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1 Centerville Sr.High School Curriculum Mapping Anatomy & Physiology (submitted by Matt Osborne) st Nine Weeks DaysIndiana Standard(s)Skills and concepts covered Resources/Activities/ Labs Vocabulary Assessments for Unit Unit 1, Lesson 1 AP.1.1 AP.1.3 AP.1.4 Identify and describe the main features of human body cells.Explain the importance of the cell membrane in diffusion, active, and passive transport.Compare and contrast mitosis and meiosis.Lecture PowerPoint Worksheet organelles diffusion active transport passive transport Unit 1, Lesson 2 AP 2.1 AP 2.2 AP 2.3 AP 2.4 Define tissue.Compare and contrast epithelial, nerve, muscle and connective tissue.Identify examples of major tissue types in the human body.Lecture PowerPoint Histology Lab epithelial nerve tissue muscle tissue connective tissue Unit 1, Lesson 3 AP 1.2 Define homeostasis.Describe several examples of homeostasis in the human body.

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Hormones and Homeostasis homeostasis Unit 1, Lesson 4 AP 2.5 Describe the main cavities in the human body.List the main organs and functions of the systems of the human body.Lecture PowerPoint worksheet body cavity organ system Unit 1, Lesson 5

Review Unit Test Review Game Unit TestLab activities Worksheets Quiz Unit 1Test Unit 2, Lesson 1 AP 3.1 Describe the role of the hypodermis, dermis, and epidermis.

Lecture PowerPoint Worksheet hypodermis dermis epidermis Unit 2, Lesson 2 AP 3.2 Describe the accessory structures of the skin.Lecture PowerPoint Lab:

Skin Deep sebaceous gland follicle Unit 2, Lesson 3 AP 3.3 AP 3.4 Explain the protective value of skin as related to pigmentation, cancer, sensation, and Vitamin D production Lecture PowerPoint melatonin melanocytes skin cancer Unit 2, Lesson 4

Review Unit Test Review Game Unit TestWorksheet Lab Quiz Unit Test: Integumentary

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Project 2 Unit 3, Lesson 1 AP 4.1 AP 4.3 Explain the way that bones develop in the body, including growth and maintenance.Compare and contrast compact and spongy bone.

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Firm But Flexible osteocytes osteoblasts osteoclasts compact, spongy bone Unit 3, Lesson 2 AP 4.2 Identify the main bones of the axial skeleton.Identify the main bones of the appendicular skeleton.Lecture PowerPoint Worksheet appendicular axial Unit 3, Lesson 3 AP 4.4 AP 4.5 Name the 5 types of joints in the human body.Compare and contrast hinge, pivot, saddle, and gliding joint, and give locations of each.Lecture PowerPoint Lab:

Articulations articulation hinge, pivot, saddle, and gliding joints Unit 3, Lesson 4

Review Unit Test Review Game Unit TestWorksheet Lab Quiz Unit Test: Skeletal

System Unit 4, Lesson 1 AP 5.1 AP 5.2 Label the main features of a muscle fiber, including sarcomere, thick filament and thin filament.Give a summary of the sliding filament theory of muscle contraction.Sequence the events that happen at the neuromuscular junction.Lecture

PowerPoint Video Worksheet muscle fiber sarcomere thick, thin filament sliding filament theory Unit 4, Lesson 2 AP 5.3 AP 5.4 Identify the major muscles of the human body.Compare and contrast isotonic and isometric contractions.

Define muscle fatigue.Lecture

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Muscle Fatigue

and You major muscles of the body isotonic isometric muscle fatigue Unit 4, Lesson 3 AP 5.5 Explain the changes and benefits that skeletal muscles incur from weight training.Compare and contrast hypertrophy and atrophy.Lecture

PowerPoint Video hypertrophy atrophy Unit 4, Lesson 4

Review Unit Test Review Game Unit TestWorksheets Lab Labeling Quiz Unit Test: Muscular

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3 Centerville Sr.High School Curriculum Mapping Anatomy & Physiology (submitted by Matt Osborne) nd Nine Weeks DaysIndiana Standard(s)Skills and concepts covered Resources/Activities/ Labs Vocabulary Assessments for Unit Unit 5, Lesson 1 AP 6.1 AP 6.2 Identify the 3 main parts of a neuron.Compare motor, inter, and sensory neurons.Describe the importance of supporting cells.Describe the role of Schwann cells in nerve impulse conduction.

Lecture PowerPoint Worksheet Classroom demo axon, dendrite, cell body motor, inter, and sensory
neurons neuroglia, Schwann cell myelin sheath Unit 5, Lesson 2 AP 6.3 AP 6.4 AP 6.5 Describe how the movement of sodium and potassium ions is related to the resting potential.Explain the ion changes that occur during the action potential of

a nerve impulse.Compare and contrast inhibitory and excitatory synapses.

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Reaction Time action potential resting potential synapse neurotransmitter excitatory, inhibitory

synapses Unit 5, Lesson 3 AP 6.6 AP 6.7 Diagram the main divisions of the nervous system.

Label the meninges of the brain and spinal cord.Explain the function of cerebrospinal fluid.Identify the main features of the spinal cord.

Sequence the events that occur in a reflex arc.Lecture PowerPoint Computer Lab:

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Nervous System meninges cerebrospinal fluid ventricles gray, white matter reflex arc Unit 5, Lesson 4 AP 6.8 AP 6.9 Label the main divisions of the brain, including brainstem, diencephalon, cerebellum, and cerebrum.Discuss the function of each division.Describe the function of the corpus callosum.Compare and contrast the functioning of the right and left hemispheres of the brain.Lecture PowerPoint Sheep Brain dissection brainstem, diencephalon, cerebellum, cerebrum, corpus callosum, occipital, parietal, frontal, & temporal lobes Lab activities Sheep Brain Dissection Worksheets Quiz Unit Test:

Nervous System 4 Unit 5, Lesson 5 AP 6.10 Identify the components of the autonomic and somatic divisions of the peripheral nervous system
anatomy worksheets high school
Frog External Anatomy - Harmony High School
Frog External Anatomy 1. Observe the dorsal and ventral sides of the frog. Dorsal side color _____ Ventral side color _____ 2. Examine the hind legs. (centerville.k12.in.us)
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Syllabus for Anatomy & Physiology K nob Noster High School Mr. Mike Hough, Instructor Anatomy is the study of the location, appearances and relationships of … (kolbeforum.org)
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Frog External Anatomy 1.Observe the dorsal and ventral sides of the frog.Dorsal side color ___________ Ventral side color ____________2.Examine the hind legs.

How many toes are present on each foot? ________ Are the toes webbed? ______3.Examine the forelegs.

How many toes are present? _________Are the toes webbed? _______4.Use a ruler to measure your frog, measure from the tip of the head to the end of the frog's backbone (do not include the legs in your measurement).Compare the length of your frog to other frogs Your Frog (cm)Frog 2Frog 3Frog 4Frog 5Average Length

5.Locate the frog's eyes, the nictitating membrane is a clear membrane that attached to the bottom of the eye.Use tweezers to carefully remove the nictitating membrane.You may also remove the eyeball.What color is the nictitating membrane? _______ What color is the eyeball? _________6.

Just behind the eyes on the frog's head is a circular structure called the tympanic membrane.The tympanic membrane is used for hearing.Measure the diameter (distance across the circle) of the tympanic membrane.

Diameter of tympanic membrane _______cm7.

Feel the frog's skin.Is it scaley or is it slimey? ____________Anatomy of the Frog's MouthProcedure: Pry the frog's mouth open and use scissors to cut the angles of the frog's jaws open.Cut deeply enough so that the frog's mouth opens wide enough to view the structures inside.1.Locate the tongue.Play with the tongue.

Does it attach to the front or the back of the mouth? __________ (You may remove the tongue)2.In the center of the mouth, toward the back is a single round opening.This is the esophagus.This tube leads to the stomach.Use a probe to poke into the esophagus.3.Close to the angles of the jaw are two openings, one on each side.These are the Eustachian tubes.

They are used to equalize pressure in the inner ear while the frog is swimming.Insert a probe into the Eustachian tube.To what structure does the Eustachian tube attach? _____________________4.

Just behind the tongue, and before you reach the esophagus is a slit like opening.(You may need to use your probe to get it to open up).This slit is the glottis, and it is the opening to the lungs.

The frog breathes and vocalizes with the glottis.5.The frog has two sets of teeth.The vomarine teeth are found on the roof of the mouth.

The maxillary teeth are found around the edge of the mouth.Both are used for holding prey, frogs swallow their meals whole and do NOT chew.6.On the roof of the mouth, you will find two tiny openings, if you put your probe into those openings, you will find they exit on the outside of the frog.

These are the nostrils.Draw the frogs mouth.

Label each of the structures underlined above.Complete the chart teeth Eustachian tubes Nictitating MembraneTympanic Membrane Esophagus Glottis TongueFrog Internal Anatomy Dissection Instructions1.

Place the frog in the dissecting pan ventral side up.2.

Use scissors to life the abdominal muscles away from the body cavity.

Cut along the midline of the body from thepelvic to the pectoral girdle.3.

Make transverse (horizontal) cuts near the arms and legs.4.

Life the flaps of the body wall and pin back.*If your specimen is a female, the body may be filled with eggs and an enlarged ovary.

You may need to remove these eggs to view the organs.Locate each of the organs below.

Fat Bodies --Spaghetti shaped structures that have a bright orange or yellow color, if you have a particularly fat frog, these fat bodies may need to be removed to see the other structures.

Usually they are located just on the inside of the abdominal wall.

Peritoneum

A spider web like membrane that covers many of the organs, you may have to carefully pick it off to get a clear view

Liver--The largest structure of the the body cavity.

This brown colored organ is composed of three parts, or lobes.

The right lobe, the left anterior lobe, and the left posterior lobe.

The liver is not primarily an organ of digestion, it does secrete a digestive juice called bile.

Bile is needed for the proper digestion of fats.

Heart - at the top of the liver, the heart is a triangular structure.The left and right atrium can be found at the top of the heart.A single ventricle located at the bottom of the heart.The large vessel extending out from the heart is the conus arteriosis.

Lungs - Locate the lungs by looking underneath and behind the heart and liver.They are two spongy organs.

Gall bladder--Lift the lobes of the liver, there will be a small green sac under the liver.

This is the gall bladder, which stores bile.(hint: it kind of looks like a booger)

Stomach--Curving from underneath the liver is the stomach.

The stomach is the first major site of chemical digestion.

Frogs swallow their meals whole.

Follow the stomach to where it turns into the small intestine.

The pyloric sphincter valve regulates the exit of digested food from the stomach to the small intestine.

Small Intestine--Leading from the stomach.

The first straight portion of the small intestine is called the duodenum, the curled portion is the ileum.

The ileum is held together by a membrane called the mesentery.

Note the blood vessels running through the mesentery, they will carry absorbed nutrients away from the intestine.

Absorption of digested nutrients occurs in the small intestine.

Large Intestine--As you follow the small intestine down, it will widen into the large intestine.

The large intestine is also known as the cloaca in the frog.

The cloaca is the last stop before wastes, sperm, or urine exit the frog's body.

(The word "cloaca" means sewer)

Spleen--Return to the folds of the mesentery, this dark red spherical object ser
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I actually finished one of my anatomy worksheets before coming back to fanfiction i'm proud of myself
we did two worksheets on the bones that make up your skull in anatomy and we did our outline for the next chapter in English.
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