Posted by: mrborden | August 30, 2015

Week 4 levels of organization, taxonomy and body system


August 22 2016
QFD: A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so good
Essential Question of the Day: What is the lowest level of organization for an organism ? The highest?
Create a flow chart demonstrating the levels of organization in a human body

Anatomy and physiology : what are the four major types of carbohydrates?
This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between the various levels of organization as they relate to homeostasis
Anatomy and Physiology: students will demonstrate an understanding of biochemistry involving carbohydrates
Today’s performance objective : students will take Cornell style notes on the levels of organization within a human body, and terms related to taxonomy
Anatomy and physiology : notes on biochemistry of carbohydrates

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Domain Eukarya
-Organisms have cells with a true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.
Kingdom Animalia
-Organisms are multicellular with no cell walls and are heterotrophs.
Phylum Chordata
-Organisms possess notochord, postanal tail and pharyngeal pouches at some point during their life cycle. Organisms have bilateral symmetry, segmented bodies, developed coelom, dorsal nerve cord, closed circulatory systems, complete digestive system and an endoskeleton.
Subphylum Vertebrata
-Organisms have a vertebral column or a backbone. They move due to muscles attached to their endoskeletons. These organisms also have a digestive system with large glands (pancreas and liver) and a ventral heart with 2-4 chambers.
Class Mammalia
-Organisms have 3 middle ear bones, hair, and produce milk from mammary glands.
Order Carnivora
-Organisms primarily eat meat. They have 4 to 5 toes on each leg or arm and have sharp canine teeth.
Family Canidae
-Organisms have elongated feet and legs, 5 toes on the forefeet and 4 toes on the hindfeet, non-retractile claws, and usually form packs with strict social hierarchy systems.
Genus Canis
-This includes wolves, coyotes, jackals and domestic dogs.
Subspecies Canis lupus familiaris
-Canis is the Latin word for dog. Domestic dogs are ancestors of the grey wolf.

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1) What are the levels of organization of the human body?
2) Which type of tissue covers the surface of the body?
3) What are the functions of the skeletal system?
4) Which organ system supports the body and allows it to move?
5) Explain how form and function are related in human cells. Include examples.
6) Compare and contrast epithelial and muscle tissues.
Hw : honors and anatomy
Vocabulary
cell
connective tissue
epithelial tissue
muscle tissue
nervous tissue
neuron
organ
organ system
tissue
Sept 1 2015
QFD: People who say they sleep like a baby usually don’t have one. – Leo J. Burke
Essential Question of the Day:
Create a flow chart demonstrating the levels of organization in a human body

This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between the various levels of organization as they relate to homeostasis
HS LS 1-2
Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms
Today’s performance objective : students will create their own levels of organization related to the nervous system within 4 various and diverse species
1) Cornell notes on levels of organization and taxonomy
Sept 2 2015
QFD: My ancestors didn’t fight their way to the top of the food chain so I could become a vegetarian
Essential Question of the Day:
Create a flow chart demonstrating the levels of organization in a human body

This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between the various levels of organization as they relate to homeostasis
HS LS 1-2
Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms
Today’s performance objective : students will use a graphic organizer to take notes of the various levels of organization
1) posters on taxonomy (pairs) 100 points 2days
Sept 3 2015
QFD: All my life I thought air was free until I bought a bag of chips
Essential Question of the Day:
Create a dlow chart demonstrating the levels of organization in a human body

This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between the various levels of organization as they relate to homeostasis
HS LS 1-2
Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms
Today’s performance objective : students will demonstrate their knowledge of taxonomy by completing an artifact that explains the various domains in taxonomy.
Epilepsy info
Ashley’s Story
Sept 4 2015
QFD: Why do people try park as close as the can to the entrance when they go to the gym to work out
Essential Question of the Day:
give an example of a claim, evidence, and a hypothesis

This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between the various levels of organization as they relate to homeostasis
HS LS 1-2
Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms
Today’s performance objective : students will demonstrate an understanding of taxonomy and, levels of organization by completing a quiz at 70 % or higher .. Honors 80% or body system activity
2ppt

Anatomy and physiology Students will demonstrate their knowledge of body systems by creating a drawing that illustrates all of the body systems and their functions
1) rapid fire body systems

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