Bro. James' Biology Class Website

Bro. James' Biology Class, St. Joseph High School, First Semester, 2003-04 

 

SPECIAL RULES: (Read the rules at the end of this page and follow them.) (This is a hyperlink.)  

INTERNET LESSON # 13 - - 12/11/03 Chapters 23 - Aquatic Ecosystems.

I) This is Objective B2-51. Be sure to read and follow the Special Rules from the above link.

Objective B2-61 homework is due at the start of today's class.

I) Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. Read, study and write a minimum of 3 lines for each website. Write more if you spend more time at a website. You should write from 3 to 6 sides. The writing should be in notes format and should not be just text copied from the screen. It needs to pass through your brain first. The writing part of this objective is not the complete assignment. You need to spend the time in silent study of the websites visited. Be sure to review the rules and keep them. If any time left, go and visit the scilinks from the previous 2 Chapters. Be sure to write down your homework assignment into your assignment notebook.

Go to www.scilinks.org (Use the back button on the browser to return: to this page.)

2) Go to these SCILINKS and view as many websites as possible from each one:

A) Page 626

B) Page 628  

C) Page 629

D) Page 633a

E) Page 633b

3) Homework: Be sure to read, study, and know Chapters 20, 22, 23, and 24. The Unit Test will be on Tuesday, 12/16/03 and Final Exam will be on 12/18/03 or 12/19/03. Do B2-52, Do the definitions for any bold-type words in Chapters 23, 24. Include the different kinds of water containments (lake, pond, etc.) and their characteristics from Chapter 23. Also include the different kinds of running waters (brook, river, etc.) and their characteristics from Chapter 23. In Chapter 24, define "bioremediation"


INTERNET LESSON # 12 - - 12/04/03 Chapters 20 and 22.

I) This is Objective B2-43. Be sure to read and follow the Special Rules from the above link.

Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. Read, study and write a minimum of 3 lines for each website. Write more if you spend more time at a website. You should write from 3 to 6 sides. The writing should be in notes format and should not be just text copied from the screen. It needs to pass through your brain first. The writing part of this objective is not the complete assignment. You need to spend the time in silent study of the websites visited. Be sure to review the rules and keep them.

 II) Go to these SCILINKS and view as many websites as possible from each one.

Go to www.scilinks.org

A) Page 532

B) Page 540  

C) Page 584

D) Page 587

E) Page 588

F) Page 589

G) Page 591

H) Page 593

Go to www.scilinks.org

III) Homework: Be sure to read, study, and know Chapters 20, 22, 23, and 24 at home every night. For your written homework do Objective B2-44: Answer the Concept Review Questions 1 - 5 on Page 545.


INTERNET LESSON # 11 - Eukaryotes: Animals, Fetal Pigs, Project Mahogany - November 20, 2003

I) This is Objective B2-32. Be sure to read and follow the Special Rules from the above link.

Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. Read, study and write a minimum of 3 lines answering the question for the scilink websites. For the fetal pig links, list the structures and functions of the parts you studied. The writing part of this objective is not the complete assignment. You need to spend the time in silent study of the websites visited.

II) Go to these SCILINKS:

A) Page 364 - Animal Adaptations (16 websites listed)

1) The Dinosauria: Truth is Stranger than Fiction - Are Dinosaurs extinct?

2) Vent and Sea Communities on the Artic Seafloor - What do Scalebelly Eelpout eat?

3) Black Smokers, American Museum of Natural History - Describe tube worms and their environment?

4) Nine-Branded Armadillo - Describe how an armadillo can cross a body of water.

Go to www.scilinks.org

B) Page 367 - Invertebrate Animals (8 websites listed)

1) Jellyfish - How are Jellyfish beneficial to other animals?

2) Leeches - What do they eat and how do they do it?

3) The Animal Kingdom The Animal Kingdom - List the characteristics of vertebrates and invertebrates.

3) Whirling Animals - Describe how "wheel organs" work. 

Go to www.scilinks.org

C) Page 372 - Vertebrate Animals (5 websites listed)

1) Sharks - How are sharks adapted to their watery environment?

2) Vertebrates, More on Morphology - What type of bones are found in vertebrates?

3) How Are Bones Different in Birds? - How are bones different in birds?

Go to www.scilinks.org

D) Fetal Pig Dissection Links

Go to The Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection

Go to The Fetal Pig Dissection Page

Go to The Fetal Pig Dissection Photos  

E) Project Mahogany Links

F) Enter the St. Joseph High School Science Symposium - Try these websites for ideas.

Science Fair Central

Science Fair Center

Science Fair Project on the Web

Science Project Ideas

III) Homework: Read and study Chapters 14, 15, 16 and 17. Do B2-33 - Do the definitions for the bold-type words in Chapter 16 (begin with Page 427 - lymphokines).


 

INTERNET LESSON # 10 - The Flowering Plant: Form and Function, Maintenance and Coordination - November 6, 2003

I) This is Objective B2-20.

Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. You need to look up the codes in your textbook. Read, study and write a minimum of 3 lines of notes about the websites visited and write the answers to any questions that appear in your scilinks page. The number of new scilinks and new websites (and time on each) visited will be considered in determining the grade for this objective. Be sure to hand-in the assignment at the end of this class only.

Go to www.scilinks.org

A) Scilinks in Chapter 18

1) Plant Anatomy

2) Structural Adaptations of Plants

3) Plant Growth

4) Dendrochronology

 Go to www.scilinks.org

B) Scilinks in Chapter 19

1) Chloroplast Evolution

2) Plant Photosynthetic Pigments

3) Plant Hormones

4) Gravitropism/Photoperiodism

 Go to www.scilinks.org

C) Explore these websites and include some in your written assignment

1) St. George Village Botanical Gardens

2) Mahogany Tree Seeds

3) Survival of the Mahogany Tree

4) Swietenia mahagoni, mahogany

5) Michelle Reid's Mahogany Website

6) Mahogany Definition from Hyperdictionary

7) 'Slash and burn' key to growing mahogany trees

8) Mahogany Tree (Swietenia Mahagoni) Seeds

9) St. Croix Mahogany Trees

10) Anguilla Mahogany Trees

11) Mahogany Seeds and Tree Description

12) "The Mahogany Tree" by William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863)

 

D) Enter the St. Joseph High School Science Symposium - Try these websites for ideas.

Science Fair Central

Science Fair Center

Science Fair Project on the Web

Science Project Ideas

 

E) Read and study Chapters 11, 12, 13, 18 and 19 at home. Know it all for the test tomorrow, Friday, 11/7/03.


 

INTERNET LESSON # 09 - Eukaryotes: Plants - October 30, 2003

I) This is Objective B2-12.

Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. Read, study and write a minimum of 3 lines of notes about the websites visited unless other instructions are given. The number of new scilinks and new websites (and time on each) visited will be considered in determining the grade for this objective. Be sure to hand-in the assignment at the end of this class only. Spend at least 5 minutes on each of the 14 listed websites. Then go and do the remaining 23 websites for the remaining 20 minutes. And then go back to last week's lesson if you didn't finish it.

II) Go to these SCILINKS: Some or all of the questions listed below may be on your scilinks page. If you answer them on your scilinks page, you do not need to write the answers on B2-12 (but you still need the minimum of 3 lines per website).

Go to www.scilinks.org

A) Page 338 - Plant Adaptations (11 websites listed)

1) Bryophyta - What are the names of the diploid and haploid stages? Make a quick sketch of the life cycle.

2) Angiosperm Anatomy - What kind of plants are these? Name the 3 basic organs. Click on the 4 parts and read them.

3) Tree Structure and Function - List the 6 parts and click on and read about each one.

4) Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms - List the items in the index and know about them.

5) Fossil Groups - What are spores and pollen grains?

6) Flowering - After reading it, look at the videos if your computer can pick them up.

 Go to www.scilinks.org

B) Page 344 - Ferns (10 websites listed)

1) Non-Vascular Plants - Name some of the mosses and their allies. What makes them unique?

2) Seedless Vascular Plants - What Genus are horsetails in?

3) Mosses and Liverworts, Simple Plants? - Why are the simple plants?

 Go to www.scilinks.org

C) Page 346 - Seed Plants (16 websites listed)

1) Cycad Identification - Where is E.Munchii found?

2) Seed Plants, More on Morphology - How is germination triggered?

3) Angiosperm Images - Choose, list, and look at images from at least 5 familes.

4) Angiosperm of Gymnosperm - What is the difference?

5) Angiosperm Life Cycle - What are the main parts of the cycle?

Go to www.scilinks.org

IV) Homework:

Read and study Chapters 11, 12, 13, 18 and 19 at home. The written weekend homework is Objective B2-15. Do the definitions for the bold-type

words in Chapter 19 beginning on Page 508. Be sure to bring in youir permission slip and fieldd trip fee by tomorrow, Friday, October 31, 2003.


INTERNET LESSON # 8 - PROKARYOTES AND VIRUSES - October 23, 2003

PROCEDURE:

I) This is Objective B2-04.

Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources listed below. Write a minimum of 3 lines of notes about the websites visited unless other instructions are given. The number of new scilinks and new websites (and time on each) visited will be considered in determining the grade for this objective. Be sure to hand-in the assignment at the end of this class only. See the B2-05 homework at the end of this lesson.

Go to www.scilinks.org

II) Go to these SCILINKS:

A) Page 282 - Archaebacteria (4 websites listed)

1) Ancient Bacteria - What is... the NSF LExEn Program?... a hydrothermal vent? Why are Hydrogen Sulfide and Iron Monosulfide important?

2) Chemosynthesis - Why do we culture these microbes?

3) Callisto Makes A Deep Splash - Explain Callisto's fluctuating magnetic field. Describe Lake Vostok.

4) Martian Life - The NASA Coverup - Give the reasons for an against this "life on Mars" experiment.

Go to www.scilinks.org

B) Page 289 - Bacteria (20 websites listed)

1) 3D Cell - Take a trip through the 3 kinds of cells.

2) Prokaryotes - Read "If You Were a Bacteria"... What is the conclusion?

3) Domain Bacteria - How many bacteria in a person's mouth?

4) Compost Microorganisms - Read about it. List the organisms involved.

5) Fun Facts About Fungi - Read about the mushroom experiments - some would make a good project.

6) Bacterial Morphology - Glance at it and come back to it to find out everything about the subject.

Go to www.scilinks.org

C) Page 296 - AIDS (16 websites listed)

1) See HIV in Action - Study the HIV Life Cycle.

2) Immunnodeficiency Diseases - Read it. What is SCID? Why are AIDS infections "opportunistic"?

3) HIV/AIDS Statistics - How many people died from AIDS in the world since 1981? How many people are now living with AIDS?

Continue with - Eukaryotes: Protists and Fungi (If there is not enough time, then try to do the following websites on your own or go back to them during the next computer room session).

II) Go to these SCILINKS:

A) Page 308 - Protists (5 websites listed)

1) Sexual Reproduction: Ciliophora Mating Reaction in Paramecium - What is conjugation?

2) Biological Diversity - Protists: Slime Molds then link to "Cells Alive", Read Microbiology and take the quiz.

3) Flagellated Protists - Read it and go to Euglena's Home Page.

Go to www.scilinks.org

B) Page 311 - Protozoans (7 websites listed)

1) Protozoa: Go to the Microbe Zoo and go to the Snack Bar (virtual food only) and list how microbes process some foods.

2) Come back later and take a virtual walk around the rest of the Microbe Zoo.

Go to www.scilinks.org

C) Page 316 - Fungi (5 websites listed)

1) Fun Facts about Fungi: Read about Decomposition.

2) The Amazing Kingdom of Fungi: Read about Stinkhorn Fungi and Slime Molds.

Go to www.scilinks.org

A) Page 322 - Lichens (9 websites listed)

1) The Special Biology of Lichens.

2) The Fungus Meets an Alga.

3) Desert Varnish and Lichen Crust. How are dyes related to this website?

Go to www.scilinks.org

III) Are you finished with the above? Then go to the Guidance link on the SJHS website and then to the link for the Campaign for Human Development contest and the other links.

Read and study Chapters 11, 12, 13, 18, and 19 at home - that means you take your textbook with you and use it during a definite time period of a half-hour or more at the definite place! The written homework is Objective B2-05: Do the Application Questions on Page 298, #'s 1 - 4.


"Truth Cannot Contradict Truth" - Title of an Address of Pope John Paul II to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (October 22, 1996).

Internet Lesson # 07 Continuity Through Evolution and Ecosystems of the Past

(revised for the current day because the internet was not available the previous week)

Thursday, October 9, 2003. This is an online lesson for a biology class at St. Joseph High School. It is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is to allow the students to use the SCILINKS and other links for Chapters 9 in the BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org and the other links, students will reinforce and supplement their learning about the content of the Chapters.

PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-51. Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources and the other links listed below. Write a minimum of 2 lines about the websites visited unless other instructions are given. Do this on 2 sheets (4 sides) of loose-leaf paper which are due at the end of class. You must also give evidence that you are using all of your classtime visiting the assigned websites. Try to go to as many of the websites as possible but do not move through them too quickly as the time is indicated on the class report. Hand-in B-51 at the end of class.

2) The codes will not be listed on this website. You need only to go to the one on evolution listed on Page 227.

Go to www.scilinks.org

3) At that Scilinks site, go to these websites in any order: Life Overtime, Human Prehistory, and Human Evolution (humboldt). Read and follow as much as you can at these websites.

4) After Scilinks visit the websites below.

Go to PBS Evolution: All in the Family- Test Your Skills (Read and follow it.)

Go to (Watch the bacteria grow.)

Go to PBS Evolution: Darwin: An Origin of Species (Read it all.)

Go to PBS Evolution: Religion- the Evolution Revolution (List each of the items in the timeline and read each one.)

Go to Truth Cannot Contradict Truth. - Title of an Address of Pope John Paul II to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on October 22, 1996.

Go to The Dinosauria: Truth is Stranger Than Fiction and links (Follow the many links.)

 5) Then go to one of these online books. Then, hopefully, you will want to come back and continue reading all of the 3 books online at a later time.

Go to Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin (Chapter Indexed)

Go to The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin (Chapter Indexed)

Go to The Descent of Man by Charles Darwin (Chapter Indexed)

 

6) Go to these SCILINKS fo Chapter 21 if there is enough time. Otherwise, start with this in next week's internet session:

a) Page 554a - especially go to "Kansas Fossils", "La Brea Tar Pits", "Sabre-toothed Cats", "Fossil Groups-Spores and Pollen".

b) Page 554b - especially go to "Virtual Dating" - the demo and virtual dating radiocarbon.

c) Page 565 - especially go to "Field Adventures in Paleontology" - select Australia., "Evolution" - Darwin.

d) Page 569 - especially go to "Human Prehistory an Exhibition" - walk through the 6 rooms.

e) Page 572 - especially go to "Bones, Stones, Artifacts" and "Comparative Faunal Laboratory".

f) If there is any time left, go back and visit as many of the other websites as time allows.

Go to www.scilinks.org

7) Be sure to read and study Chapters 9, 21,10, 11 for the Unit 3 Test . Then use your extra time at home to review Chapters 1 to 10 and 21, all of your assignments and handouts in preparation for the Semester Exam shortly after the Unit 3 Test. If you have internet access at home, send any questions that you have to sjhs@islands.vi For homework do Objective B-61- Application Questions on Page 273 , # 1,3,4,5

8) Unit 3 Test on Chapters 9, 21, and 10 will be on Tuesday, 10/14/03. The Semester Exam on Chapters 1 - 10 and 21 and on the handout papers and notes given in class will be on Friday, 10/17/03.


 

Internet Lesson # 06Continuity Through Heredity

Thursday, 9/25/03. This online lesson for a biology class at St. Joseph High School is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is to allow the students to use the SCILINKS for Chapters 8 in the BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org students will reinforce and supplement their learning about the content of the Chapter.

PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-44. Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources and write what is requested on 2 sheets (4 sides) of loose-leaf paper which are due at the end of class. You must also give evidence that you are using all of your classtime visiting the assigned websites. You should have visited 3 scilinks and 12 or more websites. Try to go to as many of the websites as possible but do not move through them too quickly as the time is indicated on the class report. Hand-in B-42 at the end of class.

2) The codes will not be listed on this website. You must find the appropriate ones in Chapters 8 in your textbook. The code on Page 193 is probably not working but will come up with the code on Page 204.

3) Start by going to the topics of Mendelian Genetics on Page 146. Start with Mendel's Laws and write down a summary of both. Do these topics later (since they may be longer): Map a Gene (do the puzzle and write a paragraph about it), Pea Soup (describe Mendel's Pea Experiment)

4) On page 204, you should find Genetic Diseases,etc. Look at the following websites and list an important idea or ideas that you learned from each one: Cloning Plants..., Scottish Sheep Shocker, Role of Genetic Counseling, How are Genes Linked to Diseases?.

5) On Page 207, you will find Genetic Engineering. Look at DNA from A to Z and write down those items listed that correspond to the letters of your first name. Then choose at least 2 more websites and write some of the important ideas learned.

6) Go back and do the other ones on Page 146. Until the end of class, visit as many of the websites on Page 204 until the Block is over. 

HOMEWORK:. Read and Study Chapters 5-8. for the test on tomorrow, Friday, 9/26/03.


Go to www.scilinks.org


Internet Lesson # 05 Reproduction and Development

Thursday, 9/18/03. This is the fifth online lesson for a biology class at St. Joseph High School. It is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is to allow the students to use the SCILINKS for Chapters 6 and 7 in the BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org students will reinforce and supplement their learning about the content of those Chapters.

 PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-35. Each student will sign-on to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources and write or sketch what is requested on 2 sheets (4 sides) of loose-leaf paper which are due at the end of class. You must also give evidence that you are using all of your classtime visiting the assigned websites. You should have visited 6 to 8 scilinks and 12 or more websites. Try to go to as many of the websites as possible but do not move through them too quickly as the time is indicated on the class report.

2) The codes will not be listed on this website. You must find the appropriate ones in Chapters 6 and 7 in your textbook.

3) Start by going to the topics of Asexual Reproductiion and Regeneration on Page 146. Take the Cell Division Tutorial. Review Whitefish and Onion Mitosis. Write down the correct answers to the 6 questions.

4) Then go to the topics of Gamete, Egg, Sperm on Page 147. Take notes on the Reproductive System and Cell Reproduction. Go to the Visible Embryo and make a sketch of it. Be careful of ads at the website and do not click on them.

5) Skip the next 2 topics and go to the topic on Page 164. Read about Stem Cells and write a paragraph about them.

6) Go to the topics on Page 165 and choose one or more websites and take some notes on them.

7) Go to the topics of Page 169 and write a description of Sea Urchin Embryo Development.

8) Go to the topic of Cancer on Page 174. Explore the different types of cancer and the questions and answers about cancer. Define the different kinds of cancer. Make 2 sketches of a cell before and after being invaded by an oncogene.

9) If you have time, you can go to the topic listed on Page 153. You do not need to write or draw anything from that topic.

10) If you still have time, go to the topic of Genetics on Page 148 and select websites that will help you to learn Chapter 8. Write a summary of any helpful information you learned.

 

HOMEWORK: B-36 Do the Application Questions 1 to 4 on Page 158. Be sure to take your textbook home and read and study Chapters 5 - 8 for Unit 2. You should spend a minimum of 45 minutes for biology study each night at home. The Unit 2 test is planned for 9/26/03.


Go to www.scilinks.org

 

 

Internet Lesson # 04 9/11/03 The Cell - Objective B-25

Go to each of the following coded sites and do what is requested on loose-leaf paper in addition to writing around 3 lines evaluation and what you learned from each website that was visited. Some of the concepts are towards the end of Chapter 5. You should have read the entire Chapter by now.

A) Enter the first scilinks code in Chapter 5. There are 12 links underneath. Click on 3D CELL and find the 3 cell pictures. Make a quick, labeled sketch of each cell on your loose-leaf paper. Return to FIND INTERNET RESOURCES.

B) Enter the second scilinks code in Chapter 5. Go to the 4th link down, MEMBRANE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION. Make a quick, labeled sketch of the Danielli-Dawson Model. Return to FIND INTERNET RESOURCES.

C) Enter the third scilinks code in Chapter 5. Go to the 2nd link down, THE CELL CYCLE AND MITOSIS TUTORIAL Do the MITOSIS tutorial and answer the 2 mitosis questions. Write the correct answers to the 2 questions on your loose-leaf paper. Then go and try to view theMITOSIS ANIMATION. This is a 480K file and will take a few minutes to load.

D) Homework to be given during class.


Go to
www.scilinks.org


Return to the STARTING PAGE.


Internet Lesson # 03 Matter and Energy in the Web of Life (Chapter 4)

Thursday, 9/04/03. This is the third online lesson for this biology class at St. Joseph High School. It is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is for the students to make use of scilinks.org which is an online resource from the National Science Teachers Association. It is keyed to the students' new BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org students will also supplement their learning about the topics .

PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-19. Each student will sign-on and register to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources.

2) For each of the following topics, find the codes and write around 3 lines evaluation and what you learned from each website visited.

I) Go to the SCILINKS for these Chapter 3 Topics:

A) Page 85 - Atoms, Molecules, Compounds..

B) Page 86 - pH

C) Page 88 - Photosynthesis

D) Page 94 - Proteins, Enzymes

E) Page 99 - Carbon Cycle/Global Warming

HOMEWORK: No written homework so you can be ready for the test on Friday. Know all of Chapters 1 - 4 for the test. You may email your questions to sjhs@islands.vi before 9 PM so you can receive an answer by 10 PM.


 


Internet Lesson # 02 Communities and Ecosystems, Populations (Chapters 2 and 3)

Thursday, 8/28/03. This is the second online lesson for this biology class at St. Joseph High School. It is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is for the students to make use of scilinks.org which is an online resource from the National Science Teachers Association. It is keyed to the students' new BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org students will also supplement their learning about the topics .

PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-13. Each student will sign-on and register to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources.

2) For each of the following topics, find the codes and write around 3 lines evaluation and what you learned from each website visited.

I) Go to the SCILINKS for these Chapter 2 Topics:

A) Population (3 websites).

B) Carrying Capacity (no websites were listed for students.)

C) Human Population Growth (19 websites).

2) Go to the SCILINKS for these Chapter 3 Topics:

A) Ecosystem (over 40 websites - spend most of your time here - scan the websites and pick out the most interesting ones.)

B) Niche (1 website on birds - interesting niches)

C) Habitat (3 websites - 1 may have been in another scilink )

HOMEWORK: B-14 Write the definitions for the bold-type words from Pages 84 to 88. Be sure to continue to read and study Chapters 1 - 4 for Unit 1. You may email your homework to sjhs@islands.vi


Go to www.scilinks.org


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Internet Lesson # 01 - Signing on and using scilinks.org and learning more about ecology, food chains, food webs, matter, energy and scientific investigations.

Friday, 8/22/03. This is the first online lesson for this biology class at St. Joseph High School. It is taking place in the school's computer room. The purpose of the lesson is to introduce the students to the use of scilinks.org which is an online resource from the National Science Teachers Association. It is keyed to the students' new BSCS Biology, 9th Edition Textbooks. In using scilinks.org students will also supplement their learning about the topics .

PROCEDURE:

1) This is Objective B-06. Each student will sign-on and register to scilinks.org and then go to the online resources.

2) Click on scilinks.org below. Go to REGISTER HERE. Register as a student. It is required that it be done correctly for this class. You need to use your correct first name and only the initial of your last name. You make up a username (suggestion: your first name and last name initial together.) and a password that you must remember. Then enter the zipcode of the school, 00840 and the State (Territory), VI. Then enter your teacher's username which is jpetrait.

3) After registering, you should be at MY SCILINKS. Go to FIND INTERNET RESOURCES. There, you will be entering a 5 letter/number code which is keyed to your textbook.

4) For each of the following coded sites, write around 3 lines evaluation and what you learned:

A) Page 7, Ecology.

B) Page 9, Food Chains, Food Webs.

C) Page 11, Matter and Energy.

D) Page 16, Scientfic Investigations.

HOMEWORK: B-07 Write the definitions for the bold-type words in Chapter 2. Be sure to continue to read and study Chapters 1 - 4 for Unit 1. You may email your homework to sjhs@islands.vi


Go to www.scilinks.org


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SPECIAL RULES:

A) Do not use the printer for this class. Sound is not required. If you have earphones and play your CD music, you are breaking a school rule.

B) Do not play games (except for any games you may find in the assignment) on the computer.

C) Do not go to any other websites without permission. If you go to the wrong site by mistake and it is has inappropriate material on it, inform the teacher at once.

D) No email is to be sent and do not go to any newsgroups. If the teacher requests to view your computer history, do not resist.

E) Pace yourself. If you are running short on time, then try to visit all of the main sites listed. Also, you may continue outside of classtime.

F) Keep all of the classroom rules.

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