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The Double Helix Science Club is for young and inspiring scientists to explore science beyond our G7&8 science curriculum. It is for students that may have an interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering & mathematics) careers and for those that just what to do more hands on experiments.
The students will look at biology from the inside out by carrying out a frog dissection, make elephant toothpaste with chemistry and reach for the stars with bicarbonate rockets in physics.
When ASP Season 2 Mondays (different from day stated in video)
Max: 20 grade 7 &8 students
Plus 2 or 3 grade 9-11 Sciecne Club Assistants
Please contact Mr. Gaynor for more information
This final week before Christmas in G9 Biology, we observed a lung dissection and watched an extended giraffe dissection video. The dissection focused on the evolutionary adaptations of the circulatory and muscular system that permitted the giraffe’s neck and legs to increase in length. This comparative biology lesson complemented the current Respiration and Human Transport unit. Students may borrow the complete Inside Natures Giants and Autopsy for Beginners dissection series if they desire to become an anatomy expert over the Christmas break.
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I hope you have enjoyed todays final Double Helix Club of the year.
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Good Luck with your exams and enjoy your summer break.
I hope you enjoyed the dissection today and I’m impressed that none of you had to leave the lab at any point!
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This week we investigating our reaction time before and after drinking coffee by catching a ruler and tranquilizing sheep with this bbc reaction time game.
I hope you enjoyed todays Inside Natures Giants Dissection video and I hope it has left you with some images you will not forget!