Today we'll spend a few minutes on an overview of chapter 7, with plans for the next week.
I'll also show you how to add an RSS feed to your em...
Today in class we:
reviewed for the exam Wednesday on chapter 4 (populations)
looked over two resource review books: Barron's and Cr...
Please do the following:
2002.1 AP exam
Monday, we'll spend some time enabling you to reach our resource server at physics.hpa.edu, followed by a navigation exercise that should ...
Please read chapter 4 for class tomorrow, questions after class.
Make sure you understand the terms noted below (under ----4----)
To do today:
1. review the lab: format, content, what is clear, what is not
2. review chapter 3, including supplementary materials
3. go over hw, inc...
Here's an overview of our next work together:
1. Today in class: chapter 4 on populations, read the chapter if you have not already here:
Please complete the Multiple Choice (MC) and Free Response (FR) questions at the end of the Princeton Review (PR) chapter on populations (pop)....
lab review: populations, relab
Practice quiz review: 1-5
Test retest: by Thursday
TED HW: Hans Rosling...
From our class today:
Due Sunday night:
week questions due
TED Rosling 2010 questions due (bins)
Practice test (see previous blo...
Here are some of the videos that my students have produced in relation to these topics: www.jasperscy.com
Route to Seed: http://www.youtube.com/wa...
1. When did the Kyoto Protocol occur, and what did it hope to accomplish? What was the result of the negotiations? If any countries did not conce...
For Monday, please read the following links:
Please download the AQI google map plugin from the right side of the page...
31: human nutritional needs
32: large scale farming
33: farming alternatives
24,000 deaths daily from malnutrition
2200 Cal daily mini...
Aquifers, ground water, surface water
Dams: impact-fish, heavy metals, pH, temperature
Chapter 7: Human Populations
Malthus vs. Norman Borlaug
out: death+emigration (exit)
(always per 1000 ...
Chapter 8 AP Earth and soil
Labs: soil quality, metrics, classification
Water labs (next) water quality index, DO, pH, temperature...
We'll be using the following resources this week:
Princeton Review here:
And the iBook...
We'll continue today with a simulation exam, which can be found here:
in the fol...
radioactive half life
population growth, rule of 70
tragedy of commons
FRQ 16% basic science