Welcome to Honors BiologyHere's the start to your biological science ride. I hope you enjoy it!!! I know I love teaching the material that we cover. Biology is exploring into areas of the very small as well as the areas of very big. It surrounds us and involves our every movement, decision, and subconscious response. This course is taught as a pre-AP course and will give you all the necessary information to continue into AP Biology.
We will be utilizing Google Classroom. Please log into google using your school account (sIDfirstname.lastname@example.org). You will joing my classroom during the beginning of the year. From there you will be able to access powerpoints, assignments and chapter quizzes.Course SyllabusCourse LinksCourse CalendarFall Final Exam Study ResourcesAIMS Exam Study ResourcesHelpful Websites for RootsTextbook
· Biology. Miller & Levine. No books will be issued. Online access will be discussed in class.
Distant Learning expectations:
You will need to complete the daily attendance each time your class is scheduled to attend.
All assignments will follow a due date
Any assignments turned in after the due date will be subject to the late work policy (see below)
There will be 2 graded assignments per week and a participation grade for completing all assignments for the week
I will be available during class time for any help you need.
I will have live times when we can meet face to face through google meet.
Please email me at email@example.com if you need anything through distant learning.
- 1 composition lab notebook with name, course, and teacher on outside cover in permanent marker
- Part of a 3-ring binder specifically for Honors Biology
- Writing utensils: blue or black pens, pencils, highlighter, colored pens, colored pencils, lead (if needed)
- Glue stick or clear plastic tape
- 4-function calculator (with square root).
- Optional: dry erase markers, colored markers
Quarter 1: Ecology
Quarter 2: Structure and Function
Quarter 3: Reproduction and Genes
Quarter 4: Evolution
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