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  • CP=cut and paste
  • EC=extra credit
  • F=foldables,lapbook, interactive notebook
  • GO=graphic organizer
  • H=handout
  • LC=learning center
  • N=notes
  • PC=podcast
  • PP=powerpoint
  • PT=pre/post test
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  • V-video




Prerequistes: Characteristics of Life


UNIT: CELLS, pt 1 (TYPES OF CELLS, ORGANELLES)
ESTIMATED TIME:
CLE + SPI’S
CLE 3210.1.1-Compare the structure and function of cellular organelles in both PROKARYOTIC + EUKARYOTIC CELLS. (APBA)
-----SPI 3210.1.1-Identify the cellular organelles associated with major cell processes.
-----SP! 3210.1.2-Distinguish between prokaryotic + Eukaryotic cells.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How are cells organized to carry on the processes of life?

TEACHER NOTES:
http://www.edquest.ca/pdf/sia82notes.pdf Cell Notes (Dr. Krishnan)
VOCABULARY:
prokaryotic, eukaryotic, cell organelles, nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochondria, lysosome, ribosomes,

MATERIALS:
  • PPT (50 images of prokaryotic/eukaryotic cells to identify
  • PPT Cell + Cell organelles
  • microscope, slides,
  • toothpicks,
  • materials to build cells models,

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Cell Theory-

What are cells-
Types of Cells-

----Prokaryotic-Bacteria, Protists
----Eukaryotic-Animal, Plant
----Viruses
Cell Organelles
ASSESSMENT-
  • T made tests
  • investigate cells using a microscope
  • construct a model of a prokaryotic or eukaryotic cell
  • EOC related questions

QWIK MASTERY:
  • If cell has nucleus/+ membrane bound organelles-it’s eukaryotic, if not, then prokaryotic.
  • Plant vs Animal cell=plants square and have chloroplasts, chorophyll, cell wall,

MEDIA:
  • brainpop.com,
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UNIT: CELLS, pt 2 (4 MACROMOLECULES)
ESTIMATED TIME:
CLE + SPI’S:
CLE 3210.1.1-2. -Distinguish among the structure and function of the four major organic macromolecules found in living things. (APBA)
-----SPI 3210.1.3-Distinguish among proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids.
-----SP! 3210.1.4-Identify positive tests for carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the 4 building blocks of life of all living things?
VOCABULARY:
proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, sugars, fats, macromolecules, organic compounds, Benedict’s, Iodine, Sudan, Biuret,

TEACHER NOTES:

MATERIALS:
  • PPT Chemistry of Life
  • paper, colored pencils, markers
  • Carbs=Benedict or Iodine
  • Lipids=brown paper or Sudan
  • Proteins=Biuret,

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:
What are molecules?-

Macromolecules:
--Carbohydrates

--Lipids
--Proteins
--Nucleic Acids
--Differentiating the macromolecules
ASSESSMENT-
  • T made test
  • design a graphic organizer that compares the 4 macromolecules
  • conduct tests to detect presence of proteins, fats, carbohydrates

QWIK MASTERY:
  • carbohydrates are made of simple sugars which are strung together.
  • proteins made of amino acids.
  • lipids made of fatty acids.
  • nucleic acids are made of nucleotides.

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UNIT: CELLS, pt 3 (ENZYMES + REACTIONS)
ESTIMATED TIME:
CLE + SPI’S:
CLE 3210.1.3 Describe how enzymes regulate chemical reactions in the body. (APBA)
---SPI 3210.1.5-identify how enzymes control chemical reactions in the body.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do enzymes control chemical reactions in the body?
VOCABULARY:
enzymes, catalyst, reaction, protein, substrates

MATERIALS:
  • toothpicks,
  • PPT enzyme,
  • jello,
  • canned pinapple,
  • fresh pineapple,
  • liver,
  • hydrogen peroxide,

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:


ASSESSMENT:
  • T made test
  • EOC practice questons


QWIK MASTERY: a change in shape of protein would interfere with lock and key fit of enzyme with the substrates.

MEDIA: brainpop.com,
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UNIT: CELLS, pt 4 (MITOSIS + MEIOSIS)
ESTIMATED TIME:
CLE + SPI’S:
CLE 3210.1.4 Describe the processes of cell growth and reproduction. (NOT APBA)
-----SPI 3210.1.6--determine the relationship between cell growth and cell reproduction.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do cells grow, develop, and reproduce?
VOCABULARY: mitosis, meiosis, interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis, daughter cells, identical,

MATERIALS:
  • PPT mitosis
  • PPT meiosis
  • beads
  • index cards
  • foldables
  • mitosis flipbook
  • meiosis book

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:

ASSESSMENT**:
  • t made tests
  • EOC practice questions
-
QWIK MASTERY:
  • Mitosis means cells divide to grow and develop organism. Cells are identical copies.
  • Meiosis means sex cells divide to reproduce.

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UNIT: CELLS, pt 5 (OSMOSIS + DIFFUSION)
ESTIMATED TIME:
CLE + SPI’S:
CLE 3210.1.5-Compare different models to explain the movement of materials into and out of cells.
-----SPI 3210.1.7 predict the movement of water and other molecules across selectively permeable membranes. (APBA)
-----SP! 3210.1.8-Compare and contrast active and passive transport.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do materials get into and out of the cells?
VOCABULARY:
osmosis, diffusion, active transport, passive transport, permeable, membrane, concentration gradient, hypertonic, isotonic, hypertonic, homeostasis, carrier protein, facilitated diffusion, sodium potassium pump, exocytosis, endocytosis, active transport

MATERIALS:
  • foldables
  • water
  • salt
  • eggs
  • potatoes
  • cups
  • food coloring
  • zip lock bags
  • perfume
  • Cell membrane transport PPT
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:


ASSESSMENT:
  • T made test
  • EOC related practice questions
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QWIK MASTERY:
  • Salt sucks.
  • diffusion-materials move from high to low with no help.
  • passive transport-materials move from high to low ___.
  • active transport-materials move from low to high with help (energy)-against gradient.
  • osmosis-movement of water

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