Bacteria, Viruses, & the Immune System
   

Schedule Dates

State Standards / Objectives


Instructional Activities

Mar 4

Thurs

Students will know there are important differences between bacteria and viruses with respect to their requirements for growth and replication

1) Homework due for period middle of ch 23-1 outline starting at bacteria and ending at the end of 23-2.
2) Bacterial structure and function
3) Most Wanted Moneran Posters work time

homework: finish getting information and resources for poster (you get 30 min Tues to assemble it)

Mar 10

Tues

Students will know there are important differences between bacteria and viruses with respect to their requirements for growth and replication

1) 20-30 min to assemble poster
2) Poster session Write 5 things you have learned about bacterial pathogens from this activity.
3) Dreaded Red simulation
4) Spring Research Papers

Homework: finish posters

Mar 11

Wed

Students will know there are important differences between bacteria and viruses with respect to their requirements for growth and replication

1) Poster Session for bacterial diseases

Homework: ch 24-1 outline, vocab & cues; finish poster to turn in

Post your topic for research paper on class eboard (1st period; 5th period)

Mar 12

Thurs

Students will know there are important differences between bacteria and viruses with respect to their requirements for growth and replication

1) Hand in 24-1 outline/vocab
2) Finish poster sessions and submit posters
3) Viral structure and function lecture
4) Virus vs Bacteria foldy

Homework due Monday: Bacteria vs Virus foldy, post your research paper topic (1st period; 5th period)

Mar 16

Mon

Students will know there are important differences between bacteria and viruses with respect to their requirements for growth and replication

1) Hand in bacterial foldy
2) Retrovirus structure notes
3) Test Review for Tuesday Bacteria and Virus test (html, ppm)

Homework: Review for Tues microorganism test

Mar 17

Tues

Students will know the body’s primary defenses against bacterial and viral infections, and effective treatments of these infections.

1) Bacteria & Virus MC Test
2) Research Paper Topics Discussion
3) Ch 47-1 Outline & Vocab n Cues
4) coevolution of pathogens and people

Homework: Finish Ch 47-1 Outline & Voc n Cues; Post topic if you haven't already (1st period; 5th period)!

Mar 19

Thurs

Students know the role of the skin in providing nonspecific defenses against infection.

1) submit 17-1 homework
2) video on HIV evolution
3) nonspecific defenses
4) Touch Receptor Lab: Problem, Hypothesis, Data, Graph, Conclusion (paragraph 1= restate hypothesis; did your data support your hypothesis; use your averages from each skin area. paragraph 5= what is your most current understanding of the relationship of the IV to the DV; what are two things you learned from this lab?

Homework: Ch 47-2 outline & vocab n cues; Finish touch receptor lab as seen above.

Mar 23

PLC Mon

Students know the role of antibodies in the body’s response to infection. 1) submit homework for evaluation
2) Specific Immune Responses discussion

Mar 24

Tues

Students know the role of antibodies in the body’s response to infection.

1) submit diagram of cell mediated immune response
2) make brain map of vocabulary words for human defense
3) immune response simulation

Homework: study for defense vocabulary words @ Quia.com test on Thurs

Mar 26

Thurs

 

1) immune system (ch 47) vocab test
2) review sheet for mc test on Monday (html)
3) video on HIV evolution (at minute 42 of this video)

Homework: study for ch 47 mc test

Mar 30

Mon

 

1) went over test review / decided to have test Tues
2) neuron structure

Homework: ch 49-1 vocab & cues; 49-1 outline

Mar 31

Tues

 

  1) Took test ch 47 mc
2) Review for district exam html (username & password protected by the "f-word" most used by mr pitts in class)