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A&P Review Day 1

Senior Health Science Jan. 7-8, 2013

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SciLit 9.1

1) Read summaries aloud 2) Answer this: Do you sit more or less than the average American on a school day? uiccollegeprep.org

Today in A&P:

Big Idea: The incredible FUNCTIONS of the human body are made possible by perfectly engineered STRUCTURES. Objectives: Review K.1 - K.24

Agenda:
1) Do Now Article 2) Structure Function review & video

3) Integumentary, Skeletal & Muscular review


Homework: Complete Final Exam Review packet (due on day of exam)

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A&P Final Exam

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The Integumentary System (SKIN!)


Functions

(113) Epidermis,Dermis, Hypodermis (114-116) Keratin (114) Melanin (116) Oil/sweat glands (120-121) First, second, third deg. burn (124) Melanoma (126-127) Rule of Nines (125)
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The Integumentary System (SKIN!)


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the skin

5 min!

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Guess Who?
Get

into PARTNERS Write down your set of words... Make a clue for each one. For example, I am round and red with a star full of seeds in the center and I taste delicious. Read your clues and have your partner guess. Keep track of how many they get correct.
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Guess Who?
Partner

A:
gland burn

Partner

B:

Epidermis Sebaceous

Melanin
Third-degree

Dermis Hypodermis Keratin First-degree burn

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The Skeletal System


Label

skeleton Types of fractures (p. 145) Types of joints (cross out 6!) Minerals (? and ?) Functions (p. 135) Arthritis (3 types) (172-173) Osteoporosis (174)
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The Skeletal System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the skeletal system

5 min!

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Label the Live Skeleton


Label

a volunteer with as many specific bone names as you can You cant double count. For example, you only get one humerus and one femur. Count how many total labels you have. Be honest!

5 min!

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Phalanges (fingers and toes are NOT labeled on this guy!

4 min!

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Today in A&P:

Big Idea: The incredible FUNCTIONS of the human body are made possible by perfectly engineered STRUCTURES. Objectives: Review K.1 - K.24

Agenda:
1) Do Now: Correct & track exams 2) Muscular, Nervous, & Respiratory review

Homework:
Complete Final Exam Review packet (due on day of exam)

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Do Now Check/Track Exam 6 (Respiratory)


K.17 111. K.18 K.19 R.1

112.
113. 114. 115.

B C D C A

116. 117. 118.

119.
120.

B D D B A

121. 122. 123.

124.
125.

D B C D C

126. 127. 128.

129.
130.

A C B B A

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Do Now Check/Track Exam 7 (Digestive)


K.20 131. K.21 R.2

132.
133. 134. 135.

D C B B C

136. 137. 138.

139.
140.

B C B D A

141. 142. 143.

144.
145.

B C A A A
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Do Now Check/Track Exam 8 (Reproductive)


K.22 146. K.23 R.2

147.
148. 149. 150.

C A B D C

151. 152. 153.

154.
155.

D C A C A

156. 157. 158.

159.
160.

B A C A D
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The Muscular System


3

types: skeletal,smooth,cardiac (182) functions (185) muscle fatigue/O2 deficit (195) isotonic vs. isometric contractions (195) muscular dystrophy (215) sprain vs. strain & tendon vs. ligament (notes)
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The Muscular System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the muscular system

5 min!

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Get
2

in GROUPS OF FOUR Write down:

Two Truths and a Lie

truths about the types of muscles related to concepts in the chart 1 lie about the types of muscles
Read

your truths and lies aloud (in random order) Team members all write down guess. Keep track of what you get correct Team votes on best set to share uiccollegeprep.org with class

Two Truths and a Lie


Example:
1)

Third degree burns are extremely painful. 2) First degree burns may appear red or pink. 3) Second degree burns can appear blistered and are very painful.
WHICH

ONE IS THE LIE?

Now do the same thing for TYPES OF MUSCLES!


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The Nervous System


3

functions (227) CNS vs. PNS (228) Neuron parts (230-231) nerve impulse (236-237) meningeal layers (247) Concussion vs. contusion (268) Alzheimers (273, case study) MS (232)
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The Nervous System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the nervous system

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Find

a team of 3-5: All teams play for all questions (write your answers) 1 min. per question (no notes allowed)
Neuron

(100,200,300) Diseases (100,200,300) Nerve impulse (100,200,300)

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1)

100: Most neurons can undergo mitosis. T or F? 2) 200: Long tail of neuron that passes on signal 3) 300: The part of the neuron that insulates it and helps the signal move in one direction 4) 100: Function taking place when you make a decision? 5) 200: 1/2 ions involved in conduction of impulse 6) 300: What does a neurotransmitter do? 7) 100: part of neuron affected by MS 8) 200: common name for a CVA, a disease that affects the brain uiccollegeprep.org 9) 300: 2/3 things that protect brain and spinal

HONORS:

Neuron100:

This substance covers the neuron to help it carry its signal Neuron200: What part of neuron RECEIVES signal? Neuron300: Space between Schwann cells? Imp.100: 1 ion involved in conduction of impulse Imp. 200: Name of chemicals that travel between synapse to pass on nerve impulse Imp. 300:Another name for nerve impulse? Diseases100: 3 symptoms of Alzheimers Diseases200: common name for a CVA Diseases300: 3 things that protect brain and spinal uiccollegeprep.org cord

Do Now
Take

out your study guide and packet for Respiratory system

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The Respiratory System


ID

anatomical parts of resp. tract (437) Lung lobes (441) Alveoli (443) Events of respiration (445) Muscles involved in breathing (445) Respiratory volumes (448) COPD (2 diseases) (457)
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The Respiratory System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the respiratory system

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Stick Em
Walk

around asking people for clues to your word Your person may only use one or two words You can only guess once per clue You cannot re-visit the same person for another clue Once you get your clue, come get a 2nd Clues should not involve spelling or rhyming the word for the personuiccollegeprep.org

The Cardiovascular System


arteries

vs. veins (notes) 4 valves, 4 vessels, and 4 chambers (diagrams) circulation pathway (diagrams) intrinsic conduction (364 heart rates, rhythms, attacks (363, 365-end)

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The Cardiovascular System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the cardiovascular system

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Stick Em
If

your clue-giver uses more than two words, they must sit down with their head down and count to 15 slowly before returning to the game You can only guess once per clue You cannot re-visit the same person for another clue Once you get your clue, come get a 2nd Clues should not involve spelling or rhyming the word for the personuiccollegeprep.org

PATHWAY

OF BLOOD

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Cardiovascular System
Color & Label the Hearts: 4 chambers 4 valves 4 vessels

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Heart Valves

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The Digestive System


ID

anatomical parts role of stomach/substances secreted (470) small intestine functions (470-473) functions of saliva (476) role of pancreas,gallbladder,liver (476) large intestine functions (487-488)
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The Digestive System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the digestive system

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The Reproductive System


primary

sex organs (539) endocrine/exocrine products (539) duct system (540-542 for males, 549551 for females) accessory organs (542-543) 3 stages of menstrual cycle (555-556) spermatogenesis/oogenesis stages of labor and delivery (567-568) Contraception (570-572) uiccollegeprep.org

The Reproductive System


Begin

(OR review) study guide section for the reproductive system

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What

is anatomy? physiology?

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