Chapter 18 Organizational information about species and Chapter 19 Lifes Origin

Chapter 18 organizational information about species

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Chapter 18 Organizational information about species and Chapter 19 Life’s Origin and Early Evolution November 7 Exam - Chapters 1, 15-17 Chapter 20 Viruses, Bacteria and Archaea and Chapter 21 Protists November 12 Quiz - Chapters 18-21 November 14 Chapter 22 Land Plants November 19-23 Thanksgiving November 21 Exam - Chapters 18-22 November 26 Chapter 23 Fungi Lawson State Community College, An Institution of the Alabama Community College System Revised 2018 Lawson State Community College, An Institution of the Alabama Community College System Revised 2018 7
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November 28 Chapter 24 Invertebrates December 3 Chapter 25 Vertebrates December 5 Quiz –Chapter 23-25 Chapter 26 Human Evolution December 10 Chapter 44 Population Ecology and 47 Biosphere December 14 Final Exam ( Comprehensive) This is a tentative schedule; therefore, topics and exam dates are subject to change. . III. STUDY SUGGESTIONS 1. Read thoroughly the textbook and/or eBook and lab material before they are discussed in class. (Not everything in the textbook will be discussed in class, although you are responsible for knowing it.) 2. Listen…. Listen…. to the TEGRITY RECORDINGS 2. Take complete notes in class - the lectures should sound familiar and logical to you if you have followed #1. Otherwise, you are going to stay lost. 3. Study your notes daily. Review all notes on new material up to that day. You should be prepared to take an exam without cramming for it. [You cannot learn 3 weeks’ worth of material over a weekend, much less in one night.] 4. It might be helpful to write new terms, principles, etc. . . . on 3X5 notecards. 5. Make a sincere effort to find interest in your course material; take pride in what you are learning. You are in an academic environment, and an intellectual attitude is expected from you. Courses in the sciences are likely to be among the most difficult that you will take. It is imperative that you develop good study habits and self-discipline at the onset in order to do well. If you follow these suggestions, you will have a much better chance of showing your true potential in any science course you take. Lawson State Community College, An Institution of the Alabama Community College System Revised 2018 Lawson State Community College, An Institution of the Alabama Community College System Revised 2018 8
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PLEASE PRINT THIS PAGE, SIGN AND RETURN TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM The signing of this form below indicates that I have read the current syllabus for BIO 104 and am satisfied that I understand its content and accept that I am entering into a binding contract. The signing of this form also demonstrates that my Biology instructor did review the syllabus with the class and did allow for a questioning/answering period. By signing, I also attest that I read and understood the statements on plagiarism and cheating and that I will write only in my own words for the duration of this course.
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