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09 April 2011

Biologi SMA X Silabus 1 ( In English )



BIOLOGY X SYLLABUS 1

SCHOOL LEVEL                                                   :  SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

SUBJECT                                                                :  BIOLOGY

YEAR/SEMESTER                                                 :  X (TEN)/I

STANDARD OF COMPETENCE                          :  1. Understanding the essence of Biology as science

TIME ALLOCATION                                             :  4 x 45  minutes

 

Basic Competence

 

Competence of Learning Output


Topics of Learning

Learning Activities

Objectives

Scoring System

Time Allocation

Material

1.1     Identifying the scope of Biology











 

1.2     Describing biological objects and biological problems at different levels of life organization (molecule, cell, tissue, organ, individual, population, ecosystem, and biome)










·    Finding biological objects
·    Finding phenomena of biological study
·    Observing the characteristics of living organisms
·    Describing the characteristics of living organisms







·    Naming biological objects
·    Naming biological problems
·    Naming levels of life organization in Biology
·    Describing studies of Biology based on objects, problems, and levels of life organization
·    Gathering information and making structure of discipline, development and prospect of Biology studies
·    Writing papers

·    The meaning of Biology as science
·    The characteristics of living organisms










·    Three aspects of Biology discipline:
1.  Objects
    2.   Problems
    3.  Organization level

·    The studies of Biology can be analyzed based on ”Biology cake”



·    Discussing the characteristics of living organisms











·    Discussing to identify biological objects, biological problems, and levels of life organization
·    Discussing to determine objects, problems, and levels of life organization in some studies of Biology
·    Submitting information and writing papers about studies of Biology, the development, and the prospects

·    Describing the characteristics of Biology as science
·    Determining the characteristics of living organisms








·    Drawing conclusion about the scope of Biology base on the observation result
·    Drawing the strucuture of Biology discipline based on objects, problems, and levels of life organization
·    Recognizing the objects,problems, and the levels of life organization of Biology studies
·    Writing papers about the structure of discipline, the development, and the prospect of one of the Biology studies

·    Evaluation:
Competency written test

·    Assessment instrument:
Competency written test material





·    Evaluation:
1.    Competency written test
2.     Papers

·    Assessment instruments:
1.     Competency written test material
2.     Paper evaluation sheet






1  45 Minutes












3  45 minutes

·    Biology 1A workbook. Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis,
·    Biology1A text-book Dyah Aryulina dkk, Esis, chapter 1
·    Living organisms and nonliving organisims around the school

·    Biology 1A workbook. Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis
·    Biology 1A text-book, Dyah Aryulina dkk, Esis, Chapter 1
·    Newspapers, magazines, journals, text-books,and internet





SCHOOL                                                                                :  SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

SUBJECT                                                               :  BIOLOGY

GRADE/SEMESTER                                              :  X (TEN)/I

STANDARD OF COMPETENCE                          :  2. Understanding the principles of classification of living organisms

TIME ALLOCATION                                             :  14  45 minutes

 

Basic Competence

 

Competence of Learning Output


Topics of Learning

Learning Activities

Objectives

Scoring System

Time Allocation

Material

2.1  Describing characteristics, replication and roles of virus in life













 


2.2      Describing the characteristics of Archaebacteria and Eubacteria and their roles in life


















2.3      Presenting the common characteristics of phylum of protists Kingdom and their roles in life

















 


2.4      Describing the characteristics and types of fungi based on observation, experiment, literature analysis, and their roles in life

·    Summarizing the principles and the elements of classification of organisms
·    Drawing the structure of virus based on the ultra-microscopic photogrph
·    Labelling parts of the virus body
·    Ordering the reproduction process of virus
·    Gathering information about the roles of virus in human life
·    Conducting an activity about virus



·    Drawing the cell of bacteria based on microscopic observation
·    Describing the structure and the function of bacteria cell
·    Classifying Eubacteria
·    Drawing a differences table of Eubacteria and Archaebacteria
·    Producing food production using bacteria












·    Observing types of protists using microscope
·    Using microscope
·    Making  preparat
·    Drawing protists based on protists the observation result
·    Describing the characteristics of protists
·    Classifying protists based on their characteristics
·    Gathering information about protists  










·    Observing the structure of fungi
·    Drawing the structure of fungi body
·    Classifying fungi
·    Describing the characteristics of fungi
·    Producing food production using fungi










·    The principles and elements of classification of organisms
·    The characteristics of viruses:
1.    Characteristics of viruses of non-living organisms
2.    Characterisitics of virus life
·    The structure of  virus body
·    The virus reproduction
·    The roles of virus for human:
1.    Advantageous roles
    2.    Disadvantageous roles

·     The meaning of prokaryotes E
·     The characteristics of Eubacteria
1.    Cell shape and Eubacteria colonies
2.    Cell structure of Eubacteria
3.    Life cycle of Eubacteria
4.    Bacteria reproductioon
·     The classification of Eubacteria
·     The differences of Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
·     The examples of archaebacteria
·     The roles of bacteria in human life


  The characteristics of protists:
1.    Plant-like protists
2.    Animal-like protists
3.    Fungus-like protists
·       The roles of protists in human life:
1.    Advantageous roles
2.    Disadvantageous roles















The characteristics of fungi:
1.   Structure characteristics
2.   Life cycle
Types of spores resulted from fungi:
1.   Asexual spore
2.   Sexual spore
Classification of fungi
The roles of fungi in human life
Production process using fungi

·    Discussing the principle and the elements of classification of organisms
·    Observing and changing the structure of the virus body
·    Discussing the characteristics of virus
·    Drawing the virus reproduction scheme
·    Gathering information about the roles of virus in human life
·    Doing an analysis about virus and virus-caused diseases



·    Observing the shapes of bacteria (Activity 4..1)
·    Discussing the structure characteristics of Eubacteria
·    Observing the shapes of Cyanobacteria (activity 4.2)
·    Discussing the characteristics of Archaebacteria
·    Discussing the role of bacteria in human life
·    Making yoghurt (Activity 4.4)











·    Observing protists living in water pond
·    Discussing to describe the characteristics of protists
·    Discussing the classification of observed protists
·    Submitting information about protists

















·    Observing fungi
·    Drawing the structure of fungi base on observation result
·    Discussing the structure of fungi body based on the observation result
·    Doing survey/ field trip to fungi production location such as tempe factory, oncom, etc

·      Drawing the structure of virus body based on the ultramicroscopic photograph
·      Describing the characteristics of virus
·      Comparing the characteristics of  virus and characteristics of animals/plants
·      Drawing the virus reproduction scheme
·      Identifying the roles of virus in human life
·      Doing an analysis about virus and virus-caused diseases

·      Explaining the meaning of prokaryotes
·      Drawing kinds of cell shape and Eubacteria colonies
·      Giving explanation about the structure and the function of bacteria cell
·      Diffrentiatin the structure of Eubacteria and Archaeobacteria
·      Describing the roles of bacteria in human life









·      Decribing the characteristics of animal-like protists, plant-like protists, and fungus-like protists
·      Classifying the samples of observed protists
·      Identifying the advantageous protists and disadvantageous protists














·      Describing the characteristics of fungi
·      Describing the ways of fungi obtaining food
·      Differentiating asexual spores and sexual spores
·      Giving reasons of the separation of fungi from plant classification
·      Reporting the production process of a product using fungi





·    Evaluation:
1.    Competency written test
2.    Papers
·    Asessment instruments:
1.    Competency written test material
2.    Paper evaluation sheet






·    Evaluation:
1.    Report of the bacteria observation result
2.    Competency written test
·    Asessment instruments:
1.  Report evaluation sheet
2.   Competency writtent test material









  Evaluation:
1.   Report of the observation result
2.   Competency written test
3.   Papers
 Assessment instruments:
1.   Observation sheet
2.   Report evaluation sheet
3.   Papers evaluation sheet
4.   Competency written test material






  Evaluation:
1.   Report of the observation result
2.   Competency writtent test
   Assessment instruments:
1.   Observation sheet
2.   Report evaluation sheet
3.   Competency written test material

2  45 minutes
















4  45 minutes





















4  45 minutes
























4  45 minutes

·    Biology 1A workbook, Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis
·    Biology 1A text-book, Dyah Aryulina dkk, Esis, Chapter 2 and 3
·    Other information about virus and virus-caused diseases




·    Biology 1A workbook, Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis
·    Biology 1A text-book, Dyah Aryulina dkk, Esis, Chapter 4
·    Bacteria breeding
·    Pond water
·    Microscope, object glass, and cover glass








·    Biology 1A workbook, Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis
·    Biology 1A text-book, Dyah Aryulina, dkk, chapter 5
·    Water pond
·    Microscope, objects glass, and cover glass
·    Other information about Protists from various sources (newspapers, magazines, books, or internet)




·    Biology 1A workbook, Ign. Khristiyono P.S, Esis
·    Biologi 1A text-book, Dyah Aryulina dkk, Esis. Chapter 6
·    Samples of fungus
·    Ingredients of tempe and tape

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