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1 Course Syllabus Anatomy and Physiology Ms. Catherine Bulahan School Year Course Description Anatomy and Physiology is a two semester course that examines the basic biological concepts of structure and function of the human body and the mechanisms of maintaining homeostasis within it. Include the study of cells, tissues, skeletal, muscular and nervous system. The senses, endocrine, blood, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems as well as the concepts of pregnancy and birth control are included. Special topics may include the disease processes that affect the human body.one laboratory activity for each unit is incorporated for a better understanding of the concepts. Course Objective Every effort should be made in this modern complicated world to send a well-rounded educated youth out to fill their role in society. The study of biology contributes to the general cultural knowledge of the student. Beyond this, a course in anatomy and physiology meets the needs of a more complete understanding of the basic principles of one s own body and its functions. Those students interested in a profession such as nursing, physical therapy, physical education, pharmacy, and public health are introduced to the concepts upon which further study may possibly lead to a life's vocation. Aims Students will be able to: Recognize body parts and function Demonstrate understanding of body mechanics Demonstrate knowledge of diseases that affects the human body Determine the central ideas or conclusion of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or information presented in a text by paraphrasing them in simpler but still accurate terms. Write arguments focused on discipline-specific content. Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem: narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate: synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research. Conduct laboratory activity and write a laboratory report

2 Expectations The students taking Anatomy and Physiology are expected to arrive to class on time, attend class regularly, participate in all exams, quizzes, and assigned discussions, group presentations, as well as hand in homework on assigned dates.this course requires extensive memorization; therefore, it is recommended that student spend some time each day reviewing and studying the course material. There will be two exam and one project assignment each marking period. These projects will count as exams. The student is expected to make up all missed exams, quizzes, and homework within three class days of their return to school. If the student does not make up the missed work by this time, points will begin to be deducted. As with all courses, students are expected to behave with the highest morals, maturity and respect toward the teacher and fellow students. Assignments 1. For students to be able to determine the central ideas of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or information in a text, and paraphrase text (Common Core Standards RST , RST , RST , RTS , RST , RST ), they will use the following strategies: Post-It Summaries Pair and Share Highlight Cause and Effect Graphic Organizers Concept Mapping 2. Students will conduct one laboratory activity and write a laboratory report for every unit. (Common Core Standards RST , RST9-10.6, RST , RST , RST , WHST ) 3. Making Science Relevant with Current Events. Three times a week students should read an article that will help them connect key ideas from current events to classroom learning. (Common Core Standards RST , RST ) 4. Student will write one persuasive essay every semester where they will introduce precise claims; develop claims and counterclaims fairly, use words, phrase, and clause to link the major sections of the text; establish and maintain a formal style and objective tone and provide a concluding statement or section that follows from or supports the argument presented.(common Core Standards WHST a,WHST b,WHST c,WHST d,WHST e, WHST ) 5. Students will submit one formal writing assignment called RAFT for every unit where they will assume a role, audience, format and topic of their choice. (Common Core Standards WHST , WHST b, WHST d, WHST e)

3 6. Students will conduct and present a research on diseases and health procedures. (Common Core Standards WHST ,WHST , WHST ) 7. Students will work on one case study analysis for every unit to deepen and solidify their understanding of anatomical and physiological facts, concepts, and principles. (Common Core Standards RH , RST , RST ) Units I.Organization of the Body A. An Overview of Anatomy and Physiology 1. Relationship between Anatomy and Physiology B. Level of Structural Organization 1. From Atoms to Organisms 2. Organ Systems overview 3. Necessary Life functions C. Homeostasis D. Anatomical Terminologies 1. Directional Terms 2. Regional Terms (Anterior and Posterior Body Landmarks) 3. Body Planes and Sections 4. Body Cavities II. Cells A. Cell Structure 1. Cell Membrane 2. Cytoplasm and Organelles 3. Nucleus B. Cell Physiology 1. Cell Division 2. Protein Synthesis 3. Movement of Substances 4. Disorders of Cell Structures

4 III. Tissues A. Function 1. Epithelial 2. Muscle 3. Connective 4. Nerve B. Disease and Injury to Tissues 1. Degree of Tissue Repair 2. Process of Epithelial Tissue Repair IV. The Skeletal System A. General Functions B. Structure and Formation of Bones 1. Bone Formation 2. Structure of Long Bone 3. Growth 4. Bone Types 5. Parts of the Skeletal System C. Joints - Articulation 1. Kinds 2. Movements D. Developmental Aspects of the Skeleton E. Diseases and Disorders of Bones and Joints V. The Muscular System A. General Functions B. Functions - Energy Sources ATP C. Basic Principles of Muscular Contraction D. Muscles - Face, Neck, Arms, Thorax, Abdomen, and Legs E. Massage Muscles F. Musculoskeletal Disorders

5 VI. The Central Nervous System A. The Brain 1. Cerebrum 2. Deincephalon 3. Cerebellum B. Spinal Cord 1. Spinal Cord Injury C. Disorders of the Central Nervous System VII. Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous System A. Nerves B. Cranial and Spinal Nerves C. Autonomic Nervous System D. Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System VIII. The Sense Organs A. The Eye 1. Pathway of Vision 2. Eye Disorders B. The Ear 1. Pathway of Hearing 2. Pathway of Equilibrium 3. Ear Disorder C. The Nose 1. Disorders of the Nose D. The Tongue IX. Endocrine System A. Functions of the Endocrine system 1. Hormonal Control

6 B. Glands 1. Pituitary 2. Thyroid and Parathyroid 3. Thymus and Adrenal 4. Gonads and Pancreas 5. Pineal C. Disorders of the Endocrine System X. Blood A. Types of Blood Cells B. Plasma C. Clotting D. Blood Types and Transfusions XI. The Circulatory System A. Heart 1. Structures and Functions 2. Conduction System of the Heart 3. Disease of the Heart 4. Types of Heart Surgery 5. Heart Transplants B. Circulation and Blood Vessels 1. Systemic vs. pulmonary circulation 2. Blood Vessels 3. Blood Pressure 4. Disorders of Blood Vessels XII. Lymphatic System and Immunity A. Structures and Functions B. Immune Response C. Disorders of the Lymph System D. Immunization Recommendation

7 XIII. The Respiratory System A. Organs Involved in Respiration 1. Nose 2. Pharynx and Larynx 3. Trachea and Bronchi B. Physiology 1. Mechanics of Breathing 2. Types of Respiration 3. Disorders of the Respiratory System XIV. The Digestive System A.Organs Involved in Digestion 1. Mouth 2. Salivary Glands 3. Pharynx and Esophagus 4. Stomach 5. Small Intestine 6. Large Intestine (colon) B. Accessory Organs of Digestion 1. Liver 2. Gall Bladder 3. Pancreas C. Common Disorders of the digestive system XV. Nutrition A. Organic and Inorganic Compounds B. Recommended Daily Dietary Allowances C. Dietary Guidelines for Americans D. Eating Disorders

8 XVI. Urinary System A. Parts and Functions of the Urinary System B. Urine formation and Elimination C. Control of Urinary Secretions D. Disorders of the Urinary System XVII. Reproductive System A. Organs of the Male Reproductive System B. Organs of the Female Reproductive System 1. The Menstrual Cycle 2. Menopause C. Birth Control 1. Infertility D. Pregnancy 1. Human Growth and Development E. Disorders of the Reproductive System Grading Policy Non-Regents Science Grading Policy Tests/Projects 60% Classwork 20% Homework 20%

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