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BLIA LESSON PLAN

SUBJECT Biology TEACHER Werner Allers TOPIC Gas exchange

DATE 18-22 / CLASS: Boys: 4 CONTEXT The gas exchange system.


AND 09/2017 AS Smoking and smoking-related
WEEK Girls: 5 diseases
Week 4

RESOURCES

Whiteboard and Laptop

Cambridge A2 and AS Biology Coursebook

BROAD LEARNING OBJECTIVES (To be shared with students)

- Learning outcomes as per CIE:

- [PA] describe the structure of the human gas exchange system, including the microscopic structure of
the walls of the trachea, bronchioles and alveoli with their associated blood vessels;

- [PA] describe the distribution of cartilage, ciliated epithelium, goblet cells and smooth muscle in the
trachea, bronchi and bronchioles;

- Describe the functions of cartilage, cilia, goblet cells, mucous glands, smooth muscle and elastic
fibres in the gas exchange system;

- Describe the process of gas exchange between air in the alveoli and the blood;

- Describe the effects of tar and carcinogens in tobacco smoke on the gas exchange system;

- Describe the signs and symptoms that enable diagnosis of lung cancer and chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD) (emphysema and chronic bronchitis);

- Describe the effects of nicotine and carbon monoxide on the cardiovascular system;

- Explain how tobacco smoking contributes to atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease (CHD);

- Evaluate the epidemiological and experimental evidence linking cigarette smoking to disease and
early death;

- Discuss the difficulties in achieving a balance between preventions and cure with reference to
coronary heart disease, coronary by-pass surgery and heart transplant surgery;

- Use the knowledge gained in this section in new situations or to solve related problems.

By the end of the lesson, all learners will

Have a basic understanding of the human gas exchange system

By the end of the lesson, most learners will

Have a basic understanding of the human gas exchange system together with associated diseases.

By the end of the lesson, some learners will (most able / those wishing to push themselves)

Have a basic understanding of the human gas exchange system together with associated diseases and be able
to link illness with defect.

Time (min.) Teacher and Student Activity Assessment


Starter - Introduction to gas exchange and smoking Questioning

Main lesson - Gas exchange Questioning and plenary

- Lungs activities throughout the lesson

- Alveoli

- Smoking and associated diseases

- Video: Effects of smoking

Plenary - Review of terminology

- Introduction to next topic on Infectious diseases

DIFFERENCIATING HOMEWORK

End of Chapter Questions

- p.195 - 197

CORE VOCABULARY

- Refer to presentation

BLACKBOARD WRITING

- Everything on PowerPoint which will be shared with students

TEACHER SELF-REFLECTION