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MR. AUSTIN’S SCIENCE UPDATED PACING GUIDES (ANATOMY AND CHEMISTRY)

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY UPDATED PACING GUIDE March-May 2019

TIMELINE BY WEEKS

TOPICS/UNITS

SCIENCE STANDARDS (ACOS)

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

4-8 March

Digestive System and Nutrition

Unit 5 Absorption and Excretion

Obj. 8,8a

 

11-15 March

Urinary System

Unit 5 Absorption and Excretion (Kidney Dissection)

Obj. 8,8a

Obj. 11, 11a

18-22 March

Urinary System

Unit 5 Absorption and Excretion

Obj. 8,8a

Obj. 11, 11a

22-29 March

Spring Break

 

1-5 April

Cardiovascular System

Unit 4 Transport

Obj. 7,7a,7b

8-12 April

Lymphatic System and Immunity

Unit 4 Transportation

Obj. 12,12a,12b

15-18 April

Lymphatic System and Immunity

Unit 4 Transportation

Obj. 12,12a,12b

22-26 April

Reproductive System

Unit 6 The Human Cycle

Obj. 10,10a

1-3 May

Reproductive System (Students Presentations

Projects)

Unit 6 The Human Cycle

Obj. 10,10a

6-10 May

Exam Review/Exams

All objectives reviewed

13- 17 May

Exam Review/Exams

All objectives reviewed

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY UPDATED PACING GUIDE March-May 2019

TIMELINE BY WEEKS

TOPICS/UNITS

Laying the Foundation (LTF)

SCIENCE STANDARDS (ACOS)

E-3 SCIENCE (A+ COLLEGE READY)

4-8 March

Unit 6 States of Matter

1.       How Sublime

2.       Heating Curve

 

ACOS 7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

11-15 March

Unit 6 States of Matter

3.       Pressure-Temperature Relationships in Gases

4.       Charles Law

5.       Gas Systems

 

ACOS 7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

18-22 March

Unit 6 States of Matter

6.       Charles Law

7.       Gas Systems

8.       Air Bags

9.       Boyle’s Law

ACOS 7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

22-29 March

Spring Break

 

1-5 April

Unit 7 Solutions

1.       Solutions

2.       Preparing Solutions

3.       Conductivity of Ionic Solutions

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

8-12 April

Unit 7 Solutions

4.       Solutions

5.       Preparing Solutions

6.       Conductivity of Ionic Solutions

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

15-18 April

Unit 7 Solutions

7.       Solutions

8.       Preparing Solutions

9.       Conductivity of Ionic Solutions

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

22-26 April

Reproductive System

Unit 6 The Human Cycle

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

1-3 May

Unit 8 Acids, Bases, and Buffers

1.       pHundamental

2.       Titrations

3.       Testing the Water

4.       Disturbing Equilibrium

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

6-10 May

Unit 8 Acids, Bases, and Buffers

5.       pHundamental

6.       Titrations

7.       Testing the Water

8.       Disturbing Equilibrium

ACOS-8,7,7a,7b,10,10a,5,5a,5b,9

13- 17 May

Exam Review/Exams

All objectives reviewed

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY SYLLAB

Mr. Austin Room D-119

 

WEEK

CHAPTER(S)

TOPIC

1-2

 

Lab Safety

Lab:  Bunsen Burner

3-4

1

Introduction to Chemistry

Labs:  Mini-Density lab

           Analyzing & Identifying White Solids

5-6

2

Data Analysis

Labs:  Accuracy & Precision

          Density of a Liquid

7-8

3

Matter:  Properties & Changes

Labs:  Chemical and Physical Changes

           Fractional Distillation

9-11

4 - 7

The Structure of the Atom,

Electrons in Atoms, The Periodic Table and Periodic Law, The Elements

Lab:  Intro. To digital Spectrophotometry 20D

Lab:  Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloid?

12-13

8

Ionic Compounds

Lab:  Making a Salt

14-15

9

Covalent Bonding

Labs:  Synthesis of Acetylsalicylic Acid

           Mel-tamp

16-17

10

Chemical Reactions

Labs:  Determining Chemical Formulas

           Single- & Double- Displacement

18

Exam

Review/Take Exam

19-20

11

The Mole

Labs:  Analyzing a Hydrate

           % Composition of  Popcorn

21-23

12

Stoichiometry

Labs:  Can You Make a Compound?

           Mole Rockets

24-25

13 & 14

States of Matter, and Gases

Lab:  Microanalysis of Vitamin C

         Behavior of Gases

26-28

15

Solutions

Labs:  Solubility of KNO3

29

16

Energy and Chemical Change

Lab:  TBA

30

17

Reaction Rates

Lab:  TBA

31-33

19

Acids and Bases

Labs:  pH titration lab

           “Upset Tummy?”

34-35

25

Nuclear Chemistry

Labs:  Intro. To Radioactivity

           Half-life of Barium

36

 

Final Exam

 

 

 Anatomy Syllabus 

Mr. Austin, Room D-119

 

COS

WEEK

TOPIC

DESCRIPTION

 

B .1.1

B.1.2

1-2

Lab Safety/microscopes

Lab safety, scientific method, measurement, lab equipment.

 

HAP 1

3-4

Organ systems/terminology

Hierarchy of an organism, anatomical terminology

 

HAP 1

5-6

Body cavities

Abdominal, pelvic, sagittal, frontal dorsal, ventral

 

HAP 2

7-9

Cells

Squamous, cuboidal, columnar, simple, stratified

 

HAP 2

10-11

Tissues

Connective, muscular, epithelial

 

HAP 3

12-13

Integumentary System

Accessory organs, diseases, melanoma, psoriasis

 

HAP 6

14-15

Nervous System

Brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, diseases

 

HAP 4

16-17

Skeletal System

Bones and joints, bone types

 

 

18

EXAM

9 week review and exam

 

HAP 5

19-20

Muscular System

Types of muscles, movements, disorders

 

HAP 9

21-22

Respiratory System

Organs, O2-CO2, diseases

 

HAP 8

23-24

Digestive System

GI tract, digestive organs, diseases

 

HAP 7

25-26

Cardiovascular System

Function, blood, diseases

 

HAP 11

27-28

Urinary System

Organs, blood filtering, diseases

 

HAP 10

29-30

Reproductive System

Organs, pregnancy, diseases

 

HAP 13

31-32

Endocrine Glands

Hypothalamus, pituitary

 

HAP 12

33-34

Immune System

Function, lymphocytes, macrophages, vaccines, immunity, disorders

 

HAP 1

35

Diet/Health/Hygiene

Diet, exercise, sanitation help/hinder human body