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WELCOME TO MR. MALECKI'S LIVING ENVIRONMENT PAGE!

 

Monday
           

 

Click the RED LINK below for Earth Science! I am teaching Earth Science at Durgee for 2013-2014.  Have a wonderful school year at Baker!

 

Tuesday


   

 Have a nice summer (for REAL this time!).

Wednesday

 

I stayed after school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays if you needed any extra help on any unit in LE.  In addition, 6/5/13 was the last day to hand in labs to be graded.

Thursday

Vocab: acid rain, global warming, greenhouse gases, ozone holes, greenhouse effect, ecotourism, deforestation.


Friday

6/14/13

HAPPY FLAG DAY!  Best of luck on the rest of your exams.  See you in the Halls of Durgee in September!

 

IF YOU ARE ABSENT FOR A LAB: Living Environment laboratory make-up labs are scheduled for TUESDAYS after school at 2:25 pm in Room 1225. (Please let me know you'll be staying by signing the notepad in 1225 before or after class).

Tutorial sessions for Living Env. are available on WEDNESDAYS after school unless there is a meeting that I need to attend. 

The HELP LAB is also available EVERY PERIOD of the school day. Be sure to seek help when needed in Living Environment
!   DON'T WAIT.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:The Living Environment Regents Exam is scheduled to be administered on TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013 at 11:45 AM. Be in your seat in the Large Gym by 11:30 AM with 2 blue or black pens and one pencil. The exam is worth 10% of your final average.

  • Please see SUPPLY LIST below.

  • The world is ALIVE and filled with life. View the PowerPoints from class again.

  • Do the CASTLE LEARNING review assignments for EXTRA CREDIT before each unit test.

  • Homework Assignments are above, View the PowerPoints from class again.

  • LE Supply List: 3-ring binder ( 2"), looseleaf paper for binder, a 1" binder for your labs, pens (blue or black), pencils(for graphs/drawings), colored pencils, a highlighter, and 100 3X5 cards.

  • A minimum of 1200 satisfactory LAB MINUTES are required for ALL NYS Regents Science courses in order to be eligible to take the Regents Exam.

  • Helpful hints:Re-read your Living Env. notes from class, HIGHLIGHT your PowerPoint notes, read your textbook assignments, make flash cards using castlelearning.com and/or studyblue.com , and do your personal best!

  • Don't forget that I am available for tutorial sessions after school ON WED unless I have a meeting. Get some help when needed: I will give you a pass to your sports practice.

  • Current Topic: CHARACTERISTICS OF LIFE AND THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD {Please refer to the course expectation sheet for additional information on this course}.



LINKS:

Try some Review here for the Midterm/Regents Exam
Do Castle Learning for extra credit
Sing along with "THE ELEMENT SONG"!
CLICK HERE for Mr. Malecki's Regents Earth Science Webpage
Regents Review LIVE!
BENEFICIAL BATS!
Dog Bone Bonding Analogy
Cells Alive : Internet Lessons and Puzzles
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston Electronic TEXT for LE
Mitosis and Cancer Webquest
Online Protist Lesson
What you need to know to Pass the LE Regents Exam
Virology (Smallpox)
The Panama Puzzle
Photosynthesis packet
Cool Bio Video Site
Site 1 - Lew-Port Meiosis Page
Site 2 - Sumanas Animation of Meiosis
Site 3 - Biology in Motion (Meiosis)
Site 4 - PBS: Mitosis vs. Meiosis
Labquest: Karyotyping and Mutations
Labquest: Mutations, Activity One
Labquest: "New" Karyotyping Method
What is a Protein?
LE Regents exams WITH THE ANSWERS
PEPPERED MOTH Simulation
Final Review for LE (Boot Camp)
What is your Learning Style? How do YOU learn?
DNA Workshop for LE
Labquest: Mutations, Activity Two
D. Mutations
E. Replication
A. Replication and Protein Synthesis
B. Protein Synthesis
C. Protein Synthesis
Mrs. Canale's site

FILES:

The Scientific Method ppt

Atmospheric Impacts ppt


Bacteria ppt


Cell Membrane ppt (explorebio)


Cell Organelles ppt (explorebio)


CELL TEST corrections


Cell Transport ppt


Cells ppt


Cellular RESPIRATION ppt


Characteristics of Living Things ppt


CLASSIFICATION


Classification Computer Lesson


CLASSIFICATION ppt from class


Diseases I ppt


Diseases II ppt


Diseases: Viruses and Bacteria ppt


DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis ppt


Ecology #1: Ecological Succession


Ecology #10: BIODIVERSITY ppt


Ecology #2: Terrestrial Succession


Ecology #3: Aquatic Succession


Ecology #4: Symbiotic Relationships


Ecology #5: Levels of Organization


Ecology #6: Population Biology


Ecology #7: Modes of Nutrition


Ecology #8: ECOLOGY REVIEW ppt


Ecology #9: Human Population ppt


ENZYMES ppt


Evolution ppt


Excretion and Coordination ppt


Exotic Species ppt


EXOTICS: Biological Controls ppt


Genetic Technology/Engineering ppt


GRRSNERT and Scientific Method ppt


How to log on to Castle Learning


Human Circulation ppt


Human Female Reproduction ppt


Human Male Reproduction ppt


Human Nutrition ppt


Human Reproduction ppt


HUMAN RESPIRATION ppt


Land Use ppt (HUMAN IMPACT)


MEIOSIS ppt


Mitosis ppt


Organization of Life ppt


Photosynthesis ppt


Plant Kingdom ppt


Plant Reproduction ppt (Flowers)


Plants-roots and stems


Protein Synthesis ppt


Regents Review: LE Boot Camp Survival Guide


Reproduction: sexual and asexual ppt


Viruses ppt


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