Natural Science & Biology Syllabus (2nd Edition)
- Paperback – 46 pages
- by Laura Berquist
We use Fabre's Book of Insects, King Solomon's Ring by Konrad Lorenz, and Exploring Creation with Biology by Dr. Jay Wile. The first third of the course covers Natural Science. The student will read the observations and experiments of renowned naturalists. During this time the student will prepare a five week project of his own in which he will make a hypothesis, observe an animal, conduct experiments, and draw conclusions based upon his observations. The final two-thirds of the course covers Biology. Exploring Creation with Biology provides a serious study of biology while remaining very home-school friendly. Apologia also provides a Solutions and Tests Manual for the main text in addition to the study questions throughout the book. The Natural Science & Biology Syllabus has a day-by-day breakdown of this course along with discussion questions, a list of natural history projects, and a variety of teaching resources including Tenth Grade Subject Rubrics, Learning Objectives, and grading charts. This is a 1 year, 1 credit course.
(Please Note: There is a syllabus for the 1st and the 2nd Edition of the text. To purchase the syllabus for the 1st Edition, please contact our main office.)