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Day Twelve Lesson Plan: Biology 20

Name: Alana Kozak Grade/Subject: Biology 20 Unit: Human Systems


Topic: Respirat& Circulat Quiz/Blood Date: March 20, 2014 Length of Lesson: 160 min

KSAs: 1,6, 13,7,8,11,15
General Learning Outcomes
GLO 1) Students will explain how the human digestive and respiratory systems exchange energy and matter
with the environment.
GLO 2) Students will explain the role of the circulatory and defence systems in maintaining an internal
equilibrium.
Specific Learning Outcomes
20-D1.1k Identify the principal structures of the digestive and respiratory systems; i.e.,
nasal passages, pharynx, larynx, epiglottis, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, diaphragm, rib muscles,
pleural membranes
20D1.5k Explain the exchange of matter and the transfer of thermal energy between the body and the
environment, using the mechanism of breathing in gas exchange, removal of foreign material and heat loss.
20D2.1k Identify the principal structures of the heart and associated blood vessels; i.e., atria, ventricles,
septa, valves, aorta, venae cavae, pulmonary arteries and veins, sinoatrial node, atrioventricular node,
Purkinje fibres
20-D2.2k Describe the action of the heart, blood pressure and the general circulation of blood through
coronary, pulmonary and systemic pathways
20-D2.4k Describe the main components of blood and their role in transport, clotting and resisting the
influence of pathogens; i.e., plasma, erythrocytes, platelets, leucocytes
20-D2.6k Explain the role of blood in regulating body temperature
20D2.9k describe the ABO and Rh blood groups on the basis of antigens and antibodies.

Learning Objectives
Students will:

1. Identify structures of the heart.
2. Identify blood vessels associated with the heart.
3. Describe the action of the heart.
4. Explain the role of blood in regulating body temperature.
5. Describe the direction of circulation through the coronary pathway.
6. Describe the direction of circulation through the pulmonary pathway.
7. Describe the direction of circulation through the systemic pathway.
8. Identify key structures of the respiratory system.
9. Explain how gases are transferred between the body and the environment.
10. Describe the four main components in blood.
11. Describe the role of blood in gas transport.
12. Describe the role of blood in in clotting.
13. Describe the role of blood in resisting pathogens.
14. Describe the ABO blood groups on the basis of antigens and antibodies.
15. Describe the Rh blood groups on the basis of antigens and antibodies.



Key Questions
*What are key structures of the heart? (1)
* Which blood vessels directly connect to the heart? (2)
*How does the heart work/ How does the heart pump blood? (3)
*How does blood help regulate body temperature? (4)
*How does our blood circulate throughout our entire body? (5,6,7)
*What are two main muscles that help with breathing? (8)
*What are the key structures of the respiratory system? (9)
*How are capillaries used to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide? (9)
*What are the four main components of blood? (10)
*How does blood help in gas transport? (11)
*How do scabs form? What causes blood to clot? (12)
*How does blood help us fight infections? (13)
*What are antigens and antibodies? (14,15)
*How do the ABO blood groups work? What antigens or antibodies are present for each blood type?
(14)
*How do antigens/antibodies affect blood types with the Rh factor? (14,15)

Assessment Methods
-Respiratory/Circulatory Quiz (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
-Whiteboards- big or small (10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15)
-Questioning (10,11,12,13,14,15)
-Terms review (all)
-ABO blood group worksheet (14)
Resources Consulted
1. Biology Program of studies
2. Student Notes and Problems by Castle Rock Research
3. Heart quiz Wikenheiser
4. Biology binder- Wikenheiser
5. Nelson Biology 20-30 textbook
6. Nelson Biology Online Teacher Resource Center
7. Crash Course Biology Respiratory and Circulatory system video
8. Yadernuk Circulation worksheet and heart pumping worksheet, mechanics of breathing (most
worksheets)
9. Youtube.com
Materials/ Equipment
Ch.11 Powerpoint
Whiteboards and markers
Class list
Quiz
Computers
Blood groups video
Smartboard
Videos: What is blood? , Blood not funny,
donuts and sprinkles blood groups



Before Class
Have fun facts ready to go
Set up smartboard and powerpoint
Photocopy quiz
Have videos and ready to go
Greet students as they come in
INTRODUCTION (8 min) 8:03am
Prayer/ Scripture of the day (2 min)
-Blurb on Lent from book in class
What am I? (2 min)
Blood not funny Video
Agenda and Questions (2 min)
-Quiz
-Parts of the blood
-ABO blood groups
-Doctor, Doctor!

BODY 8:11am
Respiratory and Circulatory Quiz (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) (35-40 min)
-work on wordsearch, respiratory chapter questions, or digestive chapter questions.
Components of Blood (8, 9, 10) (35 min) 8:50am
*What are the four main components of blood? (10)
*What is in our blood that prevents us from bleeding to death? (10)
*How does blood help in gas transport? (11)
*How do scabs form? What causes blood to clot? (12)
*How does blood help us fight infections? (13)
(individually, partners, or groups of 3)
Hemophilia (15 min)-info on whiteboards
-A famous person with Hemophilia
-Fun fact
-What is the condition?
-What causes it?
-What is your blood made of?

Come back to class and review (people, condition, causes, and what is blood made of?)
-show video
What is blood? 2:23 www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRh_dAzXuoU
-Write down the 4 parts and their jobs (whiteboards)---BREAK
Info on EPO- 3 min- find and write down what you can (what it is, who uses it, what it does)
-go over whiteboards: key points-Athletes use it, increases number of red blood cells
(increases oxygen), blood gets thick, harder for heart to pump, heart is larger in athletes that use it because
your heart is a muscle and the harder it works the bigger it gets. (aka sludging)
What part of the blood are you lacking in hemophilia? (platelets- role is to help blood clot)
When you use EPO what part of the blood do you have too much of? (red blood cells)
Go over the 4 parts of the blood- Matching activity on whiteboards
a) platelets, b) plasma, c) leukocytes d) Erythrocytes
1) Which part would be involved with gas exchange?
2) Which part would cause blood to clot and scabs to form?
3) Which part would help fight against pathogens or infections?
4) Which part carries the cells in the blood?





ABO blood groups (25-30 min) 9:30am
*What are antigens and antibodies? (14,15)
*How do the ABO blood groups work? What antigens or antibodies are present for each blood type? (14)
*How do antigens/antibodies affect blood types with the Rh factor? (14,15)

-Whiteboards: What are the 4 different blood types? (pre assessment)
: What is an antigen/ what is an antibody? (best educated guess)
*go over what an antigen is and what an antibody does/is
*relate antigens/antibodies to blood types
-each blood type has certain antigens that act as markers/flags, and create antibodies that
will attack other types of cells.
-if you have A blood and you are given B blood in a shot, you produce antibodies that attack
B blood cells (they dont have the same antigens/markers as A blood cells)
VIDEO: Blood types with donuts and sprinkles (1:51-8:14)
-Draw a chart on the white boards to show which blood types can donate to others (Review as a class and fix
any hiccups)
-Make a good copy of the chart (blood types along top (donor) and bottom (receiver)- have to fill in which
antibodies would be produced and if blood could be received or not. *can draw the blood types if it helps
them conceptualize

Doctor, Doctor! (40 min) 10:00 am
-Go over assignment (what it is)
-Go over expectations (detail, form, effort)
-students can get a good start on it

CLOSURE 7 min (1,2,3,5,6,7) (10:40 am)
Whiteboards:
-Write two things you learned about blood (parts of it, blood groups, antigens/antibodies)
-Go around and share
***When done, clean off whiteboards, place them back at the front-markers away and tissues in the
garbage
NEXT CLASS- Blood review, Intro to the Immune system, Bodys defense systems

Sponge Activity
-Questions from bucket
-Term review