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1 Science: Biology Grade Six Mr. Barry Jordan Curwensville Area School District 1st Quarter Lesson 1 Objectives Skills Assess ment the characteristic s of Cells * will describe the relationship between cells organisms, *summarize the cell theory * Identify the parts that all cells have in common. Differentiation (if used) Stards Key Terms Below Level Above Level unicellular multicellular organisms (i.e., Cell,cytoplasm, organism, cell membrane, nucleus, prokaryote, eukaryote Adapted, s unicellular must Lesson 2 about the chemistry of life *Explain that atoms join together to form the molecules *List six elements most commonly found in living things Atom, carbohydrate, molecule, nucleic acid, lipid, phospholipid, protein Adapted, s

2 *Identify four main molecules found in cells unicellular unicellular must Lesson 3 about cell structure function *Identify general characteristics of eukaryotic cells *Recognize the difference between prokaryotes eukaryotes *Describe the cell membrane, cytoskeleton, nucleus * Compare contrast organelles found in plant animal cells unicellular unicellular must Cytoskeleton, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole, mitochondrion, golgi complex, chloroplast, ribosome, cell wall, lysosome Adapted, s

3 Lesson 4 the levels of cellular organization *Identify that living things are unicellular multicellular *Define tissue, organ, organ system * Describe how various organs tissues serve the needs of cells for nutrient oxygen delivery waste removal unicellular Organism, organ system, tissue, structure, organ, function Adapted, s unicellular must Lesson 5 about homeo stasis cell processes *Explain why homeostasis is important for survival * get energy by photosynthesis cellular respiration *Describe the cell cycle *Explain why cells divide unicellular ostasis, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitosis, diffusion, osmosis, passive transport, active transport, endocytosis, exocytosis Adapted, s

4 unicellular must Lesson 6 what photos ynthesis cellular respiration *State that all organisms need energy *Explain how organisms get energy *Define describe cellular respiration *Define describe photosynthesis *List the starting products of both photosynthesis cellular respiration unicellular Photosynthesis, chlorophyll, cellular respiration Adapted, s unicellular must 2nd Quarter Lesson 1 about Mitosi s *Describe the function of cell division in unicellular multicellular organisms *Explain how cell division results in two new cells, each with a full set of unicellular DNA, interphase, chromosomes, mitosis, cell cycle, cytokinesis Adapted, s

5 genetic material that is identical to the parent cell s *Define DNA *Define Cell cycle identify all three stages unicellular must Lesson 2 about Meiosi s *Define sex cell *Explain how sex cells differ from body cells *Define meiosis *Describe the steps of meiosis *Compare contrast mitosis meiosis unicellular Homologous chromosome, meiosis Adapted, s unicellular must Lesson 3 *Define asexual reproduction Sexual reproduction, Adapted,

6 about Sexual asexual reproduction *Define sexual reproduction *Describe the process of fertilization *Compare sexual asexual reproduction identify the advantages of both unicellular asexual reproduction s unicellular must Lesson 4 about Heredity *Summarize Mendel s findings *Explain how dominate recessive traits differ *Describe DNA s role in determining traits *Identify the relationship between genotype phenotype *Describe the relationship among genes, traits, characteristics unicellular unicellular must Heredity, genes, allele, genotype, phenotype, incomplete dominance, dominate, recessive, codominance Adapted, s

7 Lesson 5 about Punnet t squares pedigrees *Define Punnett square *Use Punnett square to find combinations of alleles in potential offspring *Define Pedigree *Explain what a sex linked disorder is *Use a pedigree to trace a genetic trait unicellular Punnett square, probability, ratio, pedigree Adapted, s unicellular must Lesson 6 about DNA Structure Function *Define DNA the components of DNA *Explain how DNA copies itself *Define mutation list three types of mutations *Explain why mutations occur *Define the role of RNA unicellular DNA, mutation, nucleotide, RNA, replication, ribosome Adapted, s

8 unicellular must Lesson 7 about Biotechnolog y *Define Biotechnology *Identify biotechnology, including cloning, genetic engineering, artificial selection *Identify biotechnology s impact on individuals, society, the environment unicellular Biotechnology, artificial selection, genetic engineering, clone Adapted, s unicellular must 3rd Quarter Lesson 1 Lesson 2

9 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 4th Quarter Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10

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