Presentation on theme: "Writing Prompt Think about the phrase ‘levels of organization’. What does this phrase mean? Explain how you think a cell phone is organized. Your answer."— Presentation transcript:
1 Writing PromptThink about the phrase ‘levels of organization’. What does this phrase mean? Explain how you think a cell phone is organized.Your answer should be in paragraph form. You should have at least 5 complete sentences!
2 Warm-Up What are the levels of organization within the human body? What are tissues?What are the 4 basic types of tissues within the human body?
3 Writing Prompt How is the human body organized? Look at the picture. What human body system is this? What type of tissue makes up this system? Using what you already know about tissues, explain the function of this system.Paragraph Form. At least 5 COMPLETE SENTENCES!!!
4 Warm-UpMuscle, Nervous, Connective, and Epithelial are examples of what?Tendons, Ligaments, and Cartilage are examples of what?Heart, brain, stomach, and lungs are examples of whatRespiratory, Endocrine, and Integumentary are examples of what?
5 Quiz Questions 9) Describe the function of the following words. TendonLigamentCartilage10) List 4 of the 11 Human Body Systems.11) List the levels of organization in the human body from least to greatest.
6 Warm-Up Write 2-5 key words for the following organ systems. CirculatoryIntegumentaryNervousRespiratoryDigestiveSkeletal
7 Warm-Up: January 22, 2013Put each of the items in the following lists in order from largest to smallest.Ecosystem, Population, Community, BiomeSnail, Fox, Bear, FrogTennis ball, soccer ball, ping-pong ball, basket ballWhat does OPCEBB stand for? Which of these levels is the smallest? The largest?
19 OrgansTwo or more types of similar tissues working together to perform the same functionExampleHeart made of muscle & connective tissues which work together (function) to pump blood throughout the body.
20 SystemsTwo or more organs working together to perform a specific function.11 different organ systems in the bodyCirculatoryDigestiveEndocrineExcretory (Urinary)ImmuneIntegumentary (Skin)MuscularNervousReproductiveRespiratorySkelatal