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Syllabus level 6

  1. 1. “Today we are better than we were yesterday and tomorrow even better” SCIENCE SYLLABUS I. GENERAL INFORMATION: * YEAR : 2013 * HOURS PER WEEK : 6 HOURS * GRADE : LEVEL 6 * SECTIONS : A, B, C, D * TEACHERS : Gerty Guabloche, Lisseth Valenzuela II. RATIONALE : During this term, we will develop the structure of plants, microorganisms, all about Ecosystems. Students also learn about Biodiversity. We will discuss the importance of why to preserve the environment, the way of how living things are classified and the major organ systems in our bodies and how they work to be healthy. III. CAPACITIES - SKILLS TASK COMPRENHENSION SKILLS MENTAL PROCESSES METHODS Identifies Accurately determine the particular ways that an object or phenomena is showed, recording its main characteristics. - Recognize the given object or phenomenon through observation. - Select the main features of the given object or phenomenon. - Differentiate the elements identified in other elements. Identifies some characteristics of facts, processes and natural phenomena through direct or indirect observation, recognizing fundamental characteristics, by different techniques and strategies. Explains Organize information about a situation, recognizing relationships, development and possible effects. - Select information based on a target. - Organize the information according to a criterion (causes, consequences, etc.). - Apply the criteria adequately explanatory. - Check if the explanation is correct and consistent with what is intended. Explains some information, natural phenomena and processes through direct or indirect observation, recognizing important characteristics and strategies. Analyzes Action primarily intellectual property of human beings that involves recognition of elements of a whole, so that especially distinguishes and notes to each of them to thereby be able to get their properties and principles and thus know more of their nature, function, etc. The main goal is to know and understand more deeply something. - Disruption or separate parts of a whole thing to study them carefully, establishing relationships between them and determine the meaning of everything. - Useful to solve problems. Requires taking into account all the factors involved Analyzes of factual information, natural phenomena and processes through direct and indirect experiences and different strategies
  2. 2. CAPACIY: RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTATION SKILLS MENTAL PROCESSES METHODS Observe Expressed in a verbal or written way from a possible check a fact or phenomenon observed. - Observe the facts or phenomena observed. - Organize a coherent way facts or phenomena observed. - Extract the common features of facts or phenomena observed. - Develop a common rule or principle (hypothesis) of the facts or phenomena observed. - To test the hypothesis through experimentation. Observes the cell and many organisms; according to its structure Identify and Data Register Accurately determine the particular ways that an object or phenomena is showed, recording its main characteristics. - Recognize the given object or phenomenon through observation. - Select the main features of the given object or phenomenon. Differentiate the elements identified in other elements. Identifies some characteristics of facts, processes and natural phenomena through direct or indirect observation, recognizing fundamental characteristics, by different techniques and strategies. Conclude and explains Organize information about a situation, recognizing relationships, development and possible effects. - Select information based on a target. - Organize the information according to a criterion (causes, consequences, etc.). - Apply the criteria adequately explanatory. - Check if the explanation is correct and consistent with what is intended. Formulation of conclusion of the experiment .
  3. 3. IV. CONCEPT MAP LEARNING UNIT SECON D TERM UNIT I: Plants • Root, stem, leaves, flower, buds • Functions, Photosynthesis. UNIT II: Microorganisms • Kingdoms : Fungi, Moneran, protist. • Viruses • Decomposer • Louis Pasteur - How can the stems, leaves and flowers be used to identify them? - How can we preserve the environment? - How can people change the environment? UNIT V: Livig things in their environment • Key words in ecology • Food chains • Investigating a habitat • Adaptations UNIT VI: Classification and Variation • Comparing plant and animal kingdom • Vertebrate and Invertebrate animals. • Variation within species UNIT VII: Human BodySystem • Skeletal System • Cardiovascular System: • Respiratory System : • Digestive System : • Nervous System : • Excretory System : - What are Microorganisms? - What are the Kingdoms? - What are Genes and Variation? - What is Natural Selection? - What are the parts and functions of the Respiratory System? - What is the cardiovascular system? - How digestive system works? - What is the Neuron? - What is the central and peripheral Nervous System? - How the kidneys work. - What happens when urinary organs don´t work. UNIT VI: People and the Planet • The spread of people around the world. • Life in early machines. • Steam engines • Transport • People - How people spread around the world? - How people use technology in the environment?
  4. 4. V. EVALUATION: VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY : - Science Checkpoint 1, Hodder education, second edition 2011. - Science Human Body, Scott Foresman Glencoe Science, 2001. Process indicators Evaluation - Explains the parts of the plants. - Define classification and variation in a worksheet. - Identify Ecosystems and how can we preserve them. - Explains how digestive system works in our body. - Identify the functions of the Circulatory System pulmonary and systemic circulations systems in a worksheet. - Explains how oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged in the lungs and in tissues. - Explains the process of the excretory system in a worksheet. - Define the concept of nervous system recognizing the neuron. Area capacities Evaluation processes Task Comprehension (TC) LA OP TE HW Research and experimentation (RE) LB LR TE 1. CAPACTIES AND SKILLS: A. TASK COMPREHENSION: - Identify, Explain, Analize. B. RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTATION: - Observe, Identify and Data Register, Conclude 2. EVALUATION PROCESSES: 3.Evaluation is systematic, continuous and it will be based on evaluation rubrics, which contain the evaluation criteria. These assessment items will be delivered to students before an activity that is evaluated. Lesson assessment (LA) Oral participation (OP) Lab practices (LB Lab report (LR) Homework (HW) Term exam (TE)

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