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Teacher Candidate's Name: Kate Blodgett

Cooperating Teachers Name: Beth Baker

Lesson Plan Template: Backward Planning

Learning Outcomes Assessment of Learning Instructional Plan
Unit Title:

Cell Reproduction

Grade/Level: 9

Lesson Title: Mitosis

Date of Lesson:


Subject Area: Pre-AP Biology

Length of lesson: 50 min

CCSS for ELA/Math

Alignment to

(or MLR and/or Next Gen Science for other content areas)

Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and

differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms. [Assessment
Boundary: Assessment does not include specific gene control mechanisms or rote
memorization of the steps of mitosis.]

Essential Question(s)
Why do humans need the cell cycle?
What is the outcome of mitosis?
What happens if there is an error in mitosis?

Objectives and Assessments


Objective(s) (Number each objective.)

Assessment(s) for Each Objective (In

parentheses, mark each I for informal
or F for formal.)

Comprehend the stages of Mitosis

Identify cells in different stages of the cell cycle under a microscope

Hypothesize and explain how cell size affects uptake of nutrients

(relate to demo)

Necessary Prior Knowledge/Skills (Describe where/when/how each has been learned.):

Overview of cell cycle (1,2)
Knowledge of surface area to volume ratio (3)


Instructional Components
What Teacher Does
Demo- sets up agar cubes in Phenylthaline

What Students Do

Help with setup, Hypothesize outcome.

Lecture stages of Mitosis- PMAT

Observe results and relate to hypothesis and cell

Obtain results of Agar demo (after being size
in solution 20 min)

Onion Root Lab

Look at slides of onion cells and document how

much time is spent in each phase.

Links to Technology:

Materials and Supplies:

Agar cubes, phenylthaline, petri dish, tongs, paper towels, microscopes, onion root slides, lab packet

Maine Common Core Teaching Standards (MCCTS) (Check those that are part of this lesson.):
Check only those that are part of the lesson plan, not those that are part of lesson implementation.
The Learner and Learning

Instructional Practices

S1 Learner Development
S2 Learning Differences

S7 Planning for Instruction

S3 Learning Environments

S8 Instructional Strategies


S6 Assessment

Professional Responsibility

S4 Content Knowledge

S9 Professional Learning and Ethical


S5 Application of Content

S10 Leadership and Collaboration


S11 ISTE Standards.T

Reflection about teaching of lesson: (What went well? What would you change and why? What evidence do you have that
students learned?)