A student named Faith made the Toontastic story below to illustrate allopatric speciation. Great job Faith :)
Anatomy students were given choice activities involving the endocrine system. The work below was made using Make Beliefs Comix.
Students were assigned a patient experiencing certain symptoms. They used pedigree analysis, blood typing, gel electrophoresis, and karyotyping to discover make a diagnosis.
Anatomy students dissected sheep brains in conclusion of our unit.
Students modeled the process of DNA replication by constructing a DNA helix, then replicating it.
Anatomy students explained the mechanism behind the neuro-muscular junction and the action potential it creates.
Students created models of cells using various things. Some students created their cells in Mine Craft and some students made actual models. Below is an explanation of a eukaryotic cell along with analogies.
Students observed different cell types through the microscopes and added the photos to their Book Creator where they are keeping track of their learning.
Students in Anatomy and Physiology constructed a 3-d model of long bone anatomy using food. The videos below were taken using Explain Everything to allow them to show what they know. Click on playlist to see more videos.
Some of the students chose to create a model of the enzyme substrate interaction with stop-motion animation apps. Below you can see some of the handy-work.
Rap it Up...Enzymes.
Some students chose to write a rap or poem about enzyme function and temperature. The rap is written and performed by Jordan and the beats are by Kendell.
Cartoon Crazy: Enzymes and Temperature
Some students chose to create a cartoon explaining how temperature effects enzyme function.
The Gold Achievement!
Students that worked hard to achieve the gold level conducted investigations to see how temperature effects enzyme function.