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Anatomy and Physiology: Advanced Biology

Age Range:




Class Fees:


Number of Semesters

2 Semesters

Maximum Students



Jennifer Stonitsch



Required Materials

Exploring Creation with Advanced Biology: The Human Body 2ND Edition Textbook
Exploring Creation with Advanced Biology Tests and Solutions Manual 2ND Edition
***Optional Spiral Bound Student Notebook***
3 Ring Binder with 6 tabbed dividers
Notebook Paper
Colored Pencils
Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book
Class Notes
On Your Own Questions
Study Guides
Lab Experiment Summaries
*Extra Credit Module Summaries/ Quizzes

Lab Equipment:
Biological Compound Microscope

Advanced Biology Prepared Slide Set/ Blood typing kit ***make sure it is for the 2ND Edition***
-Dissection Tools
-Dissection Tray
-Dissection Specimens that include: ( Cow Heart, Cow Eye, Fetal Pig)

5-8 hours per week

Technology/Equipment Needed at Home; Contact Needed with Students Outside of Class (Text, Email, Zoom); Assignments Begin Before Co-op Begins

5-8 hours per week

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About the course

This course combined with the Exploring Creation with Biology, is equivalent to one full year of college Biology and will familiarize students with AP or CLEP exam content. Prerequisites to this academically rigorous course are one year of high school Biology. The first module provides an organizational overview of the human body and homeostasis, as well as a general review of concepts such as cell structure, protein synthesis, and cellular mitosis. Subsequent modules study histology (study of tissues), integumentary and skeletal systems, skeletal system histology and movement, muscular system histology and physiology, skeletal muscle system, nervous system, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system and the reproductive system. This course is recommended for 10th grade, 11th grade, or 12th grade students

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