Biology I - Monroe City Schools

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Monroe City School District



Revised Spring 2012




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Scope, Sequence, and Timeline/Curriculum Map


First Nine Weeks




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Vocabulary

Introduction to
Biology

5

SI 1 Write a
testable question or hypothesis
when given a topic (SI
-
H
-
A1)

SI 2 Describe how investigations can be
observation, description, literature survey,
classification, or experimentation (SI
-
H
-
A2)

SI 3 Plan and record
step
-
by
-
step procedures for
a valid investigation, select equipment and
materials, and identify variables and
controls (SI
-
H
-
A2)

SI 4 Conduct an investigation that includes
multiple trials and record, organize, and
display data appropriately (SI
-
H
-
A2)

SI

5 Utilize mathematics, organizational tools,
and graphing skills to solve problems (SI
-
H
-
A3)

SI 6 Use technology when appropriate to
enhance laboratory investigations and
presentations of findings (SI
-
H
-
A3)

SI 7 Choose appropriate models to explain
scie
ntific knowledge or experimental
results (e.g., objects, mathematical
relationships, plans, schemes, examples,
role
-
playing, computer simulations) (SI
-
H
-
A4)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in
Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 1


Biology

Organism

Organization

Development

Growth

Reproduction

Response

Species

Stimulus

Adaptation

Homeostasis



Science

Law

Theory

Peer review

Ethics



21
st

CT


21
st

Century Tools

CR


Constructed Response Tasks

LCC
-

LA Comprehensive Curriculum

NGSS
-
Next Generation Science Standards

STEM


Science Technology Engineering &


Mathematics

McGraw
-
Hill/ConnectED


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Vocabulary

Scientific
Process

5

SI 8 Give an example of how new scientific
data can cause an existing scientific
explanation to be supported, revised, or
rejected (SI
-
H
-
A5)

SI 9 Write and defend a conclusion based on
logical analysis of experimental data
(SI
-
H
-
A6) (SI
-
H
-
A2)

SI 10 Given a description of an experiment,
identify appropriate safety measures
(SI
-
H
-
A7)

SI 11 Evaluate selected theories based on
supporting scientific evidence (SI
-
H
-
B1)

SI 12 Cite evidence that scientific
investigations are conducted for many
differen
t reasons (SI
-
H
-
B2)

SI 13 Identify scientific evidence that has
caused modifications in previously
accepted theories (SI
-
H
-
B2)

SI 14 Cite examples of scientific advances


and emerging technologies and how


they affect

society (e.g., MRI, DN
A in


forensics)

(SI
-
H
-
B3)









Bio Lab


Visualizing Scientific Methods


Mini Lab 2


Lesson: Ch. 1 cont.

Inference

Observation

Scientific method

Experiment

Hypothesis

Constant

Control group

Data

Dependent variable

Experimental group

Independent

variable

Metric system

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Vocabulary

Cellular
Structures &
Functions

4

LS 1 Compare prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
(LS
-
H
-
A1)

LS 2 Identify and describe structural and
functional differences among organelles
(LS
-
H
-
A1)

LS 31 Compare the levels of organization in


the biosphere (LS
-
H
-
E3)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 7

185
-
200

Cell

Cell theory

Plasma membrane

Eukaryotic cell

Prokaryotic cell

Selective
permeability

Fluid mosaic model

Endoplasmic
reticulum

Golgi apparatus

Enzymes

5

LS 3 Investigate and describe the role of
enzymes in the function of a cell (LS
-
H
-
A1)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch.
6

159
-
160

Catalyst

Enzymes

Substrates

Active site

Cellular
Transports

5

LS 4 Compare active and passive cellular
transport (LS
-
H
-
A2)

LS 5 Analyze the movement of water across


a cell membrane in hypotonic, isotonic,


and hypertonic solutions (LS
-
H
-
A2)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Diffusion

Dynamic
equilibrium

Facilitated diffusion

Osmosis

Isotonic solution

Hypotonic solution

Hypertonic so
lution

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Vocabulary





Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 7

201
-
207

Active transport

Endocytosis

exocytosis

Cell
Differentiation

5

LS 6 Analyze a diagram of a developing zygote



to determine when cell differentiation



occurs (LS
-
H
-
A3)




Heredity:
Structural &
Functional
Differences

4

LS 7 Identify the basic structure and function of
nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, RNA) (LS
-
H
-
B1)


Launch La
b

Data Analysis Lab

Mini Lab

Virtual

Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 12

325
-
341

Double helix

Nucleosome

Semiconservative
replication

DNA polymerase

Okazaki fragment

Protein Synthesis

5

LS 8 Describe the relationships among DNA,
genes, chromosomes, and

proteins (LS
-
H
-
B1)



Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 12

325
-
341

RNA

Messenger RNA

Ribosomal RNA

Transfer RNA

Transcription

RNA polymerase

Intron

Exon

Codon

Translation

Gene regulation

Operon

Mutation

mutagen

Performance Based Assessment/Common Assessment







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Vocabulary

Mitosis

4

LS 9 Compare mitosis and meiosis


(LS
-
H
-
B2)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 9

248
-
252

Cell cycle

Interphase

Mitosis

Cytokinesis

Chromosome

Chromatin

Prophase

Sister chromatid

Centromere

Spindle apparatus

Metaphase

Anaphase

telophase

Meiosis

5

LS 9 Compare mitosis and meiosis


(LS
-
H
-
B2)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community

Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 10

270
-
276

Gene

Homologous
chromosome

Gamete

Haploid

Fertilization

Diploid

Meiosis

Crossing over

21
st

CT


21
st

Century Tools

CR


Constructed Response Tasks

LCC
-

LA Comprehensive Curriculum

NGSS
-
Next Generation Science Standards

STEM


Science Technology Engineering &


Mathematics

McGraw
-
Hill/ConnectED


Biology I

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Vocabulary

Mendelian
Genetics

4

LS 11 Calculate the
probability of genotypes and
phenotypes of offspring given the parental
genotypes (LS
-
H
-
B3)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 10

277
-
282

Genetics

Allele

Dominant

Recessi
ve

Homozygous

Heterozygous

Genotype

Law of segregation

Hybrid

Law of independent
assortment


Basic Patterns of
Human
Inheritance

5

LS 10 Analyze pedigrees to identify patterns of
inheritance for common genetic disorders
(LS
-
H
-
B3)


Launch Lab


Data
Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 11

296
-
301

Carrier

Pedigree


Complex
Patterns of
Human
Inheritance

5

LS 11 Calculate the probability of genotypes



and phenotypes of offspring given the



parental genotypes (LS
-
H
-
B3)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Incomplete
dominance

Codominance

Multiple alleles

Epistasis

Sex chromosome

Autosome

Sex
-
linked trait

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Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 11

302
-
310

Polygenic trait

Analyzing
Pedigrees

5

LS 10 Analyze pedigrees to identify patterns of
inheritance for common genetic disorders
(LS
-
H
-
B3)


Launch

Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 11

296
-
310

Karyotype

Telomere

Nondisjunction

Biotechnology

5

LS 12 Describe the processes used in modern
biotechnology related to genetic
engineering (LS
-
H
-
B4) (LS
-
H
-
B1)

LS 13 Identify possible positive and negative






effects of advances in biotechnology




(LS
-
H
-
B4) (LS
-
H
-
B1)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in
Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 13

363
-
371

Genetic engineering

Genome

Restriction enzyme

Gel electrophoresis

Recombinant DNA

Plasmid

DNA ligase

Transformation

Cloning

Polymerase chain
reaction

Transgenic
organism



Review/Semester Assessments










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Scope, Sequence, and Timeline/Curriculum Map


Third Nine Weeks




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Resources



Vocabulary

Theories of
Evolution

5

LS 14 Analyze evidence on biological evolution,
utilizing descriptions of existing
investigations, computer models, and fossil
records (LS
-
H
-
C1)

LS 15 Compare the embryological


development of animals in different


phyla (LS
-
H
-
C1) (LS
-
H
-
A
3)

LS 16 Explain how DNA evidence and fossil
records support Darwin’s theory of
evolution (LS
-
H
-
C2)

LS 17 Explain how factors affect gene frequency
in a population over time (LS
-
H
-
C3)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community
Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 15

423
-
441

Derived trait

Ancestral trait

Homologous
structure

Vestigial structure

Analogous structure

Embryo

Biogeography

Fitness

Camouflage

Mimicry

Taxonomy,
Dichotomous
Key, Cladogram

4

LS 18 Classify organisms from different


kingdoms at several taxonomic levels,


using a dichotomous key (LS
-
H
-
C4)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 17

484
-
498

Classification

Taxonomy

Binomial
nomenclature

Taxon

Phylogeny

Character

Molecular clock

Cladistics

C
ladogram


21
st

CT


21
st

Century Tools

CR


Constructed Response Tasks

LCC
-

LA Comprehensive Curriculum

NGSS
-
Next Generation Science Standards

STEM


Science Technology Engineering &


Mathematics

McGraw
-
Hill/ConnectED


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Resources



Vocabulary

Kingdom’s and
Life Cycles

4

LS 19 Compare characteristics of the major


kingdoms (LS
-
H
-
C5)

LS 20 Analyze differences in life cycles of



selected organisms in each of the



kingdoms (LS
-
H
-
C6)






Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson:
Ch. 17

499
-
503

Archaea

Protest

Fungus


Viruses

5

LS 21 Compare the structures, functions, and
cycles of viruses to those of cells (LS
-
H
-
C7)

LS 22 Describe the role of viruses in causing
diseases and conditions (e.g., AIDS,
common colds, smallpox,
influenza, warts)
(LS
-
H
-
C7) (LS
-
H
-
G2)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 18

525
-
531

Virus

Capsid

Lytic C
ycle

Lysogenic C
ycle

Retrovirus

Prion

Cycles of Matter

5

LS 23
Illustrate the flow of carbon, nitrogen,


and water through an ecosystem


(LS
-
H
-
D1) (SE
-
H
-
A6)

ESS 2. Trace the flow of heat energy through the



processes in
the water cycle (ESS
-
H
-
A1)

ESS 13. Explain how stable elements and ato
ms


are recycled during natural geologic


processes (ESS
-
H
-
B1)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual La
b


Matter

Nutrient

Biogeochemical
C
ycle

Nitrogen f
ixation

Denitrification

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ESS 15. Identify the sun
-
driven processes that


move substances at or near Earth’s


surface (ESS
-
H
-
B2)


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 2

45
-
49


Flow of Energy
in Ecosystem

5

LS 25
Evaluate the efficiency of the flow of
energy and matter through a food
chain/pyramid (LS
-
H
-
D2)

ESS 1. Describe what happens to the solar


energy received by Earth every day


(ESS
-
H
-
A1)


Launch La
b

Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 2

41
-
44

Autotroph

Heterotroph

Herbivore

Carnivore

Omnivore

Detritivore

Trophic level

Food chain

Food web

Biomass

Populations &
Limiting Factors

5

LS 26 Analyze the dynamics of a population
with and without limiting factors


(LS
-
H
-
D3)

LS 27 Analyze positive and negative effects


of human actions on ecosystems


(LS
-
H
-
D4) (SE
-
H
-
A7)

ESS 3. Describe the effect of natural insulat
ion on


energy transfer in a closed system (ESS
-
H
-
A1)






Launch La
b

Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch.
4

92
-
105

Population density

Dispersion

Density
-
independent
factor

Density
-
dependent
factor

Population growth
rate

Emigration

Immigration

Carrying capacity

Demography

Demographic
transition

Zero population
growth

Age structure

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Vocabulary

Cellular Energy

5

LS 28 Explain why ecosystems require a


continuous input of energy from the


Sun (LS
-
H
-
E1)

LS 29 Use balanced equations to analyze the
relationship between photosynthesis and
cellular respiration (LS
-
H
-
E1)

LS 30 Explain the role of aden
osine


triphosphate (ATP) in a cell (LS
-
H
-
E2)



Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 8

221,222, 228

Adenosine
triphosphate (ATP)

Anaerobic process

Aerobic
respiration

Aerobic process

Human Body

Personal and
Community
Health

10

LS 32 Analyze the interrelationships of organs in
major systems (LS
-
H
-
F1) (LS
-
H
-
E3)

LS 33 Compare structure to function of organs in
a variety of organisms


(LS
-
H
-
F1)

LS 34
Explain how body systems maintain
homeostasis (LS
-
H
-
F2)

LS 39 Compare the functions of the basic
components of the human immune system
(LS
-
H
-
G3)


LS 37 Explain how fitness and health
maintenance can result in a longer human
life span (LS
-
H
-
G1)

LS 38 Discus
s mechanisms of disease
transmission and processes of infection
(LS
-
H
-
G2) (LS
-
H
-
G4)


Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Unit 9

Integumentary
system

Skeletal system

Muscular system

Nervous system

Circulatory system

Respiratory system

Excretory system

Digestive system

Endocrine system

Reproductive
systems

Immune system









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Timeline/Curriculum Map


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Resources



Vocabulary

Animal Behavior

5

LS 35 Explain how selected organisms respond
to a variety of stimuli (LS
-
H
-
F3)

LS 36 Explain how behavior affects the survival


of
species (LS
-
H
-
F4)


Launch La
b

Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 31

906
-
915

Behavior

Innate behavior

Fixed action pattern

Learned behavior

Habituation

Classical
conditioning

Operant
conditioning

Imprinting

Cognitive behavior

Absolute and
Relative Dating
of Fossils

5

LS 17 Explain how factors affect gene frequency
in a population over time (LS
-
H
-
C3)

LS 18 Classify organisms from different


kingdoms at several taxonomic levels,


using a dichotomous key (LS
-
H
-
C4)

LS 22 Describe the role of viruses in causing
diseases and conditions (e.g., AIDS,
common colds, smallpox, influenza, warts)
(LS
-
H
-
C7) (LS
-
H
-
G2)


Launch La
b

Data Analysis
Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 14

392
-
400

Fossil

Paleontologist

Relative dating

Law of
superposition

Radiometric dating

Half
-
life

Geologic time scale

Epoch

Period

Era

Eon

Cambrian explosion

K
-
T

boundary

Plate tectonics

21
st

CT


21
st

Century Tools

CR


Constructed Response Tasks

LCC
-

LA Comprehensive
Curriculum

NGSS
-
Next Generation Science Standards

STEM


Science Technology Engineering &


Mathematics

McGraw
-
Hill/ConnectED


Biology I

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TOPIC


Days


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Resources



Vocabulary

EOC Prep

10





Biochemistry

10



Launch Lab


Data Analysis Lab


Mini Lab


Virtual Lab


Community Connection


Concepts in Motion/Animations


Lesson: Ch. 6

147
-
171

Atom

Element

Compound

Covalent bond

Ionic bond

Vander Waals force

Chemical re
a
ction

Catalyst

Hydrogen bond

Solution

Solvent

Solute

pH

B
uffer

M
acromolecule

P
olymer

L
ipid

A
mino acid

N
ucleic acid

N
ucleotide







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