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Last update: 2/21/2021. Click here to see the update history.
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|Week 1||1.1 Science and the Natural World|
1.2 Biology: The Study of Life
|Week 2||2.1 Matter and Organic Compounds|
2.2 Biochemical Reactions
|Week 3||2. 3 Water, acids and bases|
|Week 4||3.1 Introduction to cells|
3.2 Cell Structures
|Week 5||3.3 Cell Transport and Homeostasis|
|Week 6||4.1 Energy for Life|
4.2 Photosynthesis: Sugar as Food * You may want to SKIP or SKIM this section if your student is NOT “into” science and likely to not pursue science in the future
|Week 7||4.3 Powering the Cell: Cellular Respiration * You may want to SKIP or SKIM this section if your student is NOT “into” science and likely to not pursue science in the future.|
4.4 Anaerobic Respiration
|Week 8||5.1 Cell Division and the Cell Cycle|
5.2 Chromosomes and Mitosis
|Week 9||5.3 Reproduction and Meiosis|
|Week 10||6.1 Mendel’s Investigations|
|Week 11||6.2 Mendelian Inheritance|
|Week 12||7.1 DNA and RNA|
7.2 Protein Synthesis
|Week 13||7.3 Mutation|
7.4 Regulation of Gene Expression
|Week 14||8.1 Human Chromosomes and Genes|
8.2 Human Inheritance
|Week 15||8.3 Biotechnology|
|Week 16||9.1 Classification|
****CATCH UP / EASY WEEK******
|Week 17||10.1 Exposing the Flaws in Evolution|
****CATCH UP / EASY WEEK******
|Week 18||11.1 The Science of Ecology|
11.2 Recycling Matter
11. 3 Biomes
|Week 19||12. 1 Community Interactions|
12. 2 Characteristics of Populations
|Week 20||13.1 Prokaryotes|
|Week 21||14.1 Introduction to Protists|
14.2 Types of Protists
14.3 Introduction to Fungi
|Week 22||14.4 Ecology of Fungi|
14.5 Protists, Fungi, and Human Disease
|Week 23||15.1 Introduction to the Plant Kingdom|
15.2 Four Types of Plants
|Week 24||16.1 Plant Tissues and Growth|
16.2 Plant Organ: Roots, Stems, and Leaves
|Week 25||16.3 Variation in Plant Life Cycles|
16.4 Plant Features and Responses
|Week 26||17.1 Overview of Animals|
17.2 Overview of Invertebrates
|Week 27||18.1 Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, and Roundworms|
18.2 Mollusks and Annelids
|Week 28||18.3 Arthropods and Insects|
18.4 Echinoderms and Invertebrates
|Week 29||19.1 Overview of Vertebrates|
|Week 30||19.4 Reptiles|
|Week 31||20.1 Mammalian Traits|
20.2 Reproduction in Mammals
|Week 32||20.3 Classification of Mammals|
20.4 Overview of Animal Behavior
19.3 Amphibians was linked in week 29.
A note about BrainPOP was added to the printable schedule:
I’ve scheduled in some BrainPOP videos. Some high schoolers may find BrainPOP too childish. However, the videos are short and quite informational with short quizzes for each one. My kids still thought the BrainPOP videos were fun, even when they were older. You may want to look for a trial before spending the money on a subscription. If you decide BrainPOP is not a fit for your family, feel free to skip it.
All links were checked and broken links were fixed. Schedule formatting was changed. Videos were added in. Textbook links were updated to reflect our updated website. Workbook links were removed (as the workbook is now a single download found here: https://guesthollow.com/store/free-high-school-biology-workbook/)