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LONG RANGE PLAN
Subject: Biology Grade: MYP 5

Teacher: Marcel Štefánik School year: 2009/2010
UNITS CONTENT

Unicellular organisms

Porifera, Cnidaria and Worms

Molusca, Annelida and Arthropoda

Chordata

Areas to address:
a.How are animals organized?
b. Are there any rules of evolution?
c. How useful and dangerous can single cells be?
d. Why scientists pay close attention to Ciliata?
Content:

Taxonomy; Animal cell, Darwin’s Evolution theory; Sarcomastigophora – parasites causing e.g. sleeping sickness, malaria etc.; Ciliata.



Areas to address:
a. How does a jellyfish hunt?
b. How coral reefs grow and what is threatening them?
c. Did you order tartar biftek with a tapeworm?
d. A Nobel prize for worm’s service?
f. Is it ‘ants or pinworms’ in pants?
Content:

Porifera and Cnidarians - first multi-cellular organisms; Corals; Flukes, Tapeworms; Nematoda.



Areas to address:
a. Can a delicacy be deadly?
b. How do pearls get formed?
c. What are the wonders of octopus?
d. Earthworm as a pioneer.
e. Cousins of earthworm in hirudinotherapy.
f. Diversity of Arthropda.
g. Mysteries of social insect
Content:

Gastropoda, Bivalvia, Cephalopoda; Earthworms and leeches; Chelicerata, Branchiata, Tracheata.



Areas to address:
a.Milestones of evolution towards humans.
b. Introducing remarkable sharks.
c. Chimera and bit of mythology.
d. Why shark is not a fish?
e. Inconsistent frogs not as delicacy.
f. Temperature matters for crocodiles, turtles and snakes.
g. Conquerors of air.
h. Is milk only commonality for mammals?
Content:

Echinodermata; Chordata-Tunicata, Cephalochordata, Cyclostomata, Chondroichtyes, Osteichtyes, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mamalia.




AREAS OF INTERACTION

Health & Social:

Knowledge of self-protection, prevention and life cycle of contagious infections caused by animals.

Knowledge of prevention and symptoms of diseases caused by tapeworms, flukes and nematoda and representatives of Arthropoda.


Community & Service:

Promotion of community based approach to protection of endangered animals.

Awareness of individual power (choices we make etc.) in contributing to world-wide efforts of protecting the nature.


Human Ingenuity:

Darwin’s evolution theory with its far reaching consequences.

Nobel prize award as a way of rewarding human effort in medicine and physiology.

Nature as inspiration for technicians, scientists and developers (camouflage, flying, etc.)



Environments:

Protection of endangered animal species.

Significance of ecological consequences of distinction of animal species.



INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS

Awareness of animal symbols in various geographical regions; Awareness of correlations between nation’s economy and their animal protection laws (Japan and whales; Shark hunts etc.); Awareness of joint international efforts in protecting endangered species.



SOURCES

http://nobelprize.org/

www.reddatabook.org

Biology Prentice Hall, Miller and Levine, ISBN 0-13-166255-4



Dictionaries.


METHODOLOGY AND METHODS

Heuristic lectures, Discussions, Individual work (IW), Group work (GP), Work in pairs (WP), Oral presentations, Writing essay, Reading comprehension, VEN diagrams, Map of mind, KWL chart, Flowchart diagram, Cycle diagram, Bulletin, Blog,Posters etc.


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