Biology I: General HS Biology and Lab (W10:30)

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Teacher: Beth Bacon
Date/Time: Wednesday - 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Recommended Grades: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Department: Science
Grade Level: High School (9th-12th), Middle School (6th-8th)
Maximum Enrollment: 22

Text : Holt Modern Biology (high school) provided by teacher

Glencoe Life Science (middle school) provided by teacher

Wednesdays, 10:30a.m.-12:30 p.m.

The Biology class provides a detailed introduction to the methods, concepts, and vocabulary of general biology. Topics covered include biological classification, cell biology, Mendelian genetics, tour of the five kingdoms of living things, cellular reproduction and DNA, viruses, and human anatomy/physiology.  Laboratory sessions include extensive microscope work, dissections, model work, live invertebrate animal labs, biochemistry labs, and many other kinds of labs.  Students will gain an appreciation for the amazing diversity of life on earth and of the tremendous ingenuity of the Creator. The biology class is structured and well managed. Instruction is engaging and inspiring. Learning is accomplished in a fun way. Each class consists of one hour of instruction and one hour of laboratory work/activity.

Tuition:  $70/month for 9 months, Payments are September through May.

Lab Fee/one time payment: $120

Minimum age: 13 by August 1st

Supplies to bring to class:

3 ring binder

notebook paper



colored pencils

Access to a computer, printer, and internet is needed.

Class will start August 21st. This is one week earlier than the rest of Metro Academic Studies.