1st period                 5th period (advanced bio)                     6th period

    7:55am-8:55am           12:55pm-1:50pm                            1:53pm-2:48pm




    Biology is the study of life.There are four major themes we will touch upon at various times during the year:

    1. From Molecules to Organisms: Structure and Process – How do organisms live, grow, respond to their environment, and reproduce?
    2. Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics – How and why do organisms interact with their environment and what are the effects of these interactions?
    3. Heredity: Inheritance and Variation of Traits – How are characteristics of one generation passed on to the next? How can individuals of the same species and even siblings have different characteristics?
    4. Biological Evolution: Unity and Diversity – How can there be so many similarities among organisms yet so many different kinds of plants, animals, and microorganisms? How does biodiversity affect humans?

    Lecture, lab and discussion techniques will provide students with the opportunities to think critically about concepts and their relationship to the world in which they live.

    Teacher Contact

    Phone: 406-726-3216 ext. 2320

    Email: bstockton@arleeschools.org

    Required Materials

    Computer, pen, pencil, calculator, loose paper, & 2” 3 Ring Binder

    Grading Policy

    Grades will be calculated using the following breakdown:

    50% Tests and Quizzes:

    Tests and quizzes will be based on the assignments and readings from the previous unit.  It is important that you study for these assessments.

    50% Weekly Work:

    Homework is a valuable tool to help you understand new concepts.   Reading and watching class materials, working on lab reports, and doing your daily assignments are the most important things you can do to facilitate your learning. Watching posted videos, participating in classroom discussions, etc… all will be included in this grade.



Last Modified on August 22, 2017