Welcome to genetics.
I am Mr. Evans and I will be helping you learn genetics this semester. On this webpage you will find:
1. Copies of important documents
2. Information about important assignments and due dates
3. Website links related to genetics and your research project.
CLASS STANDARDS: Please:
1. Bring all learning materials on time to class daily (Text, notebook, pencil)
2. Follow directions the first time they are given.
3. Keep your head up, off of desk....rest and sleep at home.
4. Leave food,gum, drinks, and cosmetics outside or in a backpack/purse.
5. Treat teachers and students with respect, especially in your choice of words.
Your grade in this class is a reflection of how you choose to spend your time.
PROJECT: Yes, you are required to do a project, related to a genetic disease and the genomic industry.There are four parts to the project. The parts are due at different times during the semester. You will turn them in on time. Then you will be ready for your oral presentation to the class at the end of the semester. The four project grades count as 20% of your final grade
PARENTS: Sometimes parents ask their children "Do you have any homework?" A genetics student who says "no" is unaware of their responsiblities. Every genetics student has several things they could work on at night:
1. Complete assigned homework
2. Complete unfinished labs or classwork
3. The objective list for the next test...studying the text, notes, and lab work to prepare for the next exam
4. Identification of basic and advanced vocabulary words
5. Research for their project related to genetic disease, including pictures and charts suitable for projection
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