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Teaching Objectives Biology

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Because of the „intensive phase“ some of the contents are being dealt with in year 2: “Plants, “Ecology”.

Man and Health – Core

Goals

  • Understanding form and function of the human body
  • Movement
    • Basics of movement and the systems involved
    • Connection between movement, health and well-being  should be realized
  • Sexuality
    • Basic terms

Contents

  • Breathing: Path of the air, Types of breathing
  • Circulation: Heart, vessels, blood: for transport, constituents red, white blood cells, plasma, serum
  • Nervous system: Functions of brain, spinal cord and nerves, sense organs
  • Digestion: What is in our food, Sections of the digestive system and their functions
  • Excretion: main organs (kidneys, bladder)
  • Skeleton: Bones
  • Musculature: Skeletal muscles, antagonistic principle
  • Sex organs, menstruation, fertilisation, pregnancy and birth, changes during puberty, sex education

Man and Health – Extended Areas

Goals

  • Life saving first aid measures
  • Leading a healthy life
  • Prevention of bad posture

Contents

  • Getting help
  • Securing the site
  • Positioning
  • Cntrolling air passages
  • How to stop bleeding
  • Healthy food
  • Correct sitting posture
  • Exercises
  • Sport
  • Training

Animals an Plants – Core

Goals

  • Getting to know animals and plants from our home country.
  • Apart from an emotional perspective students should be able to relate form/built to function.

Contents

  • Dogs/Cats: general differences, ways of movement and hunting, doglike and catlike animals
  • Hoofed animals: as domestic animals, herbivores and flight animals
  • Domestic animals: cattle as a ruminant; its importance for humans
  • Pig as an omnivore, Horse as an animal in sports
  • Chamois as an occupant of the alpine regions
  • Chicken: Characteristics of birds, Development
  • Plants: see year 2

Animals an Plants – Extended Areas

Goals

  • Taking responsibility when keeping pets
  • Understanding domestication
  • Reptiles
  • Following see also year 2
  • Amphibians
  • Fish (trout)

Contents

  • What you need for keeping pets
  • Ancestor of the dog: the wolf