Cell Transport Honors

West Haven Public Schools

Unit Planning Organizer

Subject:  Biology - Honors

Grade:  9

Unit:  Cell Transport

Pacing:  2 Weeks

Essential Question(s):

How does the structure of the cell membrane affect cell transport?  (The structure of the cell membrane and its purpose in permeability)

Big Idea(s):

The structure of the cell membrane and its purpose in permeability

CT State Standards (includes West Haven’s “Priority” GLES’s in BOLD and “Supporting” Standards)

D. 30 Explain the role of the cell membrane in supporting cell functions

“Unwrapped” Concepts and Skills, and Bloom Levels (BL)

Concepts(Need to Know)

Skills(Able to Do)

BL

 

Cell Membrane Structure

 

Cell Membrane and Cell Functions

 

 

Identify

 

Relationship

 

3

 

4

 Assessments

Common Formative Pre- Assessment (Followed by Data Team Analysis):

See Attached

“Dipsticks” (Informal Progress Monitoring Checks):

See Attached

Common Formative Post- Assessment (Followed by Data Team Analysis):

See Attached

Instructional Planning

Suggested Resources/Materials:

Suggested Resources/Materials:

Student Textbook CD’s

Smart board

United Streaming

Power Point

Readings

Lab Equipment

Text/Notes/Handouts

Computer Lab

Library Resources

Suggested Research-based Effective Instructional Strategies:

Interactive use of technology

Graphic organization

Direct instruction

Cooperative group work

Hands on learning

Independent class work

Demonstrations

Student Presentations

Unit Activities:

Cell Transport Activities/Labs: Iodine Lab, Iodine Lab Report, Modified Traffic In and Out of Cells Lab,

 

Individual/Group Research Projects:

Vocabulary/Word Wall

Enrichment/Extension

Interdisciplinary Connections

Active Site

Active Transport

Concentration Gradient

Endocytosis

Energy

Exocytosis

Facilitated Diffusion

Fluid Mosaic

Hypertonic

Hypotonic

Isotonic

Osmoregulation

Osmosis

Passive Transport

Phagocytosis

Pinocytosis

Selective Permeability

Substrate

Iodine Lab

Modified Traffic In and Out of Cells Lab

Connection of Osmosis/Diffusion to current industrial/filtration/fishing techniques

Connection of Osmosis/Diffusion to human body filtration systems ex/excretory, urinary, etc.

Industry supply/demand and transport

Fishing ex/net size, TED devices, plankton nets

Filtration Sytems