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Human Body Systems

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Transcript of Human Body Systems

Criteria A: Disciplinary Grounding
demonstrate relevant disciplinary factual, conceptual and/or procedural knowledge
Criteria B: Synthesizing
synthesize disciplinary knowledge to demonstrate interdisciplinary understanding
Criteria C: Communicating
use appropriate strategies to communicate interdisciplinary understanding effectively
document sources using recognized conventions
Criteria D: Reflecting
reflect on the development of their own interdisciplinary understanding
evaluate the benefits and limitations of disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge and ways of knowing in specific situations
Learning Goals
You will be learning about:
interdisciplinary learning and its benefits or downfalls
a human body system and how it works
healthy lifestyle plans
Learning Goals
Factual:
What are the structures and functions of the different body systems?
What lifestyle factors can influence health?
What is health plan?

Conceptual:
How is the structure of the body system related to its function?
How are lifestyle choices related to the body systems?
How do things work independently, yet work together?

Debatable:
How much does a lifestyle choice affect the body system?
Learning Goals
Assessments
A "diagnostic" assessment is used to find out how much you know already. In this diagnostic assessment you will need to answer questions, and, ask your family some questions, too. Because this assessment is to gather information, there is no rubric or grades. It will, however, be used to reflect on. Your reflection assessment will be graded.
Formative Assessment Self-assessment & Peer-assessment
As you know, you are going to be working in groups to create a display to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding. It is important to know what your role is within your group. How can you help? What are your responsibilities? How can you manage your time? All of these things are key to a successful group display. You have a chance to assess yourself and your group members.
Assessments

Formative Assessment
Throughout the unit, you will be assessed in a formative way. This will include a self-assessment and a peer-assessment. At the end of the unit, you will also use the information in your formative assessments to help you write your reflection.
Summative Assessment Performance Task
In your display, you will present your information in a creative way that supports your information and body system. Maybe you will have a video playing, maybe you create a brochure, maybe you have an experiment for the audience, or maybe you give an oral presentation. Your imagination is the only limit!
Summative Assessment Performance Task
For the summative assessment, you will be in groups. You will be assigned one of the human body systems. Your goal, using interdisciplinary learning, is to create a "Health Fair" display to educate other middle school students about what you learned. You will also share you healthy lifestyle plan that you have created to improve the health of your body system.
Learning Goals
Assessments
Assessments

Summative Assessment
Human Body Systems
An examination of our IDU assessments
IB Criteria
Essential Questions
Summary
How will you demonstrate
your understanding?
Diagnostic Assessment
Diagnostic Assessment Description
In this assessment, you will be given a paper with many short answer questions on it. Some questions are about health (PHE) and some are about the human body systems (science). If you do not know the answers, that is okay. Please take some time to make an educated guess. Remember, this is to find out your starting point, so even if you get all question "wrong" - that is still fine! What an easy assessment, right? Also, there are some questions that you need to ask your family. Write down their answers in English and add them to your paper.
Diagnostic Assessment Sample Questions
Here are some questions from the assessment to give you an idea of what you will need to answer.
1. List the parts that make up the digestive system.
2. What is the primary function of the tongue?
3. How do you think you keep your skeletal system healthy?
4. Ask your parents about how they try to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
5. To what extent does your family habits affect you?
Diagnostic Assessment
How does this help?
IB Criteria
Criteria A: Disciplinary Grounding
demonstrate relevant disciplinary factual, conceptual and/or procedural knowledge
Criteria D: Reflecting
reflect on the development of their own interdisciplinary understanding

Essential Questions
Factual
What are the structures and functions of the different body systems?
What lifestyle factors can influence health?
Formative Assessment Self-assessment & Peer-assessment
© COPYRIGHT 2007 Karen Franker
All Rights Reserved.
Updated: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
These assessments will be done 3 times during the unit.
March 12th
March 26th
April 9th
Formative Assessments
How does this help?
IB Criteria
Criteria C: Communicating
use appropriate strategies to communicate interdisciplinary understanding effectively
Criteria D: Reflecting
reflect on the development of their own interdisciplinary understanding
evaluate the benefits and limitations of disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge and ways of knowing in specific situations

Essential Questions
Conceptual
How do things work independently, yet work together?
Summative Assessment Performance Task
It is important that you remember the key points you need to present in your "Health Fair" display. Make sure to include:
detailed information about your body system (how it works, what it does, the parts of the system, etc.)
detailed information about your healthy lifestyle plan (how does it relate to your body system, how does if support a healthy body, what did you do, did it work or not etc.)
properly referenced sources in MLA format
something creative and interesting to get the audience to your display
Summative Assessment Performance Task
How does this help?
IB Criteria
Criteria A: Disciplinary Grounding
demonstrate relevant disciplinary factual, conceptual and/or procedural knowledge
Criteria B: Synthesizing
synthesize disciplinary knowledge to demonstrate interdisciplinary understanding
Criteria C: Communicating
use appropriate strategies to communicate interdisciplinary understanding effectively
document sources using recognized conventions

Essential Questions
Factual:
What are the structures and functions of the different body systems?
What lifestyle factors can influence health?
What is health plan?
Conceptual:
How is the structure of the body system related to its function?
How are lifestyle choices related to the body systems?
How do things work independently, yet work together?
Debatable:
How much does a lifestyle choice affect the body system?
Reflection Assessment
In your written reflection, you are going to write about the entire interdisciplinary unit. Your writing prompts for this reflection could be:
how does interdisciplinary learning help you understand each subject better (science & PHE)
what are the benefits and downfalls of interdisciplinary learning
how well did your group work together
what would you differently in the group work next time
what did you learn about the human body system
what did you learn about healthy lifestyles
how much does a healthy lifestyle affect your health
why do I think I learned during this unit
how do I know I learned in this unit
Reflection Assessment
How does this help?
IB Criteria
Criteria D: Reflecting
reflect on the development of their own interdisciplinary understanding
evaluate the benefits and limitations of disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge and ways of knowing in specific situations
Summative Assessment Performance Task
Reflection Assessment
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