Friday, March 8th,
1. Thank you for sending me your google doc on what you will do to meet Amanda's challenge, I am adding that to grades today
2. Be sure to keep a log of the three muscles you are exercising over break every other day, this will be due Monday when you return
3. See the Rap Criteria to the right for the muscles you are held accountable for and grading criteria. The rap slam will take place on Tuesday when we return from break
Wednesday, March 7th
Yesterday we worked our muscles in the gym, sharing each of your exercises.....great job (despite the grumbling, eye-rolling, and heavy sighs by some :)
You were to continue studying all the muscles we have covered so far
Today, get information on our next OFFICIAL body part rap slam. Our rap slam will happen Tuesday when we get back
Tomorrow, Body Builders will be here to show us the muscles we have studied so far, and more, and share their experience and passion for sculpting human muscles.
Homework for tonight: posted at 3:03
Watch the video to the right on the muscles of the posterior leg
Monday, March 5th - 4 days til Break!
Talk about the articles you read, hand in your paragraphs
Discuss the three muscles you chose to work, do this three times a week until the Monday after break
Practice the muscles you were asked to memorize
Share your mnemonic (and turn in for points)!
Homework: posted 3:05 pm
Watch carefuly, and take thorough notes on muscles of the trunk and shoulders and arm videos to the right
Draw with Karen, work on terminology and muscles of the forearm
Homework: posting complete at 3:52 pm
1. Read the article to the right on weightlifting and brain health.
Choose three specific muscles to work, either with floor exercises or weights
Look up exercises that will target those specific muscles, and do ten reps Sat/Sun for each of the three muscle groups. Repeat this on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday through the week of Spring Break. Record what you do and how many reps in a log. When you get back the Monday after break, turn in a reflection on what happened, how you felt, if you kept it up or waffled, etc. Feel free to look at other resources on working out and health!
2. Read the article on body type to the right. Determine, based on the article, what type you are, and write a paragraph or two on why you think so, and how, if in anyway, you think this information might be helpful to you in your life.
3. By Monday, know the following muscle groups, what their function is, and be able to identify them on the human body. There is alink to the right to help, or you may avail yourself of the web for additional resources
Hamstrings - general
Quadriceps - general
Rhomboids - deep muscle
Get computers from Bryans
In small groups, watch the video on muscles to the right
Wednesday, Feb 28th
Do peer rviews f your song, pneumonic, or even pom, tweak these to make them even better.
Get a computer from Bryan's room and make kahoot questions for a bone kahoot. Yu can do this in word and we can transfer them later.
Watch one video on youtube on the muscle system - you pick
Tuesday, Feb 27th
Review joints using Cripple Kevin
Go over video on Joints - see button to the right
Be ready for a song/poetry/pneumonic slam for the types of joints, emphasis on synovial
Monday Feb 26th
Cranium/Face bones and features
Hopefully, if time, look at joints!! (nope we didn't get to this)
Please review the parts of the thoracic cage and main parts of a vertebra
Go over notes to the right on the joints
Know the 6 types of synovial joints by tomorrow
Thursday, Feb. 22nd, posted 2:55 pm Thursday
In class, look at cow bones from the butcher, work through Activity 2 on 'Examining a Long Bone'.
Note the epiphysis, diaphysis, epiphyseal line (plate on growing organisms), the medullary cavity, yellow marrow, endosteum, periosteum,
By Monday, know these, as well as the differences between spongy and compact bone
Also, from your packet on the Axial Skeleton, memorize the parts of the spine and the rib cage as in the packet (last 4 pages) by Monday
Watch the videos to the right - enjoy. Feel free to watch more if you wish.
See above, be prepared for an assessment
Wednesday, Feb 21st (posted 3:54 pm Tuesday)
1. 20 min. or so...CAREFULLY spread the skulls out on the back table.
Examine each skull for type of bone, and try to identify (this will be challenging since they are not human and some bones may be different, but still worthwhile and interesting)
Try to identify the zygomatic arch and see what the size of it may tell you about the type of animal and its diet. Look at the conchaes of the nose (turbinates), try to locate and examine sutures in the cranium, examine the mandible and maxilla, and the eye orbit
2. Next, please get a chromebook from the cart, go to the link to the right on Bone Anatomy and go through the worksheet.
Finish this for homework for tomorrows look at bones from a cow.
Tuesday, Feb 20th, finished posting 3:37 pm Tuesday
1. Review accessing the website (I'll notate when my post is complete, you check it and all the links everyday after 3 pm
2. Collaborate with a peer on the packet, make sure and read the tables (8.1, 8.2, etc)
3. Quiz on the bones and features of the cranium and face
1. Continue to study bones and features of the skull (cranium and face)
2. Memorize the three inner bones of the ear- malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), stapes (stirrup)
Friday, Feb 16th,
Speedy quick review of a few highlights of the video
Drawing with Karen - heads and faces
Homework: posted (complete) 2/16
Review and memorize the bones of the cranium AND face by Tuesday.
ALSO, know the following:
Go through all four links to the right, complete the packet, link 4, by Tuesday when you come in.
Be prepared for a quiz on Tuesday
*Posted Sat 2/17, great links (5 and 6) on drawing from Karen, check it out!
Thursday Feb 15th,
Review concepts in the Crash Course Video:
4 types of bones
Axial and Appendicular Skeleton
Start a packet on the Axial Skeleton
1. By tomorrow, know:
a. The five functions of the skeletal as we discussed in class
b. The main parts of the axial skeleton and also the main parts of the appendicalar skeleton
c. Know the four types of bones and of example of each
2. Read through the packet from today up to the vertebral column (stop before that)
3. Watch the videos to the right on bones of the cranium, take notes on this
Wednesday Feb 14th
Yes, the tests are graded - I just need to connect with the folks that were not here yesterday and once those are taken, then I will had them back. Check Q this afternoon
Today, start the skeletal System!
Watch the Crash Course on the Skeletal System,
Take notes (reduce video speed)
Take careful notes on the anatomy of the bone itself, and
Types of bones
Tuesday, Feb 13th
Test on tissues and the integumentary system
"Why didn't the skeleton go to the party?"
Read the notes to the right
Cut open out skin!
Kahoot Review for Test Monday
Study your notes, handouts, links and review guide for Monday's Test
Go outside and move your body
Thursday, Feb 8th - Test Monday
Little hug for your brain
Review the function and anatomical components of the integumentary system
1. Review, understand and commit to memory the functions of the integ sys
2. Review the four tissue types, as well as the specific types of connective tissue
Wednesday, Feb 7th
Skin Lab, make the layers of the skin with food
(and try to have fun while you are doing it)
Tuesday, Feb 6th, Test next Monday!
Turn in your paragraph on a skin disease/abnormality
Activity on the integumentary system
Last 10 minutes, look at histology slides to review for next Monday's Quiz
1. Memorize the function and layers of the skin
2. Review your tissue slide on the top button to the right for the test Monday
Monday, Feb 5th, Test next Monday!
Beginning of the third week...wow
First fifteen minutes, review the notes to the right, introducing the Integumentary system
Short discussion, lots of interesting questions
1. Read both sets of notes on the integumentary system (power point and web link)
2. Look up a skin disorder, disease, irregularity (such as freckles, skin flaps, moles, birthmarks, etc), and write several paragraphs on what causes it, a quick look at symptoms, main treatment if applicable
3. Show your sources at the bottom of your paragraphs
What will you be tested on for this system?
1. the function of the IS
2. The types of cells present (kerat, lang, merk, melano) and a general description of their function
3. The main structure/function of the hypodermis, dermis, epidermis (including the layers here: basil! spinach! grandma loves corn!)
4. Three disorders/diseases/unique features of the skin (freckles, moles,
Friday, Feb. 2nd
Karen is here, super cool drawing on the bones of the hand!!
Link to the right.....
Thursday, Feb. 1st
Slide Lab on Tissue Type:
1. Using the slides and microscopes, draw a cuboidal epithelial cell, and two other types of tissue (muscle, nerve, or connective)
2. Look at all the four types so you could recognize each on a quiz
Wednesday, January 31st
I'm out of the building today...
Please read and take notes on the specific types of EPITHELIAL tissue, see the link to the right
Tuesday, January 30th
Notes on the four types of tissue:
Connective, Nervous, Epithelial, Muscle
Monday, January 29th
Quiz today on Anatomical terms, direction, cavities, planes
If time, introduce tissue types - notes
Homework: watch the top two videos to the right (Tissue Types and Crash Course) on tissue types, be prepared to identify them by Tuesday
(You can hold on the others until tomorrow night and Wednesday night, but if you just can't stand it and have to watch them as soon as humanly possible I totally understand, and there are more on You Tube! Knock yourself out!)
Friday, January 26th
Karen is here, to incorporate drawing into our anatomy and physiology learning
Homework: Study for Quiz MONDAY
Thursday, January 25th,
Learn body cavities and regions - notes, see button on the right
Practice worksheet on terminology, due tomorrow, .5 pts per blank
Check Flashcards during this time....
Quizizz on anatomical terms learned so far
Real Quiz on Monday, study!
Tuesday, January 23nd
Start working on introductory terminology on body position, see notes to the right
Body position terminology is extensive - study!
Homework: Study your body position - make a quizlet with 15 terms tonight to practice
QUIZ on Directional Terms next Monday
Monday, January 22nd
In class today, we reviewed the syllabus and covered the basic definition of what anatomy and physiology is. We went over the many different systems of the body and the how they affect everyday life.
Look over the rest of the presentation given in class and finish taking notes (Due Tuesday, January 23rd)