5/1A & 5/2B
Physiology Intro to Homeostasis PPT for Homeostasis notes
5/3A & 5/4B
Students will be put into groups of 2-3 and they will use the Interactive Readers in class & can use their cell phones to research information about one of the 11 body systems (nervous, endocrine, respiratory, circulatory, immune, digestive, excretory, skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and reproductive). The notes they take will include: 1) Name of body system, 2) Function of the system, 3) Parts of the system including the function and location of those parts, 4) How the system contributes to homeostasis (and how it works with other systems to maintain homeostasis), 5) 3-4 common sickness or diseases of that system (like HIV for immune system) and 6) a teacher-approved picture of the system's parts.
Group 1- Skeletal System 2- Respiratory 3) Reproductive 4) Muscular 5) Circulatory 6) Nervous
7) Digestive 8) Immune 9) Excretory 10) Endocrine 11) Integumentary
5/7A & 5/8B
Then we will use the information from the groups to take notes on each system on the Supporting Evidence for Human Body Systems WS, which will be stamped in class.
5/9A & 5/10B
Human Body Systems Slides - Nervous system is slides 3-22
Nervous System Notes sheet
Nervous System PPT pdf version
5/11A & 5/14B
Human Body Systems Slides - Endocrine System is slides 23-31
Then we will listen to patient recordings at this website: http://www.edencsd.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=1639 to diagnose and propose treatments for these 5 patients. They will fill out this endocrine diagnostic WS and turn it in before the end of the period.
5/15A & 5/16B
Heart Rate Lab
5/17A & 5/18B
DQ# 46- Watch the video: 7 Organs you could totally live without and answer what is the most surprising organ you can live without and why?
Respiratory system notes circulatory systems notes
5/21A & 5/22B
Group Test on Feedback - in class with notes and workbooks
5/23A & 5/24B
First students will take the district common assessment.
5/25A-6/1T - Semester 2 Final Study Guide 2018