Welcome to Mr. Kardouche's AP Biology Class

2019 - 2020 school year

Welcome! Please check this page often as I update and give new information frequently.

Be Ready for a Unit Quiz Every Friday

Begining on Tueday, September 3, 2019, all late work will receive a 75% or less grade,depending on the quality of the work and on how late it is, unless you make prior arrangements.

Link to quiz 1 so you can do your test corection: UNIT 1 QUIZ - Water and the Chemical Context of Life

Statistics Biochemistry  Cells Structure and Function   Cellular
Energetics
  Photosynthesis   DNA and
Cell Division
Protein Synthesis
Gene Expression
Operons
Genetics Biotechnology Evolution Nervous/Muscular  Systems Immune/
Lymphatic Systems
Endocrine
System

Ecology

Please sign into Google Classroom using this code:  (you need to be signed-in to a gmail account or a school account on your computer)

Period 5: d4db93

Period 6: trn07b

Please enroll in the class and sign in to College Board AP CENTRAL using these codes depending on which class period you have AP Biology with Mr. Kardouche:

Period 5: K77VYM

Period 6: DJJPPR

Link to Exam Dates - The AP Biology Exam will be on Monday, May 11, 2020 at 8 am

Exam section I will have 60 MC questions (90 minutes) Exam Section II will have 2  long FRQs and 4 short FRQs. Calculator will be allowed.

Link to Exam Fees this is where you register and pay for your exam. It is done through our school site

Link to AP Readiness workshop at UCR - Workshops are free and students ride the school bus for free

   
 

Course Information:

AP Biology Summer Assignment for 2019-2020 School Year:
In addition to the Summer Assignments listed, Please access the BIOCHEMISTRY UNIT page and begin studying by viewing the videos and reading through the supplemental information. This is going to be a very fast and rigorous course and the more prepared you are the less stressed you will feel. I look forward to helping you do your very best and to watching you succeed.

1_ Introduction_ Themes in the Study of Life
2_ The Chemical Context of Life
3_ Water and the Fitness of the Environment
4_ Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life
5_ The Structure and Function of Large Biological Molecules