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2016 by The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved No part of this. publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic. or mechanical including photocopy recording or any information storage or retrieval. system without permission in writing from the publisher. Teachers purchasing this Investigation Notebook as part of a kit may reproduce the book. herein in sufficient quantities for classroom use only and not for resale. These materials are based upon work partially supported by the National Science. Foundation under grant numbers ESI 0242733 ESI 0628272 and ESI 0822119. The Federal Government has certain rights in this material Any opinions findings and. conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author s. and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. These materials are based upon work partially supported by the Institute of Education. Sciences U S Department of Education through Grant R305A130610 to The Regents. of the University of California The opinions expressed are those of the authors and. do not represent views of the Institute or the U S Department of Education. Developed by the Learning Design Group at the University of California. Berkeley s Lawrence Hall of Science, Amplify Science Elementary is based on the Seeds of Science Roots of Reading. approach which is a collaboration between a science team led by Jacqueline Barber. and a literacy team led by P David Pearson, www scienceandliteracy org. 55 Washington Street Suite 800, Brooklyn NY 11201, 1 800 823 1969. www amplify com, Metabolism Making the Diagnosis, ISBN 978 1 942010 01 2. Table of Contents, Safety Guidelines for Science Investigations 1.
Metabolism Unit Overview 3, Chapter 1 Molecules Needed by the Cells. Chapter Overview 4, Lesson 1 2 Welcome to Medical School 5. Introducing the Metabolism Simulation 7, Homework Testing Diets in the Sim 8. Lesson 1 3 Evaluating Initial Claims About Elisa 9. Warm Up 10, Reading Molecules Cells Need 11, Modeling Molecules in a Healthy Cell 12. Evaluating New Evidence About Elisa 13 14, Evaluating Claims About Elisa 15.
Homework Exploring the Relative Scale of Molecules 16. Homework Check Your Understanding 17 18, Chapter 2 Body Systems. Chapter Overview 19, Lesson 2 1 Exploring the Classroom Body Systems Model 20. Warm Up 21, Classroom Body Systems Model 22, Homework Making Observations in the Sim 23 24. Lesson 2 2 Patient Stories Problems with Body Systems 25. Warm Up 26, Reading Patient Stories 27, Homework Using the Sim to Observe a Condition 28. Lesson 2 3 Learning More About a Condition 29, Warm Up 30.
Second Read of Patient Stories Articles 31, Modeling a Condition 32. Comparing Models to the Sim 33, Homework Ideas About Elisa s Condition 34. Homework Meet a Scientist Who Grows New Cells 35, Table of Contents continued. Lesson 2 4 Conducting Sim Tests 36, Warm Up 37, Making Comparisons with the Sim 38 41. Word Relationships Discussing Conditions 42, Homework Revising Inaccurate Models in the Modeling Tool 43.
Lesson 2 6 Playing Guess My Model 44, Warm Up 45, Playing the Guess My Model Game 46. Reflecting on the Guess My Model Game 47, Homework Reading About Other Body Systems 48. Lesson 2 7 Diagnosing Elisa 49, Warm Up 50, Analyzing Elisa s Test Results 51 52. Writing an Argument to Support a Diagnosis 53 54, Homework Revising Your Argument 55. Homework Check Your Understanding 56 57, Chapter 3 Cellular Respiration.
Chapter Overview 58, Lesson 3 1 Learning About Energy Release in the Body 59. Warm Up 60, Considering Claims About Energy Release 61. Gathering Evidence from Heart and Breath Rates 62, Gathering Evidence from the Sim 63. Revising Claims 64, Homework Running Tests Using the Sim 65 66. Lesson 3 2 Exploring Chemical Reactions 67, Warm Up 68.
Observing a Chemical Reaction 69, Observing Cellular Respiration in the Sim 70. Reflecting on Cellular Respiration 71, Homework Exploring Cellular Respiration 72. Lesson 3 3 Cellular Respiration Growth and Repair 73. Warm Up 74, Reading About Cellular Growth and Repair 75. Modeling Cellular Growth and Repair 76, Writing About Elisa 77. Homework The Big Climb 78, Table of Contents continued.
Lesson 3 4 Blood Doping Messing with Metabolism to Win Races 79. Warm Up 80, Reading Blood Doping 81, Homework Odd Organisms and How They Get the Molecules They Need 82. Lesson 3 5 Modeling Cellular Respiration in an Athlete s Body 83. Warm Up 84, Comparing a Healthy Body to an Athlete s Body 85. Modeling an Athlete s Body 86, Second Read Blood Doping 87 89. Modeling an Athlete Who Is Blood Doping 90, Homework Getting a High Cellular Respiration Rate in the Sim 91. Homework Check Your Understanding 92 93, Chapter 4 Metabolism and Athletic Performance.
Chapter Overview 94, Lesson 4 1 Going for Gold A Cycling Champion s Story 95. Warm Up 96, Introducing the Science Seminar Sequence 97. Blood Doping and High Altitude Training 98, Evaluating Example Evidence 99. Evaluating Evidence Cards 100, Lesson 4 2 Analyzing Evidence 101. Warm Up 102, Examining and Discussing Evidence About Jordan Jones s Race 103.
Testing Jordan Jones s Pre Race Meals with the Sim 104. Lesson 4 3 The Science Seminar 105, Warm Up 106, Preparing for the Science Seminar 107. Participating in the Science Seminar 108, Science Seminar Observations 109. Homework Writing a Final Argument 110 112, Homework Check Your Understanding 113. Metabolism Glossary 114 115, Safety Guidelines for Science Investigations. 1 Follow instructions Listen carefully to your teacher s instructions. Ask questions if you don t know what to do, on t taste things No tasting anything or putting it near your mouth unless your teacher says it.
is safe to do so, mell substances like a chemist When you smell a substance don t put your nose near it. Instead gently move the air from above the substance to your nose This is how chemists smell. substances, Protect your eyes Wear safety goggles if something wet could splash into your eyes if powder or. dust might get in your eyes or if something sharp could fly into your eyes. rotect your hands Wear gloves if you are working with materials or chemicals that could irritate. 6 Keep your hands away from your face Do not touch your face mouth ears eyes or nose while. working with chemicals plants or animals, Tell your teacher if you have allergies This will keep you safe and comfortable during science. e calm and careful Move carefully and slowly around the classroom Save your outdoor. behavior for recess, eport all spills accidents and injuries to your teacher Tell your teacher if something spills if. there is an accident or if someone gets injured, 10 Avoid anything that could cause a burn Allow your teacher to work with hot water or.
hot equipment, 11 Wash your hands after class Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly with soap and. water after handling plants animals or science materials. 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Metabolism Making the Diagnosis, Unit Overview, Welcome medical students You will be put to work right away to figure out what. the trillions of cells in the body need in order to keep a human body healthy and. able to function Right from the start you will be assigned a patient Elisa who is not. feeling well it will be your job after you learn more about how the body works to. diagnose what is wrong with your patient Along the way we will use the Metabolism. Simulation to help you get to know what all the cells and systems of your body need. to function and how the body works Finally we will also ask you to understand how. a professional athlete s body works so well that he or she can do things that most. people cannot do, Chapter 1 Molecules Needed by the Cells. Chapter Overview, Welcome to medical school Soon you ll meet your first patient Elisa In order to. help diagnose her condition you are going to become an expert on metabolism all. the things that occur inside our bodies to keep them functioning Along with your. fellow medical students you will be learning about the human body just as medical. professionals do through investigating reading writing and discussing With your. new knowledge you will be ready to explain what is going wrong inside Elisa s body. that is causing her to feel tired all the time, 4 Metabolism Chapter 1.
2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Lesson 1 2 Welcome to Medical School, Welcome to your first day of medical training Today you ll meet a patient Elisa and discuss. what might be causing her symptoms To get started working toward a diagnosis you ll use the. Metabolism Simulation to explore what happens inside a human body. Unit Question, How do the trillions of cells in the human body get what they need to function and what do. the cells do with the things they absorb, Chapter 1 Question. Why does Elisa feel tired all the time, Vocabulary. metabolism, Digital Tools, Metabolism Simulation Healthy Body.
Metabolism Lesson 1 2 5, 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Why do you think your new patient Elisa is feeling tired all the time Explain your ideas. 6 Metabolism Lesson 1 2 Activity 1, 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Introducing the Metabolism Simulation, 1 Launch the Metabolism Simulation. 2 Select HEALTHY BODY from the menu, 3 Select OBSERVE. 4 Explore with your partner, 5 Think about these questions.
How does the Simulation work, What do you notice, Keep observing the Metabolism Simulation but now focus on this question. What happens to the food and air that enter this healthy Simulation body. Consider the following question as you observe, Which molecules are entering the cell. Metabolism Lesson 1 2 Activity 2 7, 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Homework Testing Diets in the Sim, In this homework you will experiment with different diets in the Simulation to see how the diet. affects the number of molecules getting to the cells. 1 Launch the Metabolism Simulation, 2 Select HEALTHY BODY and then select TEST.
lan at least three different tests of the diet for the healthy body Record your plans in the Diet. Plan tables below, 4 Run your tests and record your results the number of molecules absorbed by the cells. How to Use Test Mode, Set up a pre planned diet by pressing on items under Add Food Source Then press play and. observe the Simulation The diet you selected is fed to the body automatically and the test. runs until the timer reaches 200 During the test you can observe the Sim in the Live View or. switch to the Graph View In the Graph View you can see the final results for Total Molecules. Absorbed by Cells which is the data you will record below. Note With some diets your Simulation body will run out of energy before you reach 200. seconds You ll need to reset and try a new diet, Healthy Body Diet Tests. Diet Plan 1 Results of Diet Plan 1, Number of molecules. Food Number of servings Molecule, absorbed by cells.
corn glucose, fish amino acids, sandwich oxygen, Diet Plan 2 Results of Diet Plan 2. Number of molecules, Food Number of servings Molecule. absorbed by cells, corn glucose, fish amino acids, sandwich oxygen. Diet Plan 3 Results of Diet Plan 3, Number of molecules. Food Number of servings Molecule, absorbed by cells.
corn glucose, fish amino acids, sandwich oxygen, 8 Metabolism Lesson 1 2 Activity 4. 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Lesson 1 3 Evaluating Initial Claims About Elisa, What s going on with Elisa Could it be something happening in her cells Today you will learn more. about the molecules that cells need to function in a healthy body Cells are everywhere in your body. and make up most of your living tissue for example your heart lungs skin and muscles are all. made of different types of cells When your cells don t get the molecules they need you can feel. sick and tired as Elisa does Today you will also get new evidence about Elisa the results from food. and sleep journals she kept You ll evaluate this evidence and decide whether it supports any of our. possible claims, Unit Question, How do the trillions of cells in the human body get what they need to function and what do. the cells do with the things they absorb, Chapter 1 Question. Why does Elisa feel tired all the time, Key Concept.
A functioning human body has molecules from food glucose and amino acids and molecules. from air oxygen in its cells, Vocabulary, cells glucose oxygen. claim metabolism, evidence molecules, Digital Tools. Metabolism Modeling Tool activities 1 3 Warm Up and 1 3 Molecules in a Cell. Metabolism Sorting Tool activity 1 3 Evaluating Evidence. Scale Tool, Metabolism Lesson 1 3 9, 2016 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved Permission granted to photocopy for classroom use. Chapter 3 Cellular Respiration Chapter Overview 58 Lesson 3 1 Learning About Energy Release in the Body 59 Warm Up 60 Considering Claims About Energy Release 61 Gathering Evidence from Heart and Breath Rates 62 Gathering Evidence from the Sim 63 Revising Claims 64 Homework Running Tests Using the Sim 65 66 Lesson 3 2 Exploring Chemical Reactions 67 Warm Up 68 Observing a Chemical

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