Prentice Hall Biology (Miller/Levine) 2008 Correlated to: Colorado Science Standards and Benchmarks (Grades 9-12)

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1 1. ask questions and state hypotheses using prior scientific knowledge to help design and guide their development and implementation of a scientific investigation STANDARD 1: Students apply the processes of scientific investigation and design, conduct, communicate about, and evaluate such investigations. GRADES 9-12 In grades 9-12, students know and are able to: SE/TE: 55, 81, 133, 161, 188, 195, 215, 235, 329, 334, 335, 508, 521, 543, 603, 627, 649, 677, 739, 759, 883, 964, 990, 991 TR: Lab A: all labs 1-40; Lab B: all labs 1-40 TECH: itext: 1-1, select and use appropriate technologies to gather, process, and analyze data and to report information related to an investigation SE/TE: 24-27, 42, 55, 113, 161, 167, 231, 234, 235, 677, 942 TR: Lab A: all labs 1-40; Lab B: all labs 1-40 TECH: itext: identify major sources of error or uncertainty within an investigation (for example: particular measuring devices and experimental procedures) 4. recognize and analyze alternative explanations and models SE/TE: 5, 55, 494, 1063 TR: Lab A: could be done with all labs; Lab B: could be done with all labs TECH: itext: 1-1 SE/TE: 10, 255, 441, 482, 791, 905, 937, 965 TR: Lab A: could be done with all labs; Lab B: could be done with all labs TECH: itext: construct and revise scientific explanations and models, using evidence, logic, and experiments that include identifying and controlling variables SE/TE: 5, 8, 9, 10, 55, 81, 133, 161, 188, 195, 215, 235, 329, 334, 335, 508, 521, 543, 603, 627, 649, 677, 739, 759, 883, 964, 990, 991 TR: Lab A: all labs 1-40; Lab B: all labs

2 6. communicate and evaluate scientific thinking that leads to particular conclusions TECH: itext: 1-1, 1-2 SE/TE: 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 55, 81, 133, 161, 188, 195, 215, 235, 329, 334, 335, 508, 521, 543, 603, 627, 649, 677, 739, 759, 883, 964, 990, 991 TR: Lab A: all labs 1-40; Lab B: all labs elements can be organized by their physical and chemical properties (Periodic Table) 2. the spatial configuration of atoms and the structure of the atoms in a molecule determine the chemical properties of the substance TECH: itext: 1-1, 1-2 STANDARD 2: Physical Science: Students know and understand common properties, forms, and changes in matter and energy. (Focus: Physics and Chemistry) GRADES 9-12 In grades 9-12, students know and can demonstrate understanding that: Structure and Properties of Matter SE/TE: 36, 37, 1086 TR: Lab A: 2 TECH: itext: 2-1; TP: An Element in the Periodic Table SE/TE: 35-41, 44 TR: Lab A: 2; Lab B: 2 TECH: itext: 2-1; ABC: 1 Atomic Structure, 2 Energy Levels and Ionic Bonding, 3 Covalent Bonding 3. there are observable and measurable physical and chemical properties that allow you to compare, contrast, and separate substances (for example: ph, melting point, conductivity, magnetic attraction) SE/TE: 41, 42, 43 TR: Lab A: 2; Lab B: 2 TECH: itext: 2-2 2

3 4. word and chemical equations are used to relate observed changes in matter to its composition and structure (for example: conservation of matter) SE/TE: 49-51, , TR: Lab A: 2, 8, 9; Lab B: 8, 9 TECH: itext: 2-4, 8-3, 9-1; ABC: Enzymatic Reactions, 10 Light-Dependent Reactions, 11 Calvin Cycle, 12 Aerobic Respiration, 13 Glycolysis, 14 Krebs Cycle, 15 Electron Transport Chain; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Photosynthesis, Cell Respiration Forms and Transfer of Energy 5. quantitative relationships involved with thermal energy can be identified, measured, calculated and analyzed (for example: heat transfer in a system involving mass, specific heat, and change in temperature of matter) SE/TE: 53, 54, 55, 214 TECH: itext: 2-4; ABC: 4 Enzymatic Reactions 6. energy can be transferred through a variety of mechanisms and in any change some energy is lost as heat (for example: conduction, convection, radiation, motion, electricity, chemical bonding changes) SE/TE: 49, 50 TECH: itext: light and sound waves have distinct properties; frequency, wavelengths and amplitude SE/TE: 207, 882 TR: Lab A: 8; Lab B: 8 TECH: itext: 8-2; ABC: Photosynthesis; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Photosynthesis 8. quantities that demonstrate conservation of mass and conservation of energy in physical interactions can be measured and calculated SE/TE: 49, 50 TECH: itext: 2-4; ABC: 4 Enzymatic Reactions 3

4 Forces and Motion 9. Newton s Three Laws of Motion explain the relationship between the forces acting on an object, the object s mass, and changes in its motion SE/TE: 41, 42 TECH: itext: 2-2 STANDARD 3: Life Science: Students know and understand the characteristics and structure of living things, the processes of life, and how living things interact with each other and their environment. (Focus: Biology-- Anatomy, Physiology, Botany, Zoology, Ecology) GRADES 9-12 In grades 9-12, students know and can demonstrate understanding that: Matter and Energy and Organization in Living Systems 1. the pattern/process of reproduction and development is specific to different organisms SE/TE: 500, 512, 513, 514, 528, 529, 558, 610, 611, , 659, 672, 673, 686, 696, 719, 736, 757, 758, 778, 786, 812, 864 TR: Lab A: 10, 19, 24, 28; Lab B: 10, 19, 24 TECH: itext: 20-2, 20-4, 21-1, 22-2, 24-1, 25-1, 26-1, 26-3, 27-1, 27-3, 28-1, 29-2, 30-2, 30-3, 31-2, there is a relationship between the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration (for example: in terms of energy and products) SE/TE: , TR: Lab A: 8, 9; Lab B: 8, 9 TECH: itext: 8-1, 8-2, 8-3, 9-1, 9-2; ABC: 8 ATP Formation, 9 Photosynthesis, 10 Light- Dependent Reactions, 11 Calvin Cycle, 12 Aerobic Respiration, 13 Glycolysis, 14 Krebs Cycle, 15 Electron Transport Chain; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Photosynthesis, Cell Respiration 4

5 3. there is a purpose of synthesis and breakdown of macromolecules in an organism (for example: carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids serve as building blocks of proteins; carbon dioxide and water are the basic materials for building sugars through photosynthesis) SE/TE: 44-48, , TR: Lab A: 2, 8, 9; Lab B: 2, 8, 9 4. energy is used in the maintenance, repair, growth, and production of tissues TECH: itext: 2-3, 8-1, 8-2, 8-3, 9-1, 9-2; ABC: 8 ATP Formation, 9 Photosynthesis, 10 Light-Dependent Reactions, 11 Calvin Cycle, 12 Aerobic Respiration, 13 Glycolysis, 14 Krebs Cycle, 15 Electron Transport Chain; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Properties of Biomolecules, Photosynthesis, Cell Respiration SE/TE: 192, 193, , 661, 748, 894, 926, 927 TR: Lab A: 36; Lab B: 36 TECH: itext: 7-4, 23-1, 26-1, 29-1, 35-1, 36-2; ABC: 39 Muscle Contraction 5. the human body functions in terms of SE/TE: 193, 891, 892, 893, interacting organ systems composed of specialized structures that maintain or restore health (for example: mechanisms involved in homeostasis [balance], such as feedback in the endocrine system) Populations and Ecosystems TR: Lab A: 35-40; Lab B: TECH: itext: 7-4, 35-1, 37-1, 37-2, 37-3; ABC: 42 Human Respiration, 43 Human Circulation 6. changes in an ecosystem can affect biodiversity and biodiversity contributes to an ecosystem's dynamic equilibrium SE/TE: TR: Lab A: 6; Lab B: 6 TECH: itext: 6-3 5

6 7. there is a cycling of matter (for example: carbon, nitrogen) and the movement and change of energy through the ecosystem (for example: some energy dissipates as heat as it is transferred through a food web) SE/TE: TR: Lab A: 3; Lab B: 3 TECH: itext: 3-2, 3-3; BD: Pfiesteria:A Killer in the Water 8. certain properties of water sustain life (for example: polarity, cohesion, solubility) SE/TE: The Cell TECH: itext: cellular organelles have specific functions SE/TE: (for example: the relationship of ribosomes to protein, and the relationship of mitochondria to energy transformation) TR: Lab A: 7, 8, 9; Lab B: 7, 8, 9 TECH: itext: 7-1, 7-2, 7-3, 7-4; ABC: 5 Diffusion and Osmosis, 6 Passive and Active Transport, 7 Endocytosis and Exocytosis; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Biomembranes I: Membrane Structure and Transport 10. cell reproduction/division has various processes and purposes (mitosis, meiosis, binary fission) SE/TE: , , 281, 475 TR: Lab A: 10; Lab B: 10 TECH: itext: 10-1, 10-2, 10-3, 11-4; ABC: 16 Animal Cell Mitosis and Cytokinesis, 17 Meiosis Overview, 18 Animal Cell Meiosis, 22 Crossing Over; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Mitosis, Meiosis; BD: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells 6

7 Basis of Heredity 11. DNA has a general structure and function and a role in heredity and protein synthesis (for example: replication of DNA and the role of RNA in protein synthesis) SE/TE: TR: Lab A: 11, 12, 13, 14; Lab B: 11, 12, 13, genes serve as the vehicle for genetic continuity and the source of genetic diversity upon which natural selection can act TECH: itext: 12-1, 12-2, 12-3; ABC: 20 Griffith s Experiment, 21 DNA Replication, 25 DNA Transcription, 26 Protein Synthesis, 27, 28, 29; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: DNA Structure and Replication SE/TE: , 380, 381, 382, TR: Lab A: 11, 14, 15, 16; Lab B: 11, 14, 15, 16 TECH: itext: 14-1, 15-3, 16-1, 16-2, 16-3; BD: The Galapagos Islands: A Glimpse into the Past ; ABC: 23 Human Sex Determination 13. some traits can be inherited while others are due to the interaction of genes and the environment (for example: skin cancer triggered by over- exposure to sunlight or contact with chemical carcinogens) SE/TE: , TR: Lab A: 11; Lab B: 11 TECH: itext: 11-1, 11-2, 11-3, 14-1, 14-2, 14-3; ABC: 19 Segregation of Chromosomes, 23 Human Sex Determination, 24 Nondisjunction, 30 Gene Transfer and Cloning; Lab Simulations CD-ROM: Mendelian Inheritance 7

8 Biological Evolution 14. organisms are classified into a hierarchy of groups and subgroups based on similarities which reflect their evolutionary relationships SE/TE: mutation, natural selection, and reproductive isolation can lead to new species and affect biodiversity TR: Lab A: 18; Lab B: 18 TECH: itext: 18-1, 18-2, 18-3 SE/TE: 380, 381, TR: Lab A: 15, 16; Lab B: 15, 16 TECH: itext: 15-3, an organism s adaptations (for example, SE/TE: 91, 92, 380, 381, , , structure, behavior) determine its niche (role) 783, , in the environment 17. variation within a population improves the chances that the species will survive under new environmental conditions 18. organisms change over time in terms of biological evolution and genetics TR: Lab A: 15, 31; Lab B: 15, 31 TECH: itext: 4-2, 15-3, 16-2, 30-2, 30-3, 31-1, 31-2 SE/TE: , , 573 TR: Lab A: 16; Lab B: 16 TECH: itext: 16-1, 16-2 SE/TE: , TR: Lab A: 16, 17; Lab B: 16, 17 TECH: itext: 16-1, 16-2, 16-3, 17-1, 17-2, 17-3, 17-4; BD: The Galapagos Islands: A Glimpse Into the Past, Mummies: Ties to the Past 8

9 1. the Earth s interior has a composition and structure STANDARD 4: Earth and Space Science: Students know and understand the processes and interactions of Earth's systems and the structure and dynamics of Earth and other objects in space. (Focus: Geology, Meteorology, Astronomy, Oceanography) GRADES 9-12 In grades 9-12, students know and can demonstrate understanding that: Earth s Composition, Processes and History SE/TE: 423, 424 TECH: itext: the theory of plate tectonics helps to explain relationships among earthquakes, volcanoes, mid- ocean ridges, and deep-sea trenches 3. the feasibility of predicting and controlling natural events can be evaluated (for example: earthquakes, floods, landslides) SE/TE: 15 TECH: itext: 1-2 N/A 4. there are costs, benefits, and SE/TE: 87, consequences of natural resource exploration, development, and consumption (for example: geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and greenhouse gas) TR: Lab A: 6; Lab B: 6 TECH: itext: 4-1, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, there are consequences for the use of renewable and nonrenewable resources SE/TE: 87, TR: Lab A: 6; Lab B: 6 TECH: itext: 4-1, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, evidence is used (for example: fossils, rock layers, ice cores, radiometric dating) to investigate how Earth has changed or remained constant over short and long periods of time (for example: Mount St. Helen s' eruption Pangaea, and geologic time) SE/TE: 374,

10 Atmosphere and Weather 7. the atmosphere has a current structure and composition and has evolved over geologic time (for example: effects of volcanic activity and the change of life forms) TR: Lab A: 17; Lab B: 17 TECH: itext: 17-1, 17-2, 17-3, 17-4; BD: Mummies: Ties to the Past SE/TE: energy transferred within the atmosphere influences weather (for example: the role of conduction, radiation, convection, and heat of condensation in clouds, precipitation, winds, storms) TECH: itext: 17-2 SE/TE: 87, 88, 89 TECH: itext: weather is caused by differential heating, the spin of the Earth and changes in humidity (air pressure, wind patterns, coriolis effect) SE/TE: 87, 88, there are interrelationships between the circulation of oceans and weather and climate TECH: itext: 4-1 SE/TE: 87, 88, 89 TECH: itext: there are factors that may influence weather patterns and climate and their effects within ecosystems (for example: elevation, proximity to oceans, prevailing winds, fossil fuel burning, volcanic eruptions) SE/TE: 87, 88, 89 TECH: itext:

11 Earth s Water 12. water and other Earth systems interact (for example: the biosphere, lithosphere, and atmosphere) 13. continental water resources are replenished and purified through the hydrologic cycle Solar System and the Universe 14. gravity governs the motions observed in the solar system and beyond 15. there is electromagnetic radiation produced by the Sun and other stars (for example: X- ray, ultraviolet, visible light, infrared, radio) SE/TE: 75 TECH: itext: 3-3 SE/TE: 75 TECH: itext: 3-3 SE/TE: 635, 639 TECH: itext: 25-1 SE/TE: 207 TECH: itext: stars differ from each other in mass, color, temperature and age 17. the scales of size and separation of components of the solar system are complex N/A N/A STANDARD 5: Students understand that the nature of science involves a particular way of building knowledge and making meaning of the natural world. GRADES 9-12 In grades 9-12, students know and can demonstrate understanding that: 1. print and visual media can be evaluated for scientific evidence, bias, or opinion N/A 2. the scientific way of knowing uses a critique and consensus process (for example: peer review, openness to criticism, logical arguments, skepticism) SE/TE: 6, 7 TECH: itext:

12 3. graphs, equations or other models are used to analyze systems involving change and constancy (for example: comparing the geologic time scale to shorter time frame, exponential growth, a mathematical expression for gas behavior; constructing a closed ecosystem such as an aquarium) SE/TE: 79, 111, 113, 118, 123, 133, 158, 188, 213, 220, 234, 235, 249, 254, 255, 303, 343, 348, 368, 387, 420, 438, 446, 453, 462 TR: Lab A: all labs 1-40; Lab B: all labs there are cause-effect relationships within SE/TE: systems (for example: the effect of temperature on gas volume, effect of carbon dioxide level on the greenhouse effect, effects of changing nutrients at the base of a food pyramid) TECH: itext: 5-1, 8-1, 8-2, 8-3, 9-1, 9-2, 17-1 TR: Lab A: 6; Lab B: 6 TECH: itext: 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, scientific knowledge changes and accumulates over time; usually the changes that take place are small modifications of prior knowledge but major shifts in the scientific view of how the world works do occur SE/TE: 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, TR: Lab A: 13; Lab B: interrelationships among science, technology and human activity lead to further discoveries that impact the world in positive and negative ways TECH: itext: 13-1, 13-2, 13-3, 13-4; ABC: 30 Gene Transfer and Cloning SE/TE: , 140, 141, 143 TR: Lab A: 13; Lab B: 13 TECH: itext: 6-1, 13-1, 13-2, 13-3, 13-4; ABC: 30 Gene Transfer and Cloning 12

13 7. there is a difference between a scientific theory and a scientific hypothesis SE/TE: 5, 8,10, 14, 15 TR: Lab A: lab skill: applying the scientific method; Lab B: lab skill: applying the scientific method TECH: itext: 1-1,

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