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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook|
|Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life|
2.1 Matter and Organic Compounds
|2.2 Biochemical Reactions|
|Workbook||Chapter 2.1 workbook pages||Chapter 2.2 workbook pages|
| Take one of the articles from last week about symbiosis (links are pasted below for convenience). Outline it and write it in your own words. OR…you can make a persuasive case of your own of how any other symbiotic relationship highlights creation instead of evolution.|
Ant Farmers and their Aphids
Yahweh, Yuccas, and a Young Earth
Option: Make a poster that illustrates symbiosis and gives the credit to our Creator instead of evolution. You will need to have several sections on the poster feature your own writing.
|Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments||Lab Session III-2: Carbohydrates and Lipids|
|Guest Hollow Labs||Who took Jerell’s iPod – an organic compound mystery||Chemistry of Food Experiment Kit|
This is an alternative to the activity linked on Day 1 (Monday).
|Exothermic Reaction Make your own Hot Ice!||Endothermic reaction – Ice Cream in a baggie||Video lab (after reading the section on enzymes): Amylase Experiment|
|Apologetics and Creation Science|
|The New Answers Book 1||Chapter 4: Don’t Creationists Deny the Laws of Nature?||Chapter 5: What About the Gap Theory & Ruin-Reconstruction Theories?||Chapter 6: Cain’s Wife—Who Was She?|
|Biology Coloring Workbook||Chapter 1|
(p. 6) Size Relationships in Biology
(p. 14) Carbohydrates
|Chapter 1 (p. 16) Lipids||Chapter 1|
(p. 18) Proteins
|Chapter 2 (p. 34) Enzymes|
|Enzymes in Action||Read this week.|
|Amoeba Sisters (YouTube)||Biomolecules|
Enzyme Examples, Cofactors/Coenzymes, Inhibitors, and Feedback Inhibition
Protein Structure and Folding