Week of 12/12/11 Teacher C. Yourechko Course: Biology I (A) Day ...

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12 déc. 2012 (il y a 9 années et 1 mois)

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Week of

12/12/11




Teacher


C. Yourechko


Course
:

Biology I (A)



Day

Anchor Descriptor

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
genetic

engineering,
cloning,

and gene therapy.

Students will complete the
Clone Webquest

P.D.N.

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Notes

Small Grouping

Formative
-

Clone Webquest


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



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 engineering
, trans
-
genics, and gene therapy.

Students will view the
video Extreme Genes and
fill
-
out a questions
worksheet based on the
trans
-
genics discussed in
the video

P.D.N.

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Notes

Whole Group Activity

Formative
-
Extreme Genes Video W
orksheet


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


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 complete the
genetics student and
review in preparation for
the upcoming test.

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Whole Group Activity

Formative
-
Genetics Study Guide

& Review


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 complete the
genetics test assessment

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Formative
-


Summative
-

Genetics Test






















Connection to Anchor:


Fri

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
recombinat
ion 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
will begin
discussing evolutionary
theory.

Students will complete the
chapter 15 section 1
guided reading.

P.D.N.

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Notes

Guided Reading

Formative
-

Chapter 15 Section 1 Guided
Reading


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Week of

12/12/11



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
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
gymnosperms catergory of
plants.

Students will complet the
chapter 22 section 3
guided reading

Students will view “Life in
the Undergrowth”

P.D.N.

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Reading

Video Activity

Formative
-

Chapter 22 Section 3 Guided
Reading and Life in the Undergrowth Video


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S.11.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
Angiosperm category of
plants.

Students will complete the
Chapter 22 section 4
guided reading

P.D.
N

Guided Notes

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Reading


Formative
-

Chapter 22 Section 4 Guided
Reading


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S.11.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 complete the
Plant classification activity

P.D.N.

Small Grouping

Student Research


Formativ
e
-



Summative
-

Plant Classification Activity

Connection to Anchor:



Thurs

S.11.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 complete the
Plant Diversity study
-
guide
and review in preparation
for the upcoming test.

P.D.N.

Independent work

Whole Group
Discusssion

Formative
-

Chapter

22 Study
-
Guide


Summative
-


Connection to Anchor:























Fri

S.11.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 complete the
Plant Diversity test
assessment

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Formative
-



Summative
-

Chapter 22 Test

Connection to Anchor:


Week of

12/12/11



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 can
provide
.

S11.A.2.2.1
Evaluate
appropriate methods,

instruments, and scale for
precise quantitative and
qualitative observations
(e.g. to compare properties
of materials, water quality).

Stude
nts will discuss and
evaluate the composition
and functions of blood

Students will complete the
blood worksheet

P.D.N.

Whole Group
Discussion

Guided Notes

Small Grouping

Formative
-

Blood Worksheet


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:



Tues.

S11.A.2.1
Apply
knowledge

of scientific
investigation or

technological
design to develop
or critique aspects

of the experimental
or design process.

S11.A.2.1.1
Critique the
elements of an experimental
design (e.g. raising
questions, formulating
hypotheses,
developing

procedures, identifying
variables, manipulating

variables, interpreting data,
and drawing conclusions)
applicable to a specific

experimental design.

Students will complete the
dissection of a pig heart
and the associated
worksheet

P.D.N.

Small G
rouping

Formative
-

Heart Dissection


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:


Wed

S11.A.2.1
Apply
knowledge

of scientific
investigation or

technological
design to
develop
or critique aspects

of the experimental
or
design process.

S11.A.2.1.1
Critique the
elements of an experimental
design (e.g. raising
questions, formulating
hypotheses, developing

procedures, identifying
variables, manipulating

variables, interpreting data,
and drawing conclusions)
applicable to a specific

experimental design.

Students wil
l complete the
cardiovascular system
study
-
guide and review for
the upcoming test

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Whole Group
Discussion

Formative
-

Cardiovascular System Study
-
Guide


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor:






















Thurs

S11.A.2.1
Apply
knowledge

of
scientific
investigation or

technological
design to
develop
or critique aspects

of the experimental
or
design process.

S11.A.2.1.1
Critique the
elements of an

experimental design (e.g.
raising questions,

formulating hypotheses,
developing procedures,
identifying variables,
manipulating variables,
interpreting data, and
drawing conclusions)
applicable to a specific

experimental design.

Students will complete the
cardiovascular system test
assessment.

P.D.N.

Independent Work

Formative
-


Summative
-

Cardio
vascular System Test

Connection to Anchor:


Fri

S11.A.2.1
Apply
knowledge

of scientific
investigation or

technological
design to

develop
or critique aspects
of the experimental
or

design process.

S11.A.2.1.1
Critique the
elements of an

experimental
design (e.g.
raising questions,

formulating hypotheses,
developing procedures,
identifying variables,
manipulating variables,
interpreting data, and
drawing conclusions)
applicable to a specific

experimental design.

Students will discuss the
structures and

functions of
the respiratory system.

Students will complete a
guided outline of the
system

P.D.N.

Whole Group
Discussion

Small Grouping

Formative
-

Respiratory System Outline


Summative
-

Connection to Anchor: