Anatomy Lessons

Anatomy Lessons:
Unit: Lymphatic and Immune Systems
November 12-16

Monday: Elaborate
Topics: Q&A: System Review
Partner Practice: Immune system dominoes

Tuesday: Elaborate
Topics: System Review: Grudge Match

Wednesday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of the immune and lymphatic system
Activities: Test
HW: Complete notes due Thursday (Section 1 Questions 1-3)

Thursday: TBA

Friday: TBA

November 5-9

Monday: Explain
Topics: Apply function/structure of immune system to practical clinical problem facing medical community: HIV/AIDS
Describe and interpret pathogenesis of HIV on normal cell
Introduce students to ELISA lab format and procedures.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: HIV (if necessary)
Q&A: ELISA virtual lab and STARS Ethics case
ELISA Prelab
HW:

Tuesday: Explore
Topics: Understand experimental concept and methodology involved in ELISA assays in the context of the clinical screening of serum samples for antibodies to HIV.
Activities: Lab: ELISA (virtual)
HW: Post-lab analysis questions

Wednesday: Elaborate
Topics: Apply function/structure of immune system to practical clinical problem facing medical community: HIV/AIDS
Describe and interpret pathogenesis of HIV on normal cell
Understand experimental concept and methodology involved in ELISA assays in the context of the clinical screening of serum samples for antibodies to HIV.
Activities: Lab ELISA (experimental)
HW: Complete unfinished problems and prepare for quiz

Thursday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of ELISA mechanism for detecting HIV
Activities: Quiz (application) ELISA
HW: Complete Questions #1-8 (#8 writing prompt)

Friday: Elaborate
Topics: • Identify why smallpox was such a dangerous
pathogen.
Explain the process of vaccination.
Describe how smallpox was eradicated.
Determine why smallpox was a good candidate for
eradication.
Make an informed decision as to whether the
frozen stocks of variola virus should be retained or
destroyed.
Identify other potential candidates for eradication
Activities: Discussion: Case Study: Deciding the Fate of Smallpox
HW: Complete system review

Week of October 29-Nov 2
Monday: Explore
Topics: Symptoms and laboratory tests can be used to diagnose disease.
A vaccine can prevent the most common forms of bacterial meningitis
Activities: Lab: Disease Detectives
HW: post lab questions

TUES NOT IN CLASS

Wednesday: Explore/Explain
Topics:
Activities: Q&A: College Disease I Got
Q&A: Lab: Disease Detectives
HW: STARS Ethics Case Study
Print HIV notes

Thursday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Apply function/structure of immune system to practical clinical problem facing medical community: HIV/AIDS
Describe and interpret pathogenesis of HIV on normal cell
Introduce students to ELISA lab format and procedures.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: HIV
HW: Complete ELISA virtual Lab Introduction and Background sections

Friday: Explore
Topics: Summarize relationship between civilization and infectious diseases
Summarize steps in infection and immune system response.
Compare and contrast healthy T-cells vs. T-cells infected with HIV
Identify common disorders associated with HIV infection
Activities: Lab: AIDS micro slides
HW: Complete ELISA virtual Lab Introduction and Background sections

Week October 22-26
Monday: Explore
Topics: Observe slides of immune system cells
Determine function of common white blood cells
Draw connections between bone marrow function and the immune system cells
Draw connections between diseases and immunes system
Activities: Lab: Immunity Micro Slides
HW: Read: “Life in a Germ-Free Bubble”

Tuesday:

Wednesday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Describe and identify structure/function of Lymphatic system
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Organs of the lymphatic system
HW:

Thursday: Explain/Engage
Topics: Compare specific, nonspecific, inherited, and acquired immunity
Identify major immune system molecules and functions
Compare and contrast B-cells and T-cells
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Immune System Cells/Responses
HW:

Friday: Explore
Topics:
Activities: Lab: Disease Detectives
HW:

Unit: Disease Mechanisms
Week of October 15-19

Monday: Topics: Utilize credible sources of information to learn about a scientific topic.
Describe how cancer originates and progresses in the body.
Distinguish between different treatments of cancer in their method, effectiveness, limitations, and side effects.
Identify reasons why cancer is so difficult to treat.
Use evidence and scientific reasoning to determine the likelihood that there is a cure for cancer that is being suppressed.
Activities: Case Study: A Cure for Cancer Q&A: Part 1 & 2
Jigsaw Part 3: Treatments Expert Groups presentations
HW: Complete Part 4 and unfinished portions

Tuesday: Explain
Activities: Quick Pick Review Disease Mechanisms

Wednesday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of Disease Mechanisms
Activities: Test: Disease Mechanisms
HW: complete Lymphatic system notes

Thursday: Lymphatic System Notes

Friday: Student Holiday

Week of October 8-12

Monday: Elaborate Case Study “The Ebola Wars: Advanced Edition”
Topics: Identify the disease-causing organism and general features of viruses.
Determine major structural features of the Ebola virus.
Devise a therapeutic strategy that targets the Ebola virus to prevent infection.
Describe the mechanism by which Ebola virus enters/leaves the host cell, and virus genome.
Design an experiment to test the impact of a nonfunctional Ebola viral protein on a cell.
Describe the major therapies avail to treat Ebola cases.
Activities: Discussion: Case Study: “The Ebola Wars: General Edition Parts 1-3
Think-Pair-Share: Part IV of Case Study
HW: Complete Parts 3-4 of Advanced Case Study (copy and pass out)

Tuesday: Elaborate Case Study “The Ebola Wars: Advanced Edition”
Topics: Identify the disease-causing organism and general features of viruses.
Determine major structural features of the Ebola virus.
Devise a therapeutic strategy that targets the Ebola virus to prevent infection.
Describe the mechanism by which Ebola virus enters/leaves the host cell, and virus genome.
Design an experiment to test the impact of a nonfunctional Ebola viral protein on a cell.
Describe the major therapies avail to treat Ebola cases.
Activities: Discussion: Case Study: “The Ebola Wars: Advanced Edition Parts 3-4
Think-Pair-Share: Complete Part 5
HW: Complete Part 5: Treatment and Review Case Study for application quiz

Wednesday: Topics: Cancer
Activities: Individual complete notes assignment
HW:

Thursday: Explain/Elaborate
Topics: Understand terminology associated with cancer and cell division.
Be able to describe various forms of treatment for cancer.
Describe diagnosis and prognosis for cancer.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Cancer
HW: Complete Part 1 and 2 Case Study “A Cure for Cancer”

Friday: Topics: Demonstrate understanding of Ebola virus signs, symptoms, pathogenesis, treatment and prevention
Activities: Application Quiz: “The Ebola Wars”
Jigsaw Part 3: Treatments
HW: Compete Part 4

Week 10/1-10/5

Date: 10/1-10/5
Monday: Explore/Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of organ donation process and guidelines for recipient/donor compatibility.
Activities: Lab Quiz Kidney Donor (Application)
Whole Group Discussion: STARS Ethics Case: Organ Donation
HW: Notes Section 2: Pathogenic Organisms due Tuesday

Tuesday: Explain/Explore
Topics: Introduce disease related terminology to students.
Describe patterns of disease development.
Compare and provide examples of disease mechanisms and risk factors for disease.
Activities: Science Appetizer: Signs vs. Symptoms (FA)
Lecture/Discussion: Patterns of Disease Development (signs/symptoms, pathogenesis)
HW:

Wednesday: Explain/Explore
Topics: Introduce disease related terminology to students.
Describe patterns of disease development.
Compare and provide examples of disease mechanisms and risk factors for disease.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Disease Mechanisms and Risk Factors
Think-Pair-Share: Classifying Diseases (FA)
HW: Case Study: Influenza and the Influenza Vaccine (Parts 1-3)

Thursday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Be able to compare and contrast viral and bacterial pathogens.
Describe pathogenic animals and diseases caused by such animals.
Understand how diseases are prevented and controlled.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion pathogenic organisms: Viral Pathogens
HW: Article/Questions: “The Deadly College Dorm College Disease I Got”

Friday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Be able to compare and contrast viral and bacterial pathogens.
Describe pathogenic animals and diseases caused by such animals.
Understand how diseases are prevented and controlled.
Activities: Q&A: Case Study: Influenza and the Influenza Vaccine
Lecture/Discussion pathogenic organisms: Bacterial Pathogens
HW: Complete Case Study “The Ebola Wars (General)” Parts 1-3

Unit: ORGAN SYSTEMS 6A-B, 8A-C, 9A-B, 11A-C, 12A-B,13A-B
Week of 9/24-9/28

Monday/Tuesday: Engage/Explore
Topics: Be able to describe how transplants are conducted and how donors are identified.
Describe the transplant method.
Debunk myths associated with organ donation.
Discuss history and statistics of organ transplantation.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion Organ Donation Fast Facts
HW: Read Kidney Donor lab

Wednesday: Elaborate HALF DAY
Topics: Collect and analyze data from clinical tests to determine potential living donor for kidney recipient.
Draw connections between organ transplant and immune responses to antigens.
Apply knowledge of homeostasis mechanisms to organ systems.
Activities: Lab: Kidney Donor
HW: Complete necessary portions of lab and prepare for lab quiz on Friday

Thursday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of organ donation process and guidelines for recipient/donor compatibility.
Activities: Science Appetizer: Organ System Concept map (formative assessment)
Lab Quiz Kidney Donor (Application)
HW: prepare for Organ system test

Friday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of organ systems function/structure and organ donation
Activities: Test Organ Systems
HW: Disease Mechanism notes

9/17-9/21

Monday/Tuesday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Be able to identify the organs of each system.
Be able to list and describe major organ systems of human body including organs and functions.
Be able to locate and identify organs within a human body.
Activities: Pre-Assessment Graphic Organizer
Lecture/Discussion Organ Systems
HW: Internet Transplantation Drug research worksheet

Wednesday: Explore/Evaluate
Topics: Be able to match organs to appropriate organ system
Be able to match function to appropriate organ system
Activities: Organ matching games
Pin the Organ on the body (formative assessment)
Organ Dominoes
HW: Rat Pre-lab reading

Thursday: Explore
Topics: Identify the organs located in the rat
Demonstrate proper dissection techniques
Activities: Lab: Rat dissection
HW: Read/Question Biology Matters: Organ Transplants and Read/Ques See What is…? Histocompatibility article
Prepare organ location/function quiz

Friday: Evaluation
Activities: Application Quiz: Organ location and system functions/structures
Read/Question Biology Matters: Organ Transplants and Read/Ques See What is…? Histocompatibility article (due Monday 9/24)

9/10-9/14

Monday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Describe how nondisjunction can result in trisomy or monosomy.
List and describe tools used in genetic counseling and how it is used to help patients.
Apply knowledge of DNA and karyotyping to medicine.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion
Pre-lab instructions
HW: Read Karyotype PreLab

Tuesday: Explore
Topics: Create a human karyotype.
Analyze the karyotype for genetic disorders.
Describe genetic disorder, characteristics, and mechanism for disease.
Activities: Karyotyping Lab
HW: Study Karyotype Quiz and Cell Organelle graphic organizer (passed out in class)

Wednesday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of karyotypes and their use in prenatal testing
Activities: Lab Application Quiz: Karyotypes
HW: prepare Test Unit one

Thursday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of unit 1 concepts
Activities: Test unit 1
HW:

Friday: Explain/Explore
Topics: Be able to identify the organs of each system.
Be able to list and describe major organ systems of human body including organs and functions.
Be able to locate and identify organs within a human body.
Activities: Pre-Assessment Graphic Organizer
Lecture/Discussion: Organ System Sketch-note and cell phone assignment (differentiated)

Week 9/3-9/7

Monday: Holiday

Tuesday/Wednesday: Explain
Topic: Be able to describe the structure and function of DNA and RNA.
Be able to describe replication, transcription, and translation.
Activities: Science Appetizer: Cell Organelle Quick Match (formative assessment)
Lecture/Discussion DNA
HW: Read DNA Lab

Thursday: Explore
Topic: Extract a visible mass of DNA
Describe concepts related to DNA replication, translation and transcription.
Activities: DNA Extraction Lab
HW: Article: Testing in Utero and DNA post lab questions

Friday: Engage/Explain
Topics: Describe how nondisjunction can result in trisomy or monosomy.
List and describe tools used in genetic counseling and how it is used to help patients.
Apply knowledge of DNA and karyotyping to medicine.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion
Pre-lab instructions
HW: Read Karyotype PreLab

8/27-8/31
Monday: Explain/Engage
Topic: Be able to list and describe the structural levels of organization
Be able to understand characteristics and maintenance of life
Be able to describe homeostasis and homeostatic mechanisms in the body.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion Biology Review
HW: Jane Doe practice

Tuesday: Engage/Explain
Topic: Be able to describe and identify cell organelles
Be able to apply knowledge of membrane transport to egg demonstration
Adapt cell organelle/functions to city/municipal infrastructure
Activities: Teacher –directed review of cell organelles
Cell-ville (formative assessment)
HW: Complete Part 1 of Case Study

Wednesday: Engage/Explore
Topic: Describe membrane fluid mosaic model and structures composing the plasma membrane
Describe three types of cellular transport mechanisms.
Apply knowledge of membrane transport mechanisms to egg demonstration
Apply principles of membrane transport mechanisms to case studies involving human health
Apply knowledge of transport mechanisms to design and conduct simple experiments that demonstrate osmosis, diffusion, and tonicity.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Cell membranes and transport
Case Study: “From Gummy Bears to Celery Stalks: Diffusion and Osmosis” (lab)
HW: Medical branches due Friday

Thursday: Elaborate/Engage
Topics: Describe three types of cellular transport mechanisms.
Apply knowledge of membrane transport mechanisms to egg demonstration
Apply principles of membrane transport mechanisms to case studies involving
Activities: Case Study:“From Gummy Bears to Celery Stalks: Diffusion and Osmosis”
(Post experiment analysis and Part III)
Egg Demo
HW: prepare for terminology, directions, planes, and regions comp quiz

Friday: Evaluate
Topic: Demonstrate understanding of regions of the body
Activities: Comprehension Quiz: Regions, planes, terms
Discussion: Medical Branches
HW: Review./notes Playlist videos for DNA Discussion

8/20-8/24
Monday: Explore
Topic: Microscopy
Activities: Lab: Microscopy
HW: Term Packet Thursday

Tuesday:
Activities: Q&A: Microscopy Lab
Lecture/Discussion: Directions, Planes, and Regions
HW: Term packet due Thursday and Branches due Friday

Wednesday: Explain
Topic: Anatomical Terminology: Directions, Planes, and Regions (Explain)
Use common terminology to describe and locate planes, directions, and regions of human body
Be able to identify regions of body
Activities: Science Appetizer: Terminology Crossword (formative assessment)
Partner Practice: Anatomical Terminology Scavenger Hunt (Differentiate)
Jane Doe graphic organizer (passed out)
HW: term packet

Thursday: Explore
Topic: Describe overall body regions of human body
Identify organs of human body
Describe and identify anatomical planes and directions
Review Microscopy lab observations and results
Activities: Lab: Directional Lab (comp grade)
HW: Study Microscope lab quiz
Medical Branches due Friday

Friday: Evaluate
Topics: Demonstrate understanding of microscopy
Activities: Microscope Application Quiz
Q&A: Term Packet (comp grade)
HW: Cell organelle notes handout due Tuesday


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