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|Biology - Cloning||Preview|
|Biology - Competition||Preview|
|Biology - Detecting our Environment||Preview|
|Biology - Differences Between Organisms||Preview|
|Biology - Energy in Food Chains||Preview|
|Biology - Environmental Change||Preview|
|Biology - Evolution||Preview|
|Biology - Exercise and Health||Preview|
|Biology - Fertility||Preview|
|Biology - Fighting Disease||Preview|
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|Biology - Healthy Diet||Preview|
|Biology - Hormones||Preview|
|Biology - Messages in the Body||Preview|
|Biology - Microorganisms and Disease||Preview|
|Biology - Natural Defences||Preview|
|Biology - Natural Selection||Preview|
|Biology - Plant Sensitivity and Control||Preview|
|Biology - Reproduction||Preview|
|Biology - Superbugs||Preview|
|Biology - The Carbon Cycle||Preview|
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Quizzes make learning fun! There is no quicker way to learn about Biology in High School - Grades 9 and 10
Have you ever heard of proprioception? No? Well, we have, brainy things that we are. (Actually we’ll come clean - we hadn’t heard of it until just now.)
Proprioception is one of our senses – and not one of the main five that we know and love so well. Rather than go into a rambling technical description of exactly what proprioception is, we’ll explain it with a practical example.
Close your eyes. Now open them again to read what to do next.
OK, when you’ve read the next sentence, close your eyes and follow the instructions. Put your finger on your nose. With your eyes closed remember. Did you do it? Wasn’t it easy? That’s proprioception for you. It’s the sense that can detect where the parts of your body are in respect to each other. Clever dontcha think?
Getting back to biology. We’ve taken a wide range of subjects found under the biological umbrella such as: evolution; hormones; disease; cloning; diet, food chains and superbugs (that’s not giant beetles by the way). Then we sprinkled them with interest, loaded them with fun and quizzified them. All for the benefit of your review. Aren’t we good to you?
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson said, “I try to show the public that chemistry, biology, physics, astrophysics is life. It is not some separate subject that you have to be pulled into a corner to be taught about.”
Aristotle (who needs no introduction we hope) said, “By ‘life’, we mean a thing that can nourish itself and grow and decay.”
It sounds like if they met today in McDonald’s they’d certainly agree on this point. And perhaps share a portion of French fries.
Shall we explore life itself? Let’s get physical and let’s get quizzical!
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