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Biology II AP


Course Description

Biology II AP/Lab 
Course Number: 5032
Semesters: 2
Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisite: (1) Recommend a ‘B’ or better in all semesters of Biology I and Chemistry I, (2) A desire for further in-depth study of advanced Biology

Biology II AP follows the currently recommended outline published by the College Board. Biology II AP is a college-level course taken at the high school setting. This AP course will encompass the following in detail: biochemical and cellular basis of life, cell organization, energy transformation, nutrient procurement, transport and processing, genetics, evolution, ecology, animal behavior, and botany. Dissections may be performed, but are not a major component of this course. Biology II AP is designed for the student who plans to major in biology, chemistry, medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, nursing or other health career. Students may do a self-directed research project that involves developing and conducting experiments and writing a scientific paper over their research project. Additional laboratory time is required. Students are encouraged to take the College Board’s Advanced Placement Exam in Biology.

Textbook

Campbell Biology
Campbell Biology, 2014, 10th Edition
Pearson
ISBN 9780133447002

ANCILLARIES:
  • INSTRUCTOR RESOURCE DVD WITH TESTGEN
  • TEST PREP WORKBOOK FOR AP* BIOLOGY
  • ACTIVE READING GUIDE
  • EXAMVIEW FOR CD-ROM
  • TRANSPARENCIES
  • PRINTED TEST BANK
  • INQUIRY IN ACTION
  • SPANISH GLOSSARY
  • BIOLOGICAL INQUIRY
  • PRACTICE BIOLOGY STUDENT WORKBOOK
  • STUDY GUIDE
  • STUDY CARD
  • TESTGEN WITH TEST BANK


AP Biology II Curriculum