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Yearly Plan Biof4

Yearly Plan Biof4

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YEARLY PLANBIOLOGY FORM 4 2012Theme 1: Introducing BiologyLearning Area: 1.0 Introduction to BiologyWeekLearning Objectives/ LearningOutcomesRemarks
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1.1 Understanding the study of Biology
A student is able to
State what the study of Biologyis
Explain the importance oBiology
List the different fields of studyin Biology
List the careers related toBiology
State various ways of studyingBiology2
1.2Applying scientific investigations
A student is able to
Identify variables in a givensituation
Identify the relationship betweentwo variables to form ahypothesis
Design and carry out a simpleexperiment to test a hypothesis
Record and present data in asuitable form
Interpret data to drawconclusions
Write a report on a experiment
Practice scientific attitudes andnoble values
Theme 2: Investigation the cell as a basic unit of livingthingsLearning Area: 1.0 Cell Structure and cell organisationWeekLearning Objectives/ LearningOutcomesRemarks
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1.1 Understanding cell structureand function
A student is able to
Draw and label ananimal cell
Draw and label a plantcell
Identify the cellularcomponents of an animal cell
Identify the cellularcomponents of a plant cell
State the functions of 
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the cellular components in ananimal cell
State the functions of the cellular components in aplant cell
Compare and contrastan animal cell and a plant cell
Relate the density of certain organelles with thefunctions of specific cells4
CHINESE NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
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1.2
Understanding cellorganisation
A student is able to
State the necessity forcell specialization inmulticellular organism ascompared to unicellularorganism
Describe cellspecialization in multicellularorganisms
Describe cellorganization in the formation of tissues, organs and systems inmulticellular organisms
State the meaning of internal environment
Identify factorsaffecting the internalenvironment
Explain the necessity tomaintain optimal internalenvironment
Describe theinvolvement of various systemsin maintaining optimal internalenvironment
1.3 Appreciating the uniquenessof the cell
A student is able to
Predict the state of certaincells without a particularcellular component
Illustrate that most cells arespecialised for the job thatthey perform
Theme 2: Investigating the cell as a basic unit of livingthingsLearning Area: 2.0 Movement of substances across theplasma membraneWeekLearning Objectives/ LearningOutcomesRemarks
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2.1 Analysing the movement of 
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substances across the plasmamembrane
A student is able to:
State the substances requiredby living cells,
State the substances that haveto be eliminated from cells,
Explain the necessity formovement of substancesacross the plasma membrane,
Describe the structure of theplasma membrane
Describe the permeability of the plasma membrane
Explain the movement of soluble substances across theplasma membrane through theprocess of passive transport.
Explain the movement of watermolecules across the plasmamembrane by osmosis
Explain the movement of substances across the plasmamembrane through the processof active transport.
Explain the process of passivetransport in living organismsusing examples
Explain the process of activetransport in living organismusing examples.
Compare and contrast passivetransport and active transport.7
2.2 Understanding the movementof substances across the plasmamembrane in everyday life.
A student is able to:
explain what hypotonic,hypertonic and isotonicsolutions are,
explain the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic andisotonic solutions on plant celland animal cell
explain plasmolysis,deplasmolysis, haemolysis andcrenation
Design an experiment todetermine the concentration of external solution which isisotonic to cell sap.
Make an inference on theconcentration of cell sap inplant tissues
Relate the movement of substances across plasma
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