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Category Archives: Biology Semester 2
MONDAY IS AN INDEPENDENT REVIEW DAY FOR STUDENTS TO PREPARE FOR FINAL EXAMINATIONS. STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING ANY SPECIFIC QUESTIONS THAT THEY FEEL NEED CLARIFICATION. THE FOLLOWING IS THE FINAL EXAM WEEK SCHEDULE FOR THE BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY CLASSES: … Continue reading
REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW………………………….
Students will create and play a jeopardy game that is based upon the subcomponents of ecology. There will be five categories with each having five responses that the other teams need to come up with questions when asked. The students … Continue reading
Vocabulary: meiosis, mitosis, gamete, crossing-over, karyotype, centromere, heterozygous, homozygous, F1 Generation, P Generation, transcription, translation, replication, mutation, allele, common ancestor, variation, adaptation, acclimation, natural selection, artificial selection, half-life, homologous structures, analogous structures, divergent evolution, convergent evolution, coevolution, parasite, symbiosis, population, … Continue reading
Students will create a jeopardy game through the concepts and ideas that we have discussed throughout our study of the ecological process thus far. The categories shall include: Introduction of Ecology, Ecology of Organisms, Energy Transfer, Biogeochemical Cycles, and Species … Continue reading
Students are to answer the review questions #’s: 6, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, and 23 on page 376 as well as 1-8 plus the short response on page 377. These questions are to be answered on their notebooks.
Students will reinforce the class discussion on energy transfer by completing their study guide on said topic as well as the critical thinking questions on page 369 (#’s 7, 8, & 9) and turn them in. In the remaining time, … Continue reading
Students will be evaluated upon the ecological processes that focus upon the interactions between the living and nonliving things with emphasis upon the transfer of energy among organisms as well as elaborate upon the significant roles that the biogeochemical cycles … Continue reading
We will review Section 18.1 study guide, Introduction to ecology. Then we will commence our discussion with the comparison of abiotic factors with those biotic factors and provide several examples upon each. Moreover, we will identify and describe two mechanisms that allow … Continue reading
We will work on our new set of word wall that centers on the process of ecology and the several concepts and ideas that it entails and expected to be learned over the next several class days.