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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook|
|Chapter 11: The Principles of Ecology|
11.1 The Science of Ecology
|11.2 Recycling Matter||11. 3 Biomes|
|Workbook||Chapter 11.1 workbook pages||Chapter 11.2 workbook pages||Chapter 11.3 workbook pages|
|Write a short story set in a very specific type of world that is an “extreme” environment. Your story can be about people or animals. Include some type of information in the story that illustrates a part of a food chain. Be sure to use a lot of description and perhaps some figurative language (similes/metaphors, etc.).|
⭒A scorching desert world
⭒A frozen world
⭒A world that swings between the two extremes
⭒A watery world
|Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments||Lab Session II-1: Building Microcosms||Lab Session II-2: Observing Succession in Aquarium Microcosms||Lab Session II-3: Observing the Effects of Pollution in Microcosms|
|Guest Hollow Labs||There are no labs this week.|
|Apologetics and Creation Science|
|The New Answers Book 2||Chapter 25: What about Satan and the Origin of Evil?||Chapter 26: Why Is the Scopes Trial Significant?||Chapter 27: Isn’t the Bible Full of Contradictions?|
|Biology Coloring Workbook||Chapter 11 (p. 320) Ecosystems||Chapter 11 (p. 328) The Energy Pyramid|
(p. 332) A Food Web
|Chapter 11 (p. 334)|
(p. 340) Phosphorus Cycle
(p. 324) Terrestrial Biomes
(p. 326) Aquatic Biomes
|Life Season 1||Episode 9|