Category Archives: Biology Semester 1

Classwork Section 9.1: Study Guide

Students will have an opportunity to complete their classwork on Mendel’s legacy through a series of analytical questions that are based upon our class discussion as well as Mendel’s findings and conclusions. In the remaining time, students will expand upon … Continue reading

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Monday: PosterBoard/Quiz on Meiosis

On Monday, based on students’ prior knowledge, 1st hour and 6th hour will review cell division and will be expected to draw, label, and explain the stages of meiosis, and 4th hour will be quizzed on the characteristics of cell … Continue reading

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Biology Semester 1 Final Examination!

Students in 1st hour and 2nd hour will be evaluated on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 7:20-8:50 and 9:00-10:30 respectively. Students in 3rd hour will be evaluated on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 7:20-8:50. Students in the 6th hour will … Continue reading

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STUDY, REPEAT, PRACTICE!

ALL STUDENTS NEED TO REVIEW THEIR NOTES, HANDOUTS, CHARTS, GRAPHS, AND CONCEPTS TO BE BETTER PREPARED FOR THEIR FINAL EXAMINATION FOR SEMESTER 1 NEXT WEEK. ON TUESDAY, THE 22ND OF JANUARY, STUDENTS NEED TO COME PREPARED TO ASK SPECIFIC-NOT GENERALIZED-QUESTIONS … Continue reading

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Biology Final Exam Review (Revised) Semester 1

THIS BIOLOGY FINAL EXAM REVIEW WAS PUT FORTH BY MR. BOB HARRISON, BIOLOGY TEACHER AT EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL IN DEARBORN, MICHIGAN! Study Guide for the Biology Semester 1 Final Exam Scientific Method (Chapter 1) 1. What are the steps … Continue reading

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Biology Final Exam Review Fall 2013: Semester 1

Scientific Method 1. What are the steps of the scientific method? 2. Define these words: independent variable, dependent variable, quantitative data, qualitative data, control, constants, hypothesis 3. Mr. Krabbs has created a new sauce that he thinks will reduce the … Continue reading

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January 16-18, Petal Pig Study: Structures And Functions!

Students will use the next three school days only to overview and briefly study the fetal pig’s external and internal organs as well as reinforce the functions of said organs using their notes from the past week. Normally, the fetal … Continue reading

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Classwork Due by Tuesday, the 15th of January, 2013: Human Body Systems

Students will make a graphic organizer as an outline on their notebooks that is based upon several human body systems that includes the skeletal system (composition, divisions, functions, and joints), muscular system (functions, muscle types and their functions, and the … Continue reading

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Human Body Systems (Cont’d): Respiratory and Excretory Systems

As students continue on with their journey through the human body systems, they will focus on the respiratory and excretory systems based upon their structures and functions throughout our class discussion.

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Human Body Systems (Cont’d): The Circulatory System

Students will work on the the circulatory system as they will focus upon the major heart chambers, the key blood vessels, and blood cell types. In addition to knowing the major functions of the circulatory system, students will be expected … Continue reading

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