In biology, students will study the structures and functions of living organisms and their interaction with their environment.
Topics covered in biology include: ecosystems and communities, cell structure and function, Mendelian genetics and meiosis, and the history of life. Students will investigate different biological careers and social issues. We will use a variety of methods to study these areas of science including:
                               laboratory work, cooperative assignments and projects, research, writing, videos, and computer technology.
At the end of the year Biology students will take the ECA (End-of-Course Assessment), also called the Core 40 exam. It is a state issued, criterian-referenced assessment for students completing Biology I.
 The grade breakdown for HA Biology is as follows:
  • 45% Tests
  • 40%  Labs, Homework, In-Class Activities
  • 15% Semester Exam

  • MONDAY: Mitosis review
    TUESDAY: 5.1 Cell Cycle/5.2 Mitosis QUIZ

    WEDNESDAY: 5.3 Reg. of Cell Cycle/5.4 Asexual Reproduction 
    THURSDAY:  Cancer Web Inquiry

    FRIDAY:  5.5 Multicellular Life; Ch.5 review

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