Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

6 days

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

I.             What is science and what does it do?

A.    Scientific method – know parts of the scientific method and how it is applied in health and medical fields

                       1.  Identify control and why it’s needed

                       2.  Identify variables – dependent and independent

               B.    Laboratory safety

               C.    Organizational skills for notebook

               D.    Risk assessment and how it applies to the development of drugs and medical procedures

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture on how and what to keep in class notebook.

Lecture and class discussion on scientific method

Lecture and class discussion on limits of science.

Students take notes on lecture (maybe in outline form).

Students will fill out crossword puzzle and work sheet on scientific method

Students will use computer and do activity 1.1 on CD Rom on “Campbells Biology”

Science as a Process: Acid Rain Precipitation – Hypothetic-deductive system

Students will use computers to access internet resources to gather data and then write a three-page research paper on medicine and/or health occupation. 

Lecture and class discussion on laboratory safety and laboratory rules review sheet.   Lab safety test.

Students will do prelab reading and questions on risk and risk assessment. 

Critical Thinking: Use reading and questions set on Investigating Bubonic Plague to guide students through cause

                                and effect, basics of epidemiology.  Have students postulate how and why plagues spread.

Lab:  Risk assessment and probability. 

          Students will determine their own risk in certain activities in which they participate.

 

Aligned Resources:

Handouts on how to organizes notebook.

Over head on scientific method

Use non-dedicated computer lab for internet research on medical/health pioneers  (two-days)

Use library resources for research on medical/health.

Safety laboratory rules sheet. 

Transparencies of Scientific Method

Lab and materials

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Test on lab safety

 

 Grade rubric for research paper on medical or health occupation.

 

 Test on laboratory safety rules.

 

 Grade for lab write-up

 


 



Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

6 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

II.           Orientation to the study of human anatomy and physiology

               A.    Identify and use proper terminology for describing anatomical position of body e.g. dorsal, ventral

               B.    Develop understanding of major characteristic of life

               C.    Develop understanding of homeostasis and negative feedback and mechanism

               D.    Explain and identify biological levels of organization i.e. cells to tissue, tissues to organs

E.    Identify and develop understanding of major organ systems, list the organs found in each, and their primary functions

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form homework).

Lecture and demonstration on skeleton and bones to reinforce anatomical terms.

Lecture on characteristics of life.

Students take notes on lectures (maybe in outline form).

Students will fill out crossword puzzle and work sheet on scientific method

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

 Application: Students will apply their knowledge of levels of organizations to an example outside the human body.  

Critical Thinking: Using terms listed in chapter students will be given a body part and will be required to describe

                                 its  relative position

Critical Thinking: When given a system of the body the students will be asked to go from the simples to most 

                                 complex level of development.

Critical Thinking:  Students will be asked to describe an example of the effects upon body systems when it is      

                                  subject to a less than optimal quantity and quality of its basic environmental requirements.

                                  i.e. dehydration of tissues when water levels are too high; dysfunctional cardiovascular system

                                  when blood pressure falls above or below normal; hypothermia

 Lab:  Uses “Mannequin”, plastic bones, and black line drawing and identification sheets for students to learn

           orientation of the body.  A plastic torso man is also used to remove and then reassemble internal organs.

Lab:  Negative Feedback and Body Temperature Lab

 

Aligned Resources:

Quiz over reading notes

Work sheets and study guide

Black line masters on body regions – at least two different ones

Permission slips that allow students to run stairs for Negative Feedback Lab

Labs and materials (mannequins, oral thermometers, stop watches)

Oral Thermometers

VCR and TV

National Geographic video on the “Human body”

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets and crossword puzzle

 Grade for video review

 Grade for lab write-ups

 Unit test


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

7 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

III.          Basic chemistry

               A.    Atomic structure

               B.    Major types of bonding

               C.    Ions and  Isotopes

               D.    Types of reactions – condensation (synthesis) and dehydration (decomposition)

               E.    pH – acids and bases 

F.    Identification of each of the four main macromolecules by their chemical composition and primary function.

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture and demonstration on basic chemistry (define basic terms and types of bonds) and isotopes used in medicine.

Lecture and demonstration on basic organic chemistry molecules and the subunits they are made up of, giving examples of each type’s usage in the human body.                            

Video review of “Champions at Any Price” film about steroid use in athletes.

Students take notes on lecture (maybe in outline form).

Students will fill out cross word puzzle that uses terms from the chapter

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will fill out worksheet on how much radiation they are exposed to in a year

Guest speaker who talks on use of x-rays and/or speaker to talk about the use of isotopes in medicine.

Critical Thinking:  Ask students to describe the implications when the pH of human blood falls below or

                                  rises above normal ranges.  What is normal pH? 

Lab:  pH Titration Lab will use pH probes to determine the pH of Brine and other substances.

Lab:  Principals of chemistry

 

Aligned Resources:

PH paper and pH probes

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Champions at Any Price video

Video Review

Transparencies of DNA Structure and Types of Chemical Reactions

Labs and materials

                             

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-ups

 Unit test


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

8 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

IV.          Anatomy and physiology of a cell

               A.    Names of cellular organelles

               B.    Function of cellular organelles

               C.    Genetic diseases that effect cells

               D.    Passive transport: Diffusion and Filtration

               E.    Active transport: phagocytoes, pinocytoes, exocytoes

               F.    Cell division: interphase and DNA replication, mitosis, and cytokinesis

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture over cellular organelle structure and function

Students will fill out cross word puzzle that uses terms from the chapter

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will work through power point presentation on mitosis and answer questions.

Reading and questions worksheet on Cystic Fibrosis.

Internet usage and determine reliability of a site’s information

Internet review of sites that show electron microscope pictures of cell organelles..

Work sheets on types of search engines

Critical Thinking:  Ask students to do internet search to find out the process of kidney dialysis, and what is the   

                                 leading cause of kidney diseases. 

Lab:  Review of  Microscope

Lab: Cellular Structure and Function

 

Aligned Resources:

 

Power point presentation on mitosis

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Black line masters of cell and organelles

Handouts and worksheets for determining types of search engines

Use non-dedicated computer lab for internet research on kidney dialysis and kidney failure (1 day)

Use library resources for research on kidney dialysis and kidney failure

Mitosis models

Transparencies of Mitosis

Labs and materials

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-ups

 Unit test


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

11 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

V.           Cellular specialization and introduction to types of cancer

               A.    Identification of cell specialization sequence; blastula, morula, zygote

                B.    What is cancer, what causes it, has is it treated? 

               C.    What is cell death (apoptosis)?

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture and demonstration on cell specialization

Lecture on types of cancer

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will fill out cross word puzzle that uses terms from the chapter

Students will use the internet to find the leading cause of cancer death for men and women.

Critical Thinking:   Ask students to bring to class recent news articles or magazine articles regarding cancer

                                  research.  They should try and answer whether or not we have improved our survival rate for

                                  cancer patients significantly in last ten years. 

Critical Thinking:   Reading and questions on Polio

Special Unit: National Institutes of Health - Cell Biology and Cancer  (7 days)

 

Aligned Resources:

Power point presentation on what is cancer

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Black line master on cell specialization

Use non-dedicated computer lab for internet research on cancer (1 day)

Use computer program and AverKey device for hooking to television to show internet site on cells

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-ups

 Unit test


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

6 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

VI.          Protein synthesis and cellular metabolism

A.    Identify DNA structure and understand concept of nitrogenous base pairing that form genetic code

B.    Identify the stages and understand function of protein synthesis – including transcription, translation, and basic chemical process involved in production of proteins

C.    Understand how DNA only controls proteins synthesis, but it still controls the workings of the rest of the cell

D.    Cellular metabolism – identify the organelles involved in and understand the basic chemical process involved in production of ATP

 

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture and demonstration on DNA structure, protein synthesis, and cellular respiration

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Use videodisc to show protein synthesis drawing.

Lab: Extraction of DNA from Cow Thymus

 

 

Aligned Resources:

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Black line master on DNA synthesis

Lab and materials

Use videodisc to show protein synthesis drawing.

 

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-ups

 Unit test

 


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

 7 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

VII.        Tissues

A.    Identification of the four major types of tissues (epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous function and location in the body

B.    Examination and location of glands and the products that they secrete

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture and overhead review of skin surface, it’s structure and function.                            

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture, overhead, and board notes.

Use computer program ADAM and videodisc on the big screen television for review and checking for concepts knowledge of tissues. 

Use videodisk to review micrographs of different types of tissues.

Critical Thinking:  Have students explain the dire consequences of the healing process when part of the heart

                                 muscle dies

Lab:  Human Tissue Types

 

 

Aligned Resources:

Microscopes and slides of tissue types

A.D.A.M. computer program and AverKey device for hooking to television

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Black line master on tissue types

Video disk , player and television

 

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

 7 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

VIII.       Skin and the integument system

A.    Identification of the four major types of membrane their function and location (serous membrane, synovial membranes, mucous membranes, and cutaneous membranes.                                                                          

B.    Identification of the five types of nerve receptors found in the skin (cold, warmth, touch, deep pressure, pain)

C.    Examination and location of glands and the products that they secrete

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will read and take their own notes on the chapter (maybe in outline form).

Lecture and overhead review of skin surface, it’s structure and function.                            

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture, overhead, and board notes.

Use computer program ADAM and videodisc on the big screen television for review and checking for concepts knowledge. 

Application: Have students  bring in several photographs or pictures depicting a baby(1-3), a child (5- 10), an

                      adolescent(13 – 18), a person in middle age (25- 40), and an elderly (50 and older).  Working in

                      groups  students will be asked make and write down comparison of  skin, nails, and hair.

Critical Thinking:   Have student teams do a single page information bulletin on unusual skin conditions.

Critical Thinking:  Ask students to discuss the irony of the statement” Beauty is only skin deep” in light of the

                                  information learned by studying this chapter objective.

Lab: Lab:  Integumentary System and Forensic Science.

 

 

Aligned Resources:

Microscopes and slides of tissue types

Lab and materials

Reading open note quiz over chapters.    

Work sheets and study guide.

Black line master on tissue types

A.D.A.M. computer program and AverKey device for hooking to television to review tissues

Use Television and video disk to review tissue types

 

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for student skin pamphlet

 Grade for lab write-up

 Unit test

 


 


Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

14 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

IX.          Skeletal System

               A.    Axial system - identify the major bones, articulations, and their functions

               B.    Appendicular system - identify the major bones, articulations, and their functions

               C.    Joints - identify the major bones, articulations, and their functions

               D.    Diseases of the bone

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture and demonstration on bone formation, and bone cells

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Bone labeling and coloring sheets

Review of bones and bone marking using videodisc pictures, and demonstrating area on the bone

Critical Thinking:  Have students find information on Break Bone Fever: what is it, what causes it, what does it do

                                   to children and adults, where is this disease found

Lab:  Students will receive list of bones and bone marking they are to know.

          Then they will break up into lab groups and draw and identify the bones.

 

Aligned Resources:

Videodiscs

Human skeletons

Plastic bones that are disarticulated

Drawing in of bones and labeling them on their own body forms

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

12 days

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

X.           Muscular system

               A.    Muscle cell structure, including the types, identity, and actions of major muscles

               B.    Muscle physiology

               C.    Diseases of the muscular system

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture and demonstration on muscle groups using leg, arm and torso models

Lecture on tendons and ligaments using models

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including coloring sheets

Videodiscs and A.D.A.M. for reviews of muscle groups using television

Lab: Gross observation of skeletal muscle and joint using chicken wings

Lab: Mannequin - the building of muscle groups using clay

Lab: Microscopic examination of skeletal muscle using beef

 

Aligned Resources:

Videodiscs and A.D.A.M. for reviews and television

Coloring sheets

Study guide, crossword puzzles

Labs and lab materials

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

8 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XI.          Nervous system

               A.    Structure and function of neuron , spinal cord and brain

               B.    Impulse transmission of the brain

               C.    Protective mechanisms of the brain

               D.    Diseases of nervous system

 

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture and demonstration on nerve formation

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

 

Nervous system labeling and coloring sheets

Discussion of the effects of drugs and alcohol on brain

Lab: Dissection of a sheep brain

Lab: Human Reflex Physiology

 

Aligned Resources:

Videodiscs and A.D.A.M. for reviews

Coloring sheets of brain

Drawing in of bones and labeling them on their own body forms

Computer lab for internet sources of report

Dissection kits

Disposable gloves

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

10 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XII.        Five senses of the body

               A.    Descriptions, structure, and function of the five senses

               B.    How do you compensate if one of your senses is lost?

               C.    Diseases that effect sight, hearing, taste, smell

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture and demonstration on five senses

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Coloring sheets of inner ear and eyeball

Review of inner ear, and eyeball using videodisc and television

Lab: Hearing and Equilibrium

Lab: Dissection of Cow Eye; Lab on Human Vision

Lab: Sense of Smell

 

Aligned Resources:

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword.

Video on sight  - from Lion’s club

Video National Geographic on The Body’s Special Senses.

Dissection kits

Disposable gloves

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

7 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XIII.       Circulatory system and immune system

               A.    Descriptions, structure, and function of the blood vessels, heart, and immune response

               B.    Composition of the blood

               C.    Diseases that affect circulatory system and immune system    

               D.    Prevention and treatment for  both heart attack and high blood pressure

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture and demonstration on circulation of the heart

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Coloring sheets of circulatory system

Review of circulatory system using videodisc

Lab: Dissection of sheep heart

Lab: Simulated blood typing

Lab: The Heart and Circulation

 

Aligned Resources:

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword

Dissection kits

Disposable glove

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test

 

 


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

5 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XIV.       Endocrine system

               A.    Descriptions, structure and function of the system

               B.    Names and functions of the major hormones

               C.    Description of origin, action, and regulation of hormones

               D.    Diseases that affect this system

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies

Lecture and demonstration on endocrine system

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Critical Thinking: Chart different hormone location and functions

 

Aligned Resources:

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword.

Torso model and transparencies

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

9 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XV.        Reproductive system

               A.    The structure and function of organs within the reproductive system

               B.    Understand the process of differentiation and embryonic development

               C.    Sexually transmitted diseases

               D.    HIV and AIDS

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture on female and male structure and function

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes.

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Video  “Concerning HIV”

Have students do a one page report on different sexual transmitted diseases

Quest Speaker from County Health Department

 

Aligned Resources:

Video on AIDS

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword.

Human torso model

Overhead transparencies

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test

 


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

5 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XVI.       Respiratory system

               A.    The structure and function of organs within the respiratory system

B.    Understand the processes of breathing mechanisms and gas exchange among the blood, lungs, and tissues of the body

C.    Disease of the respiratory tract

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Lecture on structure and function of the respiratory system

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Lab:  Student will determine their lung capacity using volumetric bags

Lab: Dissection of a cow lung

Quest Speaker from American Cancer Society or Asthma Specialist

 

Aligned Resources:

dissection kits

gloves

Cow lung

Volumetric bags

Flow tubes

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword.

Human torso model

Overhead transparencies

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

8 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XVII.     Digestive system

               A.    The structure and function of the organs including in the digestive system

               B.    The chemical and physical processes that result in digestion and absorption of food

               C.    The importance of nutrition and its relationship to good health

               D.    Diseases of the digestive track

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies:

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Lab: Nutrition – food diary

Quest speaker hospital nutritionist

 

Aligned Resources:

Torso model for overall placement of digestive system

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword.

Overhead transparencies

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test


 

Course/Level

 

P.A.S.S. Strand:

 

Time Range

 

 

 

 

 

11th and 12th Grade

Anatomy & Physiology

 

(not applicable)

 

11 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objective (Local, State, National)

 

XVIII.    Diseases, Bacteria and Viruses

               A.    Descriptions of major diseases

               B.    Structure and function of bacteria and viruses that cause disease

               C.    Emerging diseases

 

Suggested Teaching Strategies

Lecture and demonstration on different types of disease

Students will fill out chapter study guide to compliment their lecture and board notes

Students will do crossword puzzle on terms in chapter

Special Unit: National Institute of Health on Emerging diseases

Chart of different bacteria-caused diseases and viral diseases

 

 

Aligned Resources:

Various worksheets and activities for unit review including unit study guide, coloring sheets and crossword

Video on “Understanding Bacteria”

Video on “ Understanding Viruses”

NIH Unit

 

Assessment Sample Format:

 Grade reading quiz over chapter

 Grade for study guide, work sheets, crossword puzzle

 Grade for lab write-up

 Grade for lab particle test

 Unit test