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1 CTY Course Syllabus - Zoology Day 1: Monday Topics: Introductions/What is living? Introductions, Goals & Expectations, Course Objectives/Syllabus, Class Procedures, Pre-Assessment What is a living organism? What is an animal? Science Safety Meeting Microscope: Animal vs. Plant cells Review adaptations Activity: What is living? Microscope review: looking at algae and Daphnia under microscopes Beak of the Finch (BOTF) reading Day 2: Tuesday Topics: Animal Classification/ Invertebrates How are animals classified? Cladogram and Taxonomy Phylum: Porifera and Cnidaria Review today s phylum Creating Cladogram and Taxonomic Key Dissection of Sponge Pieces, sponge spicule observation, hydra observation Article reading about Sponge Cnidarian worksheet Poriferans, Cnidarians Day 3: Wednesday Topics: Invertebrates Phylum: Platyhelminthes & Nematoda Experimental design: Live Phylum: Nematoda Review today s phylum Planarian Observation Planarian observation & Regeneration Lab Lab write up instruction Lab write up Platyhelminthes, Nematoda

2 Day 4: Thursday Topics: Invertebrates Phylum: Mollusca Vocabulary Review Phylum: Mollusca Mollusca comparative dissection (Clam and Squid) Review today s phylum Lab write up Mollusca Day 5: Friday Topics: Invertebrates Phylum: Annelids Article discussion about Phylum: Annelids earthworms Earthworm dissection Annelids Sunday Study Hall Topics: Invertebrates Evening Arthropod evolution activity Article reading about horseshoe crabs Day 6: Monday Topics: Invertebrates Walk to bay to collect specimens Systems review Insect observation, choosing of experimental animal, brain storming experimental design Insect Diversity Web search Primary source back ground research Day 7: Tuesday Topics: Invertebrates Horseshoe Crab debate Insect Classification and Diversity Insect Collection, Insect Observation and Drawings, then

3 Review Phylum Arthropoda Insect Classification using dichotomous keys Primary source back ground research cont. Crayfish Dissection Day 8: Wednesday Topics: Invertebrates Self-Designed Experiments Practice Run of Experiments: Adjustments to Methodology Self-Designed Experiments Experiment Self-Designed Experiments Paper writing: Results and Discussion Section Day 9: Thursday Topics: Invertebrates / Intro to Vertebrates Phylum: Echinoderms Chordates Research Phylum: Echinoderms Review Phylum Echinoderm Why is it a sea star and not a starfish? Vocabulary Review Finalizing paper Echinoderm comparative observation, Sea Star Dissection : Echinoderm Day 10: Friday Topics: Vertebrates Phylum: Chordates Introduction Computer Lab Researching assigned vertebrate organism Vertebrates: Fish Shark Dissection Sunday Study Hall Topics: Vertebrates Evening Review Fish BOTF discussion : Fish Day 11: Monday Topics: Vertebrates Complete Vertebrate research

4 Vertebrates Presentation Amphibians and Reptiles Reptiles Review Reptiles and Amphibians Researching assigned vertebrate organism Research presentation Snake Dissection BOTF discussion : Amphibians, Reptiles Day 12: Tuesday Topics: Animal Adaptations and Observations Vertebrates Presentation: Birds and Mammals Review vertebrates and Zoo to Roger Williams Zoo to Roger Williams Zoo Research presentation : Birds, Mammals Day 13: Wednesday Topic: Phylum Chordates Vertebrates Presentation: / Presentation Mammals Vertebrates: Mammals Rat Dissection Review Review game Day 14: Thursday Topic: Zoology Review Animal diversity review activities Post-Assessment Course Material Wrap-up Making a Zoology Documentary Review Vocabulary Design Comic Strips Catch up on your life Day 15: Friday Topic: Closing Viewing of Zoology Documentary Parent Conferences

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