This biology course provides students with important ideas and facts in life sciences (ex: public health, environment, genetic engineering). This course enables students to organize these ideas into a coherent conceptual framework and to see science as a dynamic process in which they can participate. Topics in molecular biology, ecology and biochemical processes will be investigated. Required proficiencies: 1.01, 1.04, 2.02, 6.05, 9.01, 9.02, RIGSE LS1-1a, b, c, 2a, b, c, LS2-3a, b, c, 4a, b, 5a, b, LS3-6a, 7a, b, c, 8a, b, c, d, LS4-9a, b, 10a, b
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It can also be found on our "REAL" class webpage (see below)....
Mr. Bentley can be contacted at any time by emailing : firstname.lastname@example.org -- there also is a clickable link entitled: "Bentley, Justin" under "Contacts" on the lower right of this page.
NOTE: we will actually be using Google Classroom as our "go to" class webpage. There you'll find all assignments, videos, handouts, etc. To access Google Classroom to see our webpage, please have your child log in to the classroom at home and discuss with them! :)
In addition, as a parent, feel free to contact me and I can add you to our class list so that you receive "Guardian Emails/Updates" at the end of the week to show you your son/daughter's weekly progress in class, upcoming assignments, etc.