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3 1 Water and Elements

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DP year 1

Essential Question: 

In what ways do "parts" affect the structure and function of the "whole"?

Interdisciplinary / TOK links:         

How are "organizations" affected by their members?              

Learning Objectives:

3.1 - 3.5 (see DP Biology Subject)

 

DATE DAY OBJECTIVES & GOALS
METHOD LESSON / PRACTICAL ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES
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3.1 Chemical elements & water

 

Lecture
1. Overview of topics before exam (dates are set for chapter & final test)
2. Overview of elements & water chemistry (all of 3.1)
a) Students write out (or type) 3.1 assessment statements
b) Make complete answers to all 3.1 assessment statements

Taylor's "Water;"

water polarity;

water properties;

 

SG (core) 13-14

10/25
2  3.2 Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins
Lecture

Check:  State 5 elements common in living things, other than CHON and their functions.

 

Learn:  Diagram: water, glycerol, fatty acids, nucleic acids, amino acids, ribose, glucose

 

Practice: Students draw each molecules on a page to hand in.

a) On one large index card, students draw:

b) Students make study notes from assessment statements 3.2 (this means "copy statements and make exemplar answers")

Taylor's Carbohydrates;

 

Clegg 37-52;

SG (core) 14-16;

SG (HL) 66-68

             
             
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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