Course Overview


BIOLOGY 
 
This course involves an introduction of basic concepts in the life sciences including the study of basic cell structure and function, ecology, evolution, the history of biology, genetics, and a survey of the kingdoms of living things.  This course meets the state requirement for Biology and is appropriate for the majority of students.  Students are required to take the Biology End of Course Exam.
 
 
COURSE SYLLABUS:
 
Unit 1- Introduction and Scientific Method (Chapter 1)
Unit 2- Ecology (Chapters 2-5)
Unit 3- The lilfe of a Cell (Chapters 6-9)
Unit 4- Genetics (Chapters 10-13) 
Unit 5- Changes in Life Over Time (Chapters 14-17)
Unit 6- Microorganisms and Fungi (Chapters 18-20)
Unit 7- Plants (Chapters 21-24)
 
 
AMERICAN HISTORY I
 
 
COURSE SYLLABUS:
 
Unit 1-Settlers of America (Chapters 1-6)
Unit 2- Building a New Nation (Chapters 7-11)
Unit 3-United States Grows (Chapters 12-15)
Unit 4- Nation Grows and Divides (Chapters 16-20)  
 
 
AMERICAN HISTORY II
 
COURSE SYLLABUS:

Unit 5-After the Civil War (Chapters 21-24)
Unit 6-United States Becomes a Modern Nation (Chapters 25-29)
Unit 7- Problems at Home and Across the Sea (Chapters 30-34)
Unit 8-Our Changing Nation (Chapters 35-40) 
Last Modified on August 10, 2015

WORLD HISTORY

COURSE SYLLABUS:

Unit 1- Ch. 1-5 The First Civilizations and Empires
Unit 2- Ch. 6-11 New Patterns of Civilization
Unit 3- Ch. 12-18 The Early Modern World
Unit 4- Ch.19-22 An Era of European Imperialism
Unit 5- Ch. 23-26 The Twentieth-Century Crisis
Unit 6- Ch. 27-32 Toward a Global Civilization