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Title : Graphing

Teacher : Lauderdale, Candi

Begin Date : 08/18/2014

End Date : 08/18/2014

Subject : Biology

Objectives/Standards : 

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BI.1.g. - Communicate and defend a scientific argument in oral, written, and graphic form. (DOK 3)

Additional Objectives/Standards : 
Not Defined 

Plan :

     

20 min:  Teacher will lecture on graphing

10 min:  Students will complete sheet "Which Graph is More Appropriate"

15 min:  Student handout on analyzing graphs

30 min:  Students will graph

10 min:  Review

Homework :

     

Not Defined

Resources : 
Handouts,pen/pencil/graph paper 

Assessments : 
Teacher observation 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title : Scientific Equipment/Graphing/Safety Rules

Teacher : Lauderdale, Candi

Begin Date : 08/19/2014

End Date : 08/19/2014

Subject : Biology

Objectives/Standards : 

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BI.1.1 - Apply inquiry-based and problem-solving processes and skills to scientific investigations.

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BI.1.a. - Conduct a scientific investigation demonstrating safe procedures and proper care of laboratory equipment. (DOK 2)

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BI.1.a.1 - Safety rules and symbols

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BI.1.a.2 - Proper use and care of the compound light microscope, slides, chemicals, etc.

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BI.1.a.3 - Accuracy and precision in using graduated cylinders, balances, beakers, thermometers, and rulers

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BI.1.b. - Formulate questions that can be answered through research and experimental design. (DOK 3)

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BI.1.c. - Apply the components of scientific processes and methods in classroom and laboratory investigations (e.g., hypotheses, experimental design, observations, data analyses, interpretations, theory development). (DOK 2)

Additional Objectives/Standards : 
Not Defined 

Plan :

     

40 min:  Students will analyze graphing data

45 min:  Students will review for test using promethean board clickers

Homework :

     

Not Defined

Resources : 
Handouts, workbook, pen/pencil 

Assessments : 
Teacher Observation 

 

Title : Scientific Inquiry TEST

Teacher : Lauderdale, Candi

Begin Date : 08/20/2014

End Date : 08/20/2014

Subject : Biology

Objectives/Standards : 

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BI.1.1 - Apply inquiry-based and problem-solving processes and skills to scientific investigations.

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BI.1.a. - Conduct a scientific investigation demonstrating safe procedures and proper care of laboratory equipment. (DOK 2)

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BI.1.a.1 - Safety rules and symbols

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BI.1.a.2 - Proper use and care of the compound light microscope, slides, chemicals, etc.

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BI.1.a.3 - Accuracy and precision in using graduated cylinders, balances, beakers, thermometers, and rulers

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BI.1.b. - Formulate questions that can be answered through research and experimental design. (DOK 3)

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BI.1.c. - Apply the components of scientific processes and methods in classroom and laboratory investigations (e.g., hypotheses, experimental design, observations, data analyses, interpretations, theory development). (DOK 2)

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BI.1.d. - Construct and analyze graphs (e.g., plotting points, labeling x-and y-axis, creating appropriate titles and legends for circle, bar, and line graphs). (DOK 2)

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BI.1.e. - Analyze procedures, data, and conclusions to determine the scientific validity of research. (DOK 3)

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BI.1.f. - Recognize and analyze alternative explanations for experimental results and to make predictions based on observations and prior knowledge. (DOK 3)

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BI.2 - Describe the biochemical basis of life and explain how energy flows within and between the living systems.

Additional Objectives/Standards : 
Not Defined 

Plan :

     

45 min:  Students will be tested on Scientific Inquiry

45 min:  Students will go to the library to work on project dealing with the Characteristics of Life

Homework :

     

Not Defined

Resources : 
Teacher made test, computers/handouts 

Assessments : 
Major test grade
Daily grade 

 

Title : Covalent and Ionic Bonds

Teacher : Lauderdale, Candi

Begin Date : 08/21/2014

End Date : 08/21/2014

Subject : Biology

Objectives/Standards : 

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BI.2.a. - Explain and compare with the use of examples the types of bond formation (e.g., covalent, ionic, hydrogen, etc.) between or among atoms. (DOK 2)

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BI.2.a.1 - Subatomic particles and arrangement in atoms

Additional Objectives/Standards : 
Not Defined 

Plan :

     

30 min:  Introduction of the periodic table

20 min:  Research an element

20 min:  Drawing electron configurations worksheet

20 min:  Present element research to class

 

Homework :

     

Not Defined

Resources : 
Notesheet, pen/pencil/ cell phones 

Assessments : 
Teacher observation 

 

Title : Water/pH

Teacher : Lauderdale, Candi

Begin Date : 08/22/2014

End Date : 08/22/2014

Subject : Biology

Objectives/Standards : 

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BI.2.b. - Develop a logical argument defending water as an essential component of living systems (e.g., unique bonding and properties including polarity, high specific heat, surface tension, hydrogen bonding, adhesion, cohesion, and expansion upon freezing). (DOK 2)

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BI.2.c. - Classify solutions as acidic, basic, or neutral and relate the significance of the pH scale on an organism's survival (e.g., consequences of having different concentrations of hydrogen and hydroxide ions). (DOK 2)

Additional Objectives/Standards : 
Not Defined 

Plan :

     

20 min:  Discussion of water and it's unique properties

15 min:  Promethean clickers

50 min:  Discussion of pH and testing of pH

Homework :

     

Not Defined

Resources : 
Workbooks/pen/pencil/ household items to test for ph 

Assessments : 
Teacher observation