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ACT Prep, Biology II, Learning Strategies, Speech, and Marine Biology/ Zoology
Biology II is a laboratory-based course that continues the study of life. The units studied include biochemical life processes, molecular basis of heredity, natural selection, behavior patterns, and advanced classification and organism studies. Laboratory activities, research, the use of technology, and the effective communication of results through various methods are integral components of this course.
Marine and Aquatic Science is a laboratory-based and field-based course that investigates the biodiversity of salt water and fresh water organisms, including their interactions with the physical and chemical environment. The special characteristics of aquatic resources should also be examined. Laboratory activities, research, the use of technology, and the effective communication of results through various methods are integral components of this course.
Zoology is a laboratory-based course that surveys the nine major phyla of the Kingdom Animalia. Morphology, taxonomy, anatomy, and physiology should be investigated. Comparative studies may be addressed during laboratory observations and dissections. Laboratory activities, research, the use of technology, and the effective communication of results through various methods are integral components of this course.
The Public Speaking course, for one-half
Carnegie unit credit, builds important communication skills that will enhance
all aspects of the individual’s life. This course provides instruction in how
to acquire, analyze, and evaluate information in order to organize effective
speeches and practice in making those speeches. Skill in public speaking helps
the individual to think logically, clearly, and creatively. It also contributes
to the student’s understanding of himself and his management of relationships. This
oral communication course is designed to help a student see himself as a whole
person with a proper understanding of himself as a communicator as both a
source and a receiver.
1. Be prompt. When the tardy bell rings, you should be in your seat working on the bell activity.
2. Be productive. Continue working until the bell rings.
3. Be polite. Respect the people, equipment, & furnishings of Room15. Do not go
in or behind the teacher's desk.
4. Be positive. Teasing, speaking negatively about each other, arguing, or
complaining is not allowed.
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