nice weekend.
Test 18 October. See previous posts for info.
Finish the “Evidence for Evolution” assignment from the Learning Guide. On the back page (last page), answer the questions at the top of the page only. You do not need to do “For further investigation” or “Computer activities.”
Please ensure that you have obtained the next assginment from Moodle, “Simulating Natural Selection,” for next class.
Complete workbook pages 40-43. Read Text p. 76-80. Study for Ch. 1 test which will be on 17 October, Wednesday.
Have a nice weekend.
Study for test on Ch 1 and 2 – Friday 12 October.
Study for test – 18 October – Chapter 4.
Extended deadline for submission of project (6 types of chemical reactions) – now due Friday, 12 October.
Study for test – Thursday 18 October 2012 – On DNA, RNA, Protein Synthesis, as well as evolution.
Ensure that you obtain the Learning Guide part 2 that is posted on the Moodle site.