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How are living things classified?

Science
Step four
First term 2017
Indicator 1
Boston International School
OBJECTIVE:
To identify each one of the living things kingdoms in order to categorize
them according to their functions and sort of adaptations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE :
I. To use secondary sources of information in order to develop an
investigation and show results.
II. To recognize living beings different adaptations and behaviors inside
the environment.

. BIBLICAL PRINCIPLE: God is our great maker


Neh 9:6
New International Version (NIV)
You alone are the LORD. You made the heavens, even the highest
heavens, and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the
seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes
of heaven worship you.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLHB_hNk42g

What is the most amazing thing man has ever created?

What is the simplest thing God has ever made?


VOCABULARY
Organism: A living thing.
Microscopic: Too small to be seen with the eyes alone.
Bacteria: The kingdom of one-celled living things that lack nuclei
Protist: One of the kingdoms of living things that can be one-
celled.
KINGDOMS
WHAT IS A CELL?
The cell is the basic unit of life.
Lets see the parts of the cell!!

www.kidsbiology.com/biology_basics/cells_t
issues_organs/cell_structure5.php
What part of the cell allows materials to enter and
leave the cell?

What types of materials do you think the cell


membrane allows to enter the cell?

What helps keep the cell parts in place?

What part of the cell can be compared with your


brain? Why?
MONERA KINGDOM
Consists of unicellular
lifeforms.

Cells are far simpler


and more basic than
the cells of other
lifeforms.

These cells have no


nucleus and are also
missing parts found in
other cells.
BACTERIA SHAPES

Bacillus Coccus Spirillus


(Rod) (Sphere) (Spiral)
PROTIST KINGDOM
Unicellular lifeforms (lifeforms with only one cell) who have a
nucleus.

The primary difference between


protists and monera is that protists
are more complex, having a
nucleus.
Do all bacteria look alike? Explain.

What are the shapes of bacteria?

Can you see bacteria?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICWLF9lccNk
EXPLANATION AND EVALUATION CRITERIA WILL BE ON THE BLOG POSTED
Project: Bacteria Facts
Written Quiz.
Groups of (3).

Every group will search for an specific bacteria and explain it then.
They will choose one of the different illnesses caused by the bacteria and also they will give
recommendations to avoid them. Then they will present and sustain their work to the rest of the
class.

Due date: February 28th 2017

PROJECT
Grammatical contain
Structure
Pronunciation
Fluency
Voice and non-verbal communication
Length of the speech
JESUS CHARACTER
Principle of the month: Based on:

Proverbs 9:1
New International Version (NIV)
Wisdom has built her house; she has set up its seven pillars.

Pillars
1. The fear of the Lord
2. Truth
3. Holiness
4. Effort and courage
5. Excellency
6. Integrity
7. Love and reconciliation