|1.||Gather and interpret data in a laboratory setting, using microscopy and other techniques, in relation to given and/or unpredictable problems;|
|2.||Analyse the scientific literature and report on a specific topic in biology, expressing ideas and perspectives as an individual and as a member of a group;|
|3.||Identify the structure of the main plant tissues and describe how the structure relates to the function including the main metabolic pathways;|
|4.||Examine the processes involved in the operations of major biological systems, including digestion, gas exchange, muscle contraction and neural control;|
|5.||Apply knowledge of population and community ecology and environmental variation to predict the structure and functioning of ecosystems.|
|ICT (Wiki, Web sites)||Group Wiki (3000 words) and a 12 minute oral presentation - groups of 4 students per topic.||30%|
|Laboratory Work||Complete six (6) Practical Worksheets||40%|
|Test||Three (3) Online Quizzes||30%|
Biology 10th ed.
Solomon, E., Martin, C, Martin D., & Berg, L., (2015)
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