Biology Lesson Plan 5g 15 June 2016

April 4, 2018 | Author: Tee Xin Rui | Category: Nervous System, Neuron, Neurotransmitter, Synapse, Spinal Cord
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LESSON PLAN Subject: Biology Teacher’s Name: Benjamin Tee Xin Rui Form: 5G Date: 15th June 2016/Wednesday Time: 11.55am – 12.30pm (35 minutes) Total students: 3 students Student’s Ability: Above Average Previous knowledge:  Student has finished studying from Form 4 syllabus and Form 5 Chapter 1-2 Topic: Coordination and Response Learning Objective: 3.2

Analysing the role of human nervous system

Learning outcomes: After the lesson, students are able to:  draw and label a diagram of a cross section of the spinal cord,  state the main functions of the spinal cord,  label the structure of an efferent neurone,  identify the type of the neurone from diagrams given,  state the function of each type of neurone,  state the mode of transmission of information along the neurone,  describe briefly the pathway of transmission of information from receptors to effectors  draw and label a simple diagram of a synapse,  describe the transmission of information across synapses  state the role of the synapse in transmission,  give examples of voluntary action  give examples of involuntary action,  outline the transmission of information in voluntary action,

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outline the transmission of information in involuntary action, draw a schematic diagram showing a reflex arc,  give examples of nervous system related diseases. Task: Students to do the exercises prepared by the teacher as part of homework Teaching aid: Power point slides, lesson note, exercises Assessment type: Students’ fill in the blanks provided by the teacher in lesson notes, homework completion Strategy: Teacher-centered Teaching method: Ausubel theory of comparative advance organizer Learning approaches: Meaningful learning Key concepts: Spinal cord, neurons, transmission of information along the neurone, synapse, voluntary and involuntary action, transmission of information in voluntary actions, transmission of information in involuntary actions: reflex actions

Step/ Time Induction Set ( 10 minutes)

Content Introduction

Learning Activity Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity 1. Teacher to check on 1. Student to submit corrections of their files on examination paper Biology right after made by students the class 2. Teacher to check on exercise given to the students

2. Student to complete the exercise and hand in for marking

Strategy/Method/Teaching Aid/Value/KBKK

Strategy: 


Method :  Cross-checking Teaching Aid :  Projector and Microsoft word Value : 

Lesson Development (90 minutes)

Learning outcomes (5 minutes)

1. Teacher to introduce the scope of the day

Honesty and learning from mistakes 1. Student to be briefed Strategy: on the topics and  Teacher-centred subtopics of the day Method:

2. Student to  Ausubel’s comparative distinguish the advanced organizer difference between Teaching aid: them and list out the  Lesson note compositions with  Projectors the aid of diagrams  exercises

3.2.4 Spinal cord

2. Teacher to compare the structure and functions between spinal cord and spinal nerve

3.2.5 Neurones

3. Teacher compare the differences between afferent, efferent and interneurons and the main functions of neurons.

3.2.6 Transmission of information along the neurone

4. Compare the diagrams when at rest, start of impulse transmission, and end of transmission.

4. Students can draw motor neurons and make distinct comparisons of the three types of neurons.

5. Identify the pathway of transmission of information

5. Students are able to identify the right and wrong pathway

6. Teacher shown the synapse and compare with neurotransmitter

6. Student able to identify the exact position of neurotransmitter and synapse in nerves

7. Compare and contrast voluntary

7. Student differentiate

3.2.7 Synapse

3.2.8 Voluntary and Involuntary Action

Value/skills: 3. Student can  Having critical and differentiate the analytical thinking neurons and draw  Making inferences the motor neurons


3.2.9 Diseases of the Nervous System

Closure (10 min)


and involuntary actions

examples, transmission process and roles of the two types of actions

8. Comparison between Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease

8. Student can find the similarities and differences between nervous system related-diseases

1. Teacher to provide links for students to revise and also exercises for reinforcement

1. Student can receive extra reference for further revision and lifelong learning

2. Teacher told the students that they will proceed with roles of hormones in humans next week

2. Students know what to be expected of next week and be learning ready

Strategy:  Teacher-centred Method:  Ausubel’s comparative advanced organizer Teaching aid:  Lesson note  Projectors  exercises Value/skills:  Being diligent and perseverance  Lifelong learning

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