Submitted by samcgavin on Wed, 10/18/2017 - 10:06pm.
This unit serves as an introduction to a course on Human Anatomy and Physiology. It gives a brief overview of how the human organism is organized, and then introduces the body's 11 body systems. Major anatomical terminology is presented in this unit including body regions, body planes, anatomical directions, and body cavities. Major survival needs are discussed along with how
All students will use classification systems to describe groups of living things; compare and contrast differences in the life cycles of living things; investigate and explain how living things obtain and use energy; and analyze how parts of living things are adapted to carry out specific functions.
Submitted by Rebekah Hoeft on Mon, 06/12/2017 - 9:22pm.
This lesson will help students understand the differences between living and nonliving things. Students will learn to ask 6 quesions to determine if something is alive. Students will learn what things living things must have to survive.
This activity can be used as an introduction to Anatomy or altered to function as an overall review. Students will work in small groups to research, model, and present the anatomy, functions, and interrelationships of the 11 body systems.