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Mrs. Clayton

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DEPARTMENTS: CTE

Reference Documents

MI Syllabus

Biomedical Sciences Experimental Design

 

MI Calendar

MI Calendar

Quarter 1

August

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

WEEK ONE 8/12-8/16

B/R: None

Freshman only

B/R: What is a Medical Intervention? Give 3 examples.

Intro of Teacher & course

Procedures & Expectations

-          S.T.E.M.

-          MI Course

Syllabus

Supplies for Course

B/ R: Create a theory on how a disease can spread from person to person on a college campus?  

Collect Contracts/Syllabi

Logistics of Scientific Lab Reports & Proper Documentation

B/R: What are the main categories of interventions that function to maintain human health?

Activity 1.1.1 Intervention Inventory

B/R: Explain bioinformatics and why it is useful?

Activity: Meet the Smiths

Family Bulletin #1

Unit 1 Terminology

WEEK TWO 8/19-8/23

B/R: List the 3 types of pathogens and possible sources of infection that can allow for transfer of those pathogens.

Activity 1.1.2 Investigating an Outbreak using Inspiration

Use 1.1.2 Student Resource Sheet

B/R: How do scientists gather evidence during the potential outbreak of an infectious disease?

Finish Activity 1.1.2

Cracking the Code of Life (Safari Montage)

B/R: How can DNA sequences be used to identify disease pathogens?

Cracking the Code of Life (Safari Montage)

10 facts on why it was considered important to crack the human genome code?

B/R: What is the STEM motto?

1.1.3: Using DNA to ID Pathogens (Virtual lab)

1.1.3 resource sheet

B/R: What is an antigen?

Finish 1.1.3 Virtual lab and questions

 September

WEEK THREE 8/26-8/30

B/R: What is an antibody?

Prep Binder/Make-up work if needed.

B/R: How do antibodies identify and inactivate antigens?

Binder Check

Equipment Inventory

 B/R: What is an antigen?

Equipment Inventory (Name, pic, function)

Binder checks

B/R: None

Meet in Auditorium for S.T.E.M. Assembly

 - Expectations

 - Procedures

 - Probation

 - Integration

B/R: What is 1 thing you wish others understood about you?

Equipment Inventory

(Name, pic, function)

WEEK FOUR 9/2-9/6

B/R: None

Labor Day

B/R: None

Contagion

Follow movie and document how they track the disease

B/R: None

Contagion

Follow movie and document how they track the disease

B/R: None

Contagion

Follow movie and document how they track the disease

B/R: None

Contagion

Follow movie and document how they track the disease

  WEEK FIVE 9/9-9/13

B/R: How can an ELISA assay be used to detect genes?

Activity 1.1.4 What’s the Concentration?

B/R: What can the conc. of a chemical/reagent tell us?

Activity 1.1.4 What’s the Concentration?

B/R: What is the purpose of antibiotics? Why don’t antibiotics work on viruses?

1.1.6: Final Diagnosis

1.1.6: resource sheet

B/R: How do antibiotics work to fight bacterial infections?

Finish 1.1.6: Final Diagnosis

B/R: What actions are humans taking that are contributing to bacteria becoming resistant to commonly used antibiotics?

Binder Check

  WEEK SIX 9/16-9/20

TDD

No School

B/R: none  

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R: none  

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R: none  

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R: none  

1.1.5: ELISA

 

 

WEEK SEVEN 9/23-9/27

B/R: What is the difference between translation and transduction?

 1.2.1: Antibiotic Therapy

B/R: What is the purpose of a microcentrifuge?

1.2.1: Antibiotic Therapy - Finish

B/R: Convert 1ml into microliters.

1.2.3: When Antibiotics Fail

B/R: What methods do bacteria use to share antibiotic resistant genes?

Finish 1.2.3: When Antibiotics Fail

B/R: What is the pair to this DNA sequence:

ATTAGCGGCCATCGA

1.3.1: Good vibrations – part 1

 

OCTOBER

WEEK EIGHT 9/30-10/4

B/R: Explain why antibiotics allow scientist to target and ID specific disease antigens.

 1.3.1: Good vibrations – part 1 & 2

B/R: What is the difference btwn a microcentrifuge and a centrifuge?

Medical Sig Codes

 B/R: Name 4 types of pipettes.

Unit 1 Jeopardy

B/R: What is a vaccine? Why is it important?

Unit 1 Vocab Quiz

B/R: When is Mrs. Clayton’s Bday?

RX for survival: Rise of the super bugs Video
(Safari Montage) or Hot Zone (Nat Geo)

 

WEEK NINE 10/7-10/11

B/R: How can a superbug be detrimental to society?

B/R: What class of bacteria (+/-) does N. Meningitidis fall under?  What class of drug (of the 4 studied) would kill N. Meningitis?

1.3.2: Can you hear me now?

B/R: What were the results of your hearing test? Are both ears consistently the same range?

1.3.2: Can you hear me now?

B/R: What is the importance of  sterile technique and why must it be used?

B/R: 

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs – part 1 only

Quarter 2

WEEK TEN 10/14-10/18

B/R: What is the difference btwn a Vortexer and Centrifuge?

1.3.3: Cochlear Implant Debate hearing?

B/R: How does a vaccine activate the body’s immune system?

1.3.3: Cochlear Implant Debate hearing?

B/R: What are the bioethical concerns related to the use of cochlear implant technology?

Prep for Debate – research

Binder Check

B/R: What is your personal opinion/stance on the cochlear implant debate? Why?

Prep for Debate – share points, no duplicates

Binder Check

B/R:

Cochlear Implant Debate

WEEK  ELEVEN 10/21-10/25

B/R: 5 cc po qam c breakfast.

Unit 2 Terms

Family Bulletin #2 Update Pedigree - Smith Family Tree

B/R:1 5cc inj IM TID 1 hr p meal.

Vaccine ppt

B/R:2 gtts ou prn

1.4.1: Disease Prevention through Vaccination part 1

1.4.1: Resource sheet

B/R: None

STOP THE BLEED

B/R: 1 po qid prn NR

1.4.1: Disease Prevention through Vaccination part 1

1.4.1: Resource sheet

Vaccination Cards

WEEK  TWELVE 10/28-11/1

B/R: What causes different types of hearing loss?

1.4.2: part 2 Recombinant DNA

Binder check

B/R: 1 po sl qhs s food

1.4.2: part 2 Recombinant DNA

1.4.3: Life of an Epidemiologist

Binder check

B/R: What is a genetic disorder and how can it be caused?

1.4.3: Life of an Epidemiologist

Binder check

B/R: Go to link. How are different speech sounds through a cochlear implant versus normal

Guest Speaker: Jason

B/R: What does the success rate of hearing with a cochlear implant depend on?

1.4.3: Life of an Epidemiologist

WEEK  THIRTEEN 11/4-11/8

B/R: 1 po QID x 7 days.  What type of ailment could this be prescribed for?

Genetic Disorders ppt

B/R: Can a genetic disorder be contagious, justify your answer?

Finish ppt & Discuss

B/R: What is recombinant DNA technology?

Equipment Jeopardy

B/R: What is a superbug (research)?  How is it created?

Equipment Quiz

B/R: Can a genetic disorder be contagious, justify your answer?

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs – part 1 only

WEEK  FOURTEEN 11/11-11/15

B/R: None

Veteran’s Day – No School

B/R: None

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs

B/R: None

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs

B/R: None

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs

B/R: None

1.2.2: Attack of the superbugs

WEEK  FIFTEEN 11/18-11/22

B/R: None

Mr. Holland’s Opus

B/R: none

Mr. Holland's Opus

B/R: none

Mr. Holland's Opus

B/R: None

Mr. Holland's Opus Reflection

B/R: None

 

WEEK  SIXTEEN 11/25-11/29 – NO SCHOOL – FALL BREAK

WEEK  SEVENTEEN 12/2-12/6

B/R: How did Cole’s relationship between mom and dad differ? Why?

2.1.1: Genetic Counselor

 

B/R: What problems may arise now that Judy is pregnant?

2.1.1: Genetic Counselor

B/R: Do female and male sex cells have an expiration date? Explain.

2.1.1: Genetic Counselor

B/R: None

Genetic Counselor Presentations

B/R: None

Genetic Counselor Presentations

WEEK  EIGHTEEN 12/9-12/13

B/R: What medical interventions & lifestyle modifications can help a pregnant woman have a healthy pregnancy?

2.1.2: Copying our Genes – part 1 only & C?#1-5

B/R:   What is PGD? How can PGD be an important/useful tool that is used today?

2.1.5: Maternal & Child Health

Binder check

B/R: 1 po tid x 7 days.  How   many pills should be dispensed?

2.1.5: Maternal & Child Health

Binder check

B/R: What   is CVS (no, not the drug store)?

Finish 2.1.5: Maternal & Child

Binder check

B/R: Compare amniocentesis & CVS using a Venn Diagram.

Cloning Video

WEEK  NINETEEN 12/16-12/20

B/R: None

Cloning Video

B/R: None

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: None

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: None

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: None

Analysis of Lab

Winter Break: 12/20-1/5

Quarter 3

WEEK  TWENTY 1/6-1/10

B/R: Do you feel genetic testing is ethical? Explain your reasoning.

http://learn.genetics.utah.

edu/content/basics/ptc/

B/R: What   is the relationship between phenotype and genotype?

Diagnostic Imaging PPt

B/R: How do you think PCR can be used to diagnose genetic diseases and disorders?

Finish Diagnostic Imaging ppt

B/R: Explain how a scientist can target a specific gene or region of the DNA in a PCR reaction.

2.2.1: Gene Therapy Debate

B/R: Brainstorm how you could run a PCR reaction if you did not have access   to a thermal cycler. 

2.2.1: Gene Therapy Debate

Pick points, no duplicates per table group

WEEK  TWENTY  1/13-1/17

B/R: Would this type of testing work on every disease with a genetic component?

Class discussion of points, prep for Debate

B/R: What ethical issues are raised by human DNA typing experiments?

Gene Therapy Debate – 3 pros/cons per each person

B/R: What can amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling tell a couple about   their developing fetus?

Ultrasound ppt

B/R: How can restriction enzymes and electrophoresis be used to identify SNPs and   determine genotype?

Ultrasound ppt

B/R: How can the techniques described in this lab be used to test for human disease genes?

Binder Check

WEEK  TWENTY ONE 1/20-1/24

No School

MLK Jr. B-day

B/R: None

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R: None

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R: None

1.1.5: ELISA

B/R:

1.1.5: ELISA

Binder Check

WEEK  TWENTY TWO 1/27-1/31

B/R: Explain why a woman who is pregnant should avoid alcohol and drugs. What effect do these substances have on the body systems of the fetus?

Guest Speaker: Radiology Tech

B/R: Why should a woman who is pregnant take a vitamin high in folic acid?

2.2.2: Reproductive Technology

B/R: Do you believe cloning to be ethical? Why/Why not?

2.2.2:Reproductive Technology

B/R: How can genetic diseases be cured if scientists could replace faulty genes?

Sig Codes Jeopardy

B/R: What vectors can be used to transfer DNA to human cells?

Sig Codes Quiz

Unit 3 Terms

WEEK  TWENTY THREE 2/3-2/7

B/R: None

1.2.3: Super Bugs

B/R: none

1.2.3: Super Bugs

B/R: None

1.2.3: Super Bugs

B/R: none

1.2.3: Super Bugs

B/R: B/R: Why wouldn’t you push a pipette all the way down when extracting with a pipette?

1.2.3: Super Bugs Analysis & C?’s

WEEK  TWENTY FOUR 2/10-2/14

B/R: How might gene therapy open the door to genetic enhancement?

Bulletin #3 – update family tree

B/R: What medical interventions are available for couples who would like to choose the gender of their child?

3.1.1.: Who is affected by Cancer?

3.1.1: Resource Sheet

B/R: Should parents be able to design their children?

Cancer ppt

B/R: What is the difference between reproductive cloning and therapeutic cloning?

Cancer ppt

B/R: Who is affected by cancer?

Cancer ppt

WEEK  TWENTY FIVE 2/17-2/21

B/R:

No School – President’s Day

B/R: Break down the word: osteosarcoma.

3.1.2: Diagnostic Imaging

Binder Check

B/R: What fundamental characteristics do all cancers have in common?

3.1.2: Diagnostic Imaging

Binder Check

B/R: What is the importance of a tumor suppressor gene?

3.1.3: When Cells Lose Control

3.1.3: Resource sheet

Binder Check

B/R: In what ways are diagnostic imaging technologies used to diagnose and treat disorders?

3.1.3: When Cells Lose Control

Binder check

WEEK  TWENTY SIX 2/24-2/28

B/R: What is the importance of a proto-oncogene?

3.1.3: Microscope analysis

B/R: Describe the different uses for X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs

Cancer ppt

B/R: What is a biopsy, how is it useful?

Cancer ppt

B/R: What is Cancer? How can cancer be diagnosed?

Unit 3 Terms Jeopardy

B/R: None - Study

Unit 3 Terms Quiz

Prep for Binder check

WEEK  TWENTY SEVEN 3/2-3/6

B/R: Do you have any cancers in your family history?  If so, write down the types.

3.2.1: Am I at Risk?

Binder checks

B/R: What are some of the ethical dilemmas surrounding current and future reproductive technology?

3.2.1: Am I at Risk?

Binder Check

B/R: What is apoptosis?

Cancer ppt

B/R: How do the tumor suppressor genes & proto-oncogenes work together?

3.3.1: Diary Of a Cancer pt.

Binder Check

B/R: What is the difference btwn a single blind study and a double blind study?

3.3.1: Diary Of a Cancer pt.

Binder Check

WEEK  TWENTY EIGHT 3/9-3/13

B/R: How is apoptosis a crucial process of the body?

3.2.4: Virology

B/R: List 3 responsibilities of a Virologist.

3.2.4: Virology

B/R: How can viruses be used to alter the course of a disease?

Finish 3.2.4: Virology

B/R: What is 1 goal you have for spring break?

House: Sports Med

No School

 

TDD

WEEK   3/16-3/20 – SPRING BREAK

Quarter 4

  

WEEK  TWENTY NINE 3/23-3/27

B/R: What is cryosurgery? How can it be used?

Sgt. Baxter

B/R: What are genetic markers?

3.1.4: DNA Microarray pt. 1 & 2 - finish for hmwk if not done

B/R: What is melanoma?

3.1.4: DNA Microarray Part 1

B/R: What are the types of skin cancers?  How can you prevent it?

3.1.4: DNA Microarray – Wet Lab

B/R: What is BRCA1 or BRCA2 genetic testing? How can it be useful?

Finish 3.1.4 C?’s

WEEK  THIRTY 3/30-4/3

B/R: In what ways do different risk factors increase the chance that a person will develop cancer?

Oncology Guest Speaker & Remission patient

B/R: How can lifestyle changes reduce the risk for developing cancer?

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: How can molecular tests be used to detect inherited genetic mutations associated with certain cancers?

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: What is the importance of routine cancer screenings?

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

B/R: What is the difference btwn a malignant and benign tumor?

2.1.3: PTC Tasting Lab

 

WEEK  THIRTY ONE 4/6-4/10

B/R: What is the difference between invasion & metastasis when referring to cancer?

Finish 2.1.3: PTC Tasting C?’s

B/R: What are some ways we can detect cancer in the early stages?

Discuss Hot Zone book read in A&P, research hot to handle a hot zone

Binder Check

B/R: Explain tumor staging and it’s importance.

Make strategic plan for a Hot Zone

Binder check

B/R: What is the importance of routine cancer screenings?

Include in plan what to do with infected, noninfected, how to tell the difference, etc.

Binder check

B/R: What is a biopsy?  How can it be useful in today’s society?

Finish plan for hot zone

Watch 100 Cloverfield exerpt

Binder Check

WEEK  THIRTY TWO 4/13-4/17

B/R: What is the difference between invasion & metastasis when referring to cancer?

Create biohazard suits

Binder check

B/R: What   can a DNA microarray teach us about oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes?

Create biohazard suits

B/R: What can a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy &/or radiation therapy expect during treatment?

Create biohazard masks

B/R: What is an oncogene?

Create Biohazard masks

B/R: None

Bioterror Drill

WEEK  THIRTY THREE 4/20-4/24

B/R: What is a tumor suppressor gene?

3.2.2: Cancer Screening - design experiment

B/R: Work on Experiment

3.2.2: Cancer Screening –Experiment – Due Monday

B/R: Work on Experiment

3.2.2: Cancer Screening – Complete Experiment – Due Monday

B/R: Work on write up

3.2.2: Cancer Screening – Complete Write up – Due Monday

B/R: What is the difference between chemotherapy and radiation?

3.2.2: Cancer Screening – Complete Write up – Due Monday

WEEK  THIRTY FOUR 4/27-5/1

B/R: Why is it important for a cell to be able to efficiently repair its DNA?

3.2.2: Cancer Screening – Due today

3.3.3: Prosthetic Arm

B/R: What are the daily responsibilities of a Virologist?

3.3.3: Prosthetic Arm

B/R: When doing a self-examination for suspicious mole or spots on your skin, what   should you look for?

3.3.3: Prosthetic Arm TEST

B/R: Why is it important for a cell to be able to efficiently repair its DNA?

4.3.1: Who receives an Organ

 4.3.1: Resource sheet

B/R: Which teacher had the greatest impact on your life? What would you say to thank them?

4.3.1: Who Receives an Organ

WEEK  THIRTY FIVE 5/4-5/8

B/R:  How do physical & occupational therapists help patients with disabilities or patients recovering from surgery or injury?

John Q

Senior Binder Check

B/R:  Should anyone be allowed on an organ transplant list?  Whom do you think are worthy?

John Q

Senior Binder Check

B/R:  What type of requirements are there for an organ transplant, do you agree with the list? Why/Why not?None

John Q

4.3.3: Kidney Donation – Laporascopic Surgery

Senior Binder check

B/R: None

John Q

4.3.3: Kidney Donation – Laporascopic Surgery

Binder check

B/R: None

John Q

4.3.3: Kidney Donation – Laporascopic Surgery

Binder check

WEEK  THIRTY SIX 5/11-5/15

B/R:

4.3.4: Be a surgeon – suturing

B/R:

4.3.4: Be a surgeon – suturing

B/R:

Senior Suturing Assessment

B/R:

Biomed EOC

B/R:

Biomed EOC

WEEK  THIRTY SEVEN 5/18-5/22

B/R: None

Junior Suturing Assessment

B/R: None

Junior Suturing Assessment

4.4.2: Bionic Human

B/R: None

4.4.2: Bionic Human

Junior Binder Check

B/R: None

4.4.2: Bionic Human

Junior Binder Check

B/R: None

4.4.2: Bionic Human

Junior Binder Check

WEEK  THIRTY EIGHT 5/25-5/29

B/R: None

No School – Memorial Day

B/R: None

Present Bionic Human

B/R: None

Present Bionic Human

B/R: None

Present Bionic Human or Cardio Fun Day if complete

B/R:

Cardio Fun – Last Day of School

Kickball Tournament 5th -7th periods