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AGENDAS FOR THE WEEK: Feb 26 – Mar 2

MONDAY TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY THURSDAY & FRIDAY


Objective(s): SWBAT Objective(s): SWBAT Objective(s): SWBAT
*Describe the lipid bilayer as a fluid mosaic *Describe osmosis and state in which direction *Compare and contrast the processes of passive
*Differentiate between permeable, impermeable, water will travel in relation to solutes and active transport
and selectively permeable *Define hypotonic, isotonic, and hypertonic *
*Describe passive transport mechanisms such as *Describe the active transport processes, including *
diffusion, osmosis, and facilitated diffusion ion pumps, exocytosis, and endocytosis CCSS/NGSSS: SC.912.L.14.2: Relate structure
CCSS/NGSSS: SC.912.L.14.2: Relate structure CCSS/NGSSS: SC.912.L.14.2: Relate structure to to function for the components of plant and
to function for the components of plant and function for the components of plant and animal animal cells. Explain the role of cell membranes
animal cells. Explain the role of cell membranes cells. Explain the role of cell membranes as a as a highly
as a highly highly selective barrier (passive and active transport).
selective barrier (passive and active transport). selective barrier (passive and active transport).
Engage: Prediction sheet to get them thinking Engage: Shell-less egg in Karo syrup and in water Engage: Recall lessons on active and passive
about it. Discuss predictions on sheet, they to show osmosis (5 min and then throughout class) transport, small review on what solutes are

P discuss to the table then to the class (5-10 min) transported by which processes, which need
membrane proteins (10 min)

Explore: Dialysis tubing lab (30-40 min) Explore: Egg in syrup/water demo discussion, Explore
compare to dialysis lab, predict based on dialysis

L Explain: Review and discuss dialysis tubing lab


results (5-10 min)
Notes on lipid bilayer and passive transport.
results (5 min)

Explain: Notes on osmosis and tonicity, recalling


Explain: Finish notes, if needed (10 min)
Movement activity: Red Rover Send Particles
Over, students direct each other and themselves
Arrangement of the lipids in the lipid bilayer, dialysis lab with starch/water during. Use data and (45-60 min)
different types of permeability, simple diffusion, results from lab to show that water follows solutes Discuss and review activity, if things were done
facilitated diffusion (30 min) across a membrane (30 min) right, what they learned from activity or what
Study.com video on passive diffusion (10 min) Go back to egg demo, gather results, discuss they knew before activity that helped them (10
results (5 min) (sense-making) min)
Elaborate Active transport notes, covering ion pumps, Introduce homeostasis, if needed (10 min)
exocytosis, endocytosis. Recall to last unit, Golgi

A sends vesicles for exocytosis (30 min)


Study.com videos on active transport (10 min)
Elaborate

Elaborate: Talk about hyperhydration/water


intoxication after osmosis lesson, ask how it would
affect cells in body, how it relates to osmosis as
table discussions (10 min)

Evaluate and Summary: Small formative Evaluate and Summary Evaluate and Summary: Treat movement
assessment, OWL, after lab (10 min) activity as formative assessment, redirect

N students if they are not correct on a concept.


Formative assessment: I used to think/now I
know (10 min)
Resources: Dialysis tubing provided by mentor, dialysis Egg, vinegar (to dissolve shell), and syrup to be Red Rover activity:
tubing handout of own conception. Presentation bought by me, presentation and handout of own https://www.teachengineering.org/activities/view
on transport of own conception, handout for notes conception /van_membrane_activity3
of own conception