Simple Schooling Anatomy and Physiology I for high school begins your student's exploration of the human body by reviewing basic cell biology.
This is a one semester course that introduces the integumentary system, the skeletal system, the endocrine system, and the nervous system.
Each unit covers both the anatomical structure and the molecular function of each system in an in depth, yet conversational and easy to understand, way.
Simple Schooling Anatomy and Physiology II for high school continues your teen's study of the human body. Picking up where the first semester left off, semester II includes all the reamining systems, including muscles, reproduction, immune, digestive and much more! This is a very molecular based course that will give your teen a head start for college level A and P.
The high school sequence allows the most freedom for students. They can choose between the 15 unit course on horses, the complete 18 unit course on Forensic Science, the 10 week series on the Solar System (grade 9), or the advanced biology units which cover topics in a typical high school biology course.Note about Forensic Science: The complete course is intended for 11th or 12th graders and is NOT all interactive. Parents download a workbook/textbook and the parent guide. Students read the text and complete the workbook pages for each unit. Online activities are also included as supplements. Many students in middle school complete the first 10 units with no problem, but less mature students might have an issue with the autopsy unit and the toxicology units near the end of the course.Parents should spend about a week on each topic – adding in relevant non-fiction and fiction books, the online resources, and the optional digital PDF worksheets that are included in the K-12 subscription.Choose according to interest:Forensic Science Units 1-20
(textbook/workbook and supplemental interactives - one semester course)
Science of Horses PDF Workbook
Solar System Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Plutoids
(Biology Begins) The Life Pyramid Atomic Theory Periodic Table Chemical Bonding Special Properties of Water 5 Kingdoms of Life The Cell Lipids Carbohydrates Nucleic Acids Amino Acids Gregor Mendel Chromosomal Inheritance Discovering DNA DNA Replication & Repair RNA Transcription RNA Translation Mitosis Meiosis Glycolysis Krebs Cycle Electron Transport Chain Photosynthesis Viruses Bacteria Microscopes