Brenna Neault

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This is a photo of me on the first day of Biology class.

Creative Writing (Scientific Communication and Writing) I attended the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in October to raise money for research of the disease and hopefully finding a cure. This is a photo of my extra credit essay.

Improvement (Scientific Writing) My first lab report I wrote received a very low score. This is a photo of a lab conclusion that graded as 5/5.

Achievement (Photosynthesis) I had lots of trouble understanding/remembering the information in this chapter because of all different reactants/products. I was finally able to remember and did very well on the test. This is a picture of the photosynthesis study guide.

Achievement (Technology Skills) I am glad that I learned how to use many new websites/programs to enhance my projects and knowledge of the subjects.

Creative Writing (Collaboration/Teamwork) At the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, about 1,500 people attended to raise awareness and funding. These are photos of everyone at the starting line and holding up flowers to represent their connection the the Alzheimer’s disease.

Passion (Respiration) I get excited about using new materials to test different reactions and results. This is a photo of me and a teammate cleaning up an overflow of foam from respiration when the yeast was mixed with Coca Cola.

Improvement (Microscopy) I have learned all of the parts of a microscope in biology. Also, I have learned how to use it properly and safely to get the best results. This is a picture of a drawing of a cheek cell that we observed during a lab.

Passion (Enzymes) I look forward to seeing the results of labs in graphs because it shows the differences visually. This is a graph of the Toothpickase enzyme’s reaction rates in regular and cold conditions.

Passion (Cell Transport) As well as watching immediate reactions, I love seeing changes that occur over time. Looking at the results is very interesting. This is a picture of gummy bears that were left soaking in water for 24 hours. Osmosis occurred and water was absorbed into the cell.

Passion (Testing for Organic Molecule) I enjoy labs with lots on hands on activities. I like to watch the reactions and products of things that I do in a lab. In this photo I am adding iodine solution to test for starch.