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Due Date NotesAL COS / Objective / TopicBefore: 1/3 of classDuring: 2/3 of classAfter: 3/3 of classCross Curricular
1/3/2011 - TEACHER WORK DAY  Grades: Test & Projects = 60% / Homework & Classwork = 40%. A minimum of 9 major grades consisting of tests and projects are given per 9 week term. Tests, projects, and assignments are given in this syllabus. Additional quizzes and worksheets may be given. All tests are comprehensive and will cover texts, lectures, discussions, and other class materials up to the time of the test. The student is responsible for all textual materials whether covered in class or not.
1/4/2011 - TEACHER WORK DAY 
1/5/2011 - FIRST DAY OF TERM TWO FOR STUDENTS1STUDENT - FIRST DAY1.) Use appropriate anatomical terminology.
Examples: proximal, superficial, medial, supine, superior, inferior, anterior, posterior)     /     2.) Identify anatomical body planes, body cavities, and abdominopelvic regions of the human body. Additional Topics Covered: introduction, levels of organization, characteristics of life, maintenance of life, organization of the human body, anatomical terminology
FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE: (JOT NOTES):  TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Grade points and grading calculations
1/6/20112Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 1: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions  
1/7/20113  
1/10/20114  FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questions 
1/11/20115  
1/12/20116TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
1/13/20117Chapter 2: Chemical Basis of Life / Chapter 18: Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 1.) Use appropriate anatomical terminology.
Examples: proximal, superficial, medial, supine, superior, inferior, anterior, posterior)     /     2.) Identify anatomical body planes, body cavities, and abdominopelvic regions of the human body. Additional Topics Covered: structure of matter, chemical constituents of cells, distribution of body fluids, water balance, electrolyte balance, acid-base balance, acid-base imbalance
   Mathematical Integration: Geometrical planes and graphs
1/14/20118SUBSTITUTE 
1/17/2011 - MLK JR HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL MLK JR HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL     
1/18/20119  FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questions 
1/19/201110  
1/20/201111  
1/21/201112TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 2: Chemical Basis of Life / Chapter 18: Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
1/24/201113Chapter 3: Cells: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 3.) Classify major types of cells, including squamous, cuboidal, columnar, simple, and stratified. Additional Topics Covered: composite cell, movements through cell membrains, cell cycle, miosis, mitosisFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: SI measurements
1/25/201114  
1/26/201115  
1/27/201116  
1/28/201117TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 3: Cells TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
1/31/201118Chapter 4: Cellular Metabolism: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 3.) Classify major types of cells, including squamous, cuboidal, columnar, simple, and stratified. Additional Topics Covered: metabolic reactions, control of metabolic reactions, energy for metabolic reactions, metabolic pathways, nucleic acid, DNA replication, protein synthesisFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questions 
2/1/201119  
2/2/201120PROJECT PART 1 DUE 
2/3/201121  
2/4/201122TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 4: Cellular Metabolism TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
2/7/201123Chapter 5: Tissues / Chapter 6: Skin and the Integumentary System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 4.) Classify tissues as connective, muscular, nervous, or epithelial.     /     5.) Identify anatomical structures and functions of the integumentary system. a.) Identifying accessory organs b.) Recognizing diseases and disorders of the integumentary system (Examples: decubitus ulcer, melanoma, psoriasis Additional Topics Covered: epithelial tissues, connective tissues, muscle tissues, nervous tissues, types of membranes, skin and tissues, accessory organs of the skin, regulation of body temperature, healing of woundsFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical and Historical Integration: Body temperature and homeostasis
2/8/201124  
2/9/201125  
2/10/201126  
2/11/201127TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 5: Tissues / Chapter 6: Skin and the Integumentary System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
2/14/201128Chapter 7: Skeletal System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 6.) Identify bones that compose the skeletal system. a.) Identifying functions of the skeletal system b.) Identifying subdivisions of the skeleton as axial and appendicular skeletons c.) Classifying types of joints according to their movement d.) dentifying the four bone types e.) Identifying various types of skeletal system disorders (Examples: fractures, arthritis Additional Topics Covered: bone structure, bone development and growth, bone function, skeletal organization, skull, vertebral column, thoracic cage, pectoral girdle, upper limb, pelvic girdle, lower limb, joints
FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical and Historical Integration: Measurements of bones and body parts
2/15/201129  
2/16/2011 - ADOW this week30  
2/17/201131  
2/18/201132TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 7: Skeletal System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
2/21/2011 - 33Chapter 8: Muscular System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 7.) Identify major muscles, including origins, insertions, and actions. a.) Describing common types of body movements, including flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction b.) Classifying muscles based on functions in the body, including prime movers, antagonists, synergists, and fixators c.) Comparing skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscles based on their microscopic anatomy d.)  Identifying diseases and disorders of the muscular system Examples: muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, strain Additional Topics Covered: structure of skeletal muscle, skeletal muscle contraction, muscular responses, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle actions, major skeletal musclesFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Balancing equations (muscular contractions and algebra)
2/22/201134  
2/23/201135PROJECT PART 2 DUE 
2/24/201136  
2/25/201137TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 8: Muscular SystemTEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
2/28/2011 - AHSGE38Chapter 9: Nervous System / Chapter 10: Somatic and Special Senses: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 8.) Identify structures of the nervous system. a.) Explaining differences in the function of the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system b.) Labeling parts of sensory organs, including the eye, ear, tongue, and skin receptors c.) Recognizing diseases and disorders of the nervous system Examples: Parkinson's disease, meningitis Additional Topics Covered: general functions of the nervous system, neurogial cells, neurons, cell membrane potential, nerve impulses, the synapse, impulse processing, types of nerves, nerve pathways, meninges, spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, receptors and sensations, somatic senses, sense of smell, sense of taste, sense of hearing, sense of equilibrium, sense of sightFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Measurements related to cellular length and synaptic spacing
3/1/2011 - AHSGE39  
3/2/2011 - AHSGE40  
3/3/2011 - AHSGE41  
3/4/2011 - AHSGE42TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 9: Nervous System / Chapter 10: Somatic and Special Senses TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
3/7/201143Chapter 11: Endocrine System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 14.) Identify the endocrine glands and their functions.
a.) Describing effects of hormones produced by the endocrine glands b.) Identifying common disorders of the endocrine system  Examples: diabetes, goiter, hyperthyroidism  Additional Topics Covered: general characteristics of the endocrine system, hormone action, control of hormonal secretions, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, other endocrine glands, stress and health
FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Graphing and mathematics associated with growth
3/8/201144  
3/9/201145  
3/10/201146  
3/11/2011 - SPRING BREAK BEGINS AT END OF SCHOOL DAY47TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 11: Endocrine System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
3/21/201148Chapter12: Blood: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 9.) Identify structures and functions of the cardiovascular system. a.) Tracing the flow of blood through the body b.) Identifying components of blood c.)  Describing blood cell formation d.) Distinguishing among human blood groups e.) Describing common cardiovascular diseases and disorders Examples: myocardial infarction, mitral valve prolapse, varicose veins, arteriosclerosis Additional Topics Covered: blood and blood cells, blood plasma, hemostasis, blood groups and transfusionsFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: MAP & BP calculations
3/22/201149  
3/23/201150PROJECT PART 3 DUE 
3/24/201151  
3/25/201152TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter12: Blood TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
3/28/201153Chapter 13: Cardiovacular System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 9.) Identify structures and functions of the cardiovascular system. a.) Tracing the flow of blood through the body b.) Identifying components of blood c.)  Describing blood cell formation d.) Distinguishing among human blood groups e.) Describing common cardiovascular diseases and disorders Examples: myocardial infarction, mitral valve prolapse, varicose veins, arteriosclerosis Additional Topics Covered: structure of the heart, heart actions, blood vessels, blood pressure, paths of circulation, aterial system, venous systemFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Graphing and calculating cardiac rhythms
3/29/201154  
3/30/201155  
3/31/201156  
4/1/201157TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 13: Cardiovacular System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
4/4/201158Chapter 14: Lymphatic System and Immunity: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 15.) Identify physiological effects and components of the immune system. a.) Contrasting active and passive immunity b.) Evaluating the importance of vaccines c.) Recognizing disorders and diseases of the immune system
Examples: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), acute lymphocytic leukemia Additional Topics Covered: lympahtic pathways, tissue fluid and lymph, lymph movement, lymph nodes, thymus and spleen, body defenses against infection, innate (nonspecific) defenses, adaptive (specific) defenses - immunity
FIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Calculation of growth of wbc, bacteria, and viruses
4/5/201159  
4/6/201160PROJECT PART 4 DUE 
4/7/201161  
4/8/201162TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 14: Lymphatic System and Immunity TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
4/11/201163Chapter 15: Digestion and Nutrition: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 10.) Identify structures and functions of the digestive system. a.) Tracing the pathway of digestion from the mouth to the anus using diagrams b.) Identifying disorders affecting the digestive system Examples: ulcers, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis Additional Topics Covered: general characteristics of the alimentary canal, mouth, salivary glands, pharynx and esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, large intestine, nutrition and nutrientsFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Calculation of BMI / Mathematics associated with calories
4/12/201164  
4/13/201165  
4/14/201166  
4/15/201167TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 15: Digestion and Nutrition TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
4/18/201168Chapter 16: Repiratory System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 11.) Identify structures and functions of the respiratory system. a.) Tracing the pathway of the oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange b.) Recognizing common disorders of the respiratory system Examples: asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis Additional Topics Covered: organs of the respiratory system, breathing mechanism, control of breathing, alveolar gas exchanges, gas transportFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: O2-CO2 exchange / gas pressure calculation
4/19/201169  
4/20/201170  
4/21/201171TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 16: Repiratory System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
4/22/2011 - WEATHER DAY WEATHER DAY     
4/25/201172Chapter 17: Urinary System: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 13.) Identify structures and functions of the urinary system. a.) Tracing the filtration of blood from the kidneys to the urethra b.) Recognizing diseases and disorders of the urinary system Examples: kidney stones, urinary tract infections Additional Topics Covered: kidneys, urine formation, urine elimination, dialysisFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Calculations related to osmotic pressure and dialysis
4/26/201173  
4/27/201174  
4/28/201175  
4/29/201176TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 17: Urinary System TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
5/2/201177Chapter 19: Reproductive System / Chapter 20 Pregnancy, Growth, Development, and Genetics: TSW begin working on all chapter REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions 12.) Identify structures and functions of the reproductive system. a.) Differentiating between male and female reproductive systems b.) Recognizing stages of pregnancy and fetal development b.) Identifying disorders of the reproductive system Examples: endometriosis, sexually transmitted diseases, prostate cancer Additional Topics Covered: organs of the male reproductive system, hormonal control of male reproductive functions, organs of the female reproductive system, hormonal control of female reproductive functions, mammary glands, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, prenatal period, postnatal period, geneticsFIRST 1/3 OF CLASS: LECTURE (JOT NOTES) : TTW provide interpretation and analyxis of scientific  principles and materials while students take notesSECOND 1/3 OF CLASS: DISCUSSION (SOCRATIC DIALOGUE): TTW conduct class in a Socratic Dialogue mode while students understand, apply & evaluate  topic studiedTHIRD 1/3 OF CLASS: INDEPENDENT STUDENT WORK: (READ AND TALK: TSW independently reading materials, ask questions, and discuss class content as needed. TSW complete assigned questionsMathematical Integration: Calculations related to gestiational, birthing, and reproductive cycles
5/3/201178  
5/4/201179  
5/5/201180  
5/6/2011 - WEATHER DAY       
5/9/201181      
5/10/201182TEST / CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS DUE: submit all REVIEW EXERCISES and all CRITICAL THINKING questions for Chapter 19: Reproductive System / Chapter 20 Pregnancy, Growth, Development, and Genetics TEST IDLE: TTW activate prior knowledge of the next topic and provide overview through INQUIRY, DISCUSSION, LECTURE & EXPLICIT instruction 
5/11/201183Final Exam Review     
5/12/201184Final Exam Review     
5/13/201185Final Exam Review     
5/16/201186TO BE DETERMINED     
5/17/201187TO BE DETERMINED     
5/18/201188TO BE DETERMINED     
5/19/201189TO BE DETERMINED     
5/20/201190TO BE DETERMINED     
5/23/2011       
5/24/2011 - FINAL EXAMS       
5/25/2011 - FINAL EXAMS       
5/26/2011 - GRADUATION / LAST DAY OF SCHOOL YEAR / FINAL EXAM MAKEUP GRADUATION                         LAST DAY     
5/27/2011 - TEACHER WORK DAY TEACHER - MHS