Lesson Instructions for Biology 1 Honors - Volusia Academies

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Career Academy Integrated Unit Plan


Academy Name
:

Health Services Academy


School
:

Deltona High School


Created
:

Spring
2012

Created
B
y
:

A
lisha

Kellett, L
aura

Hood, M
elanie

Jenkins, N
orma

Faria
,
Lori Wickham,
S
heila

Cruz



Integrated
Unit

Plan Title:

Legal and Ethical Issues



Courses

to integrate
:

Medical Skills & Services, Biology 1 Honors, Health Science 2, Chemistry 1 Honors
, Health Science
1, English
III

Honors, Emergency Medical Responder 3, and English
IV

Honors

Grade Level:

9
th
-
1
2
th

Timeline & Duration:

throughout the school year (depending on course curriculum maps)


Unit

Summary:

Throughout the school year,
legal matters and
medical ethics will be defined in each course
.
Included
topics will integrate how
legal matter
s

and
medical ethics
are

viewed

as a system of moral principles that apply values and
judgments to the practice of medicine. Students will explore the
legal issues and
medical ethics used behind the process
when introducing a new drug/product/device to the mark
et
, how patients are impacted, and the diseases/disorders
associated with genetics
, how literature includes legal and ethical issues, etc
. Students will also evaluate the impact of
biotechnology on the individual, society, and the environment, including m
edical and ethical issues.






Overview of Courses and
Unit
Integration:

Course

Activity

Activity

Activity

Medical Skills & Services

Legal/Ethical Unit Lecture
and
scenarios

Chromosome matching
activity and discussion

Research time and creat
ion
of
a
t
-
shirt

design for an
assigned genetic disease

Health Science 2

Students will define medical
ethics and how it can be
viewed as a system of moral
principles that apply values
and judgments to the
practice of medicine

Write a letter discussing the
pros/con
s on 10 various
topics


Timeline Activity and
research time

Ad
vanced Directives
discussion

Health Science 1

AIDS discussion

Watch the movie
“Philadelphia”

Advanced Directives
intermediate discussion

Emer. Medical Responder 3

Le
g
al/Ethical essay
regarding

family presence
during CPR at the bedside

Advanced Directives
professional discussion

Research/Data collection for
Senior Exit Project

Biology 1 Honors

Genetics
l
ecture

to include
the medical and ethical
issues due to biotechnology
;
Genetic Engineering v
ideo

Genetic Disease Topic and
Project Assigned; Tri
-
board/Poster Presentation

Cl
oning A
rticle and small
cooperative learning groups
discussion; report findings
and opinions to the class

Chemistry 1 Honors

“Serendipity”
lecture
including the
medical
impli
cations and how data
manipulation can still
produce effective outcomes

Creation of a pamphlet

or
brochure focused on patient
education


English
III

Honors

Students will read “The
Yellow Wallpaper”

Writing/Paper/Visual of
some sort???


English
IV

Honors

Students will read “Othello”

Senior Exit Project: Hot
topics in medicine

Research/Data collection


















Lesson Instructions for
Medical Skills & Services
:


Standards (
Performance Tasks

or
Course Frameworks

or Sunshine State Standards ):

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

“C”

Instructions to Teacher:

Complete the Legal/Ethical unit and discussion. Utilize scenarios for class discussion starters
and student input/engagement. Complete the chromosome matching activity illustrating how genetics
play a role in
legal/ethical decision
-
making. Creation of a “t
-
shirt” displaying their genetic disease.


Instructions to Students:

Students will participate in a class discussion/lecture on legal/ethical issues in healthcare.
Students will work in small

groups to discuss scenarios and how they would handle each scenario. Genetics play a factor
in legal/ethical decision
-
making, so they will complete a chromosome matching activity (cut and paste or online)

to visually
see how altered chromosomes can creat
e an abnormal “person”. Finally, students will make a “t
-
shirt” displaying their
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Instructions for
Student Accommodations:

Students will be able to work in small groups/partners, receive additiona
l
support from their ESE contact and teacher, extended time may be granted (if necessary), and any other necessary
accommodations.


Assessment for Activity:

Correctly matching the chromosomes for the karyotype activity.

Creating and completing the
genetic disease “t
-
shirt” and wearing it during the school day properly displaying the requirements.



Approximate Length of Time for Activity:
A full week minimum.


Materials Needed:
Lecture material, scenarios, chromosome

matching activity or Internet access with computers, t
-
shirt
creation materials


Resources Needed:


Internet access/website for the

chromosome matching activity
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/begin/traits/karyotype/


Attachments:

Kellett
-
Chromosome Matching Activity, Kellett
-
Chromosome Matching Activity Template, Kellett
-
LE
Scenario Practice
,





Lesson Instructions for

Health Science 2
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

SC.912.N.1.1; SC.912.L.16.10; MA.912.F.4.7, 4.8; MA.912.D.6.2,6.3,6.4

06.07, 06.08, 08.01, 08.10, 08.11, 08.12, 08.16


Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

D

Instructions to Teacher:



Students will research the discipline and medical ethics involved in clinical

settings. Teachers can d
i
scuss the philosophy,
history, and how society views its implications.
Students will research the process of bringing a new drug/product/device
into the market. This shall include: drug discovery/product/device development, pre
-
clinical research
(microorganisms/animals) and clinical trials (on humans). Few people still refer to the drug development as mere
preclinical development.


Instructions to Students:


Students will research and discuss medical ethics in clinical settings. Students can locate articles and inform the class of

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Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Provide topics/suggestions/idea for presentations

Research time provided via computer lab.


Assessment for Activity:



Essay and
timeline


10 minutes max
-

100 points
(50 CHEM/50 HEALTH)


Approximate Length of Time for Activity:


Materials Needed:
Computers with Internet access
, poster board or appropriate paper for timeline creation, notebook
paper for essay
.


Resources Needed:

Computers
and Medical Ethics Lecture/Discussion


Attachments:



























Lesson Instructions for
Health Science 1
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

Instructions to
Teacher:



Instructions to Students:



Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Assessment for Activity:



Approximate Length of Time for Activity:


Materials Needed:


Resources Needed:


Attachments:



















Lesson Instructions for
Emergency Medical Responder 3
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

Instructions to Teacher:



Instructions to Students:



Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Assessment for Activity:



Approximate Length of Time for Activity:


Materials Needed:


Resources Needed:


Attachments:



















Lesson Instructions for
Biology 1 Honors
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine
State Standards ):


SC.912.N.1.1 & SC.912.L.16.10

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

“B”

Instructions to Teacher:



Define biotechnology and explain that it has been around for centuries such as using microorganisms to make bread and
cheese. Explain that
today; biotechnology is used in medicine, agriculture, forensic science, and many other fields.
Discuss the benefits and biological risks. Explain DNA technology and genetic engineering. Have students form groups to
discuss genetic information privacy b
y reacting to questions such as:



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Instructions to Students:


Students will be exposed to new vocabulary and PowerPoint slides on biotechnology, Human Genome Project, Genetic
Engineering and Genetic Screening. Students will be given newspaper and scientific journal ar
ticles and discuss personal
and scientific ethics
; specifically “Whose Life Is It”.
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Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Students will be able to work in small groups and if necessary may receive consultation assistance through their respective
departments.

Teacher will also be available for any assistance.


Assessment for Activity:



Presentations/Debate and printed answers from Webquest


Approximate Length of Time for Activity:


Materials Needed:


PowerPoint, hard copies of articles,
computer/internet access


Resources Needed:


Textbook and computer


Attachments:

DNA technology PowerPoint, Presentation rubric, Debate rubric
, Cloning Article





















Lesson Instructions for
Chemistry 1 Honors
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

SC.912.N.1.1 ; SC.912.N.1.3 ; SC.912.N.1.4 ; SC.912.N.1.5 ; SC.912.N.1.6 ; SC.912.N.2.5 ; SC.912.N.4.1 ;
SC.912.N.4.2 ; LA.910.2.2.3 ; MA.912.S.1.2 ; MA.912.S.3.2 ; SC.912.L
.17.10


Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

D


Instructions to Teacher:


1.

Students will conduct experiments and write a formal lab report. In the lab report students will analyze data, graph,
and interpret their findings.

2.

Students will research the process of
bringing a new drug/product/devise into the market. Including:
drug
discovery/product/devise development, pre
-
clinical research (microorganisms/animals) and clinical trials (on
humans). (Few people still refer to the drug development as mere preclinical de
velopment.)

3.

Discuss how Serendipity

is the basis of many important accidental scientific discoveries and its medical/scientific
ethics implications.



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Instructions to Students:


1.

Students will research and present to the class the process of bringing a new drug/product/devise into the market.
Including:
drug discovery/product/devise development, pre
-
clinical research (microorganisms/animals) and clinical
trials (on humans). (Few people still refer to the drug development as mere preclinical development.)

2.

Students will research and present to the class how Serendipity

is the basis of many important accidental scientific


discoveries and its medical/scien
tific ethics implications. Student will do the following for:


*Health Science: Written Essay (timeline incorporate....... need to see what specifics are to be

done in
-
class)


*Chemistry Honors: PowerPoint Presentation Students will create a Tri
-
fold brochure or pamphlet focused on


patient education

to include:



Discuss how
serendipity is the basis of many important accidental scientific discoveries.



Discussion on

how important data collection and analysis/manipulation can produce effective outcomes.



Discuss how professional ethics is important to produce unbiased data.



Discussion on the impact and how it has changed healthcare



Students will be given a topic to com
plete their research and focus on the medical/scientific implications (see




lesson/assessments instructions).



Students will display a timeline.... tie impact and relevance on society/healthcare for Health Science II.



Students will cre
ate a Tri
-
fold brochure/pamphlet focused on patient education to illustrate their research.



Instructions for Student Accommodations:
Accommodations provided, as needed, per 504/IEP paperwork.

Students
will work in groups of 2
-
3 during lab
experimentation, but lab report writing is to be done individually.

Provide topics/suggestions/idea for presentations.


Assessment for Activity:

Students will construct a Tri
-
fold brochure/pamphlet (using Publisher) focused on patient
education for their

given topic. Brochure/pamphlet will include the following:


Dates of discoveries


How and who discovered it


What was the original idea


Curious facts


How does the discovery affect us and the healthcare industry


Has it changed through time


What are th
e personal, medical and scientific ethics behind the discovery


Visuals

Presentation: 10 minutes max
-

100 points
(50 CHEM/50 HEALTH)


Approximate Length of Time for Activity:
Approximately 1 week for brochure completion


Materials Needed:
Computer,
Internet, Projector, Lab Space


Resources Needed:

Computer with internet access and printer capabilities
, Lab Report Slideshow/Powerpoint


Attachments:

See Faria
-
Serendipity Topics
,
Faria
-
Presentation Rubric
, Faria
-
Lab Report
, Faria
-
Lab Report Rubric,
Faria
-
Lab Report Slideshow














Lesson Instructions for
English
III

Honors
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

Instructions to Teacher:



Instructions to Students:



Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Assessment for Activity:



Approximate Length of Time for Activity:


Materials Needed:


Resources Needed:


Attachments:



















Lesson Instructions for
English
IV

Honors
:


Standards (Performance Tasks or Course Frameworks or Sunshine State Standards ):

Writing Process / Writing Application / Communication

Rigor & Relevance (quadrant):

Instructions to Teacher:

Introduce the research topic, which concerns legal and ethical issues in the health/science field.
Discuss the use of individual rubrics and how students will be assessed.


Instructions to Students:

The student will: use pre
-
writing strategies to generate ideas and formulate a plan, write a draft
appropriate to the topic (legal/ethical health issues), audience, and purpose. The student will revise and refine the draft
for
clarity and effectiveness.

The student will edit and correct the draft for standard language conventions. The student will
write a final product for the intended audience. The student develops and demonstrates persuasive writing that is used for
the purpose of influencing the rea
der. The student engages in the writing process and writes to communicate ideas and
experiences. The student effectively applies listening and speaking strategies.



Instructions for Student Accommodations:


Assessment for Activity:

Summative assess
ments for final paper, visual aid, and presentation


Approximate Length of Time for Activity:
One quarter


Materials Needed:
Various informational pieces of text. Students will also need various materials for completion of the
visual aid.


Resources
Needed:

Students will utilize resources found in the media center. Students will rely on the teacher and the
media specialist to assist students in finding resources. In addition, students will locate resources via the internet and t
he
public library.


Attachments:

Rubrics are attached: (1) Cruz
-
Research

Topics, (2) Cruz
-
Senior Resear
ch Presentation Rubric

Page 1
,
and
(
3
) Cruz
-
Senior Research Rubric

Page 2
.