How to Use This Course
Don’t let the graphic nonfiction presentation style (comic book style) fool you! This course is packed full of information, illustrations that help clarify the concepts and facts, detailed diagrams, glossaries, and more.
The nine units in this class study the cells, tissues, and organs of the human body; the circulatory system; the digestive and urinary systems; the nervous system; the respiratory system; the skeletal and muscular systems; various plant life cycles, including seed plant reproduction, asexual reproduction, cross-pollination, and germination; plant and animal cells and their cycles, including cell diagrams, meiosis, mitosis, and disease; and how genes impact an organism’s inherited traits, including variation, hybrids, mutations, and nature versus nurture.
- Cells to Organ Systems
- Circulatory System
- Digestive and Urinary Systems
- Nervous System
- Respiratory System
- Skeletal and Muscular Systems
- Plant Structure and Classification
- Cell Cycle
- Traits and Heredity