How is the human body organized?
The human body firstly comprised of organelles which make of a variety of cells that help make the tissues and organs of our bodies. These organs are apart of larger organ systems such as the nervous, digestive, skeletal, and respiratory systems that help humanity survive. These organ systems help make a bilateral humanoid shape. This bilateral symmetry is an expression of our complex organ systems as well as our development of streamlined heads comprised of sensory organs, such as eyes, nose, mouth, and ears.
What is the importance of studying ancient Mesopotamia, in comparison to other world events such as World War Two?
Mesopotamia was a rich and varied culture that is important to understand. This was the very first civilization that had many technological breakthroughs that helped propel humanity into the future. This civilization created the wheel and irrigation, two important inventions/practices that we still use today. Without such inventions, we would not have the transportation or agriculture needed to sustain the current population of the globe. This civilization is also responsible for the first set of written laws and punishments, that helped create the most of the governing bodies that we know today. World War two is also greatly important, however, we study history to learn where humanity has been as well as the past mistakes that they have made. Without an understanding Hammurabi's codes and the severe punishments that accompanied it, we might not have developed the legal system in the U.S., that declared war on Japan in WWII.
What are four things every lesson plan should contain?
All lesson plans should include the state or common core standards accepted by the particular state of residency. These standards help you create an objective for the lesson that all students should be able to accomplish by the end of the lesson. This objective should have the following things: an audience, behavior that the students will do, condition that the students must adhere to, as well as the degree of understanding that each student should reach. The objective must be a reflection of previous rapport, knowledge, and data known to the students. This objective should also be related to the blooms taxonomy or depth of knowledge level in conjuncture with the rest of the unit. The lesson must also include a comprehensive and flexible outline. This helps keep the educator on track, while also providing the flexibility needed for any interruption or instance. Lastly, a lesson plan needs to have a list of accommodations/action plan to provide differentiated instruction to any student within their classroom.