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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Last edited on 5/13/00

Applied Biology and Chemistry
COURSE: 15614
Applied Biology and Chemistry
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
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  • Immunology
  • Health and Medical Information 
  • Team ProductDevelopment/Collaboraton
  • Preparing Oral Presentations, Posters
  • Writing Essays
  • DAH I
     

     

    CONTENT: Immunology: Immunilogy is based on the Innate rand Acquired imunity Students: recognize various cells, understand the physiology, etc.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will work as a team to build... and explain.. model of the central and peripheral compartments. Competency assessments:  group survey, report, model
  • Immunology
  • Health and Medical Information 
  • Careers
  • Team ProductDevelopment/Collaboraton
  • Preparing Oral Presentations, Posters,
  • Preparing Discussions,Debates,..  Essays
  • Writing Essays
  • DAH 2
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Immunology and Health Care Technology: infectious diseases, white blood cell and red blood cell morphology, DNA sequencing, treatment and health agencies.diagnostic techniques, health care technology, prevention methods, careers....
    PERFORMANCE: Students will explain a procedure or policy in the health care field.Students will discuss health care technology.
  • Bacteriology
  • Chemistry
  • Anthropological and Biological Sciences
  • Lab Report Form
  • Using Graphic Organizers
  • Research Projects
  • DASH 3
     

     

    CONTENT: Bacteriology Bacteriology is used to identify the results of using various antivacgerial agents and sanitizers:. Bacterial Morphology, pathologies, gram staining, etc. 
  • PERFORMANCE: In a lab report, compare and contrast anti-bacterial sanitizers.
  • Pharmacology
  • Health and Medical Information
  • Writing Essays
  • Preparing Oral Presentations, Posters,
  • DAH 4
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Pharmacology: The art of preparing and dispensing drugs.Science of drugs, including their composition, uses and effects. Common systems, apothecaries measures, dosage calculations, terminology, interpretation of prescriptions, metric system.
    PERFORMANCE: Explain solution to a problem. Students will be given a prescription, which they will interpret, and for which they will do all calculations.
  • Bioethics: Useful Resources
  • Health and Medical Information
  • Preparing Discussions,Debates,..  Essays
  • Team ProductDevelop../Collaboration
  • DAH 5
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Bioethics: understand moral and ethical foundations, 
    PERFORMANCE:Group case study analysis; design a case, construction of a moral and ethical argument; represent, communicate and defend a scientific argument.
  • Biochemistry
  • Anthropological and Biological Sciences
  • Team ProductDevelop../Collaboraton

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    DAH 6
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Biochemistry: UTlhe art of using simple chemical principles to examine the structure and reactivity of many biomolecules.understand  properties, reactions, roles or biomolecules, enzymes....understand organization of cellular activities;
    PERFORMANCE: studentswork as part of a group to build a model of the biomolecules.
  • History of DNA
  • Anthropological and Biological Sciences
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Team ProductDevelop..Collaboraton
  • Writing Essays
  • Preparing Oral Presentations, Posters,
  • DAH 7
     

     

    CONTENT: DNA: DNA is a master recipe for what you are: genetics, heredity, hereditary disease, mutant DNA, making a protein, splicing and dicing, fingerprinting, 
  • PERFORMANCE:Students will build a model of a protein and orally present its parts and functions to the group.
  • History of DNA
  • Health and Medical Information
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Research Projects
  • Using Note Cards for a Research Paper
  • Lab Report Form
  • DAH 8
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Forensic DNA Testing: The forensic DNA test compares the genetic material in biologic specimens from a  crime scene to that of a suspect. Extracting DNA, crime scene evidence, DNA fingerprinting, 
    PERFORMANCE: Students will be given a crime scene and evidence. They will solve the case using their understanding of forensics. Lab report using hair samples.
  • Genetic Enginnering , Cloning
  •  History of DNA
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Research Projects
  • Using Note Cards for a Research Paper
  • Sample Title Page and Outline
  • Lab Report Form
  • Using Graphic Organizers
  • Creating Graphic Organizers on a Computer
  • DAH 9
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Cloning: Cloning is often necessary to express your gene of interest in multiple expression systems in order to find the one that best meets your criteria for posttransational modifications, yield and functionality. Understand high performance protein separation; explain PCR cloning; etc....
    PERFORMANCE: Students will create a chart with the a step by  step  explanation of the cloning process.
  • Genetics/Evolution
  • History of DNA
  • Anthropological and Biological Sciences
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Team ProductDevelop..Collaboraton
  • Lab Report Form
  • Research Projects
  • DAH 10
     

     

    CONTENT: Genetics: Genetics is the study of heredity. dominant and recessive genes, codominance, genotype, phenotypes, population study, scientists see and manipulate DNA
    PERFORMANCE: Students will make a comparative analysis of population via a group project. End product will be a lab report using gel electrophoresis and diagrams of structures
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