If it's your first year teaching APES, here is a starting point!
The zipfile is 2.16GB (I use video clips in my notes that greatly contribute to the file size. They are the black slides you see in the preview. You can easily delete them if you do not like the clips.)
Because it is so large, I couldn't upload it on tpt so I added a word document with a link to the shared files via google drive. Since I'm using google drive, I linked the folders in their non-compressed form for you; you will need to download the folders before you can edit them. My email is listed on the document as well, so you can contact me if you have ANY problems.
You'll learn that APES is ever changing and your notes will be too, but this will give you plenty to work with.
There are ten PowerPoints in the compressed file, and for the record, you can definitely use these with a regular environmental course.
- Unit 1: Human Populations
- Unit 2: Terrestrial Ecology
- Unit 3: Biodiversity
- Unit 4: Aquatic Ecology
- Unit 5: Soil
- Unit 6: Pesticides
- Unit 7: Waste
- Unit 8: Energy
- Unit 9: Water Pollution
- Unit 10: Air Pollution
I'm linking my school website below. You can click any of the "notes" buttons to get a better preview of what is included in my powerpoints. The buttons link to pdf handouts for my students to use during lectures. Thank you to those of you who've expressed interest in accessing my school drive from this website; however, I can't allow access to people outside of my school district as it is strictly for my students' school use. Sorry!