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Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: Intro to BiologyAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What is the definition of biology?2.What is the difference between an observation and an inference?3. What are the steps of the scientific method?Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessment1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative- slap game5 daysLecture/NotesFormative-walking aroundobserving, also asking questionsand exit tickets.PowerPoint3 daysWorksheetsFormativeOGT packet, IdentifyingControls, Frog book, TheScience of Biology1 dayReviewFormative- observations duringthe gamePowerPoint-Jeopardy1 dayWritten testSummativeNotes and BookVocabulary:Biology, Homeostasis, Development, Observation, Measuring, Sampling, Hypothesis, InferenceResources

Core Standards(OLD) PreK-12 ScienceS05.Scientific InquiryA.Participate in and apply the processes of scientific investigation to create models and to design, conduct,evaluate and communicate the results of these investigations. (09-10)02.Present scientific findings using clear language, accurate data, appropriate graphs, tables, maps andavailable technology. (10)04.Draw conclusions from inquiries based on scientific knowledge and principles, the use of logic and evidence(data) from investigations. (10)05.Explain how new scientific data can cause any existing scientific explanation to be supported, revised orrejected. (10)S06.Scientific Ways of KnowingA.Explain that scientific knowledge must be based on evidence, be predictive, logical, subject to modificationand limited to the natural world. (09-10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: ChemistryAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What is an atom and what are its 3 components?2. What is the atomic number and how do you find the number of neutrons?3. What is an isotope?Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative-Slap game4 daysLecture/NotesFormative- walking aroundobserving, also asking questionsand exit tickets.PowerPoint2 daysWorksheetsFormativeProton, neutron, electronworksheet, frog book, OGTpacket, Chemical Basis ofLife.2 daysVerbal test/Written testSummativeNotes and BookVocabulary:Chemistry, Matter, Substance, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties, Elements, Chemical Bond, Compound, Mixtures, Heterogeneous,Homogeneous, Protons, Neutrons, Electrons, Atom, Neutral Atom, Atomic number, Mass number, Isotopes, Reactivity, Corrosion ,Physical Change, Chemical Change, Law of Conservation, Energy, Thermal Energy, Temperature, Endothermic Change, ExothermicChange, Ionic bonds, Covalent bonds.

Core StandardsPreK-12 ScienceS03.Physical SciencesA.Describe that matter is made of minute particles called atoms and atoms are comprised of even smallercomponents. Explain the structure and properties of atoms. (09-10)B.Explain how atoms react with each other to form other substances and how molecules react with each otheror other atoms to form even different substances. (09-10)C.Describe the identifiable physical properties of substances (e.g., color, hardness, conductivity, density,concentration and ductility). Explain how changes in these properties can occur without changing thechemical nature of the substance. (09-10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: BiochemistryAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What are the 5 types of organic compounds?2. How are organic compounds different than inorganic compounds?3. What are the different types of bonds?Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative-Slap game4 daysLecture/NotesFormative- observations walkingaround the class and askingquestionsPowerPoint2 daysWorksheetsFormativeOGT packet, Molecules ofLife3 daysBuilding Monomers LabSummative- checking thecorrectness of the models.Molecule kits1 dayReviewFormativePowerPoint2 daysVerbal test/Written testSummativeNotes and BookVocabulary:Inorganic compounds, Organic compounds, Isomers, Macromolecules, Monomers, Polymers, Dehydration Synthesis, Hydrolysis,Monosaccharides, Disaccharides Polysaccharides, Cellulose, Chiton, Saturated Fats, Unsaturated fats, Polyunsaturated fats, Proteins,Dipeptide, Peptide bond, Polypeptide, DNA, RNA, ATP

Core Standards(OLD) PreK-12 ScienceS02.Life SciencesD.Explain the flow of energy and the cycling of matter through biological and ecological systems (cellular,organismal and ecological). (09-10)11.Explain that living organisms use matter and energy to synthesize a variety of organic molecules (e.g.,proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids) and to drive life processes (e.g., growth, reacting to theenvironment, reproduction and movement). (10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: CellsAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What are the 3 parts of the cell theory?2. What are the 2 types of cells and how are they different?3. What is the importance of the organelles within a cell.Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources3 daysLecture/NotesFormative- walking aroundobserving, also asking questionsand exit tickets.PowerPoint5 daysWorksheet challengeSummativeLabel a plant, label ananimal, Introduction to theCell, Parts of a EukaryoticCell, A Tour of the Cell,Study Guide, Function ofthe Organelles, Parts of aCell Matching1 dayComputer LabFormativeCellsalive.com2 daysMini QuizzesFormative1 dayPumpkin ProjectSummativeBook, notes, andworksheets2 daysTesting- students will have the option to takethe verbal test, if they do not get 5 correctanswers, they will have to take the written test.SummativeNotes and book

Vocabulary:Cell theory, Cellular Differentiation, Prokaryotic Cell, Eukaryotic Cell, Chromosome, Organelles, Plasma Membrane, Nucleus,Nucleolus, Nuclear Pore, Genes, Chromatin, Centrioles, Cytoplasm, Cytoplasmic Streaming, Ribosome, Smooth EndoplasmicReticulum, Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Body, Lysosome, Vacuole, Mitochondria, Cristae, Microtubules, Cell Wall, Plastids,Chromoplast, Leucoplast, Chloroplast, Tumors, Metastasis, VirusCore StandardsS02.Life SciencesA.Explain that cells are the basic unit of structure and function of living organisms, that once life originated allcells come from pre-existing cells, and that there are a variety of cell types. (09-10)01.Explain that living cellsa. are composed of a small number of key chemical elements (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen,phosphorus and sulfur)b. are the basic unit of structure and function of all living thingsc. come from pre-existing cells after life originated, andd. are different from viruses. (10)02.Compare the structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles in eukaryotic cells (e.g., nucleus,chromosome, mitochondria, cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplast, cilia, flagella) and prokaryotic cells. (10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: Cellular TransportAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What is the importance of the cell membrane?2. How is active transport different from passive transport?3. What are the different types of active and passive transport?Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative- slap game3 daysLecture/NotesFormative walking aroundobserving, also asking questionsand exit tickets.PowerPoint1 dayJeopardy Review GameFormative- observations duringthe gamePowerPoint1 dayQuizSummativeNotes and BookVocabulary:Cellular transport, Homeostasis, Lipid layer, Phospholipids, Cholesterol, Transport Proteins, Pumps and Gates, Tunnels and Poles,Hydrophilic, Hydrophobic, Permeable, Diffusion, Simple Diffusion, Concentration gradient, Facilitated Diffusion, Osmosis, Hypertonic,Hypotonic, Isotonic, Turgor Pressure, Active Transport, Sodium-Potassium Pump, Bulk Transport, Endocytosis, Phagocytosis,Pinocytosis, ExocytosisCore Standards(OLD) PreK-12 ScienceS02.Life SciencesB.Explain the characteristics of life as indicated by cellular processes and describe the process of cell division

and development. (09-10)03. Explain the characteristics of life as indicated by cellular processes includinga. homeostasisb. energy transfers and transformationc. transportation of moleculesd. disposal of wastese. synthesis of new molecules. (10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyEssential Questions for this unit:Time FrameUnit: Cell DivisionAcademic Year: 2013-20141. What is the difference between Mitosis and Meiosis?2. Which types of cells go through Mitosis? Which type of cells go through Meiosis?3. How many chromosomes do you have at the end of Mitosis and Meiosis?Instructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary gameFormative-- Students will play theslap game to go over vocabularyfor this section.4 daysNotes/lecture over materialFormative- walking aroundobserving, also asking questionsand exit tickets.1 dayLicorice activityFormative- observations while thegame is going on.1 dayComputer labFormative- observations, walkingaround while students areworking on the website.Website: cellsalive.com1 dayMitosis book with picturesSummativeNotes2 daysTesting- students will have the option to takethe verbal test, if they do not get 5 correctanswers, they will have to take the written test.Summative- verbal and writtentest scoresPowerPoint

Vocabulary:Asexual Reproduction, Binary Fission, Budding, Spores, Regeneration, Sexual Reproduction, Cell division, DNA, Chromosomes, chromatin,histones, Chromatid, Centromere, Somatic Cell, Homologous, Gametes, Fertilization, Autosomes, Karyotype, Gene, Interphase, Mitosis,Cytokinesis, Cleavage Furrow, Cell Plate, Oogenesis, Spermatogenesis, Synapsis, Tetrad, Crossing Over, Chiasma, Independent assortmentCore Standards(OLD) PreK-12 ScienceS02.Life SciencesB.Explain the characteristics of life as indicated by cellular processes and describe the process of cell divisionand development. (09-10)04.Summarize the general processes of cell division and differentiation, and explain why specialized cells areuseful to organisms and explain that complex multicellular organisms are formed as highly organizedarrangements of differentiated cells. (10)C.Explain the genetic mechanisms and molecular basis of inheritance. (09-10)07.Describe that spontaneous changes in DNA are mutations, which are a source of genetic variation. Whenmutations occur in sex cells, they may be passed on to future generations; mutations that occur in body cellsmay affect the functioning of that cell or the organism in which that cell is found. (10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: GeneticsAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. What is the difference between homozygous and heterozygous?2. How do you find the phenotype and genotype?3. What is the difference between the p1, f1 and f2 generations.Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative-Slap game4 daysLecture/NotesFormative- observations walkingaround the class and askingquestionsPowerPoint4 daysWorksheetsFormativeOGT packet, MonohybridCross, Genetics ProblemTest, Crossword, CrossesInvolving 1 Trait, GeneticsWith a Smile1 dayReviewFormativePowerPoint2 daysVerbal test/Written testSummativeNotes and BookVocabulary:Genetics Vocabulary Trait, Heredity, Genetics, Allele, Dominant, Recessive, Genotype,Phenotype, Homozygous genotype, Heterozygousgenotype, Self-fertilization, Cross-fertilization, Parental P1 Generation, F1 Generation, F2 Generation, Genes, Law ofDominance, Law of Segregation, Law of Independent Assortment, Incomplete Dominance, Codominace, Dihybrid cross,

ProbabilityCore StandardsS02.Life SciencesC.Explain the genetic mechanisms and molecular basis of inheritance. (09-10)05.Illustrate the relationship of the structure and function of DNA to protein synthesis and the characteristics of an organism. (10)06.Explain that a unit of hereditary information is called a gene, and genes may occur in different forms called alleles (e.g., gene for pea plantheight has two alleles, tall and short). (10)07.Describe that spontaneous changes in DNA are mutations, which are a source of genetic variation. When mutations occur in sex cells, theymay be passed on to future generations; mutations that occur in body cells may affect the functioning of that cell or the organism in which thatcell is found. (10)08.Use the concepts of Mendelian and non-Mendelian genetics (e.g., segregation, independent assortment, dominant and recessive traits, sexlinked traits and jumping genes) to explain inheritance. (10)

Carrollton Exempted Village School District – Carrollton, OhioOHIO COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCurriculum MapCourse Title: BiologyUnit: Mechanisms of HeredityAcademic Year: 2013-2014Essential Questions for this Month: 1. How do genetic mutations occur?2. What is a pedigree and how do you apply it?3. How are sex-linked traits different from other traits?Time FrameInstructional Strategies and DifferentiationAssessmentResources1 dayVocabulary ReviewFormative-Slap game3 daysLecture/NotesFormative- observations walkingaround the class and askingquestionsPowerPoint2 daysWorksheetsFormativeBook work pg 216-221,Inheritance Problems,Investigation: Sex-LinkedTrait