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Week of

12/19
-
12/22/11




Teacher


C.Yourechko


Course
:

Biology I (A)



Day

Anchor Descriptor

Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S.11.B.2.1
-

Explain
the mechanisms

of

the theory of
evolution.

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.

S11.B.2.1.2
Explain the role
of
mutations, differential
reproduction, and gene
recombination in changing

the genetic makeup of a
population.

S11.B.2.1.3
Explain the role
of selective breeding and
biotechnology in

changing the genetic
makeup of a population.

S11.B.2.1.4
Explain why
natura
l selection can act
only on inherited traits.

Students will discuss what
evolution is and what role
Charles Darwin has played
in the scientific backing for
evolution

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Vocabulary Activity

Guided Reading

Independent Work

Formative
-

Chapter 15 Guided Reading
Packet


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S.11.B.2.1
-

Explain
the mechanisms of

the theory of
evolution.

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.

S11.B.2.1.2
Explain the role
of mutations, differential
reproduction, and gene
recombination in changing

the genetic makeup of a
population.

S11.B.2.1.3
Explain the role
ofselective

breeding and
biotechnology in changing
Students will discuss the
concepts of population
growth and descent with
modification while
specifically

focusing on
humans.

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Small Grouping

Formative
-

Chapter 15 Guided Reading
Packet


Summative
-

the genetic makeup of a

population.

S11.B.2.1.4
Explain why
natural selection can act
only on inherited traits.

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S.11.B.2.1
-

Explain
the mechanisms of

the theory of
evolution.

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.

S11.B.2.1.2
Explain the role
of mutations, differential
reproduction, and gene
recombination
in changing

the genetic makeup of a
population.

S11.B.2.1.3
Explain the role
of selective breeding and
biotechnology in changing
the genetic makeup of a

population.

S11.B.2.1.4
Explain why
natural selection can act
only on inherited traits.

Students wi l l d
i scuss other
sci enti sts theori es on
evol uti on and compare
them to Darwi n’s theory

P.D.N.

Gui ded Notes

Whol e Group
Di scussion

Independent Work

Formati ve
-


Summati ve
-

Evol uti on Qui z

Connection to Anchor:



Thurs

S.11.B.2.1
-

Explain
the mechanisms of

the

theory of
evolution.

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.

S11.B.2.1.2
Explain the role
of mutations,
differential
reproduction, and gene
recombination in changing

the genetic makeup of a

Students wi l l vi ew the
vi deo: Jeff Corwi n i n the
Gal apagos Islands and
compl ete a worksheet on
the vi deo

P.D.N

Whol e Group Acti vi ty

Independent Work

Formati ve
-

Vi deo Worksheet


Summati ve
-






















population.

S11.B.2.1.3
Explain the role
of selective breeding and
biotechnology in changing
the genetic makeup of a

population.

S11.B.2.1.4
Explain why
natural selection

can act
only on inherited

traits.

Connection to Anchor:


Fri

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Formati ve
-


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor:


Week of

12/19
-
12/22/11



Teacher

C. Yourechko


Course
:

Biology I (B)



Day

Anchor Descriptor

Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S.B.1.1
-

Explain
structure and

function at multiple
levels of
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 wi l l di scuss the
Ani mal Ki ngdom and the
characteri stics of
organi sms wi thi n that
ki ngdom

P.D.N.

Gui ded Notes

Gui ded Readi ng

Whol e Group
Di scussion

Independent Work

Formati ve
-

Chapter 26 Gui ded Readi ng
Packet


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S.B.1.1
-

Explain
structure and

function at multiple
levels of

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 wi l l di scuss two
(Sponges & Cni dari ans) of
the i nvertebrate groups of
the Ani mal Ki ngdom

P.D.N.

Gui ded Notes

Whol e Group
Di scussion

Gui ded Readi ng Packet

Formati
ve
-

Chapter 26 Gui ded Readi ng
Packet


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S.B.1.1
-

Explain
structure and

function at multiple
levels of

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 wi l l di scuss the
i nvertebrate group Worms
and di ssect an earthworm

P.D.N

Gui ded Notes

Smal l Groupi ng

Formati ve
-

Earthworm l ab Packet


Summati ve
-


Connection to

Anchor:



Thurs

S.B.1.1
-

Explain
structure and

function at multiple
levels of

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 wi l l di scuss three
of the i nvertebrate groups
(Mol l usks, Arthropods,
Enchi noderms). Students
wi l l observe a squi d
di ssecti on demonstrati on

P.D.N.

Gui ded Notes

Whol e Group
Di scussion

Independent Work

Formati ve
-

Squi d Lab P
acket


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor:























Fri

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Formati ve
-


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor:


Week of

12/19
-
12/22/11



Teacher

C. Yourechko


Course
:

Physiology



Day

Anchor
Descriptor

Eligible Content or

Academic Standard

Objective

Strategies for

this lesson

Assessment

Mon.

S11.B.1.1
Explain
structure and
function at multiple

levels of
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 in groups will
outline the respiratory
system using a guided
outline

P.D.N.

Guided Outline

Small Grouping

Formative
-

Respiratory System Ou
tline


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S11.B.1.1
Explain
structure and
function at multiple

levels of
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
function and anatomical
structures of the
respiratory system

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Formative
-

Respiratory Diagrams
and color
coding activity


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S11.B.1.1
Explain
structure and
function at multiple

levels of
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
environmental factors as
well as diseases that
impact the respiratory
system.

P.D.N

Guided Notes

Small Grouping

Whole Grouping

Independent Work

Formative
-


Summative
-
Respiratory Quiz

Connection to Anchor:



Thurs

S11.B.1.1
Explain
structure and
function at multiple

levels of
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
medical testing for the
respiratory system using a
case study analysis

P.D.N

Small Grouping

Whole Group
Discussion

Formative
-

Case Study Analysis


Summative
-

Connection

to Anchor:





















Fri

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Formati ve
-


Summati ve
-

Connection to Anchor: