Wednesday: Midterm Exam (Multiple Choice) (homework)
November 17, 2010
|**This is your last day to play Greed for extra credit. My classroom will be open before school and during PAT/Lunch.
**You will have 75 Multiple choice questions to answer for this portion of the exam. See the study suggestions below to adequately prepare for the exam.
1. Review your bell questions for this unit.
2. Review/study your notes. We took notes on the following topics: "Cells", "Plasma Membrane", "Cell Transport", "Photosynthesis: Overall Reaction", "Photosynthesis - Light Rxn",
"Photosynthesis - Dark Rxn", and "Cellular Respiration".
3. You should have already read the three chapters in the Cliff's AP Guide, "Cells", "Photosynthesis", and "Cellular Respiration" as well as practiced all of the questions at the end of each chapter.
4. Review AP Lab 1, AP Lab 4, and AP Lab 5. Focus on the questions asked at the end of each section of the lab. You should also be able to understand each of the graphs.
5. Review the Practice Multiple Choice Packet (#1-94). PLEASE NOTE: This packet does not provide review questions for water potential. To review water potential, your best bet is review the Water Potential portion of AP Lab 1 (Part C & D).
6. The following activities from your Online textbook may also be beneficial:
A. Build an Animal Cell and Plant Cell
B. Prokaryote Structure and Function
C. Comparing Prokaryote and Eukaryote Cells
D. Role of the Nucleus
E. Endomembrane System
F. Build a Chloroplast and Mitochondrion Activity
A. Membrane Structure
B. Selective Permeability of Membranes
D. Osmosis and Water Balance in Cells
E. Facilitated Diffusion
F. Active Transport
G. Exocytosis and Endocytosis
A. Sites of Photosynthesis
B. Overview of Photosynthesis
C. The Light Reactions
D. The Calvin Cycle
E. Photosynthesis in Dry climates
A. Chemcial Cycling
B. Overview of Cellular Respiration
D. The Citric Acid Cycle
E. Electron Transport
7. Print and use the Greed Game for MT #2 below in the "Downloads" Section.
8. Greed Games will be run in class for a maximum of 10 points extra credit during the following times:
Monday: Before School, PAT/Lunch, After School
Tuesday: Before School, PAT/Lunch
Wednesday: Before School and PAT/Lunch
9. Look over helpful wkshts like "Cells: The Basic Unit of Life".
10. Most important, split up your study time. Decide upfront how much time you will need to dedicate to each big topic and start studying ASAP!