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Year 2 - DP biology (redirected from Sem 2 - DP biology)

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Practicals     •GSIS grades      •IA rubric     • EE in Bio      •Test Calendar     • Max grades     •Sci News      •Tiger

 

   DP Sem 3          DP Sem 4         DPbio Summary

 

Sequence

(weeks)

Topic

SL

HL

Learning goals

Major Resources

Enrichment materials

1-9

 

5.  Ecology & Evolution

16 16

5.2 Greenhouse Effect (3) 

G.3 Impacts of Humans on Ecosystems (6)

 

 

G.2 Ecosystems and Biomes

 

5.1 Communities/Ecosystems (5)

G.1 Community ecology

 

5.3 Populations (2)

"Population" simulation;

5.5 Classification

 

Taylor's G 1 Community Ecology;

 

Taylor's G 2 Ecosystems & Biomes;

Taylor's G 3 Impact of Humans on Ecosystems;

Taylor's G 4 (HL) Conservation of Biodiversity;

Taylor's G 5 (HL) Population Ecology;

Population measurement (overview)

 

Quadrat sampling 

Kylie Reimer;

Elizabeth Jeon; 

Leon (a);

Leon (b) ;

Transect sampling

Kyung Cho;

Daniel Yoon (a);

Daniel Yoon (b);  

Simpson's Diversity

Eunice Ha;

Peter Baek;

David Joo; 

Lizzy Kim ;

Biotic Index

Jane Choi;

Matt Kim;

Michael Oh;

Lincoln Index

[PNAS sample paper using this technique ... in human's parasites]

Meena Huh

CJ Baek;

Steve Lee;

 

 

       

 

EVOLUTION

 

Intro - How agriculture changed plants to what we eat today; (selective breeding). This video shows how "selective breeding" can produce obvious changes in organisms over several generations.

 

Natural Selection (explained here on YouTube) is taught (by me) as:

  1. A population has genetic variation
  2. Genetic variation produces physical variation
  3. Some traits (phenotypes / physical variation) help owners survive; some phenotypes cause owners to die early.
  4. Organisms that survive can breed and pass on their genes.
  5. Over time, populations - not individuals - change to include more of the advantaged individuals (adaptation)

 

See HHMI video (1 of 3): The Making of a Theory

or NOVA's "What Darwin Never Knew" (First half is about general evolution; second half relates DNA to evolution.)

 

See HHMI video (2 of 3): The Origin of Species (Finches)

See HHMI video (3 of 3): The Origins of Species (Lizards)

 

See HHMI videos: Making of the Fittest

 

PRACTICAL

 

Bird Beak Competition lab

 

Galapagos Famous Beaks (NSTA)

 
10 - 18 4. Genetics 15 15

4.1 Chromosomes

4.2 Meiosis

10.1 Meiosis

5.4 Evolution

Read Darwin Bicentenary article;

4.3 Theoretical Genetics

10.2 Dihybrid Cross & Gene Linkage

10.3 Polygenic Inheritance

4.4 Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology

Nature: Mendel's principles;

• "Learn Genetics;"

• Dolan DNA interactive;

4.1 Sickle cell

4.2 Karyotype practice (internet);

4.3 Mendel's peas;

List of alleles in Mendel's peas;

 

Exam preparation (answers here)

Practice questions set;

Study guide practice (core): p 33

Study guide practice (HL); p 95

Meiosis practice (core); Tiger p 141

Inheritance practice (core); Tiger p 156

Advanced practice (HL); Tiger p 164 

Biotechnology practice (core); Tiger p 174

 

 

 

Student designed lessons by topic:

5.4 Natural Selection (Jane)

4.2 Meiosis

4.3 Theoretical Genetics

4.4 Biotechnology

10.1 Meiosis

10.2 Dihybrid Cross & Gene Linkage

10.3 Polygenes

    Christmas 2011   

19  6.1 Digestion 3 3

6.1 Digestion (assessment statements) 

 

6.1 lessons

i-Biology.net

  (view) presentation 6.1 

  (complete) TEB 6.1

Tiger 

  (read) p 212 - 218

  (complete) DBQ p 214 

Clegg

 (read) p 178 - 184 

Study Guide

  (read) p 47

Biozone 2009

  (complete) p 161, 175-182

6.1 Digestion

  •  
20 6.2 Transport 3 3 6.2 Transport System

i-Biology.net

  (view) i-Biology 6.2

  (complete) TEB 6.2

Tiger 

  (read) p 219-225

  (complete) DBQ p 220 

Clegg

 (read) p 184-193

Study Guide

  (read) p 48-49

Biozone 2009

  (complete) p 211-218 (omit #4)

 
  11.3 (AHL) Kidney    

Pearson "countercurrent" animation;

Sumanas kidney animation;

Madbiology kidney animation;

Lonestar kidney notes;

See short movies on:

•  Nephron function

  6.3 Defense against Infectious Disease 3 3  

i-Biology.net

  (view) i-Biology 6.3

  (complete) 

Tiger 

  (read) p 226-231

  (complete) DBQ  

Clegg

 (read) p 193-203

Study Guide

  (read) p 49-50

Biozone 2009

 

General immunity overview with images;

Ab function (details!);

 

 

How few genes produce infinite variety of Ab.

 

11.1.4 - Antibody production by Th cells

 

6.3.1 Explain antiobiotics .. 

  11.1 (AHL) Defense against Infectious Disease 4 4  

i-Biology.net

  (view) i-Biology 11.1

  (complete) TEB 6.2

Tiger 

  (read) p 232-237

  (complete) DBQ 236

Clegg

 (read) p 348-361

Study Guide

  (read) p 96-98

 

11.1.1 Describe blood clotting

  • animation  

11.1.2

  • animation  

11.1.3

  • animation  

11.1.4

  • animation  

11.1.5

  • animation  

11.1.6

  • animation  

11.1.7

  • animation  
 
       

6.4 Gas Exchange (ppt) (2h)

 

 
       

6.5 Nerves, Hormones & Homeostasis (ppt) (6)

 

 

i-Biology.net

  (view) i-Biology 6.3

  (complete) 

Tiger 

  (read) p 

  (complete) DBQ  

Clegg

 (read) p 

Study Guide

  (read) p 

Biozone 2009

 

6.5 Nerves, Hormones & Homeostasis;

Nerves -

 

Hormones -

 
Muscles

 

       

6.6 Reproduction (ppt) (3h)

 

6.6 Reproduction 

Female Reproductive Hormones (FRH)

 

 

 

 
 
     

 

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