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1 Anatomy and Physiology (ANPY) CTY: Academic Explorations Grades 7 and 8 Text: Mader s Understanding Human Anatomy & Physiology; 7 th Edition. TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW 1 Welcome and Introduction Ice Breaker Honor Code Classroom Rules Lab Safety Introduction to Anatomy Human Body Systems Course Outline/Plan Homeostasis Negative Feedback Positive Feedback Homeostasis and the Body Systems Chemistry of Life Elements, Atoms, and Compounds Bonding Water Acids and Bases Molecules of Life Ice Breaker; I m an Organ Posters Honor Codes Sign Classroom Rules determined and posted Lab Safety Directions; Quiz; Contracts Signed and Posted Arrange Organ System Posters to Form a Body Give examples of tasks or diseases and have students determine which systems involved and how they are interconnected Pre-test Discuss course outline Lecture on homeostasis with feedback loop diagrams Homeostasis group activity using examples from the systems that we will study further in each unit Mini-chemistry lecture Check for understanding chemistry worksheet Molecules of Life mini-lecture Introduction to Lab Work Water Lab Read chapters 1-4 and answer discussion questions

2 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW 2 3 Cell Structure and Function Parts of a Cell Osmosis Cell Cycle Body Tissues and Membranes Types of Tissue Junctions Glands Membranes The Integumentary System Skin Structure and Function Burns and Wounds The Skeletal System Bone Structure and Function Bone Growth and Repair Axial Skeleton Appendicular Skeleton Joints Cell Structure Worksheet and Class Discussion. Individual students color and write functions next to each part as we go along Osmosis Lab Cell cycle mini-lecture Act out interphase and mitosis Mini-lecture on body tissues and membranes Lab with chicken bones and vinegar Read chapters 5 and 6 and answer discussion questions Group application assignment on sprains, strains, and breaks Mini-lecture on skin structure and function Look at skin, hair, and nails under microscope; compare observed structure and function Burns and wounds mini-lecture Disorder jigsaw group assignment: Psoriasis, Hypothermia/Hyperthermia, Skin Cancer, Rickets Mini-lecture on skeletal system Skeleton Diagrams Group work determine which bones might be affected Osteoporosis computer activity Read chapter 7 and answer discussion questions

3 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW 4 5 The Skeletal System Continued from above The Muscular System Muscle Structure and Function Muscle Contraction Muscle Response Skeletal Muscles The Nervous System Nerve Signals Central Nervous System Peripheral Nervous System The Sensory Organs Sensory Receptors Taste Smell Sight Hearing Equilibrium Forensic Anthropology Activity determining gender, age, race, etc. Mini-lecture on muscular system Muscle identification on body Muscle contraction lab Effects of exercise analysis activity Read chapters 8 and 9 and answer discussion questions Muscle contraction lab formal write-up Nervous system mini-lecture Cow eye dissection Use Your Senses Game Sensory organ mini-lecture Sunday Read chapter 10 and answer discussion questions Assign research project on human diseases; Students generate list of diseases and can do basic research to formulate their preference list by the end of class

4 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW 6 7 The Sensory Organs Continued from above The Endocrine System Hormones Glands and Tissues Pancreas Growth Factors Blood Blood Composition and Function Hemostasis Blood Typing Cardiovascular System Heart Anatomy and Physiology Blood Vessels Circulation Cardiovascular Disease Sense Lab Mini-lecture on endocrine system Diabetes Case Study Feedback Mechanism Lab Performance Enhancing Steroids and Sports jigsaw article activity Read chapters 11 and 12 and answer discussion questions Research project topics handed out to students Mini-lecture on blood ABO and Rh Blood typing Punnett Squares Blood Typing Lab Mini-heart lecture Walk the Heart Activity Work on research projects

5 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW 8 9 Cardiovascular System Continued from above The Lymphatic System Lymphatic Vessels and Organs Nonspecific Defenses Specific Defenses Immune Response Hypersensitivity Reactions Sheep heart dissection Movie clip of coronary bypass surgery Class discussion of clip, coronary artery disease, and heart attack Blood pressure and pulse lab Lab write-up Read chapter 13 and answer discussion questions Work on research projects Online electrocardiogram activity Mini-lecture on Lymphatic System Allergy Case Study Mock Pandemic Lab Immune disease group jigsaw activity Read chapter 14 and answer discussion questions Work on research projects

6 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW The Respiratory System Respiratory Tract Breathing Gas Exchange and Transport Respiratory Tract Infections and Disorders The Digestive System Anatomy and Functions of the Organs of the Digestive System Digestion Nutrition Mini-lecture on respiratory tract Breathing demo with soda bottles Mini-lecture on gas exchange and transport Respiratory Volume and Lung Capacity Lab Effects of Smoking Group Exercise Bronchitis, pneumonia, and sinus infection comparison activity Read chapter 15 and answer discussion questions Finish research paper Mini-lecture on digestive system Destination Digestion Amusement Park Activity (finish in the afternoon) Create a dining hall menu Read chapter 16 and answer discussion questions Finalize research presentations

7 TOPIC/OBJECTIVES HOW The Excretory System Kidney Excretion Regulatory Functions of the Kidney Kidney Problems The Reproductive System Meiosis Male Reproductive System Male Hormone Regulation Female Reproductive System Menstrual Cycle and Menopause STD s Human Development and Birth Fertilization Embryonic Development Birth Human Genetics Chromosomal Inheritance Genetic Inheritance Genetic Counseling Fetal Pig Dissection Wrap-Up Mini-lecture on excretory system Organ replacement kidney transplant news articles Urinalysis Lab Research Presentations Read Chapter 17 and answer discussion questions Mini-lecture on meiosis and the reproductive system Read chapter 18 and answer discussion questions as a class Mini-lecture on human development and birth Class debate on designer babies Research Presentations Reach chapter 19 and answer discussion questions Mini-lecture on human genetics Anatomy and Physiology Jeopardy Game Post Test Fetal Pig Dissection in Pairs No class for final social Use homeostasis (modified activity from day 1) to tie everything together

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