INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION Score Sheet I. Generic Evaluation Criteria II. Instructional Content Analysis III. Specific Science Criteria

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1 GRADE: 9-12 VENDOR: Prentice Hall COURSE: Advanced Biology TITLE: Biology (Miller/Levine) COPYRIGHT DATE: 2006 SE ISBN: (SE) TE ISBN: (TE) INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION Score Sheet I. Generic Evaluation Criteria II. Instructional Content Analysis III. Specific Science Criteria PART I -GENERIC EVALUATION CRITERIA GROUP V 2006 TO 2012 ADVANCED BIOLOGY GRADE R-E-S-P-O-N-S-E Yes No N/A CRITERIA NOTES I. INTER-ETHNIC The instructional material meets the X requirements of inter-ethnic: concepts, content and illustrations, as set by West Virginia Board of Education Policy (Adopted December 1970). X II. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY The instructional material meets the requirements of equal opportunity: concept, content, illustration, heritage, roles contributions, experiences and achievements of males and females in American and other cultures, as set by West Virginia Board of Education Policy (Adopted May 1975).

2 PART II - ADVANCED BIOLOGY GRADE Instructional Content Analysis (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% (IMR Committee) Responses M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N The instructional materials program presents information and opportunities in a manner that enables the student to: 9, 32, 55, 129, 133, 161, 194, 215, , 411, 491, 508, 543, 601, 627, 676, 739, 782, 790, 883, All of the 40 Inquiry Labs listed on p. xiii 8, 30, 49, 129, 157, 190, 208, 327, 404, 485, 506, 537, 599, 622, 669, 734, 783, 878, 985 PRINT: Section 1-2; 2-4; 5-3; 6-4; 7-4; 8-3; 13-3; 16-3; 20-1; 20-3; 21-3; 23-5; 24-3; 26-3; 28-4; 30-3; 34-2; 38-3; Lab 17, Issue 4; concept 5,7, lab 14, 15; 1. History and the Nature of Science a. formulate scientific explanations based on the student's observational and experimental evidence, accounting for variability in experimental results (AB.1.1)

3 Issue 2; 47; 16; 1, 3, 50; 33; 30; Investigations in Forensics: Investigations 1-10 Chapter Tests: 1; Chapter Vocabulary Review/Graphic Organizer: 1; Lab Skills 4;Chapter lab 2, 3; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 17; 19; 21; 24; 25; 26; 28; 30; 31; 40 Lab Skills 4;Chapter lab: 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 13; 19; 21; 24; 26; 37; 30 Section 1-2; 2-4; 5-3; 6-4; 7-4; 8-3; 13-3; 20-1; 20-3; 21-3; 23-5; 24-3; 26-3; 28-4; 34-2; 38-3; 10, 11; 37 BioDetectives Video: 1-10 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Photosynthesis Computer Test Bank: chapter 1 test; Presentation Assistant 20-1 a. formulate scientific explanations based on the student's observational and experimental evidence, accounting for variability in experimental results (AB.1.1)

4 14, 23, 128, 233, 253, 330, 354, 403, 410, 456, 484, 617, 647, 668, 877, 932,700, 853, , 16, 124, 250, 267, 327, 349, 397, 404, 451, 478, 609, 643, 664, 871, 926, 1043 PRINT 1-2; 1-3; 5-2; 10-3; 11-2; 13-3; 14-2; 16-2; 16-3; 18-2; 19-2; 24-1; 25-3; 26-2; 34-1; 36-2; 40-3 Concept 5,7, Lab 14, 15; Issue 2; 48; 7; 16; Investigations in Forensics: 3; 7; 1-2; 1-3; 5-2; 10-3; 11-2; 13-3; 14-2; 16-2; 16-3; 18-2; 19-2; 24-1; 25-3; 26-2; 34-1; 36-2; ; 31; 34; 39; BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; b. communicate that science has practical and theoretical limitations (AB.1.2)

5 Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking a Deadly Virus; 4-6, 8-15, 55, 65, 133, , 215, 376, 377, 386, 389, , 410, 411, 413, 414, 441, 483, 491, 676, , 840 All Inquiry Activities, Design an Experiments and Real-World Labs 3, 8, 49, 63, 129,190, 208, 373, 404, 435, 478, 485, 669, 782; 833 PRINT 1-1; 1-2; 2-4; 3-1; 5-3; 8-3; 15-2; 16-3; 17-4; 19-2; 19-3; 26-3; 30-3; 32-3 Chapter lab: 2; 3; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 17; 19; 21; 24; 25; 26; 28; 30; 31; 40 Chapter lab: 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 13; 19; 21; 24; 26; 37; 30 b. communicate that science has practical and theoretical limitations (AB.1.2) c. recognize that science is based on a set of observations in a testable framework that demonstrate basic laws that are consistent (AB.1.3)

6 1-1; 1-2; 2-4; 3-1; 5-3; 8-3; 15-2; 16-3; 17-4; 19-2; 19-3; 26-3; 30-3; ; 10, 11; 31; 37; BioDetectives Video: Influenza: Tracking a Deadly Virus; Mummies: Ties to the Past xviii - xix, 1, 2, 8-11, 12-13, 14, 15, 17, 22, 24, 26, 27, 30, 31, 34, 36, 38, 66, 113, 118, 133, , , , , , , , , 253,262, , 274, , , , 319, , , 368, , , , 424, , 456, 485, 515, 550, 608, 656, 682, 766, 796, , 870, , 920, 970, , 1035, 1069 c. recognize that science is based on a set of observations in a testable framework that demonstrate basic laws that are consistent (AB.1.3) d. explore science as a blend of creativity, logic and mathematics (AB.1.4)

7 8, 16, 24, 30, 35, 63, 106, 119, 139, 144, 150, 157, 169, 204, 208, 226, 250, 263, 267, 279, 287, 319, 327, 355, 369, 373, 404, 423, 447, 485, 510, 551, 609, 657, 683, 767, 797, 833, 871, 921, 1031All Writing in Science, list p ; 1-3; 1-4; 2-1; 3-1; 4-4; 5-1; 6-1; 6-2; 6-3; 6-4; 7-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-2; 10-3; 11-1; 26-1; 27-1; 30-1; 31-1; 32-3; 34-1; 36-1;40-1 Lab 17, Issue 4; lab 2; lab 4, 5, 6; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; concept 2, 3, 46, lab 2, 11, 12; lab 16 Issue 2; 29; 21, 23, 27, 31; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 1, 3, 50; 9, 10, 11, 12; 16; 34; 15, 17; 38; Investigations in Forensics: 1; 3; 5; 7; d. explore science as a blend of creativity, logic and mathematics (AB.1.4)

8 Chapter Vocabulary Review 1; Chapter Test: 1; Chapter lab: 1; 6; 8; 9; 12; 17; 36; Chapter lab: 1; 6; 8; 9; 12; ; 6-4; 7-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-2; 10-3; 11-1; 11-2;11-5; 12-1; 13-1; 13-3; 14-3; 15-1; 15-2; 16-3; 17-2; 18-1; 20-4; 22-1; ; 1-3; 1-4; Ch. 1 assessment; 2-1; 3-1; 4-4; 5-1; 6-1; 6-2; 26-1; 27-1; 30-1; 31-1; 32-3; 33-1; 36-1; , 2, 3; 10, 11; 19; 34; BioDetectives Video: History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Influenza: Tracking a Deadly Virus; Hantavirus: A Tale of Mice and People d. explore science as a blend of creativity, logic and mathematics (AB.1.4)

9 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Mendelian Inheritance; DNA Structure and Replication; Computer Test Bank: Ch 1 test; Investigations in Forensics: 8 Chapter lab 12; 15; 37 Chapter lab: 12; 15; ; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 12-1; 15-1; 15-3; 24-3; 28-3; 32-3; 37-1; 8; 43 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: DNA Structure and Replication; Cardiovascular 1 d. explore science as a blend of creativity, logic and mathematics (AB.1.4) e. trace the development of key historical concepts and principles describing their impact on modern thought and life by identifying the scientist s contributions (AB.1.5)

10 12-13, , , , , , , , , , 150, 169, 201, 287, 373, 622, 726, 833, 943 PRINT 1-2; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 12-1; 15-2; 24-3; 28-3; 32-3; , 5, 6; Issue 2; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 15, 17; Investigations in Forensics: 8 12; ; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; Chapter lab 12; 37 Chapter lab: 12-1; 15-2; 24-3; 28-3; 32-3; ; 34 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past; f. integrate the history of science with cultural history to demonstrate that scientists work within their historical surroundings and are affected by them (AB.1.6)

11 Insect Clues; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: DNA Structure and Replication; Cardiovascular 1 2, 8-15, 23, 34, 54, 62, 86, 118, 128, 138, , 168, 200, 215, 220, 224, 230, 233, 235, 240, 255, 262, 271, 281, 286, 318, 330, 334, 335, 340, 354, 368, 392, 416, 446, 470, 496, 521, 526, 550, 553, 578, 608, 627, 632, 656, 677, 682, 709, 714, 739, 744, 750, 759, 766, 791, 796, 799, 820, 848, 870, 883, 890, 920, 937, 942, 964, 970, 990, 996,977, 1008, 1030, 1055, , , 8, 16, 35, 63, 87, 119, 124, 139, 157, 169, 201, 208, 221, 226, 241, 250, 263, 267, 279, 287, 319, 327, 331, 341, 349, 369, 393, 417, 447, 471, 497, 516, 527, 551, 579, 609, 622, 633, 657, 669, 683, 701, 715, 734, 745, 767, 782, 797, 821, 849, 871, 878, 891, 921, 933, 943, 956, 971, 985, 997, 1003, 1031, 1049 f. integrate the history of science with cultural history to demonstrate that scientists work within their historical surroundings and are affected by them (AB.1.6) 2. Science as Inquiry Objectives a. develop the skills, attitudes and/or values of scientific inquiry (e.g., curiosity, logic, objectivity, openness, skepticism, appreciation, diligence, integrity, ethical practice, fairness, creativity) (AB.2.1)

12 PRINT Section 1-1; 1-2; 1-3; 2-1; 3-1; 4-1; 5-1; 5-2; 6-1; 6-4; 8-1; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 10-1; 10-3; 11-1; 11-2; 11-5; 12-1; 13-1; 13-3; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 15-1; 16-1; 17-1; 18-1; 19-1; 20-1; 20-5; 21-1; 22-1; 23-1; 24-1; 24-3; 26-1; 26-3; 27-1; 27-4; 28-1; 28-4; 29-1; 30-1; 30-3; 31-1; 32-1; 33-1; 34-1; 34-2; 35-1; 36-1; 36-3; 37-1; 37-3; 38-1; 38-3; 39-1; 39-2; 40-1; 40-4 concept 1; concept 8; lab 17, issue 4; lab 1; lab 2; lab 4, 5, 6; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; issue 2, 3, lab 10; concept 7; lab 16; lab 13; Issue 2; 48; 29; 1, 3, 50; 18; 7; 14; 30; 33; 34; 4; 38; 41; 5, 35, 39, 49; 40; 43; Investigations in Forensics: 3; 5; 7; 9 Chapter lab 6; 9; 12; 14; 16; 17; 19; 20; 25; 26; 30; 36; 37; 38; a. develop the skills, attitudes and/or values of scientific inquiry (e.g., curiosity, logic, objectivity, openness, skepticism, appreciation, diligence, integrity, ethical practice, fairness, creativity) (AB.2.1)

13 Chapter lab: 6; 9; 12; 14; 16; 17; 19; 20; 25; 26; 30; 36; 37; 38; 1-1; 1-2; 1-3; 2-1; 3-1; 4-1; 5-1; 5-2; 6-1; 6-4; 7-1; 8-1; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 10-1; 10-3; 11-1; 11-2; 11-5; 12-1; 13-1; 13-3; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 15-1; 16-1; 17-1; 18-1; 19-1; 20-1; 20-5; 21-1; 22-1; 23-1; 24-1; 24-3; 25-1; 26-1; 26-3; 27-1; 27-4; 28-1; 28-4; 29-1; 30-1; 30-3; 31-1; 32-1; 33-1; 34-1; 34-2; 35-1; 36-1; 36-3; 37-1; 37-3; 38-1; 38-3; 39-1; 39-2; 40-1; 40-4; 1, 2, 3; 8; 10, 11; 13; 23; 24; 34; 37; 43; 42; 41; 47; BioDetectives Video: History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Mummies: Ties to the Past; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: 21; a. develop the skills, attitudes and/or values of scientific inquiry (e.g., curiosity, logic, objectivity, openness, skepticism, appreciation, diligence, integrity, ethical practice, fairness, creativity) (AB.2.1)

14 Cell Respiration; DNA Structure and Replication; Cardiovascular 1; Presentation: Assistant ch. Assistant a. develop the skills, attitudes and/or values of scientific inquiry (e.g., curiosity, logic, objectivity, openness, skepticism, appreciation, diligence, integrity, ethical practice, fairness, creativity) (AB.2.1) (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% (IMR Committee) Responses M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N 3-7, 8-10, , , 8 1-1; 1-2 concept 1; Issue 2 1-1; , , , , , , , , , 932, , , 1048 b. discuss ethical practices for science (e.g., established research protocol, accurate record keeping, replication of results and peer review) (AB.2.2)

15 139, 144, 150, 157, 485, 499, 689, 910, 926, 943, 951, ; 6-2; 6-3; 6-4; 19-3; 20-2; 27-2; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; 37-2; 40-3 lab 16 Issue 29; 21, 23, 27, 31; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 1, 3, 50; 8, 41, 42 Investigations in Forensics: 6; 10 Chapter lab 6; 19; 20; 37 Chapter lab: 6; 19; 20; ; 6-2; 6-3; 6-4; 19-3; 20-2; 27-2; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; BioDetectives Video: investgation 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cardiovascular 1 Presentation Assistant ch. 37 c. apply scientific approaches to seek solutions for personal and societal issues (AB.2.3)

16 25, 54-55, 161, , 521, 543, 677, 739, 883, , All Inquiry Activities, Quick Labs, Real-World Labs, Design An Experiment Labs and Explorations, Lab Manual A 7-12 and all labs, Lab Manual B 7-13 and all labs 24, 49, 157,331, 516, 537, 669, 734, 878, Lab Manual A and B T5-T7 1-4; 2-4; 6-4; 13-4; 20-5; 21-3; 26-3; 28-4; 34-2 Issue 1, 3, 50; 18; 30; Investigations in Forensics: 1 Chapter lab 1; Chapter lab: 1; Section 1-4; 2-4; 6-4; 13-4; 20-5; 21-3; 26-3; 28-4; ; a. properly and safety manipulate equipment, materials, chemicals, organisms and models (AB.2.4)

17 23, 66, 128, 233, 330, 354, 403, 484, 647, 700, 853, 1048, , 63, 124, 226, 327, 349, 397, 478, 643, 694, 849, ; 3-1; 5-2; 9-2; 13-3; 14-2; 16-2; 19-2; 25-3; 27-3; 33-1; 40-3 concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; Issue 48; 7; 28 Chapter lab 9; Chapter lab: 9; Section 1-3; 3-1; 5-2; 9-2; 13-3; 16-2; 19-2; 25-3; 27-3; 33-1; , 54-55, 66, 128, 161, 233, 234, 254, 330, 354, 403, 484, 603, 647, 676, 700, , 853, , 49, 63, 124, 157, 226, 250, 327, 349, 397, 478, 599, 643 b. explore a variety of environments (e.g., laboratories, museums, libraries, parks and other outdoors locations) (AB.2.5) c. use computers and other electronic technologies in an investigative context (AB.2.6)

18 669, 694, 782, 849, 1043 Section 1-3; 2-4; 3-1; 5-2; 6-4; 9-2; 10-3; 13-3; 14-2; 16-2; 19-2; 23-5; 25-3; 26-3; 27-3; 30-3; 33-1; 40-3 concept 5-7, lab 14, 15; Issue 48; 1, 3, 50; 7; 28; 33; Investigations in Forensics: 3; Section 1-3; 2-4; 3-1; 5-2; 6-4; 9-2; 10-3; 13-3; 14-2; 16-2; 19-2; 23-5; 25-3; 26-3; 27-3; 30-3; 33-1; ; 12, 14, 15; 24; 32, 33; 37; BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cellular Respiration; c use computers and other electronic technologies in an investigative context (AB.2.6)

19 29, 51, 79, 91, 111, 158, 161, 180, , 206, 213, , 249, 249, 255,268, 271, 274, 303, 313, , 341, 343, 379, 387, 392, 408, 411, 446, 462, 463, 526, 541, 550, 553, 573, 578, 592, 613, 620, 627, 632, 648, 649, 667, 676, 677, 707, 714, 724, 744, 750, 753, 759, 766, , 796, 799, 811, 815, 843, 855, 865, 879, 905, 920, 930, 935, 936, 954, 970, 977, 982, 991, 1025, , 49, 74, 90, 106, 157, 190, 204, 208, 221, 226, 241, 244, 267, 295, 300, 309, 331, 341, 378, 393, 404, 457, 527, 537, 551, 569, 579, 589, 609, 618, 622, 633, 643, 664, 669, 701, 715, 720, 745, 751, 767, 782, 797, 806, 833, 854, 857, 878, 901, 921, 926, 933, 951, , 985, 1016, ; 29-2; 30-1; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-3; 33-2; 33-3; 34-2; 35-3; 36-1; 36-2; 36-3; 37-2; 38-1; 38-2; 38-3; 39-4; 40-3 d. engage in scientific problem solving and critical thinking (AB.2.7)

20 issue 4; lab 17, issue 4; lab 1; lab 3; lab 13; concept 7 Issue 1, 3, 50; 18; Section 1-4; 2-4; 3-3; 4-2; 4-4; 6-4; 7-4; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 10-1; 10-2; 11-2; 12-2; 12-3; 12-5; 13-4; 14-7; 15-3; 16-1; 16-3; 18-3; 21-1; 21-3; 22-1; 22-5; 23-1; 23-3; 24-1; 24-2; 24-3; 25-1; 25-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-4; 28-1; 28-2;16; 33; 34; 13; 44; 38; 5, 35, 39, 49; 40; 6, 45 Investigations in Forensics: 1; 7; 10 Presentation Assistant: 37-2 Chapter lab 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 14; 15; 16; 18; 23; 24; 25; 26; 27; 30; 35; 36 Chapter lab: 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 14; 15; 16; 18; 23; 24; 25; 26; 27; 30; 35; 36 d. engage in scientific problem solving and critical thinking (AB.2.7)

21 Section 1-4; 2-4; 3-3; 4-2; 4-4; 6-4; 7-4; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 10-1; 10-2; 11-2; 12-2; 12-3; 12-5; 13-4; 14-7; 15-3; 16-1; 16-3; 18-3; 21-1; 21-3; 22-1; 22-5; 23-1; 23-3; 24-1; 24-2; 24-3; 25-1; 25-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-4; 28-1; 28-2; 29-1; 29-2; 30-1; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-3; 33-2; 33-3; 34-2; 35-3; 36-1; 36-2; 36-3; 38-1; 38-2; 38-3; 39-4; ; 10, 11; 13; 16; 21; 25, 26; 30; 23; 34; 35; 36; 37; 40; 41 BioDetectives Video: Pfisteria: A Killer in the Water; Mummies: Ties to the Past; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cell Respiration; Mitosis; DNA Structure and Replication; Roots, Stem, Leaves d. engage in scientific problem solving and critical thinking (AB.2.7)

22 54, 81; 161, 215, 234; 334, 361; 462; 521, 543; 627, 648; 739, 759, 842; 883, 915; 937, 964, 990, , 74; 157, 208, 226; 331, 355; 457; 516, 537; 622, 643; 751, 833; 878, 910; 933, 956; 985, ; 3-3; 6-4; 8-3; 9-2; 13-4; 14-3; 18-3; 20-5; 21-3; 24-3; 25-3; 29-2; 32-3; 34-2; 35-5; 36-3; 37-3; 38-3; 40-4; lab 17, issue 4; lab 13; issue 4; lab 2, 11, 12, concept 2, 3, 4, 6; Issue 1, 3, 50; 18; 15, 17; 8, 41, 42; 40; 41 Chapter lab 9; 13; 17; 21; 25; 28; 31; 40 Section 2-4; 3-6; 6-4; 9-2; 13-4; 14-3; 18-3; 20-5; 21-3; 24-3; 25-3; 29-2; 32-3; 34-2; 35-5; 37-3; 38-3; ; 10, 11; 30; 42; 41; e. design, conduct, evaluate and revise experiments (AB.2.8)

23 6, 76, 87-88, 139, , 161, , , 215, , 335, 602, 739, 759, 883, 891, , 897, 903, 933, , , 997, , 74, 87, 139, 144, 157, 201, 208, 226, 331, 599, 734, 751, 878, 891, 897, 901, 933, 956, 971, 985, 1031 Section 1-1; 3-3; 4-1; 6-1; 6-2; 6-4; 8-1; 8-3; 9-2; 13-4; 23-5; 28-4; 29-2; 34-2; 35-1; 35-2; 35-3; 36-3; 37-3; 38-1; 38-3; 40-1 concept 1; concept 8; lab 17, issue 4; lab 16 Issue 29; 21, 23, 27, 31; 1, 3, 50; 18; 30; 4; 44; 41; 5, 35, 39, 49; 40 Chapter lab 3; 9; 35 Chapter lab: 6; 9; Unifying Themes Objectives a. relate biological or technical systems to the natural and designed world (AB.3.1)

24 Section 1-1; 3-3; 4-1; 6-1; 6-2; 6-4; 8-1; 8-3; 9-2; 13-4; 23-5; 28-4; 29-2; 34-2; 35-1; 35-2; 35-3; 36-3; 37-3; 38-1; 38-3; ; 10, 11; 32, 33; 38; 48, 49; 42; , 38, 40-41, 42, 45, 47, 48, 52-53, 153, 187, 242, 254, 255, 286, 313, 326, 340, 351, 361, 387, 441, 482, 606, 640, 662, , 794, 799, 811, 866, 905, 915, 937, 965, ,40, 44, 49, 150, 182, 241, 250, 287, 309, 322, 341, 349, 355, 378, 435, 478, 604, 639, 657, 782, 792, 797, 806, 866, 901, 910, 933, ; 2-2; 2-3; 2-4; 6-3; 7-3; 10-1; 10-3; 12-1; 12-5; 13-2; 14-1; 14-2; 14-3; 15-3; 17-4; 19-2; 25-2; 26-1; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 35-3; 35-5; 36-3; 37-3 a. relate biological or technical systems to the natural and designed world (AB.3.1) b. use models to make predictions about interactions and changes in systems (AB.3.2)

25 lab 4, 5, 6; lab 13; issue 1, lab 8, 9, 12; lab 1; concept 9, 10, 11, 12. Lab 2, 11, 12; 33 Issue 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 24; 7; 9, 10, 11, 12; 13; 34; 13; 44; 8, 41, 42 Investigations in Forensics: 3; 4 Chapter Vocabulary Review: 23; 30; 33 Chapter Test: 23; 30, 33 Chapter lab 2; 7; 12; 13; 14; 15; 25; 30; 35 Chapter lab: 2; 12; 13; 14; 15; 25; 30; 35 Section 2-1; 2-2; 2-3; 2-4; 6-3; 7-3; 10-1; 10-3; 12-1; 12-5; 13-2; 14-1; 14-2; 15-3; 17-4; 19-2; 25-2; 26-1; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 35-3; 35-5; 36-3; 37-3; chapter assessment: 23; 30; 33 b. use models to make predictions about interactions and changes in systems (AB.3.2)

26 1, 2, 3; 4; 5, 6, 7; 23; 24; 31; 37; 42 BioDetectives Video: History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking A Deadly Virus Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Properties of Biomolecules; Biomembranes 1; DNA Structure and Replication Computer Test Bank: Ch. 23 test; ch. 30 test; ch. 33 test; 25, 27, 50, 51, 55, 58, 59, 84, 113, 118, 126, 137, 158, 164, 188, 199, 213, 235, 239, 296, 339, 364, 368, 415, 429, 438, 444, 445, 495, 508, 525, 546, 577, 606, 620, 637, 674, 681, 707, 742, 847, 855, 877, 887, 913, 918, 941, 993, 1059, 1063 b. use models to make predictions about interactions and changes in systems (AB.3.2) c. use graphs and equations relating changes in systems to rate, scale, patterns, trends and cycles (AB.3.3)

27 24, 49, 56, 82, 106, 124, 134, 157, 162, 182, 196, 208, 236, 295, 336, 362, 412, 436, 442, 492, 506, 522, 544, 574, 604, 618, 633, 669,678, 701, 740, 844, 916,938, ; 2-4; 4-4; 6-4; 7-3; 8-3; 12-2; 17-4; 20-3; 24-2; 25-1; 26-3; 27-4 lab 17, issue 4; concept 7 Issue 1, 3, 50; 13 Investigations in Forensics: 1; 2-4 Chapter Assessment: 2; 3; 7; 9; 16; 17; 21; 23; 28; 35; 38 Standardized Test Prep 59; 117; 135; 165;199, 239; 339; 364; 415; 445; 495; 525; 577; 681; 847; 887; 941 Sills Lab 8; Chapter lab 7; 24; 28;32;37; Skills lab 8; Chapter lab: 24; c. use graphs and equations relating changes in systems to rate, scale, patterns, trends and cycles (AB.3.3)

28 4; 2-4; 4-4; 6-4; 7-3; 8-3; 12-2; 17-4; 20-3; 24-2; 25-1; 26-3; 27-4 Chapter Assessment: 2; 3; 5; 6; 7; 9; 16; 17; 21; 23; 28; 35; 38 4; 5, 6, 7; 10, 11; 21 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Photosynthesis; Biomembranes 1 Computer Test Bank 2; 3; 5; 6; 9; 13; 16; 17; 21; 23; 28; Sills Lab 8; Chapter lab 7; 24; 28;32;37; Skills lab 8; Chapter lab: 24; c. use graphs and equations relating changes in systems to rate, scale, patterns, trends and cycles (AB.3.3) 17-19, 25, 27, 55, 79, 80-81, 118, , , , 158, 186, 190, 235, 368, 420, 475, , 24, 49, 74, 106, 119, 124, 129, 157, 182, 190, 226, 369, 417, 471, 933 d. cite examples of different characteristics, properties or relationships within a system that might change as its dimensions change (AB.3.4)

29 issue 4; 47 Issue 48; 1, 3, 50; ; 1-4; 2-4; 3-3; 4-4; 5-1; 5-2; 5-3; 6-4; 7-3; 7-4; 9-2; 15-1; 17-1; 19-1; 36-3 Investigations in Forensics: 1 Chapter lab 1; 3; 6; 7; 9; 17; 19 Chapter lab: 1; 3; 6; 7; 9; 17; ;1-4; 2-4; 3-3; 4-4; 5-1; 5-3; 6-4; 7-3; 7-4; 9-2; 15-1; 17-1; 19-1; 36-3; 5, 6, 7; 12, 14, 15 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Biomembranes 1; Cell Respiration d. cite examples of different characteristics, properties or relationships within a system that might change as its dimensions change (AB.3.4)

30 25-27, 66, , , , , 484, 486, 668, 877, , 915, 932, , 954, , , 63, 250, 322, 327, 349, 478, 485, 664, 871, 910, 926, 943, ; 3-1; 10-3; 13-2; 13-3; 14-2; 19-2; 19-3; 26-2; 34-1; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; 40-3 issue 1, lab 1, 8, 9, 12; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 16 Issue 24; 7; 8, 41, 42 Investigations in Forensics: 1; 3; 4; 6 Chapter lab 1; 13; 16; 37 Chapter lab: 1; 13; 16; Scientific Design and Application Objectives a. summarize technological advances in the biological sciences (AB.5.1)

31 Section 1-4; 3-1; 10-3; 13-2; 13-3; 14-2; 19-2; 19-3; 26-2; 34-1; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; ; 31; 43 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking A Deadly Virus; Lab Simulation; CD- ROM: Cardiovascular 1; (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT a. summarize technological advances in the biological sciences (AB.5.1) (IMR Committee) Responses I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N issue 1, lab 8, 9, 12; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 16; lab 13 Issue 1, 3, 50; 24; 7; 6, 41, 42; 41 Investigations in Forensics: 4; 6 b. analyze the interdependence of science and technology (AB.5.2)

32 Chapter lab 6; 13; 19; 24; 37 Chapter lab 6; 13; 19; 24; 37 Section 3-1; 6-4; 13-1; 13-2; 13-3; 14-2; 19-3; ; 27-2; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; 37-3; ; 39; 43; 42 BioDetectives Video: Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cardiovascular 1 Presentation Assistant 20; Section Outline 20 Concept Map 20 b. analyze the interdependence of science and technology (AB.5.2)

33 66, , , , 330, , , , , , , , 932, , , , 157, 319, 322, 327, 349, 485, 497, 618, 689, 910, 926, 943, 956, ; 6-4; 13-1; 13-2; 13-3; 14-2; 19-3; 20-1; 24-2; 27-2; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; 37-3; 40-4 Issue 24, lab 8, 9, 12; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 16; lab 13; lab 13 Issue 1, 3, 50; 24; 7; 8, 41, 42 Investigations in Forensics: 4; 6; 1; 2; 3; 5; 7; 8; 9; 10 Chapter lab 6; 19; 24 Chapter lab: 6; 19; 24 b. relate how scientific skills and technological tools are used to design solutions that address personal and societal needs (AB.5.3)

34 Section 3-1; 6-4; 13-1; 13-2; 13-3; 14-2; 19-3; 20-1; 24-2; 27-2; 35-5; 36-2; 37-1; 37-3; ; 39; 43; 42 BioDetectives Video: Coming Home; A Nation s Pledge; History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Pfisteria: A Killer in the Water; Skin Cancer: deadly Cells; Mummies: Ties to the Past; Hantavirus: A Tale of Mice and People; Insect Clues: The Smallest Witnesses; Wrongly Accused: Science and Justice; Influenza: Tracking a Virus Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cardiovascular 1; 12-13, 66, , , , 253, , , 617, , 668, , , 877, 932, c. relate how scientific skills and technological tools are used to design solutions that address personal and societal needs (AB.5.3) d. describe the scientific concepts underlying technological innovations (AB.5.4)

35 8, 63, 150, 169, 201, 250, 287, 373, 451, 609, 622, 664, 726, 833, 871, 926, ; 3-1; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 10-3; 12-1; 15-2; 18-2; 24-1; 24-3; 26-2; 28-3; 32-3; 34-1; 36-2; 37-1 lab 4, 5, 6; Issue 2; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 15, 17; 36; Investigations in Forensics: 3; 7; 8 Chapter lab 12; Chapter lab: 12; Section 1-2; 3-1; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 10-3; 12-1; 15-2; 18-2; 24-1; 24-3; 26-2; 28-3; 32-3; 34-1; 36-2; 37-1 d. describe the scientific concepts underlying technological innovations (AB.5.4)

36 8; 34; 39; 43 BioDetectives Video: Insect Clues: The Smallest Witnesses; Mummies: Ties to the Past; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: DNA Structure and Replication; Cardiovascular 1 xiii, 23, 25-26, 29, 61, 128, 167, , 194; 233, 234, 254, 260, 330, 354, 367, 403, 484, 548, 603, 647, 655, 676, 700, 765, 790, 853, 889, 1048, , 24; 63, 124, 169, 226, 263, 327, 349, 369, 397, 478, 643, 657, 694, 767, 849, 891, ; 1-4; 3-1; 5-2; 7-1; 9-2; 11-1; 13-3; 14-2; 15-1; 16-2; 19-2; 25-3; 26-1; 27-3; 30-1; 33-1; 35-1; 40-4 d. describe the scientific concepts underlying technological innovations (AB.5.4) e. integrate appropriate technology solutions to promote scientific inquiry (AB.5.5)

37 Concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 13 Issue 48; 28; 4 Investigations in Forensics: 1; 3; 7;10 Skills lab 5; 6; 7; Chapter lab1; 9; 13; 20 Skills lab 5; 6; 7;Chapter lab1; 9; 13; ; 1-4; 3-1; 5-2; 7-1; 9-2; 11-1; 13-3; 14-2; 15-1; 16-2; 19-2; 25-3; 26-1; 27-3; 30-1; 33-1; 35-1; ; BioDetectives Video: 1-10, All Titles e. integrate appropriate technology solutions to promote scientific inquiry (AB.5.5)

38 62, 63-65, 66, 66, 79, 81, 86, 90, 91, 111, 118, 123, 125, 128, , 157, 158, 161, 215, 318, 334, 438, 456, 508, 573, 617, 668, 674, 787, 877, 935, 1053, , 74, 90, 119, 124, 139, 150, 157, 208, 319, 331, 435, 451, 506, 569, 609, 664, 669, 782, 871, 933, ; 3-3; 4-2; 5-1; 5-2; 6-1; 6-3; 6-4; 8-3; 13-1; 13-4; 17-4; 18-2; 20-3; 22-5; 24-1; 26-2; 26-3; 30-3; 34-1; 36-3; 40-4 Issue 4; lab 17 Issue 48; 29; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 36; 1, 3, 50; 18; 13; 33 Investigations in Forensics: 7 5. Science in Personal and Social Perspectives a. promotes the research of current environmental issues (AB.6.1)

39 Chapter lab 3; 4; 6; 26; 30; Chapter lab 3; 4; 6; 26; 30 Section 3-0; 3-3; 4-2; 5-1; 5-2; 6-1; 6-3; 6-4; 8-3; 13-1; 13-4; 17-4; 18-2; 20-3; 22-5; 24-1; 26-2; 26-3; 30-3; 34-1; 36-3; , 11; 34; 37; 13 xiii, 61, 66, 167, 253, 260, 367, 456, 548, 617, 655, 668, 765, 877, , 169, 250, 263, 369, 451, 551, 609, 657, 664, 767, 871, 891, ; 7-1; 10-3; 11-1; 15-1; 18-2; 22-1; 24-1; 26-1; 26-2; 30-1; 34-1; 35-1; 36-2 Issue 4 Investigations in Forensics: 3; 7 a. promotes the research of current environmental issues (AB.6.1) b. describe the impact of cultural, technological and economic influences on the evolving nature of scientific thought and knowledge (AB.6.2)

40 Chapter lab 4; 7; 19; 33 Chapter lab 4; 7; 19; 33 Section 3-1; 7-1; 10-3; 11-1; 15-1; 18-2; 22-1; 24-1; 26-1; 26-2; 30-1; 34-1; 35-1; ; 39 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; 37, 95, 192, 359, 433, 487, 571, 691, 863, , 90, 190, 355, 429, 485, 569, 689, 857, ; 4-2; 7-4; 14-3; 17-3; 19-3; 22-5; 27-2; 33-3; 37-3 Concepts 2, 3, 4, 6, lab 2, 11, 12; lab 16 Issue 9, 10, 11, 12; Investigations in Forensics: 7 b. describe the impact of cultural, technological and economic influences on the evolving nature of scientific thought and knowledge (AB.6.2) c. describe occupational opportunities in science and technology (AB.6.5)

41 Chapter lab 4; 7; 19; 33 Chapter lab 4; 7; 19; ; 4-2; 7-2; 14-3; 17-3; 19-3; 22-5; 27-2; 33-3; , 2, 3; 38; 42 BioDetectives Video: History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 13 Issue 48; 7; 28; 39 Investigations in Forensics: 3; 7 Chapter lab 9; 16; 18; Chapter lab 9; 16; 18; c. describe occupational opportunities in science and technology (AB.6.5) d. provides decision-making activities to resolve science-technology-society issues (AB.6.6)

42 Section 1-3; 3-1; 5-2; 9-2; 14-2; 16-2; 18-3; 19-2; 24-1; 25-3; 26-3; 27-3; 33-1; 34-1; 36-2; 40-3; , 14, 15; 24; 31; 34 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking A Virus; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cell Respiration; d. provides decision-making activities to resolve science-technology-society issues (AB.6.6)

43 PART III - SPECIFIC CRITERIA ADVANCED BIOLOGY GRADE An advanced level course designed for students who have completed Coordinated and Thematic Science Ten (CATS 10) and desire a broader, in-depth study of the content found in many biological fields of endeavor. This course is designed to build upon and extend the Biology concepts, skills and knowledge from the CATS 7-10 program. Students will engage in active inquiries, investigations and hands-on activities for a minimum of 50% of the instructional time to develop conceptual understanding and research/laboratory skills. (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% (IMR Committee) Responses M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N 1. Science in Personal and Social 66, 87, , , 152, , , , , 87, 139, 144, 150, 157, 331 PRINT 3-1; 4-1; 6-1; 6-2; 6-3; 6-4; 13-4 concept 8; Issue 29; 21, 23, 27, 31; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 1, 3, 50; 18 Perspectives a. investigate and discuss the impact that humans may have on the quality of the biosphere (AB.6.1)

44 Section 3-1; 4-1; 8-1; 6-2; 6-3; 6-4; 13-4 Chapter lab 6 Chapter lab: , 90-97, , 90, ; 4-2; 4-4 concept 8 Section 4-1; 4-2; 4-4 Chapter lab 4 Chapter lab: 4 23, 86, 111, 128, 138, , , 188, 334, 401, 456, 668, 700, 853, , 87, 106, 124, 139, 150, 157, 182, 331, 397, 451, 664, 694, 849, 933 a. investigate and discuss the impact that humans may have on the quality of the biosphere (AB.6.1) b. investigate the effects of natural phenomena on the environment (AB.6.2) c. promotes research of current environmental issues (AB.6.3)

45 PRINT 1-3; 4-1; 4-4; 5-2; 6-1; 6-3;6-4; 7-3; 13-4; 16-2; 18-2; 26-2; 27-3; 33-1; 36-3 concept 8; Issue 48; 29; 22, 25, 26, 30, 34, 36; 1, 3, 50; 18; 28 Investigations in Forensics: Biomembranes 1; Chapter lab 6 Chapter lab: 6 Section 1-3; 4-1; 4-4; 5-2; 6-1; 6-3; 6-4; 7-3; 13-4; 16-2; 18-2; 26-2; 27-3; 33-1; , 6, 7; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Biomembranes 1; d. promotes research of current environmental issues (AB.6.3)

46 12, 23, 66, 128, 154, 170, 204, 233, 253, 292, 330, 354, 374, 403, 456, 484, 617, 624, 647, 730, 836, 877, 932, 948 8, 16, 63, 124, 150, 169, 201, 226, 250, 287, 327, 349, 373, 397, 451, 478, 609, 643, 726, 833, 871, 926, ; 1-3; 3-1; 5-2; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 9-2; 10-3; 12-1; 13-3; 14-2; 15-2;16-2; 18-2; 19-2; 24-1;25-3; 28-3; 32-3; 34-1; 36-2; lab 4, 5, 6; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; Issue 2; 48 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 7; 15, 17 Investigations in Forensics: 3; 7; 8 Chapter lab 9; 12; 37 Chapter lab: 9; 12; ; 32-3; e. describe the impact of cultural, technological and economic influences on the evolving nature of scientific thought and knowledge (AB.6.4)

47 1-2; 1-3; 3-1; 5-2; 6-3; 7-1; 8-1; 9-2; 10-3; 12-1; 13-3; 14-2; 15-2; 16-2; 18-2; 24-1; 25-3; 34-1; 36-2; ; 24; 31; 34; 38; 43 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking A Deadly Virus; Insect Clues; Mummies: Ties to the Past; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: DNA Structure and Replication; Cardiovascular 1 37, 66, 95, 192, 253, 359, 433, 456, 487, 571, 617, 668, 691, 863,877, 932, , 63, 90, 190, 250, 355, 429, 451, 485, 569, 609, 664, 689, 857, 871, 926, ;3-1; 4-2; 7-4; 10-3; 14-3; 17-3; 18-2;19-3; 22-5; 24-1; 26-2; 27-2; 33-3; 34-1; 36-2; 37-3; e. describe the impact of cultural, technological and economic influences on the evolving nature of scientific thought and knowledge (AB.6.4) f. describe occupational opportunities in science and technology (AB.6.5)

48 lab 2, 11, 12, concept 2, 3, 4, 6; lab 16 Issue 9, 10, 11, 12; 41 Investigations in Forensics: all investigations 1-10 section 2-1; 3-1; 4-2; 10-3; 14-3; 17-3; 18-2; 19-3; 22-5; 24-1; 26-2; 27-2; 33-3; 34-1; 36-2; , 2, 3; 30; 31; 34; 38; 39; 42 BioDetectives Video: all videos, 1-10 f. describe occupational opportunities in science and technology (AB.6.5) 35-39, 40-43, 44-48, 49-55, , 206, , , , , , , , 424, 898, 900, , , 958, , , 985, , 40, 44, 49, 182, 204, 208, 221, 226, 287, 295, 331, 341, 423, 897, 926, 951, 971, 978, 985, 997 g. make decisions to resolve sciencetechnology-society issues (AB.6.6)

49 2-1; 2-3; 2-3; 2-4; 7-3; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 12-1; 12-2; 13-4; 14-1; 17-2; 35-2; 36-2; 37-2; 38-1; 38-2; 38-3; 39-1 lab 17, issue 4; lab 1; lab 4, 5, 6; Issue 18; 5, 35, 39, 49; 40; Investigations in Forensics: All investigations 1-10 Chapter lab 6 2-1; 2-3; 2-3;2-4; 7-3; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 12-1; 12-2;13-4; 14-1; 17-2; 35-2; 36-2; 37-2; 38-2; 38-3; , 2, 3; 4; 5, 6, 7; 10, 11; 13; 21; 28; 48, 49; 39; 40; 41; BioDetectives Video All videos 1-10 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Properties of Biomolecules; Biomembranes 1; Cell Respiration; DNA Structure and Replication; g. make decisions to resolve sciencetechnology-society issues (AB.6.6)

50 35-39, 40-43, 44-48, 49-55, , , 206, , , , , , , , 424, 898, 900, , , 958, , , 985, , 40, 44, 49, 182, 201, 204, 208, 221, 226, 287, 300, 331, 341, 423, 897, 926, 951, 956, 971, 978, 985, ; 2-2; 2-3; 2-4; 7-3; 8-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 12-1; 12-3; 13-4; 14-1; 17-2; 35-2; 36-2; 37-2; 37-3; 38-2; 38-3; 39-1 lab 17, lab 1,issue 4; lab 4, 5, 6; lab 1 Issue 18; 41; 5, 35, 39, 49; 40 Investigations in Forensics: 10 Chapter lab 2; 8; 9; 12; 14; 17; 38 Chapter lab: 2; 8; 9; 12; 14; Chemical Foundations a. review foundational chemical concepts and investigate the molecules of life and their function in the living systems (AB.4.1, 4.2)

51 section 2-1; 2-2; 2-3; 2-4; 7-3; 8-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 12-1; 12-3; 13-4; 14-1; 17-2; 35-2; 36-2; 37-2; 37-3; 38-2; , 2, 3; 4; 5, 6, 7; 8; 10, 11; 13; 12, 14, 15; 25, 26; 23; 48, 49; 39; 42; 40; 41 BioDetectives Video: History s Mystery: An Introduction to Forensic Science; Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Properties of Biomolecules; Cell Respiration; DNA Structure and Replication a. review foundational chemical concepts and investigate the molecules of life and their function in the living systems (AB.4.1, 4.2)

52 3. Cell Function and Genetics 17, 21, , , , , , 206, , , , , , , 602, , 718, 748, , , ; 36-3 Lab 17, issue 4; lab 1 16, 169, 174, 182, 190, 204, 208, 221, 241, 250, 584, 595, 657, 715, 745, 921, 926, ; 7-1; 7-2; 7-3; 7-4; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 10-3; 23-2; 23-4; 26-1; 28-1; 29-1; 36-1; 36- Issue 38 Investigations in Forensics: 3 LAB Chapter lab 7; 8; 36 Chapter lab: 7; 8 a. identify the structure, functions, and interactions of eukaryotic cell organelles and their products and research the diversity/uniqueness of cell types (AB.4.3 & 4.5)

53 Section 1-3;7-1; 7-2; 7-3; 7-4; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 10-3; 23-2; 23-4; 26-1; 28-1; 29-1; 36-1; 36-2; , 6, 7; 10, 11; 13; 39 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Properties of Biomolecules; Cell Respiration; Roots, Stems and Leaves a. identify the structure, functions, and interactions of eukaryotic cell organelles and their products and research the diversity/uniqueness of cell types (AB.4.3 & 4.5) (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% (IMR Committee) Responses M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N , , 899, 182, ; 35-2 Chapter lab 7 Chapter lab: 7 b. analyze the chemistry and structure of the cell membrane as it relates to import and export of molecules necessary for life (AB.4.4)

54 Section 7-3; , 6, 7; 48, 49 Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Biomembranes 1; 18, 68, 77, , , , , , , 474, , 515, 552, ,667, 956, , 67, 74, 201, 204, 208, 216, 221, 226, 236, 471, 499, 510, 551, 595, 664, 956, ; 3-3; 8-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 19-1; 20-2; 20-4; 22-1; 23-4; 26-2; 37-3; 39-2 issue 4; lab 17, issue 4; lab 1; Issue 41; 43 Chapter Test: 2; 8; 9; Laboratory Assessment: 1; Chapter review: b. analyze the chemistry and structure of the cell membrane as it relates to import and export of molecules necessary for life (AB.4.4) c. explore photosynthesis and cellular respiration (AB.4.6)

55 Chapter lab 3; 8; 9; 19; 20; Chapter lab: 3; 8; 9; 19; 20; Section 1-3; 3-3; 8-1; 8-2; 8-3; 9-1; 9-2; 19-1; 20-2; 20-4; 22-1; 23-4; 26-2; 37-3; 39-2; 8; 9; 10, 11; 12;, 14, 15; 13; 42; 47; BioDetectives Video: Pfisteria: A Killer in the water; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cell Respiration; Photosynthesis; Roots, Stems, Leaves; Computer Test Bank: Ch. 2; 8; 9;assessment , , 250, , , 281, 308, , , 395, 581, 667, 758, 1010, , 244, 250, 275,279, 307, 309, 349, 579, 664, 751, 1009 c. explore photosynthesis and cellular respiration (AB.4.6) d. describe mitotic and meiotic cell cycles as well as prokaryotic cell cycles (AB.4.8, 4.9)

56 10-1; 10-2; 10-3; 11-4; 11-5; 12-4; 12-5; 14-2; 23-1; 26-2; 29-2; 39-3 lab 3; lab 2; lab 13 Issue Investigations in Forensics: 3 Chapter lab 10; 39 Chapter lab: 10; ; 10-2; 10-3; 11-4; 11-5; 12-4; 12-5; 14-2; 23-1; 26-2; 29-2; ; 17, 18, 22; 27, 28, 29; 24 BioDetectives Video: Skin Cancer: Deadly Cells; Coming Home; A Nation s Pledge Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Mitosis; Meiosis d. describe mitotic and meiotic cell cycles as well as prokaryotic cell cycles (AB.4.8, 4.9)

57 150, 175, 181, 241, 243, , , , 301, 306, , , , , 342, , 355, , 370, , 425, , 483, , 174, 241, 244, 287, 295, 300, 322, 327, 331, 341, 349, 355, 369, 393, 423, 451, 478, ; 7-2; 10-1; 10-2; 12-1; 12-2; 12-3; 13-2; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 14-3; 15-1; 16-1; 17-2; 18-2; 19-2; 40-4 lab 4, 5, 6; issue 1, lab 8, 9, 12; concept 5, 7, lab 14, 15; lab 2, 11, 12;concept 2, 3, 4, 6; lab 13 Issue 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 24; 18; 7; 9, 10, 11, 12 Investigations in Forensics: 4 Chapter lab 10; 12; 13; 14; 16; 17 Chapter lab: 10; 12; 13; 14 e. investigate DNA, gene expression, regulation and mutations and their effects on the diversity of life (AB.4.10, 4.11, 4.17, 4.18 & 4.20)

58 Section 6-3; 7-2; 10-1; 10-2; 12-1; 12-2; 12-3; 13-2; 13-3; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 14-3; 15-1;16-1; 17-2; 18-2; 19-2; ; 21; 25, 26; 23; 24; 30; 31BioDetectives Video: Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Influenza: Tracking A deadly Virus Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Mitosis; DNA Structure and Replication 17, 395, , 409, , 476, 497, 498, , 530, 531, 532, 533, , 672, 673, 686, 696, 704, 757, 758, 826, 827, 864, 16, 393, 404, 423, 471, 497, 516, 530, 622, 664, 669, 683, 694, 701, 751, 821, ; 16-1; 16-3; 17-2; 19-1; 20-1; 20-5; 21-2; 24-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 29-2; 32-1; 33-3 e. investigate DNA, gene expression, regulation and mutations and their effects on the diversity of life (AB.4.10, 4.11, 4.17, 4.18 & 4.20) f. provide for the student evaluation of the advantages of asexual and sexual reproduction (AB.4.12)

59 lab 7 Issue 16; 24;20 Investigations in Forensics: 9 Presentation Assistant: ch. 20 Section outline: ch Concept Map Ch. 20 LAB Chapter lab 16; 17; 19; 20; 21; 26; 27; 29; 33 Chapter lab: 21; 26; 27; 29; 33 Section 1-3; 16-1; 16-3; 17-2; 19-1; 20-1; 20-5; 21-2; 24-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 29-2; 32-1; 33-3; 35; 38 f. provide for the student evaluation of the advantages of asexual and sexual reproduction (AB.4.12)

60 18, 47, 150, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 404, 409, 410, 454, 573, 872, , 44, 150, 263, 267, 275, 279, 307, 309, 331, 341, 349, 393, 397, 404, 451, 569, 871, ; 2-3; 6-3; 11-1; 11-2; 11-4; 11-5; 12-4; 12-5; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 16-1; 16-2;16-3; 18-2; 22-5; 34-1; 39-1 lab 2; lab 13; lab 1 Issue 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 18; 7; 16 Chapter lab 2; 14; 16; Chapter lab: 2; 14; ; 2-3; 6-3; 11-1; 11-2; 11-4; 11-5; 12-4; 12-5; 13-4; 14-1; 14-2; 16-1; 16-2; 16-3; 18-2; 22-5; 34-1; 39-1 g. explore the principles of genetics including: Mendel s laws, incomplete dominance, gene interaction, codominance, multi-alleles, crossing over, genetic recombination; influences of environment, development, sex and age ( AB.4.13, 4.14)

61 19; 17, 18, 22; 27, 28, 29; 23; 24; BioDetectives Video: Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Properties of Biomolecules; Mendelian Inheritance; Meiosis; 243, 245, , , , 295, 300, 393 PRINT: 10-1; 12-1; 12-3; 16-1; Chapter lab 16 Chapter lab 16 Section 10-1; 12-1; 12-3; ; 25, 26 Lab Simulation CD- ROM:DNA Structure and Replication; g. explore the principles of genetics including: Mendel s laws, incomplete dominance, gene interaction, codominance, multi-alleles, crossing over, genetic recombination; influences of environment, development, sex and age ( AB.4.13, 4.14) h. describe DNA replication and protein synthesis (AB.4.15, 4.16)

62 61; , , 330, , 338, 354, 355, , 327, 331, 349, 355 PRINT: 13-2; 13-3; 13-4; 14-2; 14-3; Concept 5, 7; lab 14, 15; concept 2, 3, 4, 6 Issue 18; 7; 9, 10, 11, 12; Investigations in Forensics: 4 Section 13-2; 13-3; 13-4; 14-2; ; 30 BioDetectives Video: Coming Home: A Nation s Pledge i. introduce DNA technologies and the social issues they raise (AB.4.19)

63 20, 180, , ; , , , , , , , 425, , , , , , 668, 716, , , , , , 807, 832, , , , 856, 16, 175, 369, 373, 378, 393, 397, 404, 417,429, 560, 622, 657, 664, 715, 745, 771, 782, 707, 806, 828, 833, 849, 857 PRINT: 1-3; 7-2; 15-1; 15-2; 15-3; 16-1; 16-2; 16-3; 17-1; 17-2; 17-3; 22-3; 24-3; 26-1; 26-2; 28-1; 29-1; 30-2; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-2; 32-3; 33-1; 33-3 Issue 16; 14; 37; 34; 13; 32; 15, 17; Chapter lab 15; 16; 17; 30; 33 Chapter lab15; 17; 30; Evolution a. explain natural selection, speciation and evolution including historical and current ideas (AB.4.21, 4.23)

64 Section 1-3; 7-2; 15-1;15-2; 15-3; 16-2; 16-3; 17-1; 17-2; 17-3; 22-3; 24-3; 26-1; 26-2; 28-1;29-1; 30-2; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-2; 32-3; 33-1; ; 38 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past; 404, ,739, , , , 404, 669; 734, 871, 878 PRINT: 16-3; 26-3; 28-4; 34-1; 34-2 Issue 16; 30 Chapter lab 26 Chapter lab 26 Section 16-3; 26-3; 28-4, 34-1; 34-2 a. explain natural selection, speciation and evolution including historical and current ideas (AB.4.21, 4.23) b. investigate causes and effects of animal behavior (AB.4.22)

65 446-50, , , , 554, , , 564, , ,660, , , , , , , 747, 768, , , , 807, , ; 834, 849, 850, 852, , , 556, 560, 564, 569, 657, 683, 694, 701, 720, 734, 745, 767, 797, 806, 828, 833, 849 PRINT: 18-1; 18-2; 18-3; 22-3; 22-4; 22-5; 26-1; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 28-2; 28-4; 29-1; 30-1; 31-1; 32-2; 32-3; 33-1; Issue 28; 30; 34; 13; 32; 15; 17 Investigations in Forensics: 5 Chapter lab 18; 27 Chapter lab: 18; Classification of Organisms a. compare traditional and modern taxonomy and systematics (AB.4.24, 4.25)

66 Section 18-1; 18-2; 18-3; 22-3; 22-4; 22-5; 26-1; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 28-2; 28-4; 29-1; 30-1; 31-1; 32-2; 32-3; 33-1; 35; 36 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past a. compare traditional and modern taxonomy and systematics (AB.4.24, 4.25) (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT I=In-depth 80% A=Adequate 80% (IMR Committee) Responses M=Minimal 60% N=Nonexistent Less than 60% I A M N , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 968,-969, , 978,-984, , , , , , , , , , Environment and Ecosystems a. explore the various systems of the human organism and their interactions (AB.4.26)

67 891, 897, 901, 906, 910, 921, 926, 933, 943, 951, 956, 971, 978, 985, 996-7, 1003, 1009, 1016, 1031, 1036, 1043 PRINT: 35-1; 35-2; 35-3; 35-4; 35-5; 36-1; 36-2; 36-3; 37-1; 37-3; 38-1; 38-2; 38-3; 39-1; 39-2; 39-3; 39-4; 40-1; 40-3 Lab 16; Issue 4; 44; 8, 41, 42; 38; 41;5, 35, 38, 49; 40; 43; 6, 45; Chapter lab 35; 36; 37; 38; 39; 40; Chapter lab: 35; 36; 37;38; 39; 40; Section 35-1; 35-2; 35-3; 35-4;35-5; 36-1; 36-2; 36-3; 37-1; 37-3; 38-1; 38-2; 38-3; 39-1; 39-2; 39-4; 40-1; 40-2; 40-3 a. explore the various systems of the human organism and their interactions (AB.4.26)

68 39; 43; 40; 41; 47; 44, 45, 46; Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cardiovascular 1; 19, , 659, 666, 671, 685, 690, 696, 704, 718, 727, 756, 759, 777, 787, 801, 811, 825, 862, , 898, , 1039, 16, 639, 657, 664, 671, 683, 694, 701, 715, 726, 751, 771, 782, 797, 806, 821, 857, 871, 897, 1036 PRINT: 1-3; 25-2; 26-1; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 28-1; 28-3; 29-2; 30-2; 30-3; 31-3; 31-2; 32-1; 33-2; 34-1; 35-2; 40-2 Lab 7 Issue 28; 37; 33; 34; 13; a. explore the various systems of the human organism and their interactions (AB.4.26) b. investigate responses of organisms to internal and environmental stimuli (AB.4.7, 4.27)

69 Investigations in Forensics: 8; 9; Chapter lab 27; 28; 29; 30; 31; 33; 34; Chapter lab: 25; 27; 28; 31;29;30;33; 34; 40 Section 1-3; 25-2; 26-1; 27-1; 27-3; 27-4; 28-1; 28-3; 29-2; 30-2; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-1; 33-3; 34-1; 35-2; 40-2; 35; 38; 48, 49; 44, 45, 46 BioDetectives Video: Insect Clues; 21, 63-66, 67-73, 74-81, 90-91, 92-93, 94-97, , , , , 232, , , 431, 432,435, 503, , , , 568, , , 667, 675, 699, 708, , 728, 738, 781, 783, 789, 799, , 805, , 814, , , 701, 720, 734, 771, 782, 797, 806, 833 b. investigate responses of organisms to internal and environmental stimuli (AB.4.7, 4.27) c. investigate ecology including: energy flow, limiting factors, biotic and abiotic environment, extinction and adaptation (AB.4.28, 4.31)

70 20, 67, 87, 90, 106, 124, 129, 139, 144, 150, 226, 378, 397, 429, 435, 497, 564, 589, 618, 643, 664, PRINT: 1-3; 3-1; 3-2; 4-1; 4-2; 4-3; 4-4; 5-2; 5-3; 6-1; 6-2; 6-3;9-2; 15-3; 16-2; 17-3; 17-4; 20-1; 22-4; 23-3; 24-2; 25-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-4; 28-2; 28-4; 30-2; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; 32-3 Concept 8; Issue 46; 48; 47; 29; 21, 23, 27, 31; 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36; 13; 30; 37; 13; 15, 17 Investigations in Forensics: 2 Chapter lab 4; 5; chapter 6 test; lab 9; 15; 16; 23; 24; 26; 27; 30; 31; 32 Chapter lab: 4; 5; 9; 15; 24; 26; 27; 30; 31; 32 c. investigate ecology including: energy flow, limiting factors, biotic and abiotic environment, extinction and adaptation (AB.4.28, 4.31)

71 Section 1-3; 3-1; 3-2; 4-1; 4-2; 4-3; 4-4; 5-2; 5-3; 6-1; 6-2; 6-3; 9-2; 15-3; 16-2; 17-3; 17-4; 20-1; 22-4; 23-3; 24-2; 25-3; 26-2; 26-3; 27-4; 28-2; 28-4; 30-2; 30-3; 31-1; 31-2; , 14, 15; 35; 37; 36 BioDetectives Video: Mummies: Ties to the Past Lab Simulation CD- ROM: Cell Respiration; Roots, Stems and Leaves; Presentation Assistant ch. 20; c. investigate ecology including: energy flow, limiting factors, biotic and abiotic environment, extinction and adaptation (AB.4.28, 4.31)

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