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    Questions on Modern Biology

    1) Is there an answer key for the textbook questions that are assigned? The TM only has the answers for the Study Guide.
    2) I'd like to do two dissections during the year but I think we'll use virtual labs for the rest.
    --- How many should we aim to do?
    --- Are they supposed to write lab reports for virtual labs?
    Last edited by jen1134; 08-09-2019, 02:32 PM.
    Jennifer
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    #2
    The textbook answers are actually in the teacher guide- in the side notes. It took me awhile to figure that out.
    we bought the lab course from Catholictexts.com to use for biology labs this year and I am impressed by the looks of it. Home Science Tools sells a kits for the course. Inside the kit is HST’s basic dissection kit. I haven’t opened it yet, but i think in addition to the tools it includes a worm, cricket and frog. So I would aim to do those three. Easy enough to just buy the kit and be able to do all three.
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      #3
      Thank you, Debbie! This was really helpful!
      Jennifer
      Blog: [url]www.seekingdelectare.com[/url]

      DS16
      MP: Lit 10, VideoText Algebra
      MPOA: High School Comp. II
      HSC: Spanish I, Conceptual Physics, Modern European History, and electives

      DS15
      MP: Biology, Lit 10, VideoText Algebra, Greek Tragedies
      MPOA: High School Comp. II, Fourth Form Latin
      HSC: Modern European History

      DS12
      7M with:
      Second Form Latin, EGR III, and HSC for US History

      DS11
      SC Level 4

      DD9
      3A, with First Form Latin (long story!)

      DD7/8
      Still in SC Level 2

      DD 4/5
      SC Level C

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        #4
        Good Morning,
        Can we do this course without the videos? I have the lesson plans, and thought I would check before I ordered the guides. We're already using the books, but I like the addition of the coloring book and think the MP student guide questions would lend themselves better to mastery than the reading guides from Holt.
        Bean. Long time MP user.

        DD- 9th grade aerospace enthusiast. Using a mix of dual credit, online and classical materials for 2019-2020.

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          #5
          Hello.

          You could use our study guide without the dvds, but it will mean there will be some questions you can't answer that our lecturer deals with in the dvds. It would be a little awkward for you, I'm afraid. To use the study guide thoroughly, you need the text, the dvds, and the coloring book.

          Tanya

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            #6
            Thanks Tanya,
            ”Awkward” is a daily thing for me! Okay. I’ll ponder. Vimeo streaming really doesn’t work for us. We’re finishing Human Anatomy and then doing the Ecology unit next, so I’ve got a little time to decide.
            Bean. Long time MP user.

            DD- 9th grade aerospace enthusiast. Using a mix of dual credit, online and classical materials for 2019-2020.

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