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Week 39

 Date Objective/ Procedure Handouts/ Labs Homework
6/10

Brain & Senses Test

1. Demonstrate their knowledge of the parts of the brain, neurons,  lobes of the cerebrum, learning and memory, the teenage brain on an evaluation using: Edmodo

2. Virtual Earthworm Dissection
 Observe the external and internal Earthworm anatomy to prepare for the upcoming dissection: Draw, label, and identify in Science Journal:

 A. External: Use the Earthworm review :setae, clitellum

B. Internal:Use: Worm World :mouth, ,esophagus, pharynx, crop, gizzard, intestine

 3. Other sites to use: Earthworm Tutorial, Earthworm Dissection, Virtual Worm: Identify: suprapharangeal ganglia, aortic arches

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.5

 Final Post Test
 

 

Review for Final Post Test- via Edmodo

6/11 Earthworm Dissection

1. Follow proper safety rules and dissect the earthworm according to what was learned during the virtual dissection

2.Observe and identify the internal and external structures of the earthworm

 A. External: Identify:setae, clitellum

B. Internal:identify: mouth, ,esophagus, pharynx, crop, gizzard, intestine

 3.  Identify: suprapharangeal ganglia, aortic arches

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.5

 

  Review for Final Post Test- via Edmodo
6/12 Life Science Final

1. Demonstrate knowledge of the Life Science course on an examination via Edmodo

2. Practice dissecting a Frog Dissection virtually on the Internet in preparation of the Frog Dissection

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.5

Binders Due

Textbooks Due

Post Test

 

6/13 Virtual Frog Dissection

1. Practice dissecting a Frog Dissection virtually on the Internet in preparation of the Frog Dissection

2. Identify and understand the functions of the organs (heart, lungs, pancreas, kidney, stomach, large and small intestines, gallbladder) that make up the organ systems (digestive, circulatory, excretory, respiratory) in the frog

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.5

Band Trip

 

 
6/14 Frog Dissection

1. Follow proper safety rules and dissect the frog according to what was learned during the virtual dissection

2. Identify and understand the functions of the organs (heart, lungs, pancreas, kidney, stomach, large and small intestines, gallbladder) that make up the organ systems (digestive, circulatory, excretory, respiratory) in the frog

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.5

 

   

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                               Last Updated: Wednesday August 28, 2013 09:19 PM -0400