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How cells connect to systems Read text Answer questions Draw pic of cell tissue, organ and system in ISN Study for cell quiz Do not need to know all types of tissues
1 st activity is to get the bones out from the owl pellets
Part 1 Functions Pg 27
5 main functions
Provide shape and support
Enables you to move
Protects your organs
Produces blood cells
Stores minerals and other materials until your body needs them.
How good is it at protecting your body?
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Left Side Drawings of 5 functions with color Label each one Ex: Provides shape and support
Part 2- The Bones
Skeleton Adult 206 bones New born About 300 bones
How many bones in each part of body? Meet with Apt clock See smartboard
Bones Are alive Always making new bone, and able to repair themselves when broken
Bone is made of all different parts
Bone Structure Marrow ---the soft tissue that fills the inside of the bone and makes blood cells.
But what does it taste like?
Time to see what bones you know
Blank Worksheet See how many you can do on your own with a little song
Label the bones throughout video: “The Semi Annoying Singing Italian Skeleton”
Label the bones throughout video: The Semi Uncomfortable singing Italian Skeleton http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btMq9 BYziIQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btMq9 BYziIQ
Simon Says Prep- Meet with apt clock to quiz each other Game time
Part 3 - The Joints
Joints of the Skeleton Joint —place in the body where two bones come together.
Joints of the Skeleton Ligament —Tissue that holds bones together
Joints of the Skeleton Cartilage —A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone and that protects the ends of bones and keeps them from rubbing together.
How beneficial Cartilage is video
How beneficial Cartilage is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94vM9b0zGjA&NR=1&feature=endscreen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94vM9b0zGjA&NR=1&feature=endscreen
Let’s see what you know Find any joint Find two joints you think are same type Name or describe any types of joints
4 main movable joints Animation and people http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsci exp/active_art/skeletal_and_muscular/in dex.html http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsci exp/active_art/skeletal_and_muscular/in dex.html
Take notes with Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWR V4WZrzDs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWR V4WZrzDs
Why do Joints crack?
BPOP Quiz- Left side
Going deeper in skeleton http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d- RBe8JBVs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d- RBe8JBVs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d- RBe8JBVs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d- RBe8JBVs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_T5iQ5 A4Ic
Notes 13-2 The Skeletal System. Bones A Newborn has about 275 bones, but an adult has about 206 bones Some bones fuse together as you grow Bones are hard.
The Skeletal System (HB Chapter 2) Lesson 1. Backbone made up of 26 small bones. vertebrae.
The Skeletal System Chapter 8, Sec. 2. Key Terms ► Skeleton ► Ligament ► Compact bone ► Marrow ► Vertebra ► Cartilage ► Spongy bone ► Osteoporosis ► joint.
The Skeletal System EQ: How does the skeleton function, and how do joints help our bodies move?
Skeletal System. Functions: 1.Provides shape & support 2.Helps you move 3.Protects organs 4.Produces blood cells 5.Stores certain materials Minerals.
Draw a bone and label the 5 different tissues levels found in it. (parts of the bone)
THE SKELETAL SYSTEM Chapter 1 Section 2 Pages:
Skeletal System. What is the job of the skeletal system? The skeleton has five major functions: 1) Provides shape and support. 2) Enables you to move.
Chapter 15, Section 2 The Skeletal System Tuesday, February 2, 2010 Pages
Objective SWBAT relate the parts of the skeletal system to their functions.
Human Body Systems Notes Skeletal System. The Skeletal System 1. The skeletal system is all of the bones in the human body. At birth the skeleton contains.
Skeletal System Notes. Functions of the Skeletal System 1. Provide shape and support to body 2. Protect internal organs 3. Muscles attach to bones to.
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Big Idea Science Standard 7.5.C&H Students know how bones and muscles work together to provide the structural framework for movement and compare joints.
5 major functions: Provides shape and support Enables you to move Protects your organs Produces blood cells Stores minerals and other materials until.
Aim: How is the human skeletal system organized?.
Chapter 15.2 Skeletal System skeletal system- Bones,cartilage,and the connective tissue that hold bones together cartilage- flexible, rubbery tissue that.
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Hard living tissue bone. the group of bones that forms the frame for your body skeleton.
Section 2, Chapter 14 Pages Your framework, or skeleton, is made up of all the bones in your body. Your skeleton has five major functions.
The Skeletal System ! Shape and Support. The human skeleton consists of 206 bones. We are actually born with more bones (about 300), but many fuse together.
Skeletal System Biology. What do you know? Take a look at the handout of the skeleton without labels (put your name on the top). Label as many bones as.
Ch Notes The Skeletal System. Skeleton The skeleton is made up of all the bones in your body. A newborn has about 275 bones. An adult has only about.
The Skeletal System. What the Skeletal System Does Your skeleton has four major functions. –Protects organs –Shape and support –Movement –Stores minerals.
The Skeletal System 6 th Grade. Are bones in your body alive? What are they made of? YES! The bones in your body are alive – Made of tissues that have.
The skeleton has five major functions. It provides shape and support, enables you to move, protects your organs, produces blood cells and stores minerals.
Skeletal System Notes. Your body has two organ systems that work together to provide support & help you move– the skeletal system & the muscular system.
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Skeletal System Warm Up: Video “Did You Know” – The Human Body! What was one thing from the video that you learned that you “Did NOT Know” before?
Protection – regulates what goes in & out Sensory (lets you feel things) Regulates Body Temperature Gets Rid of Waste.
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Skeletal System. Framework of the Skeleton System is bones Without your frame you would collapse It determines the shape of your body.
5 Functions of the Skeletal System - 1.provides shape and support 2.enables you to move 3.protects your internal organs 4.produces blood cells 5.stores.
3/11/15. Skeletal System has five functions. Function #1: Provides shape and support. Function #2: Anchor for all of the body’s movement. Function #3:
THE SKELETAL SYSTEM. What the Skeletal System Does... 5 major functions: 5 major functions: Shape and support Shape and support Movement Movement Protects.
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Bones © Pearson Publishing Tel The skeleton The skeleton forms the framework of the human body It has five main functions: –Support — it.
The Skeletal System. Functions of the Skeletal System Supports and protects the body. Allows the body to move. Produces red blood cells. Stores minerals.
Aim: How is the human skeletal system organized?
1.2 The Skeletal System The ankle bone’s connected to the… shin bone… the shin bone’s connected to the knee bone…
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