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1 Prentice Hall Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, (Marieb) - 9th Edition 2009 Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Workbook, (Marieb) - 9th Edition 2009 Grades C O R R E L A T E D T O

2 Course Description Human Anatomy and Physiology is a laboratory science course that consists of an in-depth study of the body systems that maintain homeostasis from anatomical, physiological, and histological perspectives. Students explore the body s structures and functions through an inquiry approach. Human Anatomy and Physiology students investigate: Inquiry Technology and Engineering Anatomical Orientation Protection, Support, and Movement Integration and Regulation Transportation Absorption and Excretion Reproduction, Growth, and Development Embedded Inquiry Conceptual Strand - Understandings about scientific inquiry and the ability to conduct inquiry are essential for living in the 21st century. Guiding Question - What tools, skills, knowledge, and dispositions are needed to conduct scientific inquiry? Course Level Expectations CLE 3251.Inq.1 Recognize that science is a progressive endeavor that reevaluates and extends what is already accepted. SE/TE: 8, 57, 80, 102, 113, 167, 203, 253, 271, 317, 355,432, 508, 526 PowerPoint Presentations & Figures CLE 3251.Inq.2 Design and conduct scientific investigations to explore new phenomena, verify previous results, test how well a theory predicts, and compare opposing theories. SE/TE: 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581; IG: 1-2, 5-6, 9-10, 15-16, 21-22, 29-30, 35-36, 41-42, 51-52, 57-58, 63-64, 69-70, 77-78, 83-84, 91-92, 95-96, , , , , , , , , , , TR: Entire Lab Manual Theme 1

3 CLE 3251.Inq.3 Use appropriate tools and technology to collect precise and accurate data. PowerPoint Presentations & Figures SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 124, 126, 241, 272, 341, 354, 453, ; IG: 15-18, CLE 3251.Inq.4 Apply qualitative and quantitative measures to analyze data and draw conclusions that are free of bias. TR: LAB: 58, 71, 103, , 203, 207, , 228, 234, 237, 239, 247, 249, 251, , 296, , 313, 323, 346 SE/TE: 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581; IG: TR: LAB: 58, 71, 103, , 203, 207, , 228, 234, 237, 239, 247, 249, 251, , 296, , 313, 323, 346 CLE 3251.Inq.5 Compare experimental evidence and conclusions with those drawn by others about the same testable question. SE/TE: 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator CLE 3251.Inq.6 Communicate and defend scientific findings. SE/TE: 20, 25, 63, 76, 101, 108, , 123, 127, 129, 132, 142, 151, 170, , 181, 197, 207, , 226, 234, 239, 245, 248, , , 270, 272, 279, 282, 286, , 291, , 300, , 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator 3251.Inq.1 Trace the historical development of a scientific principle or theory, such as the cell theory, evolution, or DNA structure Inq.2 Select a description or scenario that reevaluates and/or extends a scientific finding. SE/TE: 55, 57-58, SE/TE: 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 2

4 3251.Inq.3 Conduct scientific investigations that include testable questions, verifiable hypotheses, and appropriate variables to explore new phenomena or verify the experimental results of others. PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator SE/TE: 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 TR: Entire Laboratory Manual 3251.Inq.4 Select appropriate tools and technology to collect precise and accurate quantitative and qualitative data. SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 124, 126, 241, 272, 341, 354, 453, TR: LAB: 58, 71, 103, , 203, 207, , 228, 234, 237, 239, 247, 249, 251, , 296, , 313, 323, Inq.5 Evaluate the accuracy and precision of data. SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator 3251.Inq.6 Determine if data supports or contradicts a hypothesis or conclusion. SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 IG: TR: Entire Lab Manual PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator 3251.Inq.7 Compare or combine experimental evidence from two or more investigations Inq.8 Recognize, analyze, and evaluate alternative explanations for the same set of observations. SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 SE/TE: Coloring Workbook: 13-14, 30-31, 52-53, 68-69, , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 3251.Inq.9 Analyze experimental results and identify possible sources. PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 PowerPoint Presentations, Figures and Test Generator 3251.Inq.10 Compare conclusions that offer different, but acceptable explanations for the same set of experimental data Inq.11 Formulate and revise scientific explanations and models using logic and evidence. SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 SE/TE: Can be developed from 25, 63, 108, 132, 181, 226, 279, 308, 338, 359, 401, 438, 467, 516, 542, 581 Embedded Technology and Engineering Conceptual Strand - Society benefits when engineers apply scientific discoveries to design materials and processes that develop into enabling technologies. Guiding Question - How do science concepts, engineering skills, and applications of technology improve the quality of life? Course Level Expectations CLE 3251.T/E.1 Explore the impact of technology on social, political, and economic systems. SE/TE: Can be developed from 8-9, 24, 53, 57-58, 80-81, , 113, , , , , 220, , , , , , 353, , 370, 382, , , , 462, , , , PowerPoint Presentations and Figures CLE 3251.T/E.2 Differentiate among elements of the engineering design cycle: design constraints, model building, testing, evaluating, modifying, and retesting. SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 113, , , , ,

6 CLE 3251.T/E.3 Explain the relationship between the properties of a material and the use of the material in the application of a technology. SE/TE: , , PowerPoint Presentations and Figures CLE 3251.T/E.4 Describe the dynamic interplay among science, technology, and engineering within living, earth-space, and physical systems. SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 113, , , , , Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) PowerPoint Presentations and Figures 3251.T/E.1 Distinguish among tools and procedures best suited to conduct a specified scientific inquiry. SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 124, 126, 241, 272, 341, 354, 453, ; IG: 15-18, TR: LAB: 58, 71, 103, , 203, 207, , 228, 234, 237, 239, 247, 249, 251, , 296, , 313, 323, T/E.2 Apply the engineering design process to construct a prototype that meets developmentally appropriate specifications T/E.3 Evaluate a protocol to determine the degree to which an engineering design process was successfully applied T/E.4 Explore how the unintended consequences of new technologies can impact human and non-human communities. SE/TE: Can be developed from 80-81, 113, , , , , SE/TE: Can be developed from 8-9, 24, 53, 57-58, 80-81, , 113, , , , , 220, , , , , , 353, , 370, 382, , , , 462, , , , SE/TE: , , PowerPoint Presentations and Figures 3251.T/E.5 Evaluate the overall benefit to cost ratio of a new technology. SE/TE: , ,

7 3251.T/E.6 Present research on current bioengineering technologies that advance health and contribute to improvements in our daily lives. PowerPoint Presentations and Figures SE/TE: Can be developed from 8-9, 24, 53, 57-58, 80-81, , 113, , , , , 220, , , , , , 353, , 370, 382, , , , 462, , , , PowerPoint Presentations and Figures 3251.T/E.7 Design a series of multi-view drawings that can be used by other students to construct an adaptive design and test its effectiveness. SE/TE: Can be developed from 5-6, 94-97, , 116, 136, 172, 184, , 205 Figures Standard 1 Anatomical Orientation Conceptual Strand 1 - Anatomy and physiology investigates the interdependence of structure and function to form a living, integrated whole. Guiding Question 1 - How is the body organized to function effectively and maintain homeostasis? Course Level Expectations CLE Distinguish between anatomy and physiology. SE/TE: 2 TR: LAB: 1 CLE Investigate the interrelationship between the structures and functions of the body systems. SE/TE: 4-7, 10 TR: LAB: 9-16 CLE Investigate the body cavities, the subdivisions of each cavity, and the organs within each area. SE/TE: 17-22; IG: 4 6

8 TR: LAB: 4-6 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 1.7, 1.8 CLE Use correct anatomical terminology when discussing body structures, sections, and regions. SE/TE: 15-17; IG: 3 TR: LAB: 1-3 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 1.5, 1.6 CLE Describe the body mechanisms that maintain homeostasis. SE/TE: 12-15, 20-21, 76, 101, , 123, 129, 142, 151, 170, , 197, 207, , 234, 239, 245, 248, , , 270, 274, 282, 286, , 291, , 300, , 334, 396, 433, 511, 539, 577 Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure Illustrate the interconnections between anatomy and physiology using a concept map. SE/TE: 9 TR: TESTBANK: T Sequence the levels of structural organization from the molecular level through the organismic level. SE/TE: 1; COLORING WB: 2; IG: 8 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure Use prepared slides to distinguish among different types of tissues. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: 45-46; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-39; IG: 21-28; LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure3.18, 3.19, 3.20, Classify organ systems of the body as either (1) protection, support, and movement, (2) regulation and integration (3) transport, and (4) absorption and excretion. SE/TE: 10-12; IG: 7-8 7

9 Identify the major organs and describe the functions of each body system. TR: TESTBANK: T-17 SE/TE: 4-7; COLORING WB: 2-6; IG: 6-8 TR: TESTBANK: T-16; LAB: Identify and label the body cavities including the subdivisions and organs of each. SE/TE: 21, 24-25; COLORING WB: 9; IG: Apply correct terminology to reference anatomical orientation. TR: TESTBANK: T-1, T-4; LAB 8 SE/TE: 15-19, 24-25; COLORING WB: 8, 10-13; IG: 3 TR: TESTBANK: T-14-15; LAB: Provide examples of bodily mechanisms that serve to maintain homeostasis. SE/TE: 12-15, 20-21, 76, 101, , 123, 129, 142, 151, 170, , 197, 207, , 234, 239, 245, 248, , , 270, 274, 282, 286, , 291, , 300, , 334, 396, 433, 511, 539, 577; COLORING WB: 8 TR: TESTBANK: T-2, T Explain how the body regulates temperature, blood carbon dioxide levels, and blood glucose levels. SE/TE: 12-13, 15, 24-25, 328, 334, 396, Standard 2 Protection, Support, Movement Conceptual Strand 2 - The integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems work together to support, protect, and move body structures as well as maintain homeostasis. Guiding Question 2 - How do body systems aid in support, protection, and movement as well as in maintaining homeostasis? Course Level Expectations CLE Identify structures of the integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems and show the relationship between these structures and their functions. SE/TE: , 129, , TR: LAB: ,

10 CLE Investigate physiological mechanisms that allow the integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems to function. TECH: MEDIA MGR: Fig. 4.4, 5.2, 6.3 SE/TE: , 129, , 177, , 222 Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) TR: LAB: 58-59, , TECH: MEDIA MGR: Table Identify the structures of the skin and explain their role in protecting the body and maintaining homeostasis. SE/TE: , 129; COLORING WB: 59; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-61; LAB: Explain the physiological processes involved in healing the skin and disorders of the skin. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: 65 TR: TESTBANK: T Construct a labeled model of the skin with descriptions of its functions. SE/TE: COLORING WB: 60; IG: 32 TR: LAB: Distinguish between the different types of bones. SE/TE: 135, 179; IG: 38, 43-49, TR: LAB: 73, 87-93, TECH: MEDIA MGR: Fig Describe the physiological mechanisms involved in bone development, growth, and repair. SE/TE: , ; COLORING BOOK: 74-76; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-97; LAB: 75 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 5.4, Identify the major muscles of the body. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: ; IG: 67, TR: LAB:

11 Compare and contrast the axial and appendicular skeletons using a graphic organizer Observe, draw, and label the different types of muscle tissue noting their functions and structure. SE/TE: 134; COLORING WB: 93 SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: 93; IG: 65 TR: LAB: Illustrate the major steps of the sliding filament theory of muscle contraction. SE/TE: , 225; COLORING WB: ; IG: 66 TR: LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 6.8; Essentials of IP: Muscular System Suite Standard 3 Integration and Regulation Conceptual Strand 3 - The nervous and endocrine systems work in an integrative manner to maintain homeostasis and communicate with all other body systems. Guiding Question 3 - What external and internal bodily mechanisms are involved in communication, control, growth, and development? Course Level Expectations CLE Compare and contrast the anatomy and physiology of the central and peripheral nervous systems. SE/TE: , , , 278; COLORING WB: 132 TR: LAB: 149 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 7.2 CLE Describe the structure, function, and developmental aspects of neurons and their supporting glial cells. SE/TE: TR: LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure7.4, 7.6 CLE Investigate the physiology of electrochemical impulses and neural integration. SE/TE:

12 TR: LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure7.9 CLE Investigate organs for perception of external stimuli and to the maintenance of homeostasis. SE/TE: 237, , TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure7.11 CLE Identify the major organs of the endocrine system and the associated hormonal production and regulation. SE/TE: Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) Identify the major areas of the brain and the major structures of the spinal cord. SE/TE: , , ; COLORING WB: , ; IG: 85-89, TR: LAB: , Identify the structure and function of cranial nerves, neurons, neuroglia, and neuromuscular junctions. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: , ; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-120; LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Nervous System Suite Use a graphic organizer to trace the pathways and biochemical changes associated with conduction of an electrochemical impulse. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: ; IG:81; TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Nervous System Suite Construct a model to describe the molecular neurophysiology of membrane potentials in terms of electrolyte function and active transport. SE/TE: 240 TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Nervous System Suite 11

13 Identify the structures and functions of the body s sensory organs. SE/TE: , , , ; COLORING WB: ; IG: 97-98, TR: LAB: Differentiate among the major organs and tissues that comprise the endocrine system. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: ; IG: TR: LAB: 229 TECH: Essentials of IP: Endocrine System Suite Explain how the hormones secreted by endocrine glands regulate the body. SE/TE: 333; COLORING WB: 179, , 186; IG: 116 TR: TESTBANK: ; LAB: 230 TECH: Essentials of IP: Endocrine System Suite Interpret graphs of blood sugar levels in terms of pancreatic function. SE/TE: 328; COLORING WB: 185; IG: 117 TR: LAB: Analyze a case study of a neurological disorder to make a speculative diagnosis or prognosis. SE/TE: 308, 338; COLORING WB: 145 TECH: MEDIA MGR: A Closer Look-Ch. 7 Standard 4 Transport Conceptual Strand 4 - The cardiovascular system transports materials pumped by the heart through blood vessels to all parts of the body. The lymphatic system bathes the body in extracellular fluid and works with the cardiovascular system to provide immunity and regulate fat metabolism. Guiding Question 4 - How does the cardiovascular system transport substances that maintain homeostasis? What mechanisms are involved in staying healthy though the immune responses? Course Level Expectations CLE Identify the molecular and cellular components of the blood and the functions of the blood. SE/TE:

14 TR: LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 10.1 CLE Explore the anatomy of the heart and describe the pathway of blood through this organ. SE/TE: TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Cardiovascular System Suite CLE Describe the biochemical and physiological nature of heart function. CLE Describe the relationship between the structure and function of different types of blood vessels. SE/TE: SE/TE: TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Cardiovascular System Suite CLE Describe the physiological basis of circulation and blood pressure. SE/TE: , TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Cardiovascular System Suite CLE Identify the structures of the lymphatic system. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: , TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 12.6, Table 12.3 CLE Describe the details of the immune response. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: , Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 12.6, Table Describe the different types of blood vessels. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: 210; IG:

15 TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Cardiovascular System Suite Identify the major arteries and veins. SE/TE: 379, 381, ; COLORING WB: TR: LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Cardiovascular System Suite Describe the cellular components and physical characteristics of blood. SE/TE: 346, ; COLORING WB: , 194; IG: TR: LAB: Determine blood types in the ABO system. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: 197; IG: TR: TESTBANK: 199; LAB: , Prepare a model that illustrates the layers, chambers, and valves of the heart. SE/TE: , 400; COLORING WB: 205; IG: TR: LAB: , 256 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure Describe the biochemical and physiological events associated with heart contraction, blood pressure, and blood clotting. SE/TE: , , , ; COLORING WB: 196 TR: TESTBANK: T-199; LAB: , TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure Measure blood pressure and the pulse rates. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: ; IG: TR: LAB: , Draw a diagram that traces the pathway of blood through the heart and lungs. SE/TE: 365, 399, 400; COLORING WB: 204, 207; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-122; LAB:

16 Compare the molecular affinity of hemoglobin to oxygen and carbon monoxide in terms of maintaining homeostasis. TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 11.3 SE/TE: , 359; COLORING WB: 193 TR: LAB: Describe the immune response mechanisms at the cellular level. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: , TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 12.6, Table Relate nonspecific cellular and chemical defenses of the body to environmental factors. SE/TE: , 428; COLORING WB: TR: TESTBANK: T Identify the causes of imbalances in the immune system. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: 248 TR: TESTBANK: 243 Standard 5 Absorption and Excretion Conceptual Strand 5 - The digestive system takes in food and changes it to a usable form. The urinary system removes wastes and maintains osmotic balance. Guiding Question 5 - How does the digestive system convert food into the raw materials that build and fuel the body s cells? How does the urinary system maintain the homeostatic balance of internal fluids? Course Level Expectations CLE Identify organs of the digestive and urinary systems and describe their functions. SE/TE: TR: LAB: , CLE Investigate mechanisms of digestion and food absorption. SE/TE: , TR: LAB:

17 CLE Describe how nutrition, metabolism, and body temperature are related. CLE Explain how the kidneys function to remove wastes from the blood. SE/TE: SE/TE: TR: LAB: Check for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) Compare the structure and function of organs in the digestive system. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: ; IG: TR: LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 14.1; Essentials of IP: Digestive System Suite.us Contrast mechanical and chemical digestion SE/TE: 483, 515; COLORING WB: 284; IG: TR: LAB: 330 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 14.12, 14.13, Trace a selected food through the alimentary canal. SE/TE: 470, ; COLORING WB: 287; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T , T271 TECH: Essentials of IP: Digestive System Suite Identify the enzymes and biochemical reactions that facilitate digestion. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: 286; IG: 169 TR: TESTBANK: T-287; LAB: TECH: Essentials of IP: Digestive System Suite Explain how the products of digestion are absorbed. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: ; IG: 165 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 14.13; Essentials of IP: Digestive System Suite.us Compare and contrast the male and female urinary systems. SE/TE: COLORING WB:

18 Explain how the kidneys act to maintain homeostasis. SE/TE: TR: TESTBANK: T TECH: Essentials of IP: Urinary System Suite Identify the parts of a nephron and describe how they assist in urine formation. SE/TE: 522, 525; COLORING WB: ; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T ; LAB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 15.3; Essentials of IP: Urinary System Suite Describe the composition of urine. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: ; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-309; LAB: , Describe a countercurrent mechanism and explain how it concentrates urine. SE/TE: 524 TR: TESTBANK: T Discuss the importance of water and electrolyte balance. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 15.10, 15.11; Essentials of IP: Fluid & Electrolyte Suite Describe how body temperature is regulated. SE/TE: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Systems in Sync Ch

19 Standard 6 Reproduction, Growth, and Development Conceptual Strand 6 - The reproductive system ensures the continuity of a species. Guiding Question 6 - How do the organs and structures of the reproductive system function to produce successive generations of offspring? Course Level Expectations CLE Identify the essential and accessory organs of the male and female reproductive systems and describe their functions. SE/TE: TR: LAB: CLE Explain hormonal regulation during a typical 28 day menstrual cycle. CLE Summarize the principal events that occur during prenatal development. SE/TE: SE/TE: , Check for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) Relate the structures of the male and female reproductive systems to their functions. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: , ; IG: TR: TESTBANK: T-333; LAB: Describe the role of hormones in controlling the secondary sex characteristics Compare and contrast the processes and products of oogenesis and spermatogenesis. SE/TE: 52, ; COLORING WB: 325; IG: 185 SE/TE: 550, 558; COLORING WB: 323, ; IG: TR: TESTBANK: 334 TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 16.3, Trace the pathway that sperm travel from the testes to the exterior of the body Summarize the events of the menstrual cycle. SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: 319; IG: 182 SE/TE: ; COLORING WB: TR: TESTBANK:

20 Describe the hormonal control mechanisms that regulate the menstrual cycle. SE/TE: 560 TR: COLORING WB: TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure Sequence the stages of human development from fertilization to birth. SE/TE: , ; COLORING WB: 336 TR: TESTBANK: T TECH: MEDIA MGR: Figure 16.15, 16.16, 16.17, 16.18, Table Describe the functions of the placenta. SE/TE: 566; COLORING WB: Research and describe methods of controlling human fertility, and describe their relative effectiveness. SE/TE: TECH: MEDIA MGR: A Closer Look- Ch

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