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Anatomy & Physiology Spring 2008
Tuesday3/11 On your own… – Define Anatomy and Physiology (two definitions) With a partner… – Share your definition and write down anything different they might have With a group of 4… – Come up with common definitions for anatomy and physiology Explore the relationship between anatomy and physiology
Tuesday, continued… Systems Overview, p.3-7 Groups of 2-3 – Read about a system and report back to the class: The function of the system Two organs involved One other system it works with or depends on HW: Read p.7-11 in the text Complete Systems Survey
Wednesday12/3 Entry Task 1. Put the following in order from smallest to largest: organ cell tissue atom element organ system moleculeorganism 2. Name the 7 functions necessary for life. 3. Why is it important for our bodies to maintain homeostasis?
Wednesday12/3 Extra credit passes Entry task sheet Review reading assignment Video clip: Negative Feedback Intro to Word Parts
Entry Task12/4 Draw lines between and label the word parts in the following words: – anterior – hypogastric – posterior – osteoarthropathy – uniform
Thursday12/4 Analyzing/Defining Terms practice Prefixes/Suffixes practice Language of Anatomy – Anatomical position (demonstrate) – Surface Anatomy worksheet Due at end of period Demonstrate the anatomical position and identify major body landmarks
Entry Task Define the following prefixes/suffixes: -osisbi- -stasisdia- -icintra- -addys- -iorhyper-
Friday12/5 Target: Memorize body landmarks, prefixes, suffixes… Finish Body Landmarks exercises Flyswatter!
Entry Task12/8 Define the following: – Buccal – Deltoid – Popliteal – Carpal – Acromial – Axillary Give the term for the definition: – Hip – Chest – Area between hips – Posterior surface of head – Arm – Anterior knee
Monday12/8 Target: Use word parts to memorize directional terms/body planes Directional Terms/Body Planes & Sections Packet HW: Read p Directional Terms, Body Planes & Sections
Entry Task12/9 Define the following terms: – Posterior – Anteroposterior – Unilateral – Distal – mediad