Presentation on theme: " Learning Essential Question: What is immunity? What is an immune response? Vocabulary: Specific immunity Specific immunity Non-specific immunity."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Essential Question: What is immunity? What is an immune response? Vocabulary: Specific immunity Specific immunity Non-specific immunity Non-specific immunity Passive immunity Passive immunity Active immunity Active immunity Antibody Antibody Antigen Antigen T-cells T-cells B-cells B-cells Date: Monday, October 29, 2012 Concept #2: Intro to Immunity
Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 Concept #3: Antibiotic and Pesticide Resistance Learning Essential Question: How do bacteria or pests evolve to become antibiotic or pesticide resistant? Vocabulary: Antibiotic Antibiotic Pesticide Pesticide
Essential Standard: Bio.3.5 Analyze how classification systems are developed upon speciation. Clarifying Objective: Bio. 3.5.1 Explain the historical development and changing nature of classification systems. Bio. 3.5.2 Analyze the classification of organisms according to their evolutionary relationships (including dichotomous keys and phylogenetic trees). Objective Goal: 3.5.1 SWBAT generalize the changing nature of classification schemes. 3.5.2 SWBAT Classify organisms using a dichotomous key. SWBAT Compare organisms on a phylogenetic tree by relatedness and time of appearance in geologic history.
Wednesday, Oct 31 Concept: Classification Systems Learning Essential Question: What is the basis of the classification system and why is it changeable? Vocabulary: Taxonomy Phylogeny Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Thursday, Nov 1 st Concept: Cladograms & Dichotomous Keys Learning Essential Question: 1)How do you use a dichotomous key to identify organisms? 2)How is phylogeny determined with a cladogram? Vocabulary: Cladogram Dichotomous key
Friday, November 2 nd Concept: Phylogeny Learning Essential Question: How can phylogeny be used to show relatedness of organisms? Vocabulary: LAST DAY OF THE QUARTER!!