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Subject: Science

#3494. Knowing the Structures of a living thing

Science, level: Middle
Posted Fri Jun 24 07:18:03 PDT 2005 by Richard M. Chano (richardchano@yahoo.com).
Woolfolk Middle School, Yazoo City, USA
Materials Required: textbook, pictures
Concepts Taught: structures of a living thing

Day Comp. Objective/s Strategies Materials Evaluation/Assessment
Monday 1a List and define the major structures of the living system ∑ Teacher will identify the words cell, tissue, organ, organ system, and organism∑ Teacher will discuss & differentiate the terms and provide illustrations TextbookPicturesPencilpaper Pretest (quick write)Oral and written responses
Tuesday 1a Enable students to distinguish and describe among cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism ∑ Teacher will provide words that students will match into the following headings: cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism TextbookPencilpaper Oral and written responses
Wednesday 1a Differentiate the functions & structures of the cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism ∑ Teacher will discuss the function of the cell, tissue, organ, & organ system and relate these functions together to show how they affect the whole organism TextbookPencilpaper Oral and written responses
Thursday 1a Enable students to link the progressive relationship among cells, tissues, organs organ systems, and the whole organism ∑ Teacher will provide the students pictures of cells, tissue, organ, organ systems and make them draw a diagram on how each separate part contribute to the functioning of an organism. TextbookPicturesPencilpaper Oral and written responses
Friday 1a To make the students summarize and apply what they have learned about the structures of a living thing and analyze how damage on a cell will affect the other parts. ∑ Teacher will make the students enumerate and define the important terms learned∑ Teacher will let the students make a conclusion of what will happen to the other structures when a cell is damaged∑ Teacher will ask how cell repair is responsible to the functioning of the organism as a whole TextbookPencilpaper Post-test (quiz)Oral and written responses