WELCOME to this Life Science Class Webpage!

Please use this webpage as a resource to access assignments, 
extra copies of documents, helpful resources, and much more!
**Students are still expected to write down assignments in their agendas and obtain these documents in class.  This website is to serve as an extra resource, not a full replacement for class time!      

Week of November 20, 2017:

Mon (11/20): 
Finish organelle activity if you need to 
C,F,G only: Thanksgiving theme biocard
Tues (11/21): No HW!

Week of November 27, 2017:

Mon (11/27): Finish Cell Acrostic Poem
Tues (11/28): Study for cell quiz, finish webquest if needed
Wed (11/29): No homework.  Remember team shirt or Patriots gear for field trip tomorrow
Thurs (11/30): Cell Project due Monday Dec 4
Fri (12/1): Cell project due Monday!  

Week of December 4, 2017:

Mon (12/4): No HW!
Tues (12/5): Study guide due Thursday
Wed (12/6): Study guide
Thurs (12/7): Review for test
Fri (12/8): No homework

Week of December 11, 2017: 

Mon (12/11): Read p. 74-78 and answer 1-5 on p. 78
*Bring a hair elastic if you have long hair for the lab tomorrow!
Tues (12/12): Biocard on any type of slug
Web (12/13): Finish Diagram
Thurs (12/14): Diffusion and Osmosis worksheet

Chemistry of Life and Cell Transport Test Friday December 22

Scale of the Universe: 

Good Biodiversity Sites:

*If you lose/forget a biocard sheet, you can get an extra one under "forms and docs" on this website

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Biodiversity Organisms Term 2:

7. Any Eubacteria
8. Any Archaebacteria
9. Any Fungi
10. Thanksgiving Theme Organism (advanced only)
11. Any species of Slug


How To Cite Sources for Biodiversity Project: 

Author(s). Title of Article. Title of Website. Copyright Date. Medium of Publication (book? website?). Date of Access.  URL.

Example of how to do it:

Dell, Christine. "Whales Have Sonar Beam for Targeting Prey." National Geographic Images of Animals, Natures and Cultures. 05 Aug 2015. Web. 01 Oct. 2015. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals

*Great Website you can use to shorten your URL when you site you sources!