TFSD Unwrapped Standard 3rd Math Algebra sample

TFSD Unwrapped Standard
Grade 10 - Biology
Power Standard (s) Reference: Standard 9- Classification
State Standard:
Goal 1.1: Understand Systems, Order, and Organization
9-10.B.1.1.1 Explain the scientific meaning of system, order, and organization.
9-10.B.1.1.2 Apply the concepts of order and organization to a given system.
Goal 1.2: Understand Concepts and Processes of Evidence, Models, and Explanation
9-10.B.1.2.1 Use observations and data as evidence on which to base scientific
9-10.B.1.2.2 Develop models to explain concepts or systems.
9-10.B.1.2.3 Develop scientific explanations based on knowledge, logic and analysis.
Goal 1.4: Understand the Theory that Evolution is a Process that Relates to the Gradual
Changes in the Universe and of Equilibrium as a Physical State
Reference to 7.S.3.2.1
Goal 1.5: Understand Concepts of Form and Function
Goal 1.6: Understand Scientific Inquiry and Develop Critical Thinking Skills
9-10.B.1.6.1 Identify questions and concepts that guide scientific investigations.
9-10.B.1.6.2 Utilize the components of scientific problem solving to design, conduct, and
communicate results of investigations.
Goal 1.8: Understand Technical Communication
9-10.B.1.8.1 Analyze technical writing, graphs, charts, and diagrams.
National Standard
C.3.e Biological classifications are based on how organisms are related.
District Standard:
TFSD Power Standard:
Students will use classification systems to compare and contrast living organisms.
Concepts: Need to know about (Nouns)
 Taxonomy
 Binomial Nomenclature
 Carolus Linnaeus
 Linnaeus’s System of Classification
 Evolutionary relationships.
 Evolutionary Classification
 Classification Using Cladograms
 Similarities in DNA and RNA
 Domain Bacteria
 Domain Archaea
 Domain Eukarya
Skills: Be able to do (Verb Phrases)
Explain how living things are organized for study.
Describe binomial nomenclature.
Explain Linnaeus’s system of classification.
Explain how evolutionary relationships are important in classification.
Identify the principle behind cladistic analysis.
Explain how we can compare very dissimilar organisms.
Name the six kingdoms of life as they are now identified.
Describe the three-domain system of classification
Identifying Big Ideas from Unwrapped Standards:
1. Classification is essential in understanding relationships between living things.
2. Scientists have developed techniques, including analysis of DNA and proteins, and
morphology to classify living things
Essential Questions from Big Ideas to Guide Instruction and Assessment:
1. Why is classification important to society?
2. What techniques are used to classify living things?
Possible Topics or Context: (what you will use to teach the concepts and skills-particular
unit, lessons or activities)
- Discuss requirements for survival. How have sharks, horsetails, crocodiles, etc.
been able to survive the past 100 million years? Students provide examples of
other types of survival (sports, empires, etc.).
Formative Assessment
- Students use keys, tables, and analysis of dissections to compare various living
- Dichotomous Key
- Classification Scheme Lab
- Animal Diversity Lab