Gifted Biology I - Monroe City Schools

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Scope & Sequence Template

2010
-
2011


Suggested time
line

Title/Topic



Objectives

(GLEs)

Essential Elements
/

Guiding Questions


Resources



Textbook Resources



Teacher
Edition Pages



Other Resources

Recommended

Assessments

10 Days

Meiosis and
Reproduction

SI 1
-
10

LS 9

LS 32

LS 33

LS 34

Meiosis and Reproduction

1.

Explain the importance of meiosis in
maintaining chromosome numbers
and identify the stages of meiosis.

2.

Infer
how meiosis leads to variation
in species.

3.

Infer the advantages of a dominant
diploid stage in the life cycles of
plants and animals.

4.

Identify the structures of a flower.

5.

Explain the process of fertilization in
flowering plants and relate this to the
succe
ssful colonization of land.

6.

Compare and contrast internal and
external fertilization.

7.

Identify human male and female
reproductive structures.

8.

Sequence the stages of the menstrual
cycle.

9.

Discuss the influence of hormones on
the human male and female
reproductive systems.

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapter 12


Flower Diagrams


Human Reproductive
System Diagrams



Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

8 Days

Growth and
Development

SI 1
-
10

LS 6

LS 15

Growth and Development

1.

Describe

the stages of embryonic
development.

2.

Describe seed and fruit formation.

3.

Describe seed germination.

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapters 10
-
11

Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

15

Days

Genetics
(Mendelian)

and Other
Patterns of
Inheritance

SI 1
-
10

SI 11
-
16

LS 7

LS 8

LS 10

LS 11

Genetics

1.

Explain the roles of heredity and
environment in organism
development.

2.

Explain the relationship among
alleles, genes, and chromosomes.

3.

Discuss Mendelian patterns of
inherita
nce.

4.

Apply the principles of probability to
BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapter 13
-
14


Genotype to Phenotype Lab


A Bewildering Tale Lab (5
Day Genetic Forensic Lab
with multiple lab
components


Karyotypes,
Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

Subject:
Gifted Biology I

(Part 2 of 2)


Grade:
9
-
12

Suggested time
line

Title/Topic



Objectives

(GLEs)

Essential Elements
/

Guiding Questions


Resources



Textbook Resources



Teacher
Edition Pages



Other Resources

Recommended

Assessments

genetics.

5.

Predict the possible offspring of a
genetic cross using a Punnett square.

6.

Interpret a pedigree.

7.

Explain how genes function.

8.

Discuss other patterns of inheritance
(multiple alleles, codominance, and
inco
mplete dominance.

9.

Discuss linked genes, DNA mutation,
and chromosomal mutations.

Pedigrees, DNA
Fingerprinting)


Punnett Square Activities


Pedigree Activities


CHNOPS Genetics



5 days

DNA
Technology

SI 1
-
10

LS 12

LS 13

DNA Technology

1.

Describe the Human Genome Project

2.

Describe DNA
technologies

3.

Give examples of applications and
benefits of genetic engineering

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapter1
5


Finish A Bewildering Tale
(5 Day Forensic Genetic
Lab


DNA Fingerprint
Lab)

Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

10 Days

Biological
Evolution

SI 1
-
10

ESS 17

ESS 18

ESS 22

LS 14

LS 15

LS 16

LS 17

LS 18

LS 19

LS 26

LS 33

LS 36

Biological Evolution

1.

Discuss the differences in using
theory as a science term and the
general use of the word theory.

2.

Identify the different
fossils and their
formation.

3.

Summarize the major events of the
Geologic Time Scale.

4.

Summarize Darwin’s theory of
natural selection.

5.

Explain how the structural and
physiological adaptations of
organisms relate to natural selection.

6.

Analyze the evidence for
evolution.

7.

Summarize the effects of the
different types of natural selection on
gene pools.

8.

Relate changes in genetic equilibrium
to mechanisms of speciation.

9.

Summarize the adaptations of
primates.

10.

Summarize the major anatomical
changes in hominids during
human
BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapters

16
-
20


PBS/Nova Evolution Series
Segments


Geologic Timeline


Bird Beak Adaptation Lab


Alien Classification


Dichotomous Key Lab


Kingdoms of Life Lab



Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

Suggested time
line

Title/Topic



Objectives

(GLEs)

Essential Elements
/

Guiding Questions


Resources



Textbook Resources



Teacher
Edition Pages



Other Resources

Recommended

Assessments

evolution.

10 Days

Nervous
Systems and
Behavior

SI 1
-
10

LS 32

LS 33

LS 34

LS 35

LS 36

Nervous Systems and Behavior

1.

Describe how nerve impulses travel
in the nervous system.

2.

Recognize the functions of the major
parts of the nervous system

3.

Define the role
of senses in the
human nervous system.

4.

Recognize the effects of drugs, both
medicinal and illegal.

5.

Discuss innate behavior

6.

Discuss learned behavior

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapters

21
-
22


Sheep Eye Dissection


Animal Behavior Lab



Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
and
Dissection
Assessments

5 Days

Health

SI 1
-
10

LS 37

LS 38

LS 39

LS 40

LS 41

LS 42

Personal And Community Health

1.

Describe how infections are
transmitted.

2.

Explain what causes the symptoms of
a disease.

3.

Describe
treatments and prevention
of diseases.

4.

Explain how fitness and health
maintenance affects life span.

5.

Describe and compare the basic
components of the human immune

system.

6.

Analyze the relationship between
vaccination and immunity.

7.

Explain the technological
advancements related to prevention,
diagnosis,

and treatment of disease.

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapter

23


Virus Transmission Lab


Sterile Technique Lab


Secret Message Lab

Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

5 Days

The
Environment

SI 1
-
10

ESS 2

ESS 3

ESS 13

ESS 15

LS 23

LS 24

LS 26

LS 27

Organisms and Their Environment

1.

Distinguish between biotic and
abiotic factors in the environment.

2.

Explain the difference between a
niche and a habitat

3.

Analyze how
carbon, nitrogen, and
water flow through an ecosystem.

4.

Analyze the positive and negative
effects of human actions on
BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e Chapters

24
-
25


Dissolved Oxygen Lab


Chapter Exam
and
Laboratory
Activity
Assessments

Suggested time
line

Title/Topic



Objectives

(GLEs)

Essential Elements
/

Guiding Questions


Resources



Textbook Resources



Teacher
Edition Pages



Other Resources

Recommended

Assessments

SI 1
-
10

LS 28

LS 31

ecosystems.

10 Days

Kingdoms of
Life

SI 1
-
10

LS 19

LS 20

LS 21

Survey of Organisms

1.

Classify organisms from different
kingdoms at several taxonomic
levels,

using a dichotomous key.

2.

Compare characteristics of the major
kingdoms. (Dissections)

3.

Analyze differences in life

cycles of
selected organisms in each of the

kingdoms.

4.

Compare viruses to cells structures,
functions, and cycles of various

5.

viruses to those of cells

BSCS Biology: A Molecular
Approach 8e
Brief Survey
of Organisms Insert


pages
483
-
497


Earthworm
Dissection

Grasshopper Dissection

Crayfish Dissection

Starfish Dissection

Perch Dissection

Frog Dissection

Dissection
Answer Sheets