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WEEK ONE 8/13-8/17

Welcome Freshman!

Rise of the Titans c/o 2022

B/R: What causes death?

Intro of Teacher & course

Procedures & Expectations

-          S.T.E.M.

-          PBS Course

Syllabus

Supplies for Course

 B/R: What is BioMed? (Inspiration)

Collect Contracts/Syllabi

Logistics of Career Journals, Scientific Lab Reports, & Proper Documentation

B/R: What careers may be involved in solving a mysterious death?

1.1.1: A Mysterious Death Using Inspiration

B/R: What is an expectation you have of a GREAT teacher? 

1.1.2: Examining a Scene – part 1

WEEK TWO 8/20-8/24

B/R: What clues may be found at a scene of a mysterious death that may help to determine the cause of death?

1.1.2: Examining a Scene – part 1

B/R: List at least 5 human body systems (there are 11 if you’re up to the challenge) :)

1.1.2: Examining a scene part 2 “CSI Search Methods” using inspiration create a concept map

B/R: Pick 2 body systems. What organs make up your selected body systems?

1.1.2: Examining a scene – part 3

Unit 1 Terminology

B/R: In your opinion, which body system is the most important for survival? Justify your answer.

Finish 1.1.2: Examining a scene – part 3

B/R: What might be the consequence of malfunctions in any of the body systems?

Career Journals (CJ’s) – how to set them up & assign unit 1 due by next Friday 9/7.

September

WEEK THREE 8/27-8/31

B/R: What is the stem motto?

1.1.4: Evidence Stations

B/R: What is an autopsy and how can it be used to determine the cause of death?

 1.1.4: Evidence Stations

B/R: none

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

 - Expectations

 - Procedures

 - Probation

 - Integration

B/R: What is the difference between a primary & secondary source?

Set up Binder; complete any make-up work

B/R: What is confidentiality & how can it be important?

Explain 1.1.5: Time of Death and go over Biomedical Experimental Design, lab equipment, and personal protective equipment.

WEEK FOUR 9/3-9/7

No School

Labor Day

 

B/R: What type of medical professional performs autopsies? 

Anna’s sketch

B/R: What is DNA?

Anna’s Clues and Persons of Interest

Why is it important to remember 9/11?

CJ Day

Binder Check Prep

B/R: What are the 4 components of DNA?

Binder check

WEEK FIVE 9/10-9/14

B/R:  What are toxicology reports and how can they help solve a case?

1.1.4: Drug Analysis Lab

B/R: What would you like to learn about autopsies? (Inspiration)

1.1.4: Blood, Footprint, Hair, and Fingerprint Analysis

B/R: What is Forensic Science?  How is it used today?

1.1.5: Time of Death

B/R: Suggest reasons why autopsies are required when a person dies as the result of an automobile or un-witnessed accident.

1.2.1: What is DNA – using Molecular kits

B/R: What can Forensics Techs extract DNA from?

1.2.1: What is DNA pt 1

WEEK SIX 9/17-9/21

B/R:  What are the 4 components of DNA?

House: TB or Not TB

B/R: Besides DNA profiling, for what other reasons might scientists and researchers use DNA analysis?  

Crime Scene Analysis

B/R:  What physical evidence obtained from the Garcia crime scene could be used to obtain DNA?

Crime Scene Analysis

B/R: Describe one of the main challenges in extracting DNA from cells found at a crime scene.

1.3.2: HIPAA Confidentiality

HIPAA ppt

B/R: Explain why the underlying and immediate causes of death are both important when preparing an autopsy report

Discuss HIPAA  Scenarios

WEEK SEVEN 9/24-9/28

B/R:  How can measuring and analyzing blood splatter be useful to aiding in the investigation of a crime/murder?

1.2.1: What is DNA – using molecular kits

1.2.3: DNA Analysis – part 1

B/R:  Suggest three specific reasons why determining the cause of death can sometimes be difficult.

1.2.3: DNA Analysis – part 2 – Virtual Electrophoresis

1.2.3: Suspect DNA

B/R:  Why is it important to be accurate when filling out medical reports (i.e charting, autopsy reports)?

1.2.2: DNA Extraction Lab

 B/R:  What does HIPAA stand for?

Finish 1.2.2: DNA Extraction Write-up

Binder Check

B/R: What is HIPAA? Why is it important?

Binder check

Article Summary Annotation

October

WEEK EIGHT 10/1-10/5

B/R:   Is there ever a time patient confidentiality should be broken?

1.3.1: Autopsy Report Discussion

1.3.3: Was it a Crime

Binder Check

B/R:  What is the difference between moral and ethical?

1.3.1: Human Body Systems & The Autopsy

Binder Check

B/R:  Classify Drugs (all that you know) including legal and illegal.

Unit 1 Terms Jeopardy

 B/R: 3 min study!

Unit 1 Terms Quiz

Unit 2 Terms

B/R:  What is the difference between ethics and morals?

House: Humpty Dumpty

 

WEEK NINE 10/8-10/12

B/R:  none

Patch Adams

B/R:  none

Patch Adams

B/R:  None

Patch Adams

B/R: What is Diabetes?

Patch Adams

B/R: Was Patch Adams ethical? Explain your reasoning.

Patch Adams & Analysis

WEEK TEN 10/15-10/19

B/R:  none

TDD

B/R:   How do the clues found at a scene of a mysterious death help investigators determine what might have occurred?

Unit 2 CJ or Terms

B/R: What can be done at a scene of a mysterious death to help reconstruct what happened?

Unit 2 Career Journals

B/R:  What was Anna Garcia’s time of death? Why is that important?

Unit 2 CJ

B/R:  What does our STEM motto mean to you and how can it be powerful?

House: DNR

WEEK ELEVEN 10/22-10/26 

B/R:  What does glucose do for the body?

2.1.1: Diagnosing Diabetes

B/R:  What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

2.1.1: Diagnosing Diabetes

B/R:   What are the similarities between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

Chemistry of Life PPt - part 1

 

B/R:  What are the 4 major elements?

Chemistry of Life PPt - part 1

B/R:  What is the difference between a covalent bond and an Ionic bond?

 Finish Chemistry of Life part 1 ppt

Distribute Binder check

WEEK TWELVE 10/29-11/2

B/R: Who are the 2 Scientists credited with the discovery of DNA?

2.1.2 Prep Model - part 1

2.1.2: Resource sheet

B/R: How do scientists design experiments to find the most accurate answer to the question they are asking?

 2.1.2 Prep Model -

Binder Checks

B/R: What can I learn from a control group?

2.1.2: Prep Model

Binder Checks

B/R: List 3 things to do to stop/limit the spread of infectious diseases.

Present 2.1.2 Model

B/R: What is glucose?

Present 2.1.2 Model

 

WEEK  THIRTEEN 11/5-11/9

B/R: Who are the 2 Scientists credited with the discovery of DNA?

 

 2.1.2 Prep Model - part 1

2.1.2: Resource sheet

B/R: How do scientists design experiments to find the most accurate answer to the question they are asking?

2.1.2: Prep Model

B/R: What can I learn from a control group?

House: Kids – complete wkst

B/R: List 3 things to do to stop/limit the spread of infectious diseases.

Present 2.1.2 Model

B/R: What is glucose?

 

Present 2.1.2 Model

WEEK  FOURTEEN 11/12-11/16

B/R:

Veteran’s Day

B/R:  What is Insulin and where is it produced?  

2.1.3 Feedback

Binder Checks

B/R: How is insulin and glucose connected?

2.1.3 Feedback

Binder Checks

B/R: Why are pregnant women given a Glucose Tolerance Test?

2.1.3 Feedback

Binder Checks

B/R:  What does glucose in urine signify?

CM: Uncanney Valley - document; do a Psych Analysis of the perpetrator

WEEK  FIFTEEN (No School) 11/19-11/23

B/R: none

 

B/R: none

 

B/R: None

B/R: None

B/R: None

WEEK  FIFTEEN 11/19-11/23

B/R:  At what age can the onset of Type 1 Diabetes begin?

2.2.1: Autopsy Report

2.2.1: Anna's Food Diary

B/R:  What is a calorie?

2.2.2: Nutritional Chart

B/R:  What is the difference btwn a homogenous mixture and a heterogeneous mixture?

B/R:  What does glucose in urine signify?

2.2.1: Food Testing

B/R:  What is the difference between a Calorie and a calorie (which one do we use)?

2.2.1: Food Testing

WEEK  SIXTEEN 12/3-12/7

B/R: Why have food with aspartame been approved after the dangers have been made aware of?

Discuss Anna's food diary

Finish 2.2.1: Food Testing C? and data sharing with group

B/R: What is the difference btwn sugar and nonfat sweetners?

2.2.2: Food Labels

B/R: Why are nonfat sweetner unhealthy?

2.2.2: Food Labels

B/R: What is the importance of a food journal?

Sgt. Baxter Presentation

B/R: What is the difference between a beaker, flask, and a graduated cylinder? (Draw all 3)

2.3.1: A day in the life of a Diabetic

Binder Checks

WEEK SEVENTEEN 12/10-12/14

B/R: Explain how healthy food calories are different from junk food calories.

Binder Checks

2.3.1: A day in the life of a diabetic

Look up and copy the food pyramid into your comp. ntbk. What organization approves food & labels?

Binder Checks

2.3.2: Diabetic Emergency C?

 

B/R:  What is the role of a chemical bond in energy transfers?

 

Binder Checks

2.3.2: Diabetic Emergency C? (wet lab)

B/R: Why we have food labels, how/why are they important?

Unit 2 Jeopardy

B/R:    none - study

Unit 2 Vocab Quiz

Unit 3 Terms

 

WEEK EIGHTEEN 12/17-12/21

B/R: None

Unit 3 CJ’s

 

B/R: None

Unit 3 CJ

B/R:  none

House

No School - TDD

No School

 

WEEK NINETEEN 1/7-1/11

B/R:  What is the relationship between nutrients, food, chemical reactions, and energy?

 2.3.3: Complications

B/R: What food do you want to limit from your diet? Why?

2.3.3: Complications

Hmwk: Finish Unit 3 Terms

B/R: What foods do you want to increase in your diet? Why?

3.1.1: Blood Detectives

B/R:  Why might a food with lower energy content be a better energy source than another food with higher energy content?

3.1.1: Blood Detective

B/R: What’s the difference btwn a monosacchride, diasacchride, and trisacchride?

Unit 3 Career Journals

**FL Hosp Meeting**

 

WEEK TWENTY 1/14-1/18

B/R:  Are sports drinks a valuable tool in maintaining water balance?

Finish 3.1.1 Blood Detectives

B/R:  Why is water balance such an important factor in maintaining homeostasis?

3.1.2: Sickle Cell Diaries

Medical History

Anna's Diaries

B/R: Explain why water is an essential component of human bodies.

3.1.2: Sickle Cell Diaries

B/R: What does hydrophilic literally mean? How can this characteristic be useful?

Chromosome PPt

B/R:   How does having sickle shaped blood cells effect the body? Explain & Justify.

Chromosome PPT

WEEK TWENTY ONE 1/21-1/25

No School – MLK Jr. Bday

B/R: What does hydrophobic literally mean? How can this characteristic be useful?

3.2.1: Protein Synthesis

3.2.1: Resource sheet

B/R: What is the importance of blood?

3.2.1: Protein Synthesis

Binder Check

B/R: What are the 4 components of blood?

Audio Clip

3.3.3: Immortal Cells – Henrietta Lacks

3.3.3: Resource Sheet

 B/R: List the 4 components and describe the function of each.

Finish 3.3.3

 

WEEK TWENTY TWO 1/28-2/1

B/R: Was Dr. Gey Ethical? Why/Why not?

3.4.1: Family Inheritance

3.4.1: Resource sheet - copy pedigrees into comp ntbk

B/R: How has society benefitted from Dr. Gey’s breach of ethics?

Finish 3.4.1

B/R: What does protein synthesis do for our bodies?

3.4.2: Probability – Parts 1, 3, Conclusion ?’s

 

B/R: What is a chromosome?

3.4.2: Probability – Parts 1, 3, Conclusion ?’s

B/R: How many chromosomes do humans have?

Blood & Sickle Cell PPT

**Blood Drive**

WEEK TWENTY THREE 2/4-2/8

B/R:  Does chromosome # indicate intelligence?

Sickle Cell ppt

 

B/R:   How does having sickle shaped blood cells effect the body? Explain & Justify.

3.4.3: World Distribution (Bean Lab)

Binder Check

B/R: How do the lives of people with sickle cell disease differ from yours? Explain.

3.4.3: World Distribution (Bean Lab)

Binder Check

B/R:  What is the difference between a genotypic and phenotypic trait?

Unit 3 Jeopardy

 

B/R – None – study for 5 minutes

Unit 3 Quiz

WEEK TWENTY FOUR 2/11-2/15

B/R: Create a pedigree of your family (3 generations)

Binder Check

Unit 4 Terms

 

B/R:  Pick a trait and shade it in the pedigree you created yesterday.

Unit 4 Career Journals #23-27

B/R: How might a Hematologist help someone with Sickle cell disease?

4.1.1: Path of Blood through the heart

B/R: Name 1 trait that has been passed down 3 generations. Is it genotypic or phenotypic?

4.1.1: Path of Blood through the heart

B/R: What is a mutation?  Is it good or bad? Explain.

House: Acceptance

 

WEEK TWENTY FIVE 2/18-2/22

No School – President’s Day

 

B/R: Diagram & label a human heart with chambers & valves.

Discuss Dissection expectations and tools.

B/R: Where is SCD most prevalent geographically?

4.1.2: Anatomy of the Heart (dissection)

B/R: How do you get anemia?

4.1.2: Anatomy of the Heart (dissection)

B/R: What is the difference between Sickle Cell Anemia and regular Anemia?

4.1.2: Anatomy of the Heart – C?

WEEK TWENTY SIX 2/25-2/28

B/R:  What protein in RBC helps carry oxygen?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

4.2.1: Medical History

B/R:  Which part of blood helps to clot?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

Binder Check

B/R:  What is the difference between an artery and vein?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

Binder Check

B/R: What is a punnett square?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

Binder check

B/R:  Punnett Square: NN x nn

4.2.1: Heart Rate - Final Write up day

WEEK TWENTY SEVEN 3/4-3/8

B/R:   B/R: Punnett Square: Rr x rr

4.2.1: Heart Rate

B/R:   Punnett Square: Aa x Aa

4.2.1: Heart Rate

B/R:  Analyze Aa x Aa from yesterday, what is the percentage of the dominate trait appearing in the offspring?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

B/R: What do your heart and music have in common?

4.2.1: Heart Rate

B/R:  What preventative measures can you take to prevent heart disease?

Finish 4.2.1: Heart Rate write-up

WEEK TWENTY EIGHT 3/11-3/15

B/R:   Create a diagram showing blood flows through the heart & body.

4.2.2: Blood Pressure

B/R:   What is an EKG?  How is it used?

B/R: What is LDL & HDL?

4.2.2: Blood Pressure – Finish C?’s

B/R:  What’s the purpose of a pacemaker?

House:

No School- Spring Break - TDD

WEEK TWENTY NINE 3/25-3/29

B/R:   What is hypercholesterolemia?

House: Sports Med

B/R:   What is an angioplasty?

Finish House

Discussion of BP, design experiment

B/R:  What is a stent insertion?

Manual & Electronic BP

4.2.2: Blood Pressure

B/R: How can a stent insertion benefit patients? What type of patients would it benefit?

 4.2.2: Blood Pressure - experiment

 

B/R:   What is a coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) surgery?

4.2.2: BP - write-up in comp ntbk: Quest, hypoth, data/results.

4.2.2: c?'s

**Blood Drive**

WEEK THIRTY 4/1-4/5

B/R:  What is a myocardial infarction and how would you treat it?

Finish 4.2.2 write-up in comp ntbk.

B/R:  What are the main arteries of the heart?

4.2.3: EKG

B/R:  What are the main veins of the heart?

4.2.3: EKG

B/R: How would the treatment be different from someone suffering with elevated HDL vs. elevated LDL?

NASA Presentation - meet in auditorium

B/R: How would the treatment be different from someone suffering with elevated HDL vs. elevated LDL? 

Finish 4.2.3 C?'s

WEEK  THIRTY ONE 4/8-4/12

B/R: What other factors are monitored with cholesterol?

4.3.1: What is Cholesterol – create brochure

4.3.1: Medical History

B/R: What are triglycerides responsible for?

4.3.1: What is Cholesterol – create brochure

4.3.1: Medical History

B/R:   How does smoking relate to risk of heart attack and atherosclerosis?

Work on brochure

B/R: None – study 5 min

Work on brochure

B/R: none

Unit 5 & 6 Terms -Auditorium??

BACE Testing

WEEK  THIRTY TWO 4/15-4/19

B/R: Place brochures on table with number, get it ready for voting

Rate brochures

Binder check

B/R: Get materials for pump

4.3.3: Making a Pump- wet lab

B/R: Get your boards, marker, and paper towel

Unit 4 Jeopardy

B/R: None – study 5 min

Unit 4 Terms Quiz 

B/R: none

Unit 5 & 6 Terms -Auditorium??

BACE Testing