Biology

This course is designed to fulfill graduation requirements in general science for all high school students. Biology is an introductory course that engages students in understanding and evaluating the natural world around them. Students will be challenged to use their knowledge learned in class to address real-world problems and communicate solutions to environmental issues.

  1. Be in your assigned seat when the bell rings.
  2. Bring all required student supplies to class every day.
  3. Respect the people, equipment, and furniture in the classroom.
  4. Follow directions the first time they are given.
  5. *During labs and most activities, food and drink will not be allowed for safety reasons.

First Quarter- Sci. Method, Cycles of Matter, Flow of Energy, Ecosystem Interactions, Chemistry of Life.

Second Quarter- Macromolecules, Cells, Photosynthesis, Cellular Respiration.

Third Quarter- Cell Division, DNA, Genetics, Heredity, Adaptations.

Fourth Quarter- Human Body Systems, Nutrition, Human Impacts on Ecosystems.

  • Pencils and/or Pens
  • 3-Ring Binder or Folder
  • Notebook and/or Loose-Leaf Paper
  • Free Reading Book, for early finishers
  • Poster-making supplies, kept at home for projects

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