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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED SUBJECT
Grade: Grade 11/12 Quarters: 3rd to 4th Quarter
Subject Title: Biology 2* No. of Hours: 40 hours/10 Weeks per Quarter
Subject Description: This subject is designed to enhance the understanding of the principles and concepts in the study of biology, particularly heredity and variation, and
the diversity of living organisms, their structure, function, and evolution.
CONTENT SCIENCE
CONTENT PERFORMANCE STANDARD LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
The learners The learners:
demonstrate an
understanding of: 1. compare and contrast the following 1. Model, Human
processes in plants and animals: Skeleton
reproduction, development, nutrition, gas STEM_BIO11/12
1. Plant and Animal
The learners shall be able to: exchange, transport/circulation, regulation -IVa-h-1
Organ Systems 2. Model, Human
and their of body fluids, chemical and nervous Torso
Organism Functions develop a presentation (e.g. role- control, immune systems, and sensory
playing, dramatization and other and motor mechanisms
al
forms of multimedia) to show how
Biology 2. explain how some organisms maintain
an organism maintains homeostasis STEM_BIO11/12
steady internal conditions that possess
through the interaction of the -IVi-j-2
various structures and processes
various organ systems in the body
2. Feedback 3. describe examples of homeostasis (e.g.,
Mechanisms temperature regulation, osmotic balance
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and glucose levels) and the major
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features of feedback loops that produce
such homeostasis
1. make a pedigree analysis in the 1. predict genotypes and phenotypes of
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learner’s family using a simple parents and offspring using the laws of
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genetic trait inheritance
2. make a research paper/case STEM_BIO11/12
1. Mendel’s Laws of 2. explain sex linkage and recombination
study/poster on genetic -IIIa-b-2
Inheritance
diseases
2. Sex Linkage 3. describe modifications to Mendel’s classic
Genetics 3. make a diagram (e.g., STEM_BIO11/12
3. Central Dogma of ratios (gene interaction)
pictogram, poster) showing the -IIIa-b-3
Molecular Biology
evolution of a domesticated
4. Recombinant
crop
DNA 4. illustrate the molecular structure of DNA,
4. differentiate the 3-Domain STEM_BIO11/12
Scheme from the 5-Kingdom RNA, and proteins -IIIa-b-4
Scheme of classification of living
things
CONTENT PERFORMANCE SCIENCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD EQUIPMENT
5. diagram the steps in DNA replication and protein STEM_BIO11/12-
synthesis IIIa-b-5
6. outline the processes involved in genetic STEM_BIO11/12-
engineering IIIa-b-6
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7. discuss the applications of recombinant DNA
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1. describe general features of the history of life on
Earth, including generally accepted dates and
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sequence of the geologic time scale and
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characteristics of major groups of organisms
present during these time periods
2. explain the mechanisms that produce change in
populations from generation to generation (e.g., STEM_BIO11/12-
Relevance, artificial selection, natural selection, genetic drift, IIIc-g-9
Evolution Mechanisms, mutation, recombination)
and Origin of Evidence/Bases, 3. show patterns of descent with modification from
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Biodiversity and Theories of common ancestors to produce the organismal
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Evolution diversity observed today
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4. trace the development of evolutionary thought
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5. explain evidences of evolution (e.g.,
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biogeography, fossil record, DNA/protein
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sequences, homology, and embryology)
6. infer evolutionary relationships among organisms STEM_BIO11/12-
using the evidence of evolution IIIc-g-13
1. explain how the structural and developmental
Basic Taxonomic STEM_BIO11/12IIIh-
characteristics and relatedness of DNA sequences
Concepts and are used in classifying living things j-14
Systematics
Principles,
Based on 2. identify the unique/distinctive characteristics of a STEM_BIO11/12IIIh-
Description,
Evolutionary specific taxon relative to other taxa j-15
Nomenclature,
Relationships 3. describe species diversity and cladistics, including
Identification, STEM_BIO11/12IIIh-
the types of evidence and procedures that can be
and Classification used to establish evolutionary relationships j-16
Code Book Legend

Sample: STEM_BIO11/12IIIh-j-16

LEGEND SAMPLE

Learning Area and Strand/ Subject or Science, Technology, Engineering and


Specialization Mathematics
First Entry

Grade Level Grade 11 or 12 STEM_BIO11/12

Domain/Content/
Uppercase Letter/s Biology
Component/ Topic

Roman Numeral
Quarter Third Quarter III
*Zero if no specific quarter
Lowercase Letter/s
*Put a hyphen (-) in between letters to Week Weeks eight to ten h-j
indicate more than a specific week
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describe species diversity and cladistics,
including the types of evidence and
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procedures that can be used to establish
evolutionary relationships
References:

Alberts, Bruce et. al. Molecular biology of the cell. (5th ed.). New York: Garland Publishing, 2007.

Reece, Jane. B. et. al. Campbell Biology (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson, 2011.

Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

MARLOU A. CABALBAG MICHAEL JAY E. ALASKA SHEILA F. TABIAN, MAED


Teacher G12 SHS Academic Coordinator Principal