Students apply their knowledge of blood to write a creative story journeying a day in the life of a blood cell of their choice. Through their story, students demonstrate their knowledge of blood, its parts, and how it helps keep them alive.
-I can identify the main structures and functions of the cardiovascular system.
-I can identify the four parts of blood and explain the roles they play in the body.
-I can relate the movement of blood in relation to the types of blood vessels
• I can identify the main structures and functions of the cardiovascular system.
• I can identify the four parts of blood and explain the roles they play in the body.
• I can relate the movement of blood in relation to the types of blood vessels
Contents of this lesson include:
• Proficiency rubric with all three learning objectives
• Proficiency Rubric for common core english standards for narrative writing (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.WHST.6-8.2 A,B,C,D, F)
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