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  • $6.00

    Biology – Unit 7 is designed for high school students and focuses on global health, diseases, pathogens, viruses and more.

    Lesson 1: Health Issues Throughout the World
    Lesson 2: Types of Diseases
    Lesson 3: Noninfectious vs Infectious Diseases
    Lesson 4: Autoimmune Diseases and Hypersensitivity
    Lesson 5: What is a Pathogen?
    Lesson 6: Disease Control & Prevention
    Lesson 7: The Study of Viruses
    Lesson 8: The Human Immune System
    Lesson 9: Vaccination & Immunotherapy
    Lesson 10: Germ Theory

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology – Unit 6 is designed for high school students and is an in-depth study on the domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria & Eurkarya

    Lesson 1: Domains of Life
    Lesson 2: Archaea
    Lesson 3: Bacteria
    Lesson 4: Eukarya
    Lesson 5: Taxonomy
    Lesson 6: Protists
    Lesson 7: Fungi
    Lesson 8: Plantae
    Lesson 9: Animalia
    Lesson 10: Homeostasis

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology – Unit 5 will teach high school students all about the cell membrane and the transport of nutrients and waste.

    Lesson 1: Transport Across the Cell Membrane
    Lesson 2: Feedback Systems
    Lesson 3: Osmosis, Diffusion and Saturation
    Lesson 4: The Fluid Mosaic Model
    Lesson 5: Active and Passive Transport

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology, unit 4 will teach high school students about cell theory, the characteristics of living organisms and includes an in-depth study of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.

    Lesson 1: What are Cells?
    Lesson 2: Cell Theory
    Lesson 3: The Defining Characteristics of Living Organisms
    Lesson 4: Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells: Similarities and Differences
    Lesson 5: Structure of the Cell Nucleus
    Lesson 6: The Ribosome
    Lesson 7: The Endomembrane System
    Lesson 8: The Cytoskeleton
    Lesson 9: Mitochondria Structure
    Lesson 10: Cell Membrane
    Lesson 11: Plant Cell Structures
    Lesson 12: Chloroplast Structures

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology, unit 3 will teach high school students about chemical and biochemical principles essential for life.

    Lesson 1: Macromolecules
    Lesson 2: Macromolecules In-Depth
    Lesson 3: Properties of Carbon
    Lesson 4: Enzymes
    Lesson 5: Enzymes Regulation
    Lesson 6: Energy Transformation
    Lesson 7: Cellular Respiration (Part 1)
    Lesson 8: Cellular Respiration (Part 2)
    Lesson 9 Chlorophyll Absorbing Energy Light
    Lesson 10: Photolysis and Light Reactions

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology – Unit 2 will teach high school students about chemistry in biology: atoms, elements, the periodic table, the properties of water and the role water plays in living things, specific in the human body.

    Lesson 1: Building Blocks
    Lesson 2: Chemical Bonds
    Lesson 3: Properties of Water
    Lesson 4: Water and the Human Body
    Lesson 5: Solutions, Solutes and Solvents

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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  • General Biology - Unit 1
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    General Biology – Unit 1 will introduce high school students to Biology by defining it, giving history and explaining the scientific method. There are 6 lessons within the unit:

    Lesson 1: Defines biology and major fields within it
    Lesson 2: Various different fields and careers within biology
    Lesson 3: The microscope
    Lesson 4: History of biology
    Lesson 5: The Scientific method
    Lesson 6: The design of experiments

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit 1 test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    High School Biology Notebook resource!

    Students will learn all of the major parts of the brain including ventricles, cingulate gyrus, thalamus, hypothalamus, optic chiasm, pituitary gland, midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata, meninges, cerebral cortex, cerebrum, corpus callosum, pineal gland, cerebellum, occipital lobe, parietal lobe, temporal lobe, frontal lobe

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  • $9.99

    458 page Marine Science Student Curriculum

    Units include: The Hydrosphere, Measuring the Ocean, The Nature of Seawater, Waves, Tides, Ocean Currents, The Ocean Floor, Ocean Sediments, Food Chains & Webs, Ocean Zones, Near-shore Ecosystems, Plankton, Marine Plants, Classifying Marine Animals, Cold-blooded Swimmers, Marine Mammals, Marine Pollution, Marine Resources

     

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    This free curriculum resource is from the Minerals Education Coalition.

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    This is a downloadable copy of the book. (138 pages)
    About the book: A Guide for the Study of Animals is a classic zoology guide (1911) which is intended for pupils in 9th-12th grades. It was prepared by the authors at the request of the Biology Round Table, an association composed of the teachers of Biology in the Chicago High Schools. The book is basically a Biology / Zoology Lab activity guide.  Please note that this is not a ‘textbook’ but a lab activity book.  (See description for further details.)

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    Physical Science is the study of the inorganic world. It is ordinarily thought of as consisting of four broad areas: astronomy, physics, chemistry, and the Earth sciences. This textbook is a full-year Physical Science curriculum (356 pages) and can be used in Middle or High School.

    Click here for the Teacher’s Edition!

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    190 page Marine Science Teacher Edition

    Units include: The Hydrosphere, Measuring the Ocean, The Nature of Seawater, Waves, Tides, Ocean Currents, The Ocean Floor, Ocean Sediments, Food Chains & Webs, Ocean Zones, Near-shore Ecosystems, Plankton, Marine Plants, Classifying Marine Animals, Cold-blooded Swimmers, Marine Mammals, Marine Pollution, Marine Resources

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