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Anoka Hennepin K-12 Curriculum Unit Plan
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Social Studies
Department
Unit #
2
Psychology l
Course
Unit Title
Program Understanding(s) (Addressed)
The Brain
2006-07
Written
Grade Level
Number of Lessons/Days
11/12
8-12
DESIRED RESULTS (STAGE 1)
VIII. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY
Standard(s) State and Technology (Addressed)
205.1, 205.2, 206.1, 206.2, 207.1, 207.2, 207.3, 208.1, 209.1
Course Understandings/ELOʼs (Addressed)
2. Students will understand that there are brain functions, structures and communication systems.
Overarching Understanding(s) from Curriculum Map/Course Understandings
Essential Questions(s) from Curriculum Map/Course Essential Questions:
Student will understand that...
To underrstand, student will need to consider such questions as...
The organization of the nervous system
The structure and function of the endocrine system
The structure and function of the brain
Technologies and methods for studying the brain
How does the brain work?
How do we study and understand the brain?
How does the brain communicate with the body?
What does a neuron do?
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Anoka Hennepin K-12 Curriculum Unit Plan
Written
2006-07
DESIRED RESULTS (STAGE 1 Continued)
To understand, students will need to KNOW...
KNOWLEDGE - Targets
Neuron
frontal lobe
Synapse
temporal lobe
Dendrite
parietal lobe
Axon
occipital lobe
Axon terminal
corpus callosum
Neurotransmitter
Acetylcholine
The parts and functions of the brain
dopamine
serotonin
The parts and functions of the endocrine system
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
The Difference between the two hemispheres
somatic nervous system
autonomic nervous system
The structure of the nervous system
hormone
limbic system
How neurons communicate
To understand, students will need to DO...
REASONING
Discussing how internal and external stimuli initiate
the communication process in the neuron
Contrasting excitatory and inhibitory transmission
Comparing the functions of the somatic and autonomic
nervous systems
Summarizing the functions of the major brain regions
Relating examples of research on cortical functioning
Analyzing critically popular conceptions of
hemispheric specialization
Common Misunderstanding(s)
SKILL
Using diagrams, models, and/or computer programs to
identify the structure and function of different parts of a
neuron
Identify and explain the functions of a neuron
Explain the process of neurotransmission
Identify the divisions of the nervous system
Identify the functions of the endocrine system
Identify the lower and cerebral cortex brain structures
and their functions
Understand the functions of the left and right
hemispheres
PRODUCT