R.E.A.L. Science Odyssey Biology 2 Teacher Guide
Teacher Guide to use with RSO Biology 2 textbook and Workbook: The parent/teacher?s text provides all the help a science novice needs to assist her student including suggested course scheduling, summaries, additional material and explanations, sample reports, learning objectives, answers and suggestions, tests, and quizzes.
Inside the Teacher Guide:
- Suggested course scheduling
- Summary of each lesson, plus more in depth information, explanations, and further research suggestions
- Sample Lab Reports and suggested answers
- Learning goals, objectives, and student expectations
- Suggestions for teaching the course
- Assessments, Quizzes, and Reviews (with answer key, rubric, and grading scale)
Organisms, cells, genetics, anatomy & physiology, evolution, ecology, and classification.
Tactile and rigorous, this classically-based science program provides an excellent science experience. The program is designed for the non-science parent. If you are a squeamish person, R.E.A.L. Science may not be for you. You’ll get dirty, handle bugs and worms, and learn through experimentation. The lessons in the book are intended to be done in order from start to finish, each lesson building upon the previous lessons. Two levels are available, perfect for multi-age learning or homeschool co-ops. The all-in-one text for Level One teaches science in an entertaining story-like format with hands-on activities, along with background science information, instructions, reading lists, journaling ideas, and supplemental websites. Student Worksheets are reproducible in Level One, although Student Pages are available separately. Science is planned 2-3 times per week. Formatted for independent learning, Level Two student texts bring science alive by engaging young people’s minds through active participation in learning. Spiral bound Student Texts offer instruction and consumable activity sheets and review pages. Consumable student materials are available separately. Teacher Guides are recommended and include weekly schedules, learning goals, math concepts for labs, lesson reviews with information not found in the student book, lab material lists, answer keys and grading guidelines.
Items listed in this section tend to be complete science programs with a teacher and student component, requiring few supplements besides science supplies.
- Tonya on Feb 23, 2021