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Full Week #15 Lesson Chemistry and Anatomy and Physiology 2010-2011

Full Week #15 Lesson Chemistry and Anatomy and Physiology 2010-2011

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Full Week Lesson Chemistry / Week # __15___ Quarter #2 Ferzo Topics: Activities: Learning Objectives: The student will

be able to— Monday:
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Lesson subject to change as needed Framework Standards and Benchmarks: (including applied learning skills)
C5.2 Chemical Changes C5.2x Balancing Equations

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Chapter 8 Chemical Reactions 8-1: Write equations describing chemical reactions using appropriate symbols 8-1: Write balanced chemical equations when given the names or formulas of the reactants and products in a chemical reaction 8-2: Identify a reaction as combination, decomposition, single-replacement double-replacement, or combustion 8-2: Predict the products of combination, decomposition, single-replacement double-replacement, or combustion 8-3: not doing…

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More Practice Balancing Equations Vocabulary and out outline 8.1-8.2

Tuesday:
1. 2. More Practice Balancing Equations Vocabulary worksheet

C5.2 Chemical Changes Chemical changes can occur when two substances, elements, or compounds interact and produce one or more different substances whose physical and chemical properties are different from the interacting substances. When substances undergo chemical change, the number of atoms in the reactants is the same as the number of atoms in the products. This can be shown through simple balancing of chemical equations. Mass is conserved when substances undergo chemical change. The total mass of the interacting substances (reactants) is the same as the total mass of the substances produced (products). C5.2A Balance simple chemical equations applying the conservation of matter. C5.2B Distinguish between chemical and physical changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products. C5.2C Draw pictures to distinguish the relationships between atoms in physical and chemical changes.

Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) Text/Materials/ Resources: Section 8-2 From book Wrap-up / Reflections: Test Worksheets Class participation

Wednesday: 8.2 Types of chemical reactions 1. Notes reaction types 2. Vocabulary worksheet (make) from review module + ID types of reactions 3. Study for vocab quiz Wednesday http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=tE4668aarck&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHHvx1VC_8&NR=1

Thursday: Assessment round #6
8.2 Types of chemical reactions 1. Practice ID different types of reactions * 2. Practice Balancing types of Reactions 3. Study for vocab part of quiz Friday http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ul4xRy8hcsQ&NR=1

Friday:
Quiz balancing equations… And ID Equation types and Vocabulary **When finished with all mole problems we should come back around and show and do again in semester 2 along with naming of cpds as part of act prep. 6 wk 16

Notes:

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Notes reactivity Series (some examples) Worksheet reactivity series

More--Practice Reactivity Series

1. 8-2 review module Crossword puzzle / word search

Go to Christmas Break

Jan 3rd Monday

Go to Christmas Break

Return From Break January

Full Week Lesson / Anatomy and Physiology Ferzo Learning Objectives: The student will be able to—
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Week # __15___ Quarter #2 Topics: Activities:
Monday:
Explore the skeleton Features of Bones
(will need a overhead of Skull)

Lesson subject to change as needed Framework Standards and Benchmarks: (including applied learning skills)
This course is a Science elective and will enhance standards but will not cover all science content standards; those that apply or closely apply will be listed here: B2.4 Cell Specialization B2.5 Living Organism Composition B2.4 Cell Specialization In multicellular organisms, specialized cells perform specialized functions. Organs and organ systems are composed of cells and function to serve the needs of cells for food, air, and waste removal. The way in which cells function is similar in all living organisms B2.4B Describe how various organisms have developed different specializations to accomplish a particular function and yet the end result is the same (e.g., excreting nitrogenous wastes in animals, obtaining oxygen for respiration). B2.5 Living Organism Composition All living or once-living organisms are composed of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Carbohydrates and lipids contain many carbon-hydrogen bonds that also store energy. B2.5B Explain how major systems and processes work together in animals and plants, including relationships between organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms. Relate these to molecular functions.

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1. Classify bones according to their shapes and name and example from each group 2. Describe the general structure of a bone and list the functions of its parts *3. Distinguish between intramembranous and enodchondral bones and explain how such bones grow and develop *4. Describe the effects of sunlight, nutrition, hormonal secretions and exercise on bone development. 5. Discuss the major functions of bones 6. Distinguish between the axial and appendicular skeletons and name the major parts of each. 7. Locate and identify the bones and major features of the bones that comprise the skull, vertebral column, thoracic cage, pectoral girdle, upper limb, pelvic girdle, and lower limb.

Notes bones of skull / Skeleton Sections (10-15 minutes) When finished have students color bones of the skull  Color Plate  Video : skull bones cranial and facial bones of the skull, it is a very good studying material for human anatomy students. I got it from my professor as an extra ... 1 year ago 32,467 views cattosa3

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Tuesday:
Bone of skull Notes cont 1. Skull Bones / Face Bones continued… 2. Worksheet: skull worksheet Mr. Fords Anatomy Physiology: 07:05 Cranial Bone pt 1

Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) Text/Materials/ Resources: Chapter 5 of Anatomy book Blank paper Colored pencils Video Wrap-up / Reflections: Reflection questions for end of lesson:
o o o o List three things you want to remember about today’s class. Explain what was new to you today (use pic, numbers and or words) Most interesting / Least interesting from today class 1. Bone Reading Packet and Questions Bone Id puzzle 1. Bone ID quiz worksheet and word 2. Bone cell Notes search

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The skull is made of two components: the cranial bones and the facial bones. This video is part 1 of 2 that looks at the cranial bones of the ...

Wednesday:
Face bones 1. Continue with Bone notes of Face bones 2. Start Appendicular skeleton 3. Mr. Fords Anatomy Physiology: 07:05 Cranial Bone pt 2 The skull is made of two components: the cranial bones and the facial bones. This video is part 2 of 2 that looks at the cranial bones of the ... Bone ID and study for wks for bone id quiz January 8th

Thursday:
Finish Face bone Notes & Continue appendicular skeleton 1. Notes appendicular skeleton 2. Color plate sections of skeleton Bone ID puzzle Next January 8th study

Friday: 1. Notes handout Long bone Features

2. Worksheet Review long bone features(make up)

Notes
1. Bone test… allow students time (10min) to review

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wk 16

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Last day before break… 1. Long bone worksheet.

Jan 3rd Monday we get back from break Review Bones

2. TEST bones and Skeleton

Return From Break January

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