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DECEMBER Calendar for Curriculum
  • To ensure the calendar is accessible to everyone, this is a detailed explanation. 

     

    Monday& Tuesday Jan 3rd & 4th NO School- Teacher Inservice Days 

    Wed Jan 5th-7th Welcome back and Meiosis, Test Friday 1/7

    Jan 10-14 Mendelian Genetics & punnett squares, Test Friday 1/14

    Jan 17-No School 

    Jan 18th-21st Non-Mendelian Genetics & Dihybrid Crosses, Test Friday 1/21

    Jan 24th -28th  Genteics Continued, Test Friday 1/28

     

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    Syllabus Link-Click Here

    Supply List 

    • Updated for 2021-2022

      • 1 plastic folder with prongs and pockets 
      • Pens/pencils for the year 
      • Notebook paper for the year
      • 1 SEWN Composition Book *Everyone needs this, you can find these at Dollar Tree 
      • 1 Box of facial tissue (Kleenex) 

      *Additional supplies may be needed throughout the year 

       

     *Additional supplies may be needed throughout the year.

    Biology Topic Coverage: 

    Texas Biology TEKS -Link to state Standards 

    ·Lab Safety

    ·Cell Structure and Function

    ·Cell Growth and Differentiation

    ·Viruses

    ·Biomolecules

     ·DNA Structure and Function

    ·Protein Synthesis

    · Mutation and Changes in DNA

    ·Genetic Combinations

    ·Natural Selection

    ·Evolution 

    ·Biological Classification

    ·Homeostasis

    ·Processes in Animals & Plants

    ·Systems in Animals & Plants

    ·Matter & Energy Flow

    ·Variations & Adaptations

    ·Ecosystem Relationships

     

    Study Techniques:


    Studying for classes involves more than just "cramming the night before a test." The following are suggestions to improve your grade in biology:

    • Write all assignment due dates in your planner or load into your Google Calendar. 
    • Read over your notes soon after you have written them. That evening is preferable. 
    • Review the vocabulary list as you go.
    • Do all warm-ups, homework, worksheets, study questions, etc.
    • Keep your handouts, lecture summaries, and study questions organized in your notebook and composition notebook.
    • Always read assigned material and make a graphic organizer to help you summarize main ideas.
    • Participate in class. *This one is very important!
    • Study frequently and in small doses.  15-30 minutes at a time. 
    • Set up a study group and study with friends.
    • If you are having trouble with the material, get help early.  Do not wait until the end of the grading period.