Biology Week 18

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Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook
Guest Hollow's Homeschool Biology TextbookChapter 11: The Principles of Ecology

11.1 The Science of Ecology
11.2 Recycling Matter11. 3 Biomes
WorkbookChapter 11.1 workbook pagesChapter 11.2 workbook pagesChapter 11.3 workbook pages
Writing Assignments
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: All Lab, No Lecture (DIY Science)Illustrated Guide to Home Biology ExperimentsLab Session II-1: Building MicrocosmsLab Session II-2: Observing Succession in Aquarium MicrocosmsLab Session II-3: Observing the Effects of Pollution in Microcosms
Guest Hollow LabsThere are no labs this week.
Apologetics and Creation Science
The New Answers Book 2The New Answers Book 2Chapter 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?
Other Resources
Biology Coloring Workbook, 2nd Edition: An Easier and Better Way to Learn BiologyBiology Coloring WorkbookChapter 11 (p. 320) EcosystemsChapter 11 (p. 328) The Energy Pyramid

(p. 332) A Food Web
Chapter 11 (p. 334)

Water Cycle
(p. 336)

Carbon Cycle
(p. 338)

Nitrogen Cycle
(p. 340) Phosphorus Cycle
(p. 324) Terrestrial Biomes
Chapter 11
(p. 326) Aquatic Biomes
BrainPOPBrainPOPEcosystemsNitrogen Cycle
Why Scavengers Are Irreplaceable In Their Ecosystem | Hyena &Vulture

Sneaky Scavengers | Big Cat Week

Meet the Largest Vultures in Africa
Amoeba Sisters: Ecological Relationships

The Carnivorous Plant That Feasts on Mice

Meet the Cleanup Crew: Detritivores and Their Role in Nature
Amoeba Sisters: Ecological Succession: Nature’s Great Grit

What Are Ecosystems? Crash Course Geography #15

Sci-Show: 5 Thriving Ecosystems That Are Shocking Scientists
Amoeba Sisters: Carbon & Nitrogen Cycle

11 Types of Biomes and Their Animals (with Maps)
Amoeba Sisters: Biomagnification and the Trouble with Toxins

Sci-Show: The Hidden World of Coral Reefs
Life DVDLife Season 1Episode 9
Food Fight

2 thoughts on “Biology Week 18

  1. The Food Chain game is no longer available.

    1. Thanks for reporting all of the broken links! You are awesome!! I’ll get them fixed up asap! 🙂

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