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Animal System Lesson Plan for the Week of 4/20/15-4/24/15

Monday (4/20)
Debrief Circulatory
Relay/ PBL Presentation
Objectiv
es

SWBAT:
The circulatory
transports white
blood cells to
the site of
infection or
injury.
The respiratory
system interacts
with the
circulatory
system to
facilitate
exchange of
carbon dioxide
and oxygen.
The digestive
system interacts
with the
circulatory
system to
absorb nutrients.

Tuesday (4/21)
PBL Presentation/Lines
of Defense (Immune
system)
SWBAT:
Blocking viral
entry into the
host cell is the
most efficient
mechanism to
prevent viral
infection.
HIV binds to and
infects T helper
cells.
White blood cells
are responsible
for the
destruction of
pathogens.
Blocking viral
entry into the
host cell is the
most efficient
mechanism to
prevent viral
infection.
The
integumentary
system and the
skeletal system
function as the
first line of
defense against
injury or illness.
The immune
system interacts
with the
circulatory and

Wednesday (4/22)
Enzymes/Digestive
System
SWBAT:
The role of
enzymes in
nutrient
absorption is to
act as a catalyst
to reduce the
activation
energy required
which can speed
up the chemical
reaction
(digestion).
Enzymes are
specific for their
substrate (lock
and key).
The function of
an enzyme
depends on its
shape.
Denaturation
caused by
changes in
temperature can
affect the shape
of an enzyme.
Enzymes only
function within a
specific pH
range.
The location and
pH of enzymes
involved in
digestion.

Thursday (4/23)
Gingerbread Man Review

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Friday (4/24)
Test

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Animal System Lesson Plan for the Week of 4/20/15-4/24/15


Monday (4/20)
Debrief Circulatory
Relay/ PBL Presentation

LA

ENGAGE:
Explain the
interaction
between
circulatory
system&
respiratory system
& digestive system
EXPLORE & EXPLAIN:
Each team will
have ~5 min to
present, each
member will have

Tuesday (4/21)
PBL Presentation/Lines
of Defense (Immune
system)
skeletal system
as the second
and third line of
defense against
injury or illness.
Bacteria cause
disease by
competing for
resources or by
releasing toxins
that damage the
host.
Bacterial
infections are
treated with
antibiotics.
Vaccines are
used to prevent
both viral and
bacterial
infections.
ENGAGE:
Show students the
burning video.
Ask students
What would
happen if you
didnt have skin?
What is the
purpose of skin?
EXPLORE & EXPLAIN:
Each team will
have ~5 min to
present, each
member will have

Wednesday (4/22)
Enzymes/Digestive
System

Thursday (4/23)
Gingerbread Man Review

Friday (4/24)
Test

(Amylasemouth:pH 7.0;
Pepsin-stomach:
pH 2.0; and
Trypsin-small
intestine: pH
8.0).

ENGAGE:
Ask students You
ate a burger during
lunch, how come
you didnt poop out
a burger when you
go to the
restroom?
EXPLORE:
Show them a
demo of spaghetti
with soap and
other solutions

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Animal System Lesson Plan for the Week of 4/20/15-4/24/15


Monday (4/20)
Debrief Circulatory
Relay/ PBL Presentation
to present.
The audience
should take notes
down according to
their google slide
Presenting Team:
Circulatory,
Respiratory,
Digestive,
Muscular,
Skeletal,
Excretory
ELABORATE:
I will ask extra
questions with
each system.
EVALUATE/ASSESS:
Exit Ticket: 5
Questions on each
system being
presented

Resource
s

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Tuesday (4/21)
PBL Presentation/Lines
of Defense (Immune
system)
to present.
The audience
should take notes
down according to
their google slide
Presenting Team:
Immune,
Male/Female
Reproductive,
Endocrine,
Integumentary,
Nervous
ELABORATE:
I will ask extra
questions with
each system.
EVALUATE/ASSESS:
Exit Ticket: 5
Questions on each
system being
presented
Homework:
Review
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Wednesday (4/22)
Enzymes/Digestive
System

Thursday (4/23)
Gingerbread Man Review

Friday (4/24)
Test

EXPLAIN:
This is how
digestive system
works using
enzymes.
Enzyme is specific
for its shape. Give
the lock and the
key example.
ELABORATE:
Give students
graph
example/questions

EVALUATE/ASSESS:
Exit Ticket: Graph
questions

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