Trip to the Zoo: Day 11
TOPIC/SUBJECT AREA: A trip to the local zoo to practice and put together all the different systems and traits that we have been learning about animals.
GRADE LEVEL: 5th grade
DURATION OF LESSON: One whole school day
• L.OL.05.41 Identify the general purpose of selected animal systems (digestive, circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, nervous, excretory, and reproductive).
• L.HE.05.12 Distinguish between inherited and acquired traits.
• L.EV.05.11 Explain how behavioral characteristics (adaptation, instinct, learning, habit) of animals help them survive in their environment.
• S.RS.05.15 Demonstrate scientific concepts through various illustrations, performances, models, exhibits, and activities.
1. The student will summarize the digestive system as the system that absorbs the nutrients from food that is consumed in an animals’ body and helps to eliminate unwanted materials from the body. (L.OL.05.41) 2. The student will identify three different types of the digestive system as avian, ruminant, and monogastric. (L.OL.05.41) 3. The student will characterize poultry and other birds as having the avian digestive system. (L.OL.05.41) 4. The student will characterize the monogastric system has having one simple stomach. (L.OL.05.41) 5. The student will characterize the ruminant digestive system has a large stomach divided into four compartments that are: abomasum, omasum, reticulum, and rumen. (L.OL.05.41) 6. The student will describe the respiratory system as the system that takes oxygen into the body from the atmosphere and releases carbon dioxide from the body back into the environment. (L.OL.05.41) 7. The student will recognize that birds have a respiratory system that has lungs that have an opening at one end to allow new air to enter and an opening at the other end to allow used air to exit the lungs. (L.OL.05.41) 8. The student will be able to recognize that mammals are warm-blooded and have a respiratory system that includes two sponge-like lungs that can pick up lots of air at one time. (L.OL.05.41) 9. The student will be able to recognize that fish have a respiratory system that includes gills that help oxygen flow into the fish’s blood. (L.OL.05.41) 10. The student will be able to recognize that reptiles have hollow lungs for their respiratory system and breathe air in and out by moving their throat or ribs. (L.OL.05.41) 11. The student will be able to recognize that amphibians have a respiratory system that allows them to breathe through lungs, skin and gills. (L.OL.05.41) 12. The student will define the skeletal system as protection for the organs inside an animal’s body and support for the movement of the animal. (L.OL.05.41) 13. The student will explain that organisms such as insects and crustaceans have skeletal systems on the outside of their bodies called exoskeletons made of hard plates. (L.OL.05.41) 14. The student will explain that organisms such as mammals have skeletal systems on the inside of their bodies called endoskeletons are made up of bones. (L.OL.05.41) 15. The student will be able to explain that internal reproduction for animals is when the female animal produces a live young that developed inside of her. (L.OL.05.41) 16. The student will be able to explain that external reproduction for animals is when baby animals develop inside an egg. (L.OL.05.41) 17. The student will define traits as behaviors, qualities, features, or other characteristics that distinguish organisms from one another. (L.HE.05.12) 18. The student will define inherited traits as traits that are passed down from parents or ancestors. (L.HE.05.12) 19. The student will give examples of inherited traits as physical traits such as eye color, height, and fur color. (L.HE.05.12) 20. The student will define acquired (or learned) traits that are obtained from an...
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