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COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to give the student a more challenging and in-depth experience of the North Carolina Standard Course of study in Biology. Chapter references are from: Prentice Hall: Biology: 2005

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Discuss the design of a scientific investigation. (Chapter 1) Safety procedures Introduce the vocabulary for the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life. (Chapter 7) Lab safety discussion and practice review Matter Homeostasis Themes, and Vocabulary (Chapter 7)

Do the students understand the concept of graphing?

1.02 H - Design and conduct Fox, grain, scientific investigations to chicken problem answer biological questions.

How is structure related to function?

Goal 2: The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life.

Use the K-W components of a K-W-L chart. Word/Person match (word to definition)

What are some potential hazards that can occur in lab? How does the body maintain homeostasis?

1.04 Apply safety procedures in the lab and in field studies. 2.03 Investigate and analyze the cell as a living system including:

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Quiz on proper safety procedures Real life examples of homeostasis

Maintenance of homeostasis. Movement of materials.

Qualitative and quantitative pH Lab on household substances, using pH and litmus papers.

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Chemical processes and mechanisms of cells (Chapter 7) Organic Compounds (Chapter 2)

How do organisms maintain homeostasis in changing conditions? How is differentiation in structure of organic molecules significant?

H - Relate the properties of water to cell membranes and functions. Regulation of osmotic pressure within the human body.

1.05 Analyze reports of scientific investigations from an informed, scientifically literate viewpoints.

Build models of the organic compounds

2.01 Compare and contrast the structure and functions of the following organic molecules:

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2.01 H - Hydrolysis and condensation reactions. Structure and function of cellulose and phospholipids in organisms.

Carbohydrates. Proteins. Lipids. Nucleic acids

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Organic compound Lab (Chapter 2)

What are the indicators for each organic compound?

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The structure and function of the cell organelles (Chapter 7)

How do the differing structures of cells relate to specialized functions?

2.01 Compare and contrast the structure and functions of the following organic molecules: * Carbohydrates * Proteins * Lipids. * Nucleic acids 2.02 Investigate and describe the structure and functions of cells including:

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Organic Compound lab

Cell booklet or model (students will complete an independent assignment developing a cell that represents a eukaryotic organism) Cell video Examine prokaryotic and eukaryotic diagrams Draw and label the cell organelles

Cell organelles. Cell specialization. Communication among cells within an organism

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The Cell and organelles (Chapter 7)

How can models be used to explain observations?

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Cell Projects Due (Chapter 7)

Presentation of each project. How is structure related to function? How does the surface area to volume ratio of cells affect diffusion rates? How is the visibility of a specimen enhanced?

2.02 H - ER, Golgi, lysosome, and cytoskeleton 2.02 H - Scientists, cell theory: Brown, Leeuwenhoek, Schleiden, Schwann, Virchow, and Just. 2.02 H - Connect cell communication with cell specialization. 2.02 H - Make microscopic measurements and compare the SEM and TEM scopes. 2.02 H - Make microscopic measurements and compare the SEM and TEM scopes.

Cell surface area to volume activity

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Proper usage of the microscope (Chapter 7) Microscope Lab Observe prepared slides of different cell types (Chapter 7) Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Explain the importance of water to cells. Osmosis and Diffusion (Chapter 7)

Microscope Lab Pond water lab Prepare a wet mount of an onion and cheek cell MicroViewer with a question guide DVD visual of cells

What are the properties of water? How are materials transported into and out of cells?

2.02 Investigate and describe the structure and functions of cells including:

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Microscope Lab The Egg Lab with vinegar and sugar Dialysis tubing lab (starch, iodine etc) Osmosis-Diffusion Lab

Cell organelles. Cell specialization.

Communication among cells within an organism

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Cell Transport (Chapter 7)

How do systems maintain equilibrium?

2.02 Investigate and describe the structure and functions of cells including:

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Video enhancement

Cell organelles. Communication among cells within an organism

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Lab with dialysis tubing, starch, and iodine Potato Sucrose Lab (Chapter 7)

Predict the changes that may occur with the two labs. What types of biological investigations do and do not typically have controls?

2.02 Investigate and describe the structure and functions of cells including:

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Dialysis tubing lab (starch, iodine etc) Osmosis-Diffusion Lab

Cell specialization

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Enzyme lecture A 15-minute video on enzymes

Which potatoes demonstrate turgor pressure and plasmolysis? How does the structure of the enzyme active site affect its function

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Saltine Cracker Lab Elodea lab Potato Lab Enzyme cut-out

2.04 Investigate and describe the structure and function of enzymes and explain their importance in biological systems Investigate and describe the structure and function of enzymes and explain their importance in biological systems. 2.05 Investigate and analyze the bioenergetic reaction of photosynthesis. 2.05 H - Light-dependent vs. light independent reactions. 2.05 Investigate and analyze the bioenergetic reactions:

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(Chapter 2) Enzyme Lab(s) (Chapter 2)

What happens when heat is added to the enzyme reaction? Identify the reactants and products. How are the reactions in respiration and photosynthesis related?

Liver/peroxide demo

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Photosynthesis (Chapter 8)

Photosynthesis Plant Pigments Lab- Kit Investigate the factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis. Inquiry demo with yeast and a sugar (balloon demo)

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Cellular Respiration (Chapter 9)

Identify the reactants and products.

Aerobic Respiration

2.04 H - Glycolysis, Kreb's, ETC

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Fermentation Chemosynthesis (Chapter 9)

How can you determine if apple juice ferments?

2.05 Investigate and analyze the bioenergetic reactions:

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Anaerobic Respiration. Photosynthesis.

Muscle Fatigue discussion

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Continue Photosynthesis and Respiration (Chapters 8 & 9)

How do the reactants and products of both processes compare?

2.05 Investigate and analyze the bioenergetic reactions. * Aerobic Respiration. * Photosynthesis.

Use text support Diagrams

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Goal 2 Review

Review all objectives for Goal 2.

Goal 2: The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life.

Mixed style of review jeopardy

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GOAL 2 TEST

Demonstrate mastery of Goal 2. Review objectives from Goal 5 and 4.05.

Competency Goal 2 objectives Goal 5: The learner will develop an understanding of the ecological relationships among organisms. 4.05 Analyze the broad patterns of animal behavior as adaptations to the environment.

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Thinking questions with applications in the EOC format. Compare and contrast learned and innate behaviors. Mixed style of review.

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Review for benchmark test on goals 2, 5, and 4.05. Review for benchmark test on goals 2, 5, and 4.05.

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Review objectives from Goal 2.

Mixed style of review.

Innate behavior. Learned behavior. Social behavior. Higher order thinking questions with applications included in the EOC format. Model Lab of DNA

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Benchmark Test for Goals 2, 4.05, and 5

Midyear Assessment

Goal 2: The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life. See above Goal 3: The learner will develop an understanding of the continuity of life and the changes of organisms over time.

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DNA and Replication (Chapter 12)

How can models be used to explain observations? How is structure related to function?

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DNA Replication and hydrogen bonds. (Chapter 12) Protein Synthesis (Chapter 12)

How does DNA replicate? How is an amino acid determined?

How does transcription occur?

3.01 H - Contribution of Franklin, Wilkins, Chargaff, and Watson, Crick mutations. 3.01Analyze the molecular basis of heredity/DNA.

Strawberry DNA Extraction Lab. United Streaming video Protein Synthesis kit model Protein synthesis skit

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Resume protein synthesis (Chapter 12)

What are the steps of protein synthesis?

What are the ramifications to the organisms if these processes (DNA replication, protein synthesis and gene regulation) go wrong? What happens to the chromosome number during Mitosis? How does gene regulation lead to cell specialization? What happens to the chromosome number during Meiosis? How does one single cell with a set number of chromosomes become thousands of different types of cells in mature multi-cellular organisms? How are patterns of inheritance recognized? How do patterns contribute to organization?

1.05 Analyze reports of scientific investigations from an informed, scientifically literate viewpoints. 3.01Analyze the molecular basis of heredity/DNA.

Investigate transcription and translation

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Characteristics of asexual reproduction with Mitosis (Chapter 10)

3.02 Compare and contrast the characteristics of asexual and sexual reproduction.

Display diagrams of mitosis and place them into the correct order. Cell division Lab Microscope slides of mitosis and meiosis

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Characteristics of sexual reproduction with Meiosis (Chapter 11)

3.02 Compare and contrast the characteristics of asexual and sexual reproduction.

Display diagrams of meiosis and place them into the correct order. Flip chart activity (cut and paste)

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Mendel and patterns of inheritance. (Chapter11)

3.03 Interpret and use the laws of probability to predict patterns of inheritance 3.03 H - Dihybrid crosses.

Monohybrid punnett squares Mendel Video

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Continue with patterns of inheritance. (Chapter 11)

What is the ratio for a dihybrid cross between two heterozygotes? How can we simulate a model illustrating the principle of independent assortment while supporting the probability of a dihybrid heterozygous cross? When is a testcross useful? Who is Charles Drew?

3.03 H - Interpretation of pea experiments that led to Mendel's Principles.

Dihybrid punnett squares Corn counting lab

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Testcross (Chapter 14) Blood typingpage 344 Sex-linked traitspage 350 Polygenic traitspage 395-396

3.03 H - Genetic testing: blood tests, ultrasound, amniocentesis, and chorionic villi sampling.

Problem-Solving Lab ABO and Rh synthetic blood typing lab -kit

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Codominance (pg. 272) Incomplete dominance-(pg. 272) Pedigrees(pg.342-343) Variation occurs because of the alleles passed from parent to child. (Chapter 11)

How is codominance expressed in humans?

3.03 Interpret and use the laws of probability to predict patterns of inheritance

ABO blood lab application example

Why do people look a little different, even those related? How do allelic frequencies change over time in response to natural conditions?

1.02 H - Design and conduct scientific investigations to answer biological questions

United Streaming Bean count/ measurement and graphing lab or grasshopper leg measurement lab

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Human disorders (Chapter 14)

Which human disorder is dominant? How does change impact systems?

3.04 Assess the impact of advances in genomics on individuals and society.

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Solve punnett square problems for the disorders. Human disorder project with writing assessment

Human genome project. Applications of biotechnology.

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Human disorders (Chapter 14)

Where are the autosomal chromosomes located?

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Genetics review What is the language of genetics?

3.04 H - Research genetic diversity in human populations; analysis of ancestry based on genetic patterns; reproductive cloning; restrictions maps. 3.01-3.05 The learner will develop an understanding of the continuity of life and the changes of organisms over time.

3.04 Assess the impact of advances in genomics on individuals and society. *Applications of biotechnology. 3.04 Assess the impact of advances in genomics on individuals and society. * Human genome project.

Examine various karyotypes Human disorder project with writing assessment Human disorder project with writing assessment

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Recombinant DNA (Chapter 13)

How can transgenic organisms be used to help humans?

Paper/Plasmid lab Human disorder project with writing assessment

CLONE Video Magazine article(s) for discussion

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Cloning Transgenic organisms Pharmaceutical (insulin)

What are the ethical implications of biotechnology?

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(Chapter 13) Applications of biotechnology: a crime scene (Chapter 13)

Human disorder project with writing assessment

How has modern technology allowed scientists to develop more sophisticated schemes for classification? How are molecules separated during this technique? 3.04 Assess the impact of advances in genomics on individuals and society. * Applications of biotechnology 1.05 Analyze reports of scientific investigations from an informed, scientifically literate viewpoint including considerations of:

· · · · Appropriate sample. Adequacy of experimental controls. Replication of findings. Alternative interpretations of the data.

Crime Scene lab Parental Study mini-lab Mega Bucks lab

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Applications of DNA fingerprinting (Chapter 13)

What are the advantages and disadvantages of simplicity vs. complexity in cellular/organism structure and function?

Part of Goal 3

3.04 Assess the impact of advances in genomics on individuals and society.

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Crime Scene DNA fingerprinting Kit Current events and Demo Visual/electronic demo

Mixed reviews

Human genome project. Applications of biotechnology.

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GOAL 3 TEST 3.01-3.04

Demonstrate mastery of objectives.

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The theory of evolution Patterns of evolution Variations (Chapter 15)

What were the contributions of Redi, Pasteur, and Miller and Urey to evolution? How is the evolution of an organism a measure of its success in its environment?

Review objectives 3.01-3.04 Goal 3: Develop an understanding of the continuity of life and the changes of organisms over time 3.05 Examine the development of the theory of evolution by natural selection including: *Development of the theory. *The origin and history of life. *Fossil and biochemical evidence. *Mechanisms of evolution. *Applications (pesticide and antibiotic resistance).

Higher order thinking questions with applications in the EOC format.

Text book support Video series In-Class investigation and presentation of Redi, Pasteur, etc.

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Darwin Natural selection. (Chapter 15)

How do variations support natural selection?

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Classification Evolutionary relationships (Chapter 18)

What are the methods used to classify organisms? How does pesticide and antibiotic resistance support the principle of natural selection?

3.05 H *Scientific controversy *Endosymbiotic hypothesis *Gradual vs. punctuated equilibrium *Reproductive isolation *The rate of evolution 3.05 Examine the development of the theory of evolution by natural selection including:

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Voyage to the Galapagos Islands with a video enhancement guide.

Internet activity-current events of antibiotic/pesticide resistance etc. Discussion

The origin and history of life.

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Linnaeus 6 Kingdoms (Chapter 18)

How can a classification key used to name organisms? What tools do scientists use to study diversity?

4.01 Analyze the classification of organisms according to their evolutionary relationships:

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Utilize a dichotomous key to identify organisms.

The historical development and changing nature of classification systems.

Create a dichotomous key.

4.01 H - Creation of a dichotomous key. Explore phylocode controversy. 4.01 Analyze the classification of organisms according to their evolutionary relationships. Similarities and differences among the eukaryotic kingdoms: Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals.

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Various organism kingdoms: Plants, Fungi, Protists, and Monera (Chapter 19-25)

What are the distinguishing characteristics of each kingdom? What factors influence diversity?

Construct a table to identify the unique characteristics for each kingdom. Observe representative organisms from different phyla and categorize them based upon observable characteristics. Observe representative organisms from different phyla Classify organisms using keys.

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Various organisms in the kingdom of Animalia (Chapter 26-32)

What are the major phyla of the animal kingdom?

4.01 Similarities and differences in animal kingdom. 1.03 Formulate and revise scientific explanations and models of biological phenomena using logic and evidence to. 4.03 H ­ Assess, describe and explain adaptations affecting survival and reproductive success. * Disease transmission * Epidemiology * Types of viruses

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Viruses (Chapter 19) Immune system (Chapter 40)

How do viruses compare to living organisms? What characteristics of viruses and microorganisms result in epidemic/pandemic outbreaks of diseases?

Compare the past and present history of epidemics. DVD video enhancement

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Animal systems Feedback systems (Chapter 35-40)

What are the major organ systems of animals?

4.02 Analyze the processes by which organisms representative of the following groups accomplish essential life functions including: * Transport, excretion, respiration, regulation, nutrition, synthesis, reproduction, and growth and development. (Unicellular protests, annelid worms, insects, amphibians, mammals, nonvascular plants, gymnosperms, angiosperms.) 4.02 Analyze the processes for: Transport, excretion, respiration, regulation, nutrition, synthesis, reproduction, and growth and development. 4.02 Analyze the processes for: Transport, excretion, respiration, regulation, nutrition, synthesis, reproduction, and growth and development. 4.03 H - Assess, describe and explain adaptations affecting survival and reproductive success. Disease transmission Epidemiology Types of viruses Plague of 1918

4.03 Assess, describe and explain adaptations affecting survival and reproductive success. · Structural adaptations in plants and animals (form to function). Co-evolution.

Digestion skit Video enhancement "Hero" song Dissection: (frog/pig/grasshopper/ earthworm)

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Internal and external factors affecting health Cancer (Chapter 10)

What is the role of the environment with genetics?

Reproduction Demo Skin cancer article

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Internal and external factors affecting health Environmental toxins (Chapter 6)

How do specific toxins affect seed germination?

NC Case Study on Algal Blooms Article discussion "Who Really Killed Cock Robin" Mini Lab to evaluate food labels for daily values.

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Internal and external factors affecting health Nutrition (Chapter 38)

Is this soup a nutritious meal? How do different populations respond differently to the same disease?

What factors could influence growth and development?

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Growth and development of organisms Metamorphosis (Chapter 28 & 15)

Butterfly Lab Visuals of metamorphosis

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Goal 4 review

Review objectives 4.01-4.04

Goal 4: The learner will develop an understanding of the unity and diversity of life. Goal 4: all objectives

Mixed style of review Jeopardy Questions in the EOC format.

Isopod Lab

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GOAL 4 TEST

Demonstrate mastery of objectives.

How does change impact systems?

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Innate Behaviors (Chapter 34)

4.05 Analyze the broad patterns of animal behavior as adaptations to the environment.

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Innate behavior Learned behavior Social behavior Visual examples of animal behavior Show phototropism with a mimosa plant. Root Vue Farm

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Learned Behaviors (Chapter 34)

How do pheromones allow for the social behaviors of colonial organisms to adapt to their environment?

1.02 Design and conduct scientific investigations to answer biological questions. 4.02 H plant tropisms 4.05 Analyze the broad patterns of animal behavior as adaptations to the environment. o Innate behavior. o Learned behavior. 4.05 Analyze the broad patterns of animal behavior as adaptations to the environment. Social behavior. 5.02 Analyze the flow of energy and the cycling of matter in the ecosystem 5.03 · Trophic levels­ direction and efficiency of energy transfer 5.04

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Broad patterns of social animal behaviors (Chapter 34) Begin Goal 5 Energy Pyramid Trophic levels ( Chapter 3)

How does behavior impact reproduction?

Trials of Life video series

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How do systems maintain equilibrium?

Food Chain Mobiles Buzzard/gulch:Gazette

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Water, Carbon, and Nitrogen cycles. (Chapter 3)

What role do cellular respiration and photosynthesis play in the Carbon cycle?

1.01 Identify biological questions and problems that can be answered through scientific investigations. 5.02 Analyze the flow of energy and the cycling of matter in the ecosystem. Relationship of the carbon cycle to photosynthesis and respiration. 5.02 H - Nitrogen and phosphorous cycles 5.02 Analyze the flow of energy and the cycling of matter in the ecosystem Relationship of the carbon cycle to photosynthesis and respiration. Trophic levels - direction and efficiency of energy transfer. 5.02 H - Nitrogen and phosphorous cycles 1.01 Identify biological questions 5.01 Investigate and analyze the interrelationships among organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems. * Techniques of field ecology. *Abiotic and biotic

Relate ecology to real world applications Cycles booklet

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Continue with the Water, Carbon, and Nitrogen Cycles (Chapter 3)

How do the trophic levels determine how energy is transferred through the ecosystems?

Use visual diagrams in the book Develop cycle posters

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Ecosystem: (Predator-Prey) The importance of abiotic and biotic factors within the ecosystem (Chapter 3)

How is the carrying capacity different for two organisms living in the same environment? What tools do scientists use to study biodiversity?

Deer Game (Food, Shelter, Water)

factors. *Carrying capacity

How are trophic levels related to food webs? 5.01 Investigate and analyze the interrelationships among organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems. Outdoor observations Lichens lab-microscope Succession: Graphic Organizer and Venn Diagram

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Succession changes in an ecosystem (Chapter 4)

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Biomagnification (bioaccumulation ) Potential changes in the growth of a population

(Chapter 6)

What are the effects of biomagnification with respect to the food chain?

5.01 Investigate and analyze the interrelationships among organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems.

Visual enhancement Food chain lab

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The effect of human activity on ecosystems (Chapter 6)

What human activities modify the environment? What factors influence the J and S-shaped population growth curves? How are they significant?

5.02 Assess human population and its impact on local ecosystems and global environments: · Historic and potential changes in population. · Factors associated with those changes. · Climate change. · Resource use · Sustainable practices

Possible Acid Rain Lab Global Warming discussion Global Warming lab

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Review Goal 5 Review all objectives and 4.05

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TEST ON GOAL 5 and 4.05

Demonstrate mastery Goal 5 and 4.05. EOC Review Goal 5

Goal 5: The learner will develop an understanding of the ecological relationships among organisms. See above for Goals 4 and 5. Goal 5: The learner will develop an understanding of ecological relationships. Goal 4: The learner will develop an understanding of the unity and diversity of life. Goal 4: see above Goal 1: The learner will develop abilities necessary to do and understand scientific inquiry. Goal 1: see above.

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Questions in the EOC format Higher order thinking questions Review packets Practice tests *Examine the Butterfly Lab *Review packets *Practice tests See above Mixed review. Review packets Practice tests See above Examine the Butterfly Lab See above 13

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Goal 1: see above.

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Goal 2: The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life.

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EOC Review-8 Review Goal 2 EOC Review-9 Review Goal 2 EOC Review-10 Review Goal 3

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EOC Review-11 Review Goal 3 EOC Review-12 Review Goal 3 EOC Exam Goals 1 thru 5. EOC Exam EOC Exam EOC Exam EOC Exam Goals 1 thru 5. Goals 1 thru 5. Goals 1 thru 5. Goals 1 thru 5.

Higher order thinking questions with applications. Examine the Butterfly Lab Review packets Goal 2: see above Review packets Goal 2: see above Review packets Goal 3: The learner will Higher order thinking develop an understanding Questions with of the continuity of life applications. and the changes of organisms over time. Examine the Butterfly Lab Review packets Goal 3: see above Review packets Goal 3: see above Practice test NCSCOS Biology Competency Goals 1-5. All Objectives All Objectives All Objectives All Objectives

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An ongoing independent assignment, "The ABC's of Biology", will be assigned and given a due date by each teacher. Number of exact days and materials will vary according to instances such as natural disaster beyond our control. This pacing guide will be adjusted as necessary.

We send other curriculum support resources to the EC department to enhance the classroom modifications.

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Topic tests Topic tests will be given within each goal and will be determined and announced by each teacher.

Additional Testing o Benchmark (Midterm) review and testing for 3 days o EOC Review for 12 days o EOC Exams for 5 days

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