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Week of
12/05/11




Teacher


C. Yourechko


Course
:

Biology I (A)



Day

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Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S11.B.2.2
Describe how
genetic
information
is inherited and
expressed.

S11.B.2.1.1
Explain the
theory of evolution by
interpreting data from

fossil records, similarities in
anatomy and physiology, or
DNA studies that are

relevant to the theory of
evolution.

Students will discuss how
human genes are inherited
as well gene grouping.

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group

Discussion

Small Grouping

Worksheet

Formative
-

Chromosome & Genes
Worksheet


Summative
-

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Tues.

S11.B.2.2
Describe how
genetic information
is
inherited and
expressed.

S11.B.2.1.1
Explain the
theory of evolution by
interpreting data from

fossil records, similarities in
anatomy and physiology, or
DNA studies that are

relevant to the theory of
evolution.

Students will discuss
genetic mutations
pert
aining to
chromosomes.

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Independent Work

Formative
-


Summative
-

Genetics Quiz

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Wed

S11.B.2.2
Describe how
genetic information
is inherited and
expressed.

S11.B.2.1.1
Explain the
theory of
evolution by
interpreting data from

fossil records, similarities in
anatomy and physiology, or
DNA studies that are

relevant to the theory of
evolution.

Students will discuss
human heredity
specifically human genetic
disorders and human
polygenic traits li
ke blood
types and

P.D.N

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion


Formative
-


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Thurs

S11.B.2.2
Describe how
genetic information
is inherited and
expressed.

S11.B.2.1.1
Explain the
theory of evolution by
interpreting data
from

fossil records, similarities in
anatomy and physiology, or
DNA studies that are

relevant to the theory of
evolution.

Students will view the
National Geographic
Video: Clone
, to stimulate
student interest and
discussion on genetic
engineering.

P.D.N.

W
hole Group Activity

Formative
-

Video worksheet and essay


Summative
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Fri

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Formative
-


Summative
-

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Week of

12/05/11



Teacher

C. Yourechko


Course
:

Biology I (B)



Day

Anchor Descriptor

Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S.11.B.1.1
-

Explain structure
and
function at
multiple levels of

Fungi

organization.

S11.B.1.1.2
Compare and
contrast the structural and
functional similarities and

differences among living
things

(e.g., classify
organisms into
classification

groups,
compare systems).

Students will complete
the chapter 21 study
-
guide and
discuss their
answers as a review for
their upcoming test.

P.D.N

Small Grouping

Whole Group
Discussion

Formative
-

Chapter 21 Study
-
Guide
Worksheet, Group Discussion


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Tues.

S.11.B.1.1
-

Explain structure
and

function at
multiple levels of

Fungi

organization.

S11.B.1.1.2
Compare and
contrast the structural and
functional similarities and

differences among living
things (e.g., classify
organisms into
classification

groups,
compare systems).

Students will complete
the
chapter 21 test
assessment

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Formative
-


Summative
-
Chapter 21 Test

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Wed

S.11.B.1.1
-

Explain structure
and

function at
multiple levels of
Plant

organization.

S11.B.1.1.2
Compare and
contrast the structural and
functional similarities and

differences among living
things (e.g., classify
organisms into
classification

groups,
compare systems).

Students will discuss
the Plant Kingdom as it
pertains to; what a plant
is, how its life cycle
occurs, and their
evolutionary history

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Readings

Formative
-

Chapter 22 section 1
guided reading.


Summative
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Thurs

S.11.B.1.1
-

Explain structure
and

function at
multiple levels of
Plant

S11.B.1.1.2
Compare and
contrast the structural and
functional similarities and

differences among living
things (e.g., classify
Students will discuss
the Bryophyte
classification of plants
and what makes them
unique versus other
P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Reading

Formative
-

Chapter 22 section 2
guided reading


Summative
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organization
.

organisms into
classification

groups,
compare systems).

types of plants

Connection to Anchor
:


Fri

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Formative
-


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Week of

12/05/11



Teacher

C. Yourechko


Course
:

Physiology & Anatomy



Day

Anchor Descriptor

Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S11.A.2.2
Evaluate

appropriate
technologies for

a specific purpose,
or describe the
information the

instrument
s

can
provide
.

S11.A.2.2.2
Explain how
technology (e.g. GPS,

spectroscope, scanning
electron microscope,

pH meter, probe interface,
imaging technology

telescope) is used to
extend human abilities

and precision.

The students will
conduct and analyze
EKGs and blood
pressure tests

using
computer probe ware
from the Wilkes SIM
program.

Hands
-
on activities,
performing and
analyzing EKGs and
blood pressure.

Formative
-

Observe students
performing EKG and Blood pressure
activities


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S11.A.2.2
Evaluate

appropriate
technologies for

a specific purpose,
or describe the
information the

instrument
s

can
provide
.

S11.A.2.2.2
Explain how
technology (e.g. GPS,

spectroscope, scanning
electron microscope,

pH meter, probe interface,
imaging
technology

telescope) is used to
extend human abilities

and precision.

The students will
conduct and analyze
EKGs and blood
pressure tests using
computer probe ware
from the Wilkes SIM
program.

Hands
-
on activities,
performing and
analyzing EKGs and
blo
od pressure.

Formative
-

Observe students
performing EKG and Blood pressure
activities



Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S11.A.2.2
Evaluate

appropriate
technologies for

a specific purpose,
or describe the
information the

instruments

can
provide
.

S11.A.2.2.2
Explain how
technology (e.g. GPS,

spectroscope, scanning
electron microscope,

pH meter, probe interface,
imaging technology

telescope) is used to
extend human abilities

and precision.

The students will
conduct and analyze
EKGs and blood
pressure tests using
computer probe ware
from the Wilkes SIM
program.

Hands
-
on activities,
performing and
analyzing EKGs and
blood pressure.

Formative
-

Observe students
performing EKG and Blood pressur
e
activities


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:






















Thurs

S11.A.2.2
Evaluate

appropriate
technologies for

a specific purpose,
or describe the
information the

instrument can
provide
.

S11.A.2.2.1
Evaluate
appropriate methods,

instruments, and scale for
precise quantitative

and
qualitative
observations
(e.g. to compa
re
properties
of materials, water
quality).

Students will discuss
the components and
properties of blood as
well as its role in the
cardiovascular system.

Students will work in
small groups an
d use
guided notes as well as
a worksheet to facilitate
their discussion.

P.D.N

Guided Notes

Small Grouping

Whole Group
Discussion

Formative
-

Formed elements
worksheet


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Fri

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Act 80 Day

Formative
-


Summative
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Connection to Anchor: