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Erin Go Bragh!


Here's an Irish Welcome...

Here's Céad M���­le Fáilte to friend and to rover
That's a greeting that's Irish as Irish can be
It means you are welcome
A thousand times over
Wherever you come from, Whosoever you be

"People of character do the right thing even if no one else is, not because they think it will change the world, but because they refuse to be changed by the world." - Michael Josephson



"Teaching should be such that what is offered is perceived as a valuable gift and not as a hard duty." -- Albert Einstein

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Standard Based Grading SIS Conversion Chart

SIS Semester Percentage
Standards Based Grade
Letter Grade
100
4
A
99-86
3.5
A
85-75
3
A-
74-63
2.5
B
62-50
2
C
49-37
1.5
D
36-25
1
F
24 and below
0.5
F


DC Biology II

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Dual Credit Information from SBU
2013-14 DC Biology II Syllabus
If you are planning on taking DC Biology II for Dual Credit through SBU, you need to get your application turned in ASAP!!

What we're up to in DC Bio II - Unit Activities - Check here for previous unit resources

Resources for Current Activities...
Kingdom Plantae
Kingdom Animalia


Sub Plans for DC Bio II

Expelled - No Intelligence Allowed
What to do:
After finishing up the documentary, open the document below. You will need to create a copy of it in order to be able to edit and type directly into the document. Discuss each question in your group, check in with a neighboring group if you like in order to see how their thoughts and opinions compared to yours. Once you have completed the reflection, put it in your shared folder in your Google Drive.

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Biology I

2013-2014 Syllabus

What we're up to in Bio I


What goes wrong during cell growth and reproduction that causes a cell to become cancerous?

Monday 4/14 & Tuesday 4/15
Vocab and Cell Cycle Review
Compare and contrast the following terms
  • Diploid and Haploid
  • Gamete and Somatic Cell
  • Chromatin, Chromosome, and Sister Chromatids

Review the steps and events of the cell cycle (be able to illustrate the events)
Observing the Cell Cycle - Online Onion Root Tip Lab
Animal Cell Mitosis - Fish Blastula - Compare and contrast how the cells look in each stage to that of a plant.


Online Bio Lab Resources