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Jason Nappy's Website Archive for Living Environment

by Jason Nappy
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This is a collection of websites to help supplement the lessons taught in Living Environment Classes.

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Regents Review Questions Bank

Added 11/11/2010
This is a website with a ton of Living Environment regents questions taken from past exams. The questions are split up into two categories: interactive, which lets you select the answer and explains the correct answer; and topical archive, which only provide the questions. With over 30 different topics, divided up by different hyperlinks, it enables students a great resource of practice without being in the classroom.

PLOSable Biology (Ask a Biologist)

Added 11/11/2010
This is a website where students can submit a question on any biology topic, provide an email, and get an answer back from a real scientist or teacher. Other resources include videos on many topics, quizes, puzzles, and other games students can access.

Mr. Nappy's Living Environment Facebook

Added 11/11/2010
This is a webpage I set up for my Living Environment students where they can access my PowerPoint presentations, find homework assignments and reminders, look at videos I think are helpful, post answer keys to handouts, and overall, have a solid study resource with everything they need outside the classroom. To ensure the site is appropriate, I have disabled the wall, messaging, and any other interactive tool; it is a one-way posting tool where my students can go for help.

Cells Alive!

Added 11/11/2010
The interactive website is a resource for students to get a better grasp on the cell parts - both plant and animal - the cell cycle, mitosis, and meiosis. Students can click on different parts of the cell, the different phases of the cell cycle(s), and get a detailed explanation, pictures, and videos as they click through the module.
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