Bio II Benchmarks
[Constructing and Reflecting] [Biology II]
UNIT BENCHMARKS
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    Demonstrate the ability to use the scientific method in problem solving. .
    Identify the major metabolic processes in living organisms. .
    Understand the mechanisms of organisms' responses to environmental stimuli. .
    Demonstrate knowledge of the mechanisms of human genetics. .
    Recognize the impact of the human genome on genetic conditions and the future of medical technology. .
    Demonstrate an awareness of the development and impact of modern human life on ecosystems. .
    Understand the role of technological development on scientific discovery. .
    Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships developed through sequential laboratory experimentation. .
    Design an experiment to solve a problem. .
    Use scientific instruments to collect data. .
    Make and interpret graphs, data tables, charts and diagrams. .
    .Identify experimental and random errors .
    Perform basic biological calculations and statistically analyze data. .
    Formulate conclusions and inferences. .
    Develop skills for obtaining information from science reference materials .
    Demonstrate an appreciation of the interdisciplinary impact of biology on all areas of society. .
    Demonstrate an understanding of how the mastery of biological principles and skills enhances career opportunities. .
    Note: Learning standards in yellow probably should be incorporated in constructing & reflecting .
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    5/10/04