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Date: October 20th Subject: Bio 20 Name: Jesslyn Alguire

Lesson Time: 65 min Unit: Human Systems


Chapter: Chapter 6 Digestion and Human Health Topic: Digestive System
Specific outcome(s):
Students will:
- 20-D1.1k identify the principal structures of the digestive and respiratory systems; i.e. mouth, esophagus,
stomach, sphincters, small and large intestines, liver, pancreas, gall bladder
- 20-D1.3k explain enzyme action and factors influencing their action; i.e., temperature, pH, substrate
concentration, feedback inhibition, competitive inhibition
- 20-D1.4k describe the chemical and physical processing of matter through the digestive system into the
circulatory system
Resources (e.g., materials for teacher and/or learner):
- PowerPoint - Student Fill in the Blank Notes - Digestion Chart
- Cup and Straw - Peristalsis Video

Focus: Students will examine the digestive tract.

Time Description of Activity Check for


(minutes) understanding
Start: 9:59 Introduction
10 min - Attendance Name Tents
- Hand out blank sheet of paper
15 min Review from Lab Proximity check to
- Draw notes on board and students will draw their own notes on make sure some form
the blank paper of notes is being taken
30 min Digestive System Ask discussion
- Will likely only get to the end of the stomach questions.
- Students have fill in the blank notes to follow
- Drinking Cup Demo Peristalsis Proximity check for
o One student hand stands while two others hold them up notes being completed.
o The upside down student will drink water from a cup and
straw held by another student Check in by asking
- Peristalsis Video (0:45
whole class

10 min Digestion Enzyme Chart


- Fill in mouth to stomach
- Can fill in by using their notes.

End: 11:04
Teacher reflection:
Did the review help the understanding of some students?
Was I able to slow down the amount of content?
References:
Alberta Education. (2007). Program of Studies: Biology 20-30. Received from:
http://www.learnalberta.ca/ProgramOfStudy.aspx?lang=en&ProgramId=864871#634597
Inquiry into Biology. (2007). McGraw-Hill Ryerson.
Video