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					BIOLOGY                        I & II                                    CURRICULUM                                             MAP
  Glencoe -                 CONTENT                                                 SKILLS                                EXPERIMENTS               ASSESSMENTS
SEPTEMBER     Characteristics of Life (B2.3A,B)
              (B2.6a) 1.1
                                                              List the major life functions of living things & describe
                                                                 how each contributes to homeostasis
                                                                                                                                                Laboratory Analysis Questions
Purple –      Safety/Scientific Method 1.2,3                  Understand the dynamics of North
                                                                  Americas Fresh water reserves
                                                                                                                                                Oral responses
 For MME      Ecology including:                              ID animals based upon their phylum
              Biotic and Abiotic Factors 2.1                  Distinguish between biotic and abiotic factors in an
              Population relationships- Competition,             ecosystem                                                Predator-Prey
Lavendar –       Parasitism, (B3.5B) predation,               Describe how nutrients cycle through an ecosystem           Relationships
 State           commensalisms, mutualism (B3.5C) 2.1
              Energy relationships (B3.1A,B) (B3.2A,B,C)
                                                              Use food chains, food webs, pyramid of energy,
                                                                 biomass and numbers to demonstrate the flow of
Objectives       (E2.2D) (E4.2A,B) 2.2                           energy between trophic levels in an ecosystem
              Biomass pyramid (B3.1D) 2.2                     Describe how ecological succession
              Food Chains/ Webs (B3.1C, B3.3A) 2.2            Describe the similarities between human beings and
Turquoise –   Ecological cycles- Oxygen/carbon, Hydrologic,      other animal groups in terms of their structure and
 Chapter         Nitrogen (B2.2A) (E2.1A,B,C) (E2.3A)
                 (B3.3b) 2.3
                                                              Classify symbiotic relationships
Sections      Photosynthesis(B2.1A,B) (B2.5C,D)               Explain the importance of the relationships of living
                 (B3.1A) (B2.4e & B2.5e,f) (B3.1e,f)             things with each other and their environments
                 8.1,2, 3                                        concerning the survival of all life on Earth
              Succession (B3.4A) 3.1                          Distinguish among individuals, populations,
              Biomes (E4.3F) 3.2                              communities
              Earth’s fresh water dynamics (E4.1A,B,C)        Graph and interpret a population growth curve
                 3.3                                          Investigate how traits, reproductive strategies, and
              Population Dynamics (B3.5A) 4.1                    environmental pressures impact on the survival of
OCTOBER       Use data for graphing/interpretation of:
              Ecosystem changes due to natural causes.
                                                              Use of resources and by-product disposal
                                                              Recycling of materials
                                                                                                                                                Laboratory Analysis Questions
                 (Tsunami. Earthquake etc.) (B3.4A, B)        Explain impact of human activities on atmosphere such                             Worksheets
                 (E3.4C) (E5.4A,B,C,D) Not in Book            as acid rain, greenhouse effect, ozone depletion,                                 Tests
              Impact of human population growth on the        deforestation                                                                     Oral responses
                 environment (B3.5e) 4.2
              Conservation of environment (B3.4A,C)
                 (E2.2A,B) (B3.5e,f) 5.1,2
              Human biology and its impact on the
                 environment (B3.4C) (E2.4B) (B3.4d,e)
                                                              Select suitable lab materials, safety equipment,
              Chemistry of Matter                             Use appropriate technology for data collection              Bonding Lab
              Atomic Structure/Bonding 6.1                    Measurement
              Enzymes (B2.2f) 6.2                             Control vs. Variable Experiment                             Enzymes
              Chemical & Physical Changes 6.2                 Find pH and rank substances a
              Acids & Bases (B2.3A) 6.3                           acidic or basic                                         Chemical & Physical
              Homeostasis (B2.3A)                             Read info from Periodic Chart                               Changes
                                                              Describe prop. of Water & impact on life processes
NOVEMBER   Organic Compounds (B2.2A,B,C,D & B2.5A)
           (B2.2f) 6.2, 6.4
                                                        ID categories of Org. Cmpds. and Stru/Func               Organic Molecules                Vocabulary
                                                                                                                                                  Laboratory Analysis Questions
           Dehydration & Hydrolysis (B2.2E              Use microscope for data collection                       Diffusion                        Worksheets
                                                        Make and stain slides                                                                     Tests
           Cell Membrane/ Structure including:          Include labeled drawings                                 Selectively Permeable            Oral responses
           Cell Theory (B2.3B) 7.1                      Use evidence/logic to construct a conclusion             Membrane
           Passive & Active Transport (B2.3A) (B2.5h)   ID 3 parts of cell theory & explain the
           7.2                                             development of theory                                 Microscope
           Microscope Safety and Useage 7.1             Know function and names of organelles of cell
           Cell Structure (B2.4g , B2.5i) 7.3           ID important functions & structures of the cell
           Plant vs. Animal cell (B2.5g) 7.3              membrane                                               Comparing Cells
            Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic 7.3                Distinguish between diffusion and osmosis                (Plant/Animal)
           Homeostasis (B2.B,C) 7.4                     Predict the movement of water through a cell

DECEMBER   Photosynthesis/Respiration 8.1 – 8.3
           (B2.1A,B & B2.5C,D & B3.1A,D) (B2.4e &
                                                        ID stages of mitosis using the microscope
                                                        Diagram stages of Mitosis
                                                                                                                 Mitosis/Cytokinesis              Vocabulary
                                                                                                                                                  Laboratory Analysis Questions
           B2.5e,f)                                                                                                                               Worksheets
                                                                                                                                                  Oral responses
           Cell Cycle including: 9.1-9.3
           Mitosis (B2.1C & B4.3A) 9.2
           Cytokinesis (B4.3A) (B4.4b) 9.2

JANUARY    Cell Specialization (B2.3A,B,C & B2.5B)
           (B2.1d) 9.3
                                                        Differentiate between Mitosis and Meiosis and tell
                                                           when each is used by an organism or cell              Meiosis
                                                                                                                                                  Laboratory Analysis Questions
                                                        --------------------------------------------------       ------------------------------   Worksheets
           Genetics including:                                                                                                                    Tests
           Meiosis (B4.3A,B) (B4.3d) 10.1               Determine the probability of traits using Punnett                                         Oral responses
           Crossing-over (B4.3e) 10.1                   squares for mono and dihybrid crosses                    Crossing Over                    Cell Project
           Genetic Probability 10.1                     Predict the outcome of offspring based on Mendelian      Probability
           ---------------------------------            principles
                                                        Solve non-Mendelian inheritance problems                                                  Midterm Exam
                                                        Interpret and construct pedigrees.
           Mendelian (B4.1A,B) (B4.1d) 10.2
           Punnett Squares (B4.1e) (B4.3f) 10.2, 11.1
           Codominance/Incomplete Dominance
           (B4.1C) (B4.1c) (B4.4c) 11.2

FEBRUARY   Sex-linked traits (B4.1c) 11.2
           Multiple Alleles/Polygenic Traits (B4.1c)
                                                        Genetics of and Punnett squares with Blood typing,
                                                        Sex-linked traits, Co-dominance and Incomplete
                                                                                                                                                  Laboratory Analysis Questions
           11.2,3                                       Dominance, Sickle cell anemia                            Blood Compatibility              Tests
           Pedigrees / Kayotypes (B4.3C) 11.1,3         List and describe some human genetic disorders                                            Oral responses
           Blood Type 11.2,3                            Give examples of genetic engineering that have been      Blood Type- Paternity
           ALL – (B4.2A,D)                                    beneficial to humans                               Lawsuit                          Reebops- Cumulative genetics lab
                                                        Interpret current events in light of genetic knowledge                                    exercise
           Genetic Disorders- Albinism, CF, Tay-sacs,   Explain how mutations can occur form radiation and       Hemophilia
              Sickle cell anemia, PKU, Huntingtons            chemical assaults
              disease, Turners syndrome, Kleinfelters
              (B4.4a) 11.2syndrome and others of                                                                 Reebops
              interest (B4.2A,D)
           Effects of Radiation and toxic chemicals
           Genetic Summary/ Ethics 11.3, 13-1,2,3
           (B4.3C) (B4.2h & B4.r5b)
        DNA including:                              Make a model of DNA                                        Model of DNA
        History 12.1                                Read a mRNA to Amino Acid chart                            DNA Fingerprinting
        Structure (B4.1B & B4.2C) (B4.3g &          Reconstruct the process of DNA Replication                 DNA Replication
        B4.4a) 12.1                                 Understand the process of Protein Synthesis in the cell    Protein Synthesis
        DNA Replication (B4.2g) 12.2                Describe the procedure for making recombinant DNA
        Protein Synthesis/ RNA (B4.1B), B4.2B,D)    Read DNA Fingerprints basics
        (B4.2f) 12.3
        Recombinant DNA 13.2
        DNA Fingerprinting (B4.2B) 13.3

MARCH   Evolution including:
        Geologic Time Scale (B5.1c) (E5.1A)
                                                    Explain why the fossil record is important
                                                    Interpret the geologic time scale
                                                                                                               Fossil Pterosaur           Vocabulary
                                                                                                                                          Laboratory Analysis Questions
        (E5.3A,B,C,D) 14.1                          Determine the relative age of a fossil given information   Adaptation due to          Worksheets
        Plate Tectonics/continental drift (E3.2C)      about its position in rocks, determine absolute age     Natural Selecton           Tests
        (E3.3A,B) (E3.4A,C) 14.1                       by radioactive decay                                                               Oral responses
        Endosymbiont Hypothesis 14.2                Compare structural characteristics of an extinct
        Fossil Record (B5.1d) 15.2                     organism, as evidenced by the fossil record, with
        Darwin’s observations and conclusions          present, familiar organisms
        (B5.3C) 15.1-3                              Explain how Charles Darwin’s observations led to the
        Natural selection (B2.3C & B5.1A &             theory of natural selection
        B5.3A) (B5.3d) 15.1-3                       Define evolution as a process by which living things
        Peppered moths (B3.4A, B5.3C) (B2.2g,          change over long periods of time
        B5.1d,e,g) 15.3                             Recognize how adaptations lead to natural selection
        Darwin’s finches-speciation (B5.3B,C)          and how new species emerge
        (B5.1B) (B5.1d,e) (B5.2c) (B5.3e) 15.3      Draw conclusions about the validity of natural selection
        Reproductive & Geographic isolation 15.3       and evolution based on evidence
        Common descent (B4.2A & B4.2B) (B5.1f)      Recognize limiting factors that may restrict the growth
        Not in book                                 of populations and relate to carrying capacity
        Adaptive Radiation (B2.4B) 15.3             Describe the relationships between organisms using
        Convergent evolution (B2.4C) 15.3              amino acid orders, embryology etc.

APRIL   Variation among species / organisms
        (B2.4A,B & B5.3C) 17.1
                                                    Interpret a phylogenic tree showing evolutionary
                                                       relationships among organisms.
                                                                                                                                          Laboratory Analysis Questions
                                                    Explain the modern classification system                                              Tests
        Classification (B2.4A,B & B3.4B)                                                                       Classification             Oral responses
                                                    Compare and contrast and describe the viral
                                                      reproduction process
        Domains/Kingdoms 17.3
                                                    Use a microscope to view living organisms
                                                    Compare and contrast bacteria: Eubacteria and
        Six Kingdom System including:
                                                    Construct and use a dichotomous key to classify
        Eubacteria and Archeabacteria (B3.4B)                                                                  Bacteria and Virus
                                                      groups of objects and organisms
        (B2.4h) (B3.5d) 18.1,2
                                                    ID common bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, and
        Virus (B3.4B) (B2.4h,i & B3.r5g) 18.2                                                                  Bacterial Culture Plates
                                                    animals from local ecosystems
        Include life cycle of an organism
                                                    Compare and contrast bacteria, protists, fungi, plants
                                                      as to:
                                                                                                               Protist Diversity
                                                      a) structure
        Protista (B3.4B) (B3.5d) 19.1,2,3,4
                                                      b) metabolic activities
        Fungi (B3.4B) (B3.5d) 20.1,2,3                                                                         Fungi Diversity
                                                       c)   responses to the environment
MAY    Plants (B3.4B) (B2.5e,f) B3.5d)
                                                Examine the phylogeny of the Plant Kingdom
                                                Learn the requirements for evolutionary advancement
                                                                                                      Plant Diversity           Vocabulary
                                                                                                                                Laboratory Analysis Questions
       Leaf Structure/modifications 22.2          to land                                             Seeds and Fruits as       Worksheets
       Homeostasis and Response 22.3            Study the advantages of seed over spores              Methods of Dispersal      Tests
       Life cycles 23.1                         Learn the advantages of fruits in plant dispersal                               Oral responses
       Flower structure 23.1                    Examine examples of co-evolution
       Fruits 23.3

       Animals (B3.4B) (B3.5d) Chapters 24-     Compare and contrast animals as to:                   Survey of the Animal
       31                                       a) structure                                          Kingdom
       Animal Characteristics 24.1,2            b) metabolic activities
       Porifera, Cnidarians 24.3                c) responses to the environment
       Worms (Flat, Round) 24.1,2               ID animals based upon their phylum
       Molluscs 25.3                            Examine examples of co-evolution
       Segmented worms 25.4
       Arthropods 26.1,2,3
       Echinoderms 27.1
       Chordates 27.2
       Fish 28.1,2
       Amphibians 28.3
       Reptiles 29.1
       Birds 29.2
       Mammals 30.1,2
       Animal Behavior 31.1,2

JUNE   Human Body
       Homeostasis in the Human (B2.3d,e,f,g)
                                                Describe the general functions of each body
                                                                                                      Power Point
                                                                                                      Presentations about the
       Ch 32-37                                 Understand how they all work together to create and   systems of the Human      Tests
       Integumentary 32.1                       maintain homeostasis in the human body                body                      Oral responses
       Skeletal 32.2                            Explain what organs have to do with maintaining                                 Power Point project
       Muscular 32.3                            human health
       Nervous 33.1,2 Effect of Drugs 33.3      Compare joints to hinges, enzymes to puzzle pieces
       Circulatory 34.1                         etc.
       Respiratory 34.2
       Excretory 34.3
       Digestive 35.1 Nutrition 35.2
       Endocrine 35.3
       Reproductive 36.1
       Human Development 36.2
       Birth, Growth, Aging 36.3
       Infectious diseases 37.1
       Immune system 37.2
       Non-infectious disorders 37.3

       Final Exam

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