|Week / Lesson||Knowledge & Questions||Context||Stimulus Materials / Activities||Learning Experiences|
|5, 1, 40 min|| Types of drugs/effects on body
The skin – physiology Toxicology Movement of materials between cells and their environment Interaction of structural, functional and behavioural adaptations of organisms In your own words describe how you did the egg experiment. How is this an analogy of toxins entering the body through the skin?
|Recreational Drugs / toxins/ binge drinking||Wiki||Classification Qualitative analysis (stats?) table/graph anaylsis|
|5, 2, 40 min||The skin; physiology; Membrane osmosis||Home – kitchen Toxic skin contact||Egg Experiment (set up in week 1)/ Journal||Modelling; test hypothesis|
|6, 5, 1 Hour||Snake bike / Dengue mosquito / stinging tree / Stone fish, etc.
Classify animals/plants in terms of their danger to humans. What evidence can you list to support your answer to the previous question?
|Environment Plants/Animals – poisoning / disease||Guest speaker||Listen to guest speaker; ask questions|
|6 ,6, 45 min||Simulation of first aid(Speak to Emy DeZen)
Homeostasis What happens to the body when it overheats?
|Environment Heat exhaustion, heatstroke||Movie clip||Simulation|
|6, 7&8, 45 min||Water sources for survival
Compare and contrast dehydration and over-hydration
|Environment Dehydration/ Over-hydration||Flow chart / Journal
The use of sports drinks
|6, 8, 1hour|
|6, 9, 15 min||Scott expedition history||Environment (extension) Hypothermia||Movie clip||Reading|