Monthly Archives: September 2012

Module 3: Part 1 – Kingdom Monera and Kingdom Protista

Kingdom Monera represents the least complex organisms in creation.  Although they are mind-bogglingly complex,they are still as “simple” as life gets.  Members of Kingdom Monera are prokaryotes, so their cell structure is basic, yet they play important roles in the … Continue reading

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Module 2: Marine Biology Life in the Sea – Part 2

In class we viewed the following film on diversity of life in the oceans. Below is the continuation of the series. In our lab we studied the Brown Shrimp.  Finish up your drawings at home. Homework Module 2 :  Finish … Continue reading

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Wet Lab Field Trip 1: Big Pass, South Lido Beach, Sarasota, Florida

We had a great turn out for our first field trip of the school year. On Saturday, September 8, 2012 our Honors Marine Biology class the 4-H Club the “Wavemakers” met at South Lido on Big Pass for our first … Continue reading

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Module 2: Life in the Sea Part 1

The judges had a tough job selecting the winners of the Poetry class challenge. Congratulations to Rachel and Nick and thanks to all of you who participated! Next’s weeks challenge is to “Pass it Forward” and I cannot wait to … Continue reading

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Module 1: Winds, Waves and Currents

The class challenge got off to a great start this year.  Congratulations goes to winners Julia and Sophie and a big thank you to all of you who participated this week! August 30, 2012 PowerPoint  Honors Marine Biology Class 2 … Continue reading

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