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THINKING SKILLS : INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Revised on   Aug. 19, 2000

 INTRO TO COLLEGE TECH SCIENCE 
COURSE: 15102
 INTRO TO COLLEGE TECH SCIENCE 
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE
OBJECTIVES
Keeley Library Resources : Click on the Internet Links in the First Column on the Left.
Matter of Life LE 10 
  • Cell Structure and Function 
  • Design Team/ProjectDevelopment 

  • Presentations, Posters, etc.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    BH1



     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    CONTENT:  Parts and Functions of a Cell  Cellular function is based on the  cellular organelles, eg.,cell membrane,  mitochondria, nucleus, ribosomes, and  chloroplasts, etc.Students explore the parts within the cell that play a role in metabolic processes. Students determine that biomolecules join together to form cell structures. Students compare the structure of prokaryotic cells and  eurkaryotic cells and determine that different structures in each perform similar functions . 
    PERFORMANCE: Oral Presentation, Cell Model : Students will work as part of a group to build a model of a cell out of materials they choose, and make a group presentation to the class.
    Matter of Life    LE 3, 4, 5, 6, 9
    Traits and Fates   LE 1, 2, 3, 5
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • History of DNA
  • Anthropological & Biological Sciences  
  • Design Team/ProjectDevelopment 
  • BH2






     

    CONTENT: The Structure and Function of DNA and Protein Synthesis: Life processes in the cell are based on molecular interaction. 
    PERFORMANCE: Model of DNA and Protein:  Students will work as part of a group to build a DNA model. the protein synthesized and any visible mutation. 
    Matter of Life LE 11
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • History of DNA
  • Extracting Information, Summarizing
  • Anthropological & Biological Sciences 
  • Using Graphic Organizers   & Creating Graphic Organizers on a Computer
  • BH3







     

    CONTENT: Meiosis VS. Mitosis: Cells divide through mitosis or meiosis. Mitosis is required for growth of the organism, while  meiosis produces sex cells. 
    PERFORMANCE: Drawing of Stages of Meiosis and Mitosis, Summary of Stages of Mitosis and Meiosis Students will diagram, label, and summarize stages of meiosis and mitosis
    Traits and Fates LE 1,2,3,
  • History of DNA
  • Genetics and Heredity

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    BH4



     
     
     

    CONTENT: The Structure of a Chromosome Each  chromosome is made of DNA. The part of the DNA that codes for a protein is called the DNA. 
    PERFORMANCE: Model of a Chromosome. Students will work in groups to build a model of a chromosome
    Traits and Fates LE 7, 8
  • History of DNA
  • Genetics and Heredity
  • Anthropological & Biological Sciences 
  • See Biology Encyclopedias

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    BH5



     
     
     
     
     

    CONTENT: DNA/Genetics/Phenotypes and Genotypes The inheritance of genes from two parents allows the inheritance of sex linked, dominant or recessive traits. Some traits are the  result of the interaction of several genes. 
    PERFORMANCE:  End Product- Punnet Squares and Pedigrees
    Students will work individually to develop Punnet Squares and pedigrees. 
    Traits and Fates LE 4,9
  • History of DNA
  • Genetics and Heredity
  • Evolution
  • Biosphere, Ecology
  • Biomes, Biodiversity
  • BH6



     
     
     
     

    CONTENT: Mutations and Environment  DNA change might result in an altered gene that can be passed on  to offspring Genetic variation is preserved or eliminated  from  a population through natural selection. 
    PERFORMANCE
    Students work in groups or individually  synthesizing protein and mutations, using transcription and translating
    Traits and Fates LE 4, 10
    Matter of Life LE 9
  • History of DNA
  • Evolution
  • Genetics and Heredity
  • Biosphere, Ecology
  • Biomes, Biodiversity
  • BH7






     

    CONTENT: Evolution The millions of different species of plants, animals, and microorganisms that live on earth today are related by descent from a common ancestor. 
    PERFORMANCE: Summary/essay of evolution video.  Examine DNA sequences to relate various organisms to each other and a common ancestor.

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