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Need to start reviewing for an EOC or final? You've come to the right place. More than 150 satisfied buyers! There are tons of ideas in every category in this bundle! If this is for multiple teachers, be sure and get multiple license at a discount.
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This is an End-Of-Course Biology (STAAR) Review for Category 3. If you are not from Texas this is still a good end-of-year review for evolution and classification. Check out the preview and see what you think! Table of Contents: Pages 2 – Kingdom
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This is a good project during the study of biomolecules. This project includes several activities that you can spread out over as many days as you like. Very little prep time is involved. Copy what you need and you're ready to go! There are three
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This is an End-Of-Course Biology (STAAR) Review for Category 2. If you are not from Texas this is still a good review for genetics. Check out the preview and see what you think! Table of Contents:(The TASK CARDS are also sold separately. Click
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Matching cards and a review sheet with all the biomolecule information students need. Cut out the cards ahead of time and let the students match the biomolecule, monomer, function and structure. Cards come in two forms. The first set is numbered for
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Roadrunner! Copperhead! Coyote! Oh My! Everything you need for a food web poster is here! Very little teacher prep! The rubric explains what is expected. Give each group their rubric, pictures, poster paper and markers and turn them loose to make
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This is an End-Of-Course Biology (STAAR) Review for Category 4: Biological Processes and Systems. If you are not from Texas, this is still a good review that covers cellular respiration/photosynthesis. Table of Contents: Pages 3 – 6 Organ Systems
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This is an End-Of-Course Biology (STAAR) Review for Category 5:Interdependence within Environmental Systems. If you are not from Texas, this is still a good review that covers interdependence within environmental systems. This review packet
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Science and math come together in this lab/activity! This lab demonstrates the importance of accuracy and practice in measuring and is a real-life example of setting up ratios. Students practice making accurate measurements to test the claims made
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Knowledge of lab safety and lab equipment is essential for every science classroom. SEE-SAY-SWAP is an activity that can be done after the teacher has lectured over safety and equipment. For high school students, this activity can be done to see
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This is a comprehensive, 50-question final exam that covers genetics, classification and ecology. I have several questions that require analysis and higher-level thinking/processing. Semester 1 Exam is also in my store! Biology Semester 1 and 2
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This is a Biology review for Cell Structure and Function. It is meant for The Texas EOC, but can be used for any science teacher review Cells! *Worksheet: 2 versions; 25 questions; one with a word band, one without *Cell coloring activity *Hands-on
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How many times have you been told not to play with your food? Well, in this lab, that's exactly what we're going to do! Get students more engaged in studying Biomolecules by testing common foods for starch, protein, and lipids. Students will have
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This is a fun hands-on lab on muscle fatigue. Very little prep! If you dread labs, this is a good one to do because it's not messy and it's fun and will keep the students busy. Students work through this lab with a partner. You will need clothespins
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This activity is also found in my Enzyme Unit. Print the enzyme-substrate matching cards and cut out the parts. Randomly distribute to students. Tell students to notice that each has a unique shape (like enzymes.) Students move around room and find
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Collaborative groups will create a detailed poster illustrating one of 11 biomes. The only work for the teacher is to cut out the biomes on page 3 and let groups draw to see which one they will create. Groups follow poster instructions to create
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Protein synthesis can be a difficult concept for biology students. This activity allows them to discover the key steps of the process and practice essential vocabulary. Print the diagram and have students analyze it to fill in each blank. When done,
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Students need prior knowledge of basic genetics terminology and patterns of inheritance. I have used this many times. It is a fun activity that demonstrates how traits are inherited. Students get to be creative and draw a dragon at the end, which
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These matching cards will help solidify and quickly assess students' understanding of eight cell processes. Match a term with the process and picture. Can be done with a partner or individually. Key included. Processes included: Homeostasis,
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By doing this hands-on activity, students can demonstrate knowledge of similarities/differences of the two cell types (pro- and eukaryotes) by categorizing cell characteristics. This resources contains five pages of cut-outs that include 25 cards.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2017-18 will be my 9th year to teach. I teach Biology at an early college high school and, Anatomy & Physiology at the college level.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Cooperative Learning. I try to use lots of real world examples. Urban kids love to see my nature pictures!

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Last three years:99% passing rate on Texas Biology EOC.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Texas A & M with a communications degree. Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Parker College in Dallas.

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My expertise is 9th grade urban students. I take pride in helping 9th graders mature and "learn the ropes" of high school.

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