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Justin Chapman         



Room: 212

Biology l: Biology I is a laboratory science course that investigates the relationship between structure and function from molecules to organisms and systems, the interdependence and interactions of biotic and abiotic components of the environment, and mechanisms that maintain continuity and lead to changes in populations over time. Students explore biological concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Cells, Interdependence, Flow of Matter and Energy, Heredity, and Biodiversity and Change.

Course Code: 3210

Honors Biology l: Designed to develop an understanding of the diversity and unity in living things. Concepts include interactions of organisms, transfer of energy in organisms, cell structure and function, continuity and change in living things, and biology-related career opportunities. Students will work at a faster pace and on different biological levels. Course Code: 3210H