History of biology
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Learning Project Summary[edit | edit source]
- Project code:
- Suggested Prerequisites:
- General Biology textbook (concurrent study)
- Time investment: about 20 minutes a week of reading
- Assessment suggestions: Take the quizzes and tests listed below
- Portal:(List main portal/s here)
- School:(List main school/s here) Biology
Content summary[edit | edit source]
This is about who and what Biology is about.
Goals[edit | edit source]
This learning project should teach people about the history of biology, entry-level.
Contents[edit | edit source]
Learning materials[edit | edit source]
This course may be taken concurrently or after General Biology.
Readings and other resources[edit | edit source]
Each project/lesson/activity may have a suggested reading selection. For example:
- Wikipedia article: Charles Darwin
- Wikibooks textbook: b:General Biology/Genetics/Recombinant DNA Technology
Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Lesson 1: The Beginning of Biology
- Lesson 2: Greeks and Romans
- Lesson 3: Asian contributions
- Lesson 4: Into the Enlightment
- Lesson 5: The 16th and 17th Centuries
- Lesson 6: Biology in the 1900s
- Lesson 7: The Frontiers of Research
Activities[edit | edit source]
- Take Biology concurrently
Assignments[edit | edit source]
Tests and Quizzes[edit | edit source]
- Lesson 1 Quiz
- Lesson 2 Quiz
- Lesson 3 Quiz
- Lesson 4 Quiz
- Lesson 5 Quiz
- Lesson 6 Quiz
- Lesson 7 Quiz
Enrollment[edit | edit source]
Active participants in this Learning Group (to enroll, make a username, then paste this at the bottom of the section: * ~~~~)
There will be activities posted in the activities section for those who have enrolled.
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