Sec 4 Biology Full-Year Course
- Set the Biology Fundamentals strong for Sec 4 /O level.
- Sync with School Curriculum.
- Delve into the fascinating world of biology in this full-year course that covers the whole MOE Sec-4 Biology Syllabus.
- Gain in-depth knowledge of key biological concepts and their practical applications.
- Explore the wonders of life from the microscopic level to complex biological systems.
- Interactive live classes that cover the entire Biology syllabus
- Explanation with images, videos, and sample answers.
- Discuss with experienced teachers to guide you in brainstorming key points.
- The course focuses on challenging concepts and techniques to answer open-ended questions.
- Ample similar practice questions to gain confidence and clarity.
- More focus on scoring areas, and difficult concepts.
Who is this Course for?
- This course is designed for Secondary 4 / Olevel students who are passionate about biology and eager to deepen their understanding of the subject.
- It is suitable for students studying the Singapore MOE syllabus for Biology in their fourth year/ Olevel of secondary education.
What you will Learn?
- Cell Division: Mitosis, meiosis, genetic maintenance, practical applications.
- Plant Reproduction: Flower structures, pollination, seed and fruit formation.
- Human Reproduction: Male/female systems, fertilization, embryo development, pregnancy.
- Molecular Genetics: DNA structure, replication, transcription, translation, protein synthesis.
- Inheritance: Chromosomes, genes, alleles, inheritance principles, genetic variation.
- Ecology: Ecosystem dynamics, energy transfer, human impact, global warming.
- Homeostasis & Response: Organism response to environment, maintaining stability, homeostasis importance.
- Students learn cellular reproduction, inheritance, and molecular genetics, encompassing mitosis, meiosis, DNA structure, and inheritance principles.
- Understanding plant, human, and genetic reproduction, from flowering plants’ structures to human reproductive systems and embryonic development.
- Exploring ecology, emphasizing energy transfer, human impacts, and the interdependence among organisms within ecosystems.
- Studying homeostasis in maintaining stable internal environments and the body’s response mechanisms to environmental changes.
- Comprehensively reviewing body systems, their interplay, energy usage, disease dynamics, and the impact of pathogens on bodily functions.
Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?
- Experienced Teachers: Benefit from the expertise of experienced ex-MOE teachers who provide guidance and support.
- Parental Insight: Parents can track student performance and progress through comprehensive feedback and reports.
- After-Class Support: Access dedicated teachers who are readily available to address questions and provide assistance.
- A.I. Based Tests and Homework: Engage in AI-powered tests and homework assignments for enhanced learning and assessment.
- Personalized Learning: Receive personalized content and real-time feedback to optimize your learning experience.
|Cell Division – This topic delves into cellular reproduction, covering mitosis for asexual reproduction and meiosis for sexual reproduction. It explores their roles in maintaining genetic information across organisms, integrating theory with practical applications.
|Plant Reproduction – This topic covers the reproductive structures and processes in flowering plants. Students learn about flower structures, pollination mechanisms, and the formation of seeds and fruits. An example activity could involve dissecting a flower and identifying its different parts to understand their roles in reproduction.
|Human Reproduction – This topic explores reproduction in humans, including the male and female reproductive systems. Students learn about the processes of fertilization, embryo development, and pregnancy. An example activity could involve studying the stages of embryonic development using visual aids.
|Molecular Genetics – This topic delves into the study of DNA structure and its role in protein synthesis. Students learn about the process of DNA replication, transcription, and translation. An example activity could involve modeling the steps of protein synthesis using paper cut-outs to understand the relationship between DNA and proteins.
|Inheritance – This topic explores the principles of inheritance and variation in organisms. Students learn about chromosomes, genes, alleles, genotype, phenotype, and the factors influencing genetic variation. An example activity could involve analyzing family pedigrees to understand how traits are inherited and predicting the likelihood of specific traits in offspring.
|Ecology – This topic explores the dynamics of ecosystems, emphasizing energy transfer and interdependence among organisms. It addresses human impacts on ecosystems and focuses on global warming.
|Homeostasis, Coordination and Response – This topic deeply explores the mechanisms by which living organisms detect and respond to changes in their internal and external environments to maintain a stable internal milieu essential for life sustenance. Emphasis is placed on the criticality of homeostasis in ensuring the stability of human physiological processes like digestion, respiration, and substance transport. Specific focus is given to the necessity of maintaining consistent water potential in blood for efficient substance exchange.
|Review of the Human body – This topic thoroughly explores how systems such as nutrition, transport, respiration, and excretion interact to sustain life. Students analyze how energy usage and macromolecular systems contribute to growth, reproduction, and maintaining internal equilibrium. Furthermore, it investigates disease dynamics, highlighting the impact of pathogens on bodily functions and the historical development of disease understanding.
Num of Sessions
4 - 5 per month