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CHEMISTRY EDUCATION II MODULE 4. Mixed Matter
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
This module aims to guide you in describing a mixture and in classifying different types of mixture. It is also designed to help you in identifying the different methods of separating mixtures. So, read and learn more about the following lessons: Lesson 1 – What is a Mixture? Lesson 2 – What are the Types of Mixture? Lesson 3 – What are the Ways of Separating Components of Mixtures?

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CHEMISTRY EDUCATION II MODULE 3. Classifying Matter as Pure Substances
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
This module is designed to guide you in defining matter and in classifying different samples of matter as pure substances.It also intends to assist you in grouping pure substances into elements and compounds.So,have fun while reading and learning the following lessons: Lesson 1 – Defining Matter Lesson 2 – Classifying Matter Lesson 3 – Pure Substances: Elements or Compounds?

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Chemistry Education II

CHEMISTRY EDUCATION II MODULE 2. Laboratory Apparatus, Safety Rules and Symbols
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
The activities in this module will teach you how to use different apparatus in the laboratory. It will also develop your skills in making accurate measurements using the common laboratory equipment, in using them safely, and in interpreting icons and symbols used in a laboratory. This module contains the following lessons: Lesson 1 – Identifying Laboratory Apparatus and Their Uses Lesson 2 – Laboratory Safety Precautions Lesson 3 – Laboratory Safety Symbols

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Chemistry Education II

BIOLOGY SCIENCE I EDUCATION II MODULE 19. Ecosystem
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
This module will take you to another exciting and yet relaxing tour to the environment that surrounds us.You must have been to many places before with your family and friends.But have you thanked the works of nature that made you feel happy, light and relaxed? Well then,this module will allow you to appreciate once again the beauty of mother Earth! The following lessons comprise this module: Lesson 1 – Ecosystem Ecology Lesson 2 – Interactions in the Ecosystem Lesson 3 – Energy flow in the Ecosystem Lesson 4 – Environmental Issues

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BIOLOGY SCIENCE I EDUCATION II MODULE 18. Animals with Backbones
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
This is another module on animals, and this time, it deals with animals with backbones. Animals with backbones fall under Phylum Chordata.Only around 5% of all animals on earth are with backbones. Members of this phylum have notochord.The notochord is a structure that supports the body of a young chordate. This structure may persist only during the embryonic stage of the animal or until the adult stage. In some animals, this is replaced by the hard backbone or vertebral column in the adult stage.

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BIOLOGY SCIENCE I EDUCATION II MODULE 17. Animals Without Backbones
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
This is the first module regarding The Diversity of Animals. This covers all the animals without backbones.The second module focuses on animals with backbones.All the modules are especially prepared to equip you with the knowledge about animals. You will see how they differ from one another in size, form, structure and habitats. There are 5 lessons in this module: Lesson 1 – How Are Animals Classified? Lesson 2 – The Sponges and Cnidarians Lesson 3 – The Flatworms, Roundworms and Segmented Worms Lesson 4 – The Soft-bodied and Joint-legged Animals Lesson 5 – The Spiny-skinned Animals

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BIOLOGY EDUCATION II MODULE 16.The Diversity of Plants
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
This module will take you to the wonderful world of plants.It aims to familiarize you with the different groups that comprise the Plant Kingdom and with how plants are classified.Plants make up one of the dominant organisms on earth. Since plants are found almost everywhere in a tropical country like the Philippines, we are familiar with many of its species. This module has five (5) lessons: Lesson 1 – Classification of Plants Lesson 2 – Non-vascular Plants (Bryophytes) Lesson 3 – Vascular Plants (Ferns and Fern Relatives) Lesson 4 – Vascular Plants (Cone-Bearing Plants) Lesson 5 – Vascular Plants (Flowering Plants)

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BIOLOGY EDUCATION II MODULE 14. Genetics: The Study of Inherited Traits
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
This module will discuss the topic on how traits are passed on from parents to offspring.It also includes the laws that govern the patterns of inheritance including the genetic material involved, the DNA. This pattern of inheritance can be observed over a series of generations as discussed in the different laws founded by Gregor Mendel.The discussion starts with the patterns of transmission of genetic traits to a more discrete topic – the DNA. There are three lessons included in this module. These are: Lesson 1 – MENDEL’S Law of Inheritance Lesson 2 – Non-Mendelian Patterns of Inheritance Lesson 3 – DNA: The Genetic Material

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BIOLOGY EDUCATION II MODULE 12. Making New Cells
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
In this module you will learn how cell division is essential to growth, repair and reproduction in eukaryotic organisms.The process of dividing the genetic material among the daughter cells is integral to both types of cell division. In mitosis, the daughter cells receive the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell. In meiosis, a reductive cell division, the daughter cells are haploid with respect to the parent cell. This module has the following lessons: Lesson 1 – Mitosis Lesson 2 – Meiosis Lesson 3 – Asexual and Sexual Reproduction

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BIOLOGY EDUCATION II MODULE 11. Energy Producing and Distributing Systems
Subject: Science
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
You have just finished the module on the musculo-skeletal system. Did you discover concepts you did not know before? As the human body is a complex machine, there are more to learn about it.Let’s take a tour of the energy producing and distributing system. This module has the following lessons: Lesson 1 – Digestive System Lesson 2 – Respiratory System Lesson 3 – Circulatory System

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