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  • Keystone Biology

    Starting with the class of 2017, a graduation component of any Pennsylvania public school will be passing specific Keystone exams. These exams are designed to make sure that students are meeting state standards. Starting with the 2012-2013 school year, Morrisville School District will be administering the Algebra I, Literature, and Biology Keystone exam.


    To help students review the topic of biology, the Science Department has broken up the content into 9 topics. Review for each topic will consist of the following:

    • A podcast (either by Khan Academy or Staff) approximately 20 minutes in length to review the content
    • A viewing guide that goes along with each podcast
    • A list of questions from the Keystone Review packet (Modified from the Science Section of the Keystone Exam information provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education) that accompany that section
    • An electronic quiz (all quizzes found here) that students can take to assess their own knowledge


    If you would like to know more about the Keystone exams, please click here.


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    Chemistry Links

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    The World of Chemistry 

    A video instructional series for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 26 half-hour video programs and coordinated books


    Rutherford's Gold Foil Experiment

    An interactive way of viewing Rutherford's experiment

    A cool Periodic Table Poster

    Just a great way to view the elements

    Chemical Elements

    Another reputable site.

    National Research Council Canada

    Another good Periodic Table Website

    Jefferson Laboratory

    Another good Periodic Table Site

    David's Whizzy Periodic Table

    A view of the atom with the electrons buzzing around.  Also helps with the cost of some elements.


    Virtual Periodic Table

    Gas Laws

    Use this link to test what you know about Boyle's and Charles' Laws

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