Wednesday June 6th
Lab practical! Approx. 22 stations. See attached study guide
Monday June 4th–
Review for Final (see attached review sheet)
Short lecture on kidneys (major parts and functions)
Thursday May 31st-
The Kidneys, Bladder and Ureters
For those of you on music tours…. Watch Bozeman science to prep for kidney dissection next class. You can dissect during class and review for the final at home or come in before school (as a group) to dissect before school at 8am.
Thursday May 24th–
Finish all odds and ends for Circulatory system. Worksheets 9-4 and 9-5 in class
Review for Tuesdays Cardiovascular/Circulatory test.
Tuesday May 22nd–
Review white blood cells (types of cells, “superpowers” and limitations of)
Start Lymphatic system- Watch Crash course video (especially for students testing today)
Classwork: Notes on lymphatic system (notes 9-6) and worksheets 9-7 and 9-8
Turn in Blood superheroes today!
Friday May 18th
Blood Cell Super Hero Assignment in class.
- Use the following website, as well as your own textbook to take notes of 7 basic types of blood cells (red and white) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2263/
- Complete Super Hero assignment (copy available in class) . Due Tuesday at beginning of class
HW Notes 9.4 white blood cells
Wednesday May 16th-
Lecture: basic parts/types of blood vessels.
In class: work on notes- section 9-5 on plasma and blood clotting.
Due: So far we have completed notes 9-1, 9-2, 9-3 and 9-5 (today)
HW Notes 9.4 and complete your blood superhero assignment
Thursday May 10th-
Dr. Thomas Oliver, Cardiologist PeaceHealth
- EKG, echocardiogram
- (Look at the valves within the heart in real time, look at electrical system of a heart)
- Take good notes, ask good questions, practice good audience etiquette.
- If you are texting during this you will receive a “0” for participation.
Tuesday May 8th-
Introduction to Unit 9- Circulation/Blood vessels
- Major pathways of blood to brain, arms, legs
- Add these pathways to your 2-D person
- Turn in take home quiz from last Friday
HW Notes: Section 9-1 Blood vessel structure due Thursday
Friday May 4th–
Dr. Kelly McCullough, a gastroenterologist from PeaceHealth will be here to talk about the digestive system. This will be a great chance to review the digestive system, which will be included in our final exam during the first week of June.
You will be graded on your notes, attentiveness and questions. Any cell phone use during this presentation will result in a substantial loss of participation points.
HW Short take home test for unit 8. Notes section 9.1. Due Tuesday, May 8th
Wednesday May 2nd-
Blood pressure day! Learn how to take blood pressure and interpret results. Alyssa Johnson (school nurse) will help teach this lesson.
Collect notes and w/s packet for unit 8
Monday April 30th–
Finish Lung/Trachea lab- Microstructure and analysis questions.
Small lecture: Breathing and respiration- get out the lung model and discuss inspiration/expiration, diaphragm, muscles involved and pressure differences inside/outside lungs when breathing.
HW Notes and w/s for Unit 8 are due Wednesday
Wednesday April 25th–
Lab 8.5 Lung/Trachea removal.
This is a long and detailed lab. We will finish the gross structure today and microstructure on Monday
HW All notes and w/s for chapter 8 will be collected Wednesday May 2nd.
Monday April 23rd–
Things that affect heart rate (hormones, nervous system, temperature, pressure sensors)
3 types of heart problems, treatments/preventions/new research
Lecture on respiratory system- upper respiratory (through larynx) is review-
Prep for Wednesday’s lab: removal of lungs/trachea in pig
Notes through 8.6 should be done by wednesday
Thursday April 19th
https://geekymedics.com/how-to-read-an-ecg/ – complete EKG basics
Khan academy video on EKG readings: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/circulatory-system-diseases/dysrhythmias-and-tachycardias/v/normal-sinus-rhythm-on-ecg
Tuesday- April 17th–
sheep heart dissection.
No write up- just a dissection
Friday April 13th–
Cow Heart! Look at, draw, follow the vessels into the chambers, look at the valves that are visible.
Quick review of coronary circulation
Intro to Electrical System of heart
Activity: Add a heart to your 2D life sized person. Include 4 chambers, 4 valves and 4 vessels. If time add the AV and SA nodes
HW Notes 8.4 and 8.5
Wednesday April 11th–
Heart Dissection Part 12018Heart Dissection Part 1
Remove the heart from the pig.
HW Notes through 8.3, W/s 8.1 and 8.2
Monday April 9th-
Review of Circulatory System- Bozeman Science Circulatory system video (11 min)
Finish lecture/notes on 8.1 in notes packet
Homework: You should have notes 8.1 and 8.2 done by Wednesday 4/11. Worksheet packet 8.1 (this is what we did in class today so it may already be finished)
Thursday March 29th-
Start heart unit- flow of blood through the heart
Color code 4 chambers of the heart based on oxygen levels in blood. Identify 4 chambers, 4 valves and where blood is going next.
HW Finish notes section 8.1
Tuesday March 27th-
Unit 7 test on the digestive system
Friday March 23rd
Review for test
Get all packets stamped
Wednesday March 21st
Finish intestine lab
Microstructure of Intestine
Monday March 19th-
Lab: Removal of small intestines! Prize for group with the longest unbroken intestine.
Thursday March 15th–
Quick pancreas quiz (endocrine/exocrine functions of )
Small Intestine- macrostructure and microstructure, color and label diagram to go with notes
Class activity: Add accessory organs to the digestive system of your life sized paper person (liver, gall bladder, pancreas). This should be a useful study guide for the digestive system test (most likely Friday March 23rd)
Homework: Notes through 7.5 (small intestine) and worksheets through 7.3 (pancreas) Write up any labs that are not finished.
Tuesday March 13th-
Notes/discussion on hormones made in pancreas (to control blood sugar) and hormones made in small intestine (that interact with liver, gallbladder and pancreas)
Lab 7.3 Pancreas. Intro, sketch, quiz and summary questions.
Homework: At this point you should have notes through 7.4 done (by Thursday) as well as worksheets through 7.3 (pancreas) . If you have time worksheet 7.4 would be a nice review as well. On Thursday we will add accessory structures to our cut out person (liver, gall bladder, pancreas) and start introducing microstructure of intestines.
Thursday March 8th
50 minute period
Quick diagram quiz on microstructure of the liver (lobules) and basic organs in digestive system (liver, gallbladder, pancreas, small intestine- where they are)
Discuss exocrine and endocrine function of the pancreas. Nice 4 minute video overview at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZ4zcrTzUjA Also consider watching the short video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNf–q0YMq8
HW Worksheet 7/1 and 7/2
Notes: be current up to 7.4 by Tuesday
Tuesday March 6th
In class: Lab 7.2 Liver Microstructure
HW: notes 7. 2 and 7.3 due next class
Friday March 2nd–
Liver dissection. Lab must include: 2 sigs, questions, picture or sketches (with labeled parts) and conclusion. Have completed by Tuesday
Wednesday February 28th-
Test- upper digestive system
Lecture: gross anatomy of liver
HW Notes: section 7.1 liver
Thursday February 22th–
Finish upper digestive system.
Notes: Regulation of Gastric Secretions- negative feedback
Cephalic, Gastric, Intestinal
Start working on life sized human diagram of upper digestive. Include salivary glands, layers of the stomach, esophagus, tongue and any other important anatomical terms that will help you study for the test
Homework- Finish all notes from notes packet and all worksheets. Due Monday
Tuesday February 20th
Get data for pepsin lab (digesting of egg whites)
Lab 6.3 stomach removal (we will save opening the stomach for Thursday)
Homework: Finish write up for Pepsin lab and Stomach lab. Due Friday
Thursday, February 8th– this is a short class! Be ready to complete the second part of lab 6.2 (throat)
Homework: Finish write up of 6.2 lab, complete worksheet 6-3, oral cavity) Notes: 6.4 stomach structure- due next Tuesday 2/13
Tuesday, February 6th–
Lecture- wrapping up details on notes 6.1 and 6.2 including:
Tooth cells (ameloblasts, odontoblasts, odontoclasts, structure of a tooth, accessory structures of mouth (tongue, teeth, salivary glands), soft palate, hard palate, vestibule, uvula and parts of the tongue (papillae- filliform, fungiform and vallate)
In class: color code diagram of layers of a tooth and tape into journal, prepare for part 2 of lab 6.2 (this is where we break the jaw to expose anatomy of throat).
Homework: Notes 6.3 (throat) and Worksheets 6-1 through 6-2
Friday, February 2nd
Quick power point on Salivary glands
Lab 6.2 The mouth We will complete Part 1: Exposing the Salivary Glands. Include: summary of procedure, pictures (from camera or sketches) and questions and answers 1-6. You will have a mini quiz (oral quiz) for a “sig” after completing dissection and questions.
Part 2 will be next week.
Wednesday, January 31st
Quiz on Monday and last Friday’s vocabulary (see words from 2 previous posts)
20 minutes to work on notes section 6.1Unit 6 Notes Section 1
Build teeth models
Short lecture on 6.1 (upper digestive system)
Unit 6 Notes Section 2Homework: notes 6.2
Monday, January 29th
* Check out text Books/return neuroscience books
- Lecture on more vocab- superior/inferior medial/lateral proximal/distal dorsal/ventral posterior/anterior
- Text Anatomic terms pgs 18-19 (homework, read and add to notes as needed)pg 21 Body Sections
- Vocab quiz Wed (all terms listed from Thurs/Mon)
- Lab 3.4 Whole Pig Appreciation (also called Pig external anatomy)
Practice for Wednesday’s quiz body-terms-quiz-study-guide
Welcome to Anatomy (the study of form) and Physiology (the study of function)
Short history of the study of anatomy
Basic Anatomical vocabulary: sagittal, midsagittal, frontal/coronal, cross section (transverse/horizontal) and oblique, anatomical position, axial and appendicular
Practice with vocabulary terms using our class skeleton
Autopsy of a Pickle: Try to determine the cause of death while using your new vocabulary to complete your first dissection. In journal.
Wednesday 6/14/17– Lab Final!!!! Say good-bye to your pigs. Respectfully dispose of pigs and clean up lab stations.
Monday 6/12/17 and Tuesday 6/13/17 Study for Lab Final. Practice problems and stations will be out.
Friday 6/9/17– Labs 10.1 and 10.4 due today at end of period!!!!
No work accepted after today!! Please mark labs with a sticky note and place in class bin. The “in” box will be removed on Friday at 2:15 pm.
In class: Time to finish lab write ups and start study guide for Lab Final
Wednesday 6/7/17 – Mr. Ferguson will be here to help with Lab 10.4
One sig needed for quiz on female and male reproductive parts/functions in pigs
Labs due Friday
Tuesday 6/6/17– Kidney diseases- Short videos on 3-D printing of kidneys/other organs
Prep for lab 10.4 Reproductive Organs (pre-lab and pre-lab diagrams)
Monday 6/5/17– Part 3 Urinary System- Kidney microstructure
Friday 6/2/17- Urinary System dissection. Mr. Ferguson will be here to help with this difficult dissection. If you are on the band or orchestra trip please arrange a make up day for this lab.
Wednesday 5/31/17– Periods 1-6 today
Finish kidney/nephron structure/function/health
Look at Kidney Dialysis as a way of “cleaning” the blood without kidneys
Prep for Friday’s Urinary System dissection
Complete all worksheets to review kidney/nephron before Friday.
Tuesday 5/30/17– Continue with nephron/structure of kidney.
What can go wrong with the kidney? How to keep your kidneys healthy
* Good podcast for absent students: “Crash Course” A and P lecture #39 on the Urinary System (Part 2) Please watch and take notes.
Monday 5/29/17- Memorial Day- No School
Urinary lecture- PPT urinary system
HW Read pgs 797-803 (structure and function of kidney/ nephrons)
Good podcasts: “Crash course” A and P lecture #38 on Urinary System and Bozeman Science “Urinary System” I would highly recommend that you watch both of these if you missed Friday.
Blood typing lab. Include summary of blood typing (history of), your scenario, data tables 1 and 2 and data analysis questions in complete sentences.
HW Take home test due Friday
Dynamic lecture on the Lymphatic system. What is Lymph? Where does it come from? What does it become? What is the purpose of the lymphatic system? What would happen if we didn’t have a lymphatic system?
Review white blood cells- especially Lymphocytes (B and T cells). Watch Bozeman science “Immune system part 2” for a review.
HW W/S packet and notes packet due today!!
MSOE- story on Engineered Red Blood Cells. Compare to story from another research team using a very different approach.
Wednesday 5/17/17- Finish RBC lecture
- White blood cells
- Lymphocytes (B and T cells)
Blood Superhero Assignment – due Monday Superhero Assignment
Worksheet Packet (Unit 9) and Notes Packet (Unit 9) due Monday
Tuesday 5/16/17- How Blood Pressure is Controlled
* Crash course Blood Pressure (1:37- 7 min) https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=crash+course+on+blood+pressure&view=detail&mid=DAB8328B79420AA56C14DAB8328B79420AA56C14&FORM=VIRE
* Baroreceptors, Hormones, Volume of Blood and Effects of chronic high blood pressure
*Introduce Red Blood Cells
HW: Notes 9.4 (white blood cells and Platelets
Monday 5/15/17- Cool science in the news (using cone snail venom as a potential painkiller) – tie into Opioid epidemic
- Finish last weeks’ labs- Blood vessel lab, Blood pressure lab and human paper cutout of blood pathways.
- Check notes 9.2 and 9.3
Friday 5/12/17- Blood Pressure Lab
Alyssa Johnson (school R.N.) will show us how to take blood pressure. We will use this new skill in our exercise and blood pressure lab
HW we will stamp/correct w/s 9.2 and 9.3 and notes 9.2 and 9.3
Wednesday 5/10/17– Lab 9.2 Blood vessels.
Can we find and expose the major arteries and veins in the thoracic and abdominal cavity of the pig??
HW Notes 9.2 and 9.3 due Friday
Tuesday 5/9/17– Review blood pathways from yesterday. You are a red blood cell, lost in the left ventricle. You ask for directions to the left ankle. Please describe what these directions would sound.
Returning to the heart. Add appropriate veins to get blood back to the vena cava from each location from yesterday.
HW W/S packet 9.2 and 9.3 due Friday
Monday 5/8/17– Major Blood vessels. Learn pathways of blood from left ventricle to: head, wrist, kidney, liver and ankle. Add these pathways (named) to your life sized human.
Friday 5/5/17– Finish write up of Lab 9.1 including quiz signature (compare and contrast veins and arteries)
HW WS packet 9.1 and 9.2 This includes a review of blood vessels as well as an introduction of blood pathways. Due Monday
Wednesday 5/3/17– Dr. Thomas Oliver, Cardiologist from PeaceHealth will give a presentation on the structure and function of the heart, including its electrical system.
Heart Imaging and EKG’s on students (with prior parental approval)
Take good notes, ask good questions
Tuesday 5/2/17– Start unit 9 Blood and Blood vessels
Quick review of major types of blood vessels and their structure and function
HW Notes 9.1 due Friday
Monday 5/1/17– Unit 8 test (respiratory/cardiovascular)
Friday 4/28/17– 1/2 day with 30 minute periods.
- All worksheet packet pages due (stamped)
- Notes- unit 8 due (stamped)
- We will review for the test on Monday (Unit 8)
Wednesday 4/26/17– Finish write-up for last Wednesday’s trachea/lung dissection. This includes the quiz on breathing.
Complete w/s 8-5 Respiratory Disorders. Then choose 1 disorder and describe how the disease has been treated in the past. Research any new treatment options and describe how they are (or possibly could) improve the outcomes for patients. Write 2 paragraphs and include sources. NIH and American Heart Association are excellent starting points.
HW: All pages of w/s packet and all notes for unit 8 due Friday. Half credit for late work. Quiz on Cardio/respiratory systems on Monday
Quick quiz on blood flow through heart/parts of heart
Lecture: Respiratory System- the process of breathing (continue from last Wednesday’s lab)
including: ventilation vs. respiration, pressure, intercostal muscles, inspiration, diaphragm, pleural membrane, expiration, phrenic nerves and surface tension.
HW : complete WS for unit 8 through 8-4 (8-3 The respiratory system and 8-4 Breathing)
Review of all major concepts in this unit
- Coronary vs. Systemic blood flow, including where blood detours to the coronary arteries (or keeps going through the aorta)
- All major vessels, valves, chambers included in the heart
Electrical signals to control heart rate (review pgs 565-566)
- Bozeman Science Circulation (video) at 8:21- 11 min to review pathway
- What controls SA node? (sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic, hormones, pressure sensors)
HW Keep working on W/S packet for unit 8. Packet due Friday 4/28
Finish 8.5 lab. Get stamps for lab quiz (pathway of respiratory system) and lung/trachea removal.
HW. Finish notes packet (due Monday)
Get notes 8.4 and 8.5 stamped today
Lab 8.5 The respiratory system. We will attempt to remove the lungs and trachea while leaving the heart in place.
Tuesday 4/18/17- The Heart’s electrical conduction system
Notes 8.2 and 8.3 stamped in class
HW: Notes 8.4 and 8.5 due Friday
Heart Health- diet, exercise, controlled stress, genetics
Common Heart problems and procedures that are used to treat them:
* blocked arteries – bypass surgery or angioplasty with stents
* Valve abnormalities- many don’t require treatment
* electrical abnormalities- some can be treated with pacemakers
Short video clips: heartprocedures
HW notes sections 8-2 and 8-3 (mostly review) due Tuesday
Walls of the heart, covering of the heart, coronary vs systemic blood circulation (notes)heartcover
heartcover2Stamp HW (notes- 8.1)
HW for this weekend: WS 8/1 and WS 8/2 due Monday
Wednesday 4/12/17– Expose the heart by opening the thoracic cavity. Include a picture/sketch in your lab journal. Include a description of the blood flow through the heart (all 4 chambers, blood vessels coming to and going from heart, and all 4 valves).
Start structure of the heart. Color code heart diagram, discuss parts/functions and pathway of blood through heart
HW Notes section 8.1 (due Friday)
Finish write up of lab 7.4 (small intestine) Omit conclusion #1 (about your hypothesis).
Look at the microstructure of the ilium (lower small intestine) and answer questions 1-7 from lab 7.5 This is NOT a complete lab write up. Look at the slides and answer the questions.
Unit 7 test (all digestion)
Have a restful spring break. No homework!
If you really, really want to do some homework, you can get started on Unit 8 notes. Unit 8 Notes Section 1
Have all unit 7 notes and worksheets done by today!!
Lab: intestine dissection
Tuesday 3/28/17- Large intestine lecture
-structure and function of large intestines
Monday 3/27 – Ted Talk “Meet your microbes” by Jonathon Eisen- how bacteria affect your health https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=meet+your+microbes+ted+talk&view=detail&mid=3681CD45E96FE4CE281A3681CD45E96FE4CE281A&FORM=VIRE
Friday 3/23 – lecture small instestine
HW Notes 7.6
Pancreas- exposure and Pancreas microstructure (lab)
HW notes 7.5 due Friday (intestines)
Lecture: The endocrine and exocrine functions of the liver
HW Notes 7.4 due Wed w/s 7.4 due wed
Today’s lesson plans (in detail) Monday
Liver: Add the liver to your life sized human model. Details in word document above
HW: Worksheet 7.2 Ducts from Gallbladder and Pancreas (due Wed) and w/s 7.3 The Pancreas (due Wed)
Pig Liver dissection day!
Homework: Notes 7.3 Pancreas and worksheet 7.1 (liver)
Tuesday 3/14/17 and Wednesday 3/15/17
Liver lecture days on gross structure and microstructure of liver
Homework due: Notes 7.1 For Friday: notes 7.2
Monday March 13th– Upper digestive system test
Start lower digestive system unit
Notes packet 7.1 (liver) due Wednesday Unit 7 Notes Section 1
- This week: Liver
- Next week: Pancreas
- Following week: intestines
Friday March 31st digestive system test (day before spring break)
Friday March 10th- bonus teaching and learning day! 30 minute periods
In class: Finish getting data for Pepsin lab, write conclusion
Super short lecture on Vitamins (see slides 4-6 on attached powerpoint) Unit 6 Vitamins & Minerals
HW : Upper digestive system test on Monday. I will collect notes packet and W/s Packet. Have them all completed. Study suggestions Study Suggestions for Monday
Wednesday March 8th-
Finish Microstructure of Stomach lab (questions, tape in pictures)
Complete lab 6.5 Pepsin production- we will set up a lab comparing the digestive capabilities of HCl, Pepsinogen, water, and Pepsin.
Tuesday, March 7th– Lab 6.4 Microstructure of Stomach.
This is not a full lab. Look at the stomach slides under low and high power to find the parts listed in the manual. You do not need to sketch the parts but try to take a photo of each. I can print them for your lab book. Complete questions.
Monday, March 6th– Regulation of gastric secretions (notes/lecture)
Where/when are: amylase, lipase, pepsin (a protease) produced?
Friday, March 3rd– Finish Monday’s activity (layers of the stomach). Finish write up of stomach lab (questions, conclusion, labeled diagrams).
HW- due Tuesday – Finish page 2 of w/s 6-4
– Notes section 6.5 (stomach secretions)
Wednesday, March 1st– Stomach removal day. Lab 6.3
Tuesday, February 28th– Snow day! Ahhhhh!
Monday, February 27th– See attached lesson plans for layers of the stomach (mucosa, submucosa, muscle and serous) and group activity.
HW: Read lab 6.3 (stomach dissection)
Friday, February 24th- Start stomach lecture and coloring of macro and microstructure
Homework: Notes 6.4 due Monday (stomach structure)
Wednesday, February 22nd– Finish Lab 6.2 Mouth dissection.
HW WS 6.4 page 1 only (stop before the stomach)
Tuesday, February 21st– Lecture: Mouth, tongue, prep for tomorrow’s lab
HW : notes: 6.3 (throat, pharynx, esophagus)
Monday, February 20th– President’s Day (no school)
Friday, February 17th-
Notes due: Section 6.1 and 6.2 Unit 6 Notes Section 2
Salivary glands lecture and practice Lab 6.2 part 1 (the mouth)
Homework: Notes packet- 6.3 due Wednesday 2/22 (you have these)
Wednesday, February 15th–
Lab 3.4 Full pig appreciation
Tuesday, February 14th–
Introduction to digestive system (notes)- basic structures of digestive system and accessory organs (notes available in class)
Teeth– types and functions of each
– layers of a tooth
Homework (due Friday) Notes: section 6.2 and text reading (see 6.2)
Monday, February 13th– See last Monday’s entry
Monday, February 6th-
Snow Day- If we have school tomorrow we will still have our quiz (see Friday’s post)
We will (hopefully) start the first pig lab day on Wednesday (Full pig appreciation)- no scalpels on day one)
Homework: For those of you that have time on your hands
Unit 6 Notes Section 1 dueWednesday (2/15) We will start with the mouth/teeth/tongue.
Friday, February 3rd–
Lecture: Levels of organization – from an atom to an organism, homeostasis. How these two big topics tie in to anatomy.
Notes- section 1.2 checked in class.
HW : Notes section 1.3 due Monday, study guide for Monday’s quiz body-terms-quiz-study-guide
Wednesday, February 1st–
Autopsy of a Pickle Lab- available in class. There are a couple pickle cadavers left if you were absent Wednesday and need to make this up. Notes section 1.2 checked in class
HW- Notes section 1.2 due Friday
Tuesday, January 31st
Practice using vocabulary from yesterday (body planes) in warm up question planeswarmupjan31
Introduce directional terminology (notes in class)
Worksheet 1-1 (in class)
Monday, January 30th
Welcome to Anatomy! Today we will turn in our Neuroscience textbooks and check out the Anatomy text. Please put your name in the book (on a sticky note) and take your book home. Do not bring your book to school every day. We have a class set.
This class will be divided into 5 units. During each unit you will have a guided notes packet, a worksheet packet and a lab manual. The guided notes section will help you take notes using the textbook and to prepare for our lectures. You may write on the packet or in your journal. The worksheet packet will give you a chance to practice using the new terminology and concepts that were introduced in the textbook and during lecture. The lab manual will allow you to have learn more about each topic through detailed dissections of the fetal pig.
Unit 1: Anatomical terms and basic dissection skills.
Unit 2: Upper digestive system (mouth through stomach)
Unit 3: Lower digestive system (liver, pancreas and intestines)
Unit 4: Heart and lungs
Unit 5: Urinary and reproductive systems
Please check this site frequently for homework, quiz and lab updates.
Homework: Notes Section 1 due Wednesday (10 pts)
Wednesday 6/15 Last day of school. 25 min periods. Lab clean-up
Tuesday 6/14/16- Last dissection- Remove reproductive organs of the pig
Monday 6/13/16 No class (1,3, 5 block)
Friday 6/10/16 – Teacher workday.
Thursday 6/9/16 – Lab Final and unit 9 test
Last day to hand in anything that you would like me to grade
Tuesday 6/7/16– Review for lab final, and unit 9 test
Monday 6/6/16- Finish Kidney and bladder lab write up, and notes
Friday 6/3/16- 1,3,5 block day due (no anatomy classes today)
Thursday 6/2/16 Dissection – Kidney and bladder.
Wednesday 6/1/16 Late arrival due to biology EOC
Introduction to kidney and bladder. Unit 10 lab journals passed out. No W/S packet for this unit
Tuesday 5/31/16 Finish Unit 9 – Notes on Lymphatic System
In class: W/S 9-7 The Lymphatic System and 9-8 Lymph Drainage
Monday 5/30/16 Memorial Day- No School
Friday 5/27/16 Guest Speaker, Dr. Kelly McCollough- gastroenterologist
10 points given for notes taken and questions asked.
Thursday 5/26/16 Blood Typing Activity using synthetic blood
* present superhero assignment in small groups.
HW: W/S 9-5 Circulation Pathways
Tuesday 5/24/16 “Blood Cell Superhero” Superhero Assignment
Monday 5/23/16 Notes: Composition of Blood and 7 types of blood cells. Available in class.
Thursday 5/19/16 Finish Monday’s blood vessel life sized diagram. Each group will present their pathway. These pathways will be displayed around the room to review major blood vessels.
Major Blood Pathways pig dissection. We will attempt to locate the major blood vessels in the fetal pig. Depending on the size and condition of your pig we may be able to find some or all of the vessels described in this lab.
Tuesday 5/17/16 Our school nurse, Alyssa Johnson, will show us how to take blood pressure. We will start Blood Pressure Lab
HW Finish any questions from Blood Pressure Lab
Monday 5/16/16 Major blood vessels. On a full size human outline, use red and blue ribbon to trace blood flow to one of the following places: left hand, right side of face, left big toe, kidney or kidney.
HW Notes 9.2 due Tuesday
Friday 5/13/16- Lecture on Arteries and Veins. Complete WS 9.1
HW Notes 9.1 due Monday
Thursday 5/12/16 Start Unit 9 Blood Vessels, Blood, Lymphatic System
Lab 9.1 Blood Vessels (this does not involve the pig and can easily be made up on Friday for those taking AP tests today)
Tuesday 5/10/16 Unit 8 test. You may have one small notecard with you
Monday 5/9/16 Review day for tomorrow’s test
Correct worksheet packet and notes for Unit 8
Friday 5/6/16– Finish lab 8.5 Microstructure of lungs
Study guide for unit 8 test and one small notecard passed out.
Thursday 5/5/16 Lab 8.5 Remove pig lungs
Friday 4/29/16– Enjoy your teacher workday.
Lab 8.4 Respiration lab in class
Notes 8.5 and 8.6 due
HW ws 8.4 due Monday
Start respiratory system- notes on function of respiratory system, organs of the respiratory system
WS 8.3 in class
HW Notes 8.6 due Thursday
Finish Conduction system of heart powerpoint (review of conduction from last week)
HW Notes 8.5 due Thursday
Friday 4/22/16 Happy Earth Day
Finish write up and quizzes for Heart dissection lab
Start EKG lab
HW study for Monday’s quiz on systemic and coronary circulation and conduction system of heart
Thursday 4/21/16 Lab 8.2 Heart dissection
We will use both the fetal pig heart and a cow heart and a sheep heart for this lab
Notes 8.3 and WS 8.2 due today in class.
Mini Lecture on heart’s conduction system. 2 minute video
Practice interpreting EKG/ECGs at: http://www.practicalclinicalskills.com/ekg-course-contents.aspx?courseid=301 (choose EKG, then EKG interpretations/basic)
Homework: Notes 8-4 due Thursday
Introduction to the Coronary Pathway- how the heart supplies itself with blood
HW W/S 8-2 and Notes 8-3 due Thursday
Science in the News Day: If absent, please choose 2 articles to read and summarize. Also describe why (or why not) this article could be important to the advancement of heart health care.
Heart review: Color code the valves, chordae tendineae, and papillary muscle on the heart sketch from class. Color code “circulation through the heart” diagram with red to indicate high oxygen blood and blue to indicate low oxygen blood.
HW WS 8.1 due Monday
Lab 8.1 Body Position vs Heart Rate
HW lab write up if not finished
Review valves, vessels and chambers of the heart.
New: Walls of the heart, Coverings of the Heart
HW Notes Secion 8.2 due Thursday
Monday 4/11/16 Start “Structures of the Heart”
HW Notes Section 8.1 due Thursday
Links to notes:
Spring Break: No homework!!
Friday 4/1/16 Digestive Diseases in the News
HW- NO HW!! Enjoy spring break and come back feeling refreshed and ready to learn.
If you feel the need to work ahead, (you know who you are), you can start Unit 8- heart and lungs. The first weeks’ reading and notes set is from pages 564- 582. Here is a copy of the notes outline: Unit 8 Notes Section 1
Thursday 3/31/16 Unit 7 test
Tuesday 3/29/16 Review day for test.
Self- correct W/S 7.1 – 7.9 and review any unclear concepts
Potential Long answer questions for Thursday’s test:
Monday 3/28/16 Large intestine- finish lecture
Group work: Finish life sized sketch of person, showing the chemical and mechanical digestion in the mouth, stomach, small intestine and large intestine. Include accessory structures (liver, gall bladder and pancreas) which produce hormones, enzymes and other chemicals necessary in digestion.
HW W/S 7.9 due Tuesday
Friday 3/25 Lecture: Large Intestines
In class: Finish Conclusion from yesterday’s lab. If not complete please complete by Monday
HW WS 7.8 Large Intestine
Notes 7.6 Large Intestine
** For those of you that somehow misplaced your notes packet, here are the word documents for each:
Thursday 3/24 Lab: 7.5 Small Intestine Microstructure. We will finish all parts of this except the conclusion (which will be completed after the large intestine lecture)
HW w/s 7.7 The digestive system
Lecture: Small Intestine
HW Notes 7.5 ( Structure, Secretions and Movements)
WS 7.5 (The Villus) and 7.6 (Small Intestine) We will have class time for this as well
Review of hormones and enzymes produced by the pancreas and the duodenum.
HW: At this point you should have finished Notes 7.1 through 7.4and WS 7.1 through 7.4 I will check these tomorrow 🙂
I will check your pancreas and small intestine labs during/after class.
Friday 3/18 – Lab 7.4 Small Intestine
- Test your surgical skills by unraveling the small intestine
- We will have a contest to see who has the longest small intestine
HW Write up labs 7.3 and 7.4, AND WS 7.4
Thursday 3/17- Lab 7.3 Pancreas
We will complete lab 7.3 and expose (but not remove) the Pancreas. If you finish the content quiz and all of the questions on the microstructure and macrostructure of the Pancreas you may move on to Lab 7.4 Small Intestine and remove the small intestine from the pig and place it in the organ jar for Friday
Tuesday 3/15– Lecture Pancreas. We will look at the structure and functions of the pancreas from 2 perspectives:
- Pancreas as part of the endocrine system (endocrine gland)- what hormones are produced to help regulate sugar (glucose) in the blood?
- Pancreas as part of the digestive system (exocrine gland) – what enzymes are secreted into the duodenum from the pancreas? Which nutrients do they help break down?
HW Read Lab 7.3, Complete WS 7.3
Monday 3/14 – Finish Lab 7.2 Microstructure of the Liver. Be able to describe the blood flow through the liver, and the production and flow of bile out of the liver.
HW Make sure you have completed notes 7.1, 7.2, 7.3
Friday 3/10/16- Teacher Workday- No School,
Thursday 3/9/16– Lab 7.2 Liver Microstructure and Lecture on Structure and Function of the lobule (functional unit of the liver)
Tuesday 3/7/16– Lab 7.1 Remove the liver
HW Notes section 7.2
Monday3/6/16– Lecture on basic functions of liver
HW Notes section 7.1
Friday 3/4 Start Unit 7 Intestines and Accessory Organs of the Digestive System
HW Notes for 7-1 Unit 7 Notes Section 1
First half: Class review for Unit 6 test
Second half: Unit 6 test
Potential Long Answer Questions: Potential Long Answer Questions
Get results and write up Pepsin Lab 6.5
Quick Lecture on Nutrition
HW Come up with 6 questions that you still have for Unit 6 (questions you would like me to go over). I have highlighted key vocabulary and topics from the worksheet packet that will be on the Unit test. These are posted on the door of room 134.
Monday 2/29 Happy Leap Day!
Lab 6.5- Pepsin Generation (set up lab today)
HW – Notes 6.7 (Nutrition)- This should be a review for most of you. Unit 6 Notes Section 7
Friday 2/26 Lecture: Stomach secretions
HW WS 6.5 Enzymes due Monday
Thursday 2/25 Finish Lab 6.3 (stomach dissection) and Complete Lab 6.4 (Stomach microstructure)
HW Notes 6.6 Enzymes (due tomorrow) Unit 6 Notes Section 6
Tuesday Feb 23rd– Lab 6.3 remove stomach and dissect
HW Write up lab if not complete in class
Monday Feb 22nd-
Review of the stomach.
Pre-lab 6.3 stomach removal and dissection (tomorrow). Virtual lab from Whitman College’s virtual fetal pig dissection site.
Observe removed stomach and plan tomorrow’s dissection
HW Notes 6.5 Stomach secretions due ThursdayUnit 6 Notes Section 5
Friday Feb 19th-
Lecture: parts of the stomach and their functions
HW Notes Section 6-4 Unit 6 Notes Section 4and WS 6-4 Due Monday
Thursday Feb 18th– We are giving the pigs a break today!
Review intro to digestion topics and lab questions.
In anatomy we learn about the structure and function of each part of your digestive system but we often ignore the equally important bacterial element of digestions. We will start by watching a 14 minute Ted Talk by Jonathan Eisen called, “Meet your microbes” Link http://www.ted.com/talks/jonathan_eisen_meet_your_microbes#t-841386
Gut Microbes and how they interact with your digestive system. We will read about some current research on how bacteria in your digestive system affect your immune system and overall health.
Choose 2 articles from the following links. Summarize the article and then look at the author’s credentials and sources that were sited in the article. Do you think that this article includes “good science”? Does the author have any obvious conflicts of interest?
Tuesday Feb 16th- Guest teacher: The legendary “Ferg” will teach class today. You will finish the mouth dissection.
Homework: Outline Section 6.3 Due Friday Unit 6 Notes Section 3
Friday and Monday (Feb 12th and 15th) – No school
Thursday, February 11th– Lab 6.2 The pig mouth- part 1
HW- w/s 6-2 Salivary glands and ducts
Tuesday, February 9th– Lab 3.4 Intro to the pig
HW Outline Section 6-2 on mouth, tongue and salivary glands, Read Lab 6.2 (pig mouth)
Monday, February 8th– Finish teeth models/types and functions of teeth, layers of a tooth, teeth in our class skeleton
HW w/s 6-1 (we will highlight vocab to know it class)
Read Lab 3-4 Intro to the pig!
Friday, February 5th-
Turn in Unit 1 WS packet for grading
Quiz Unit 1 anatomical terminology- on quiz………
Inferior/Superior, Posterior/Anterior, Dorsal/Ventral, Medial/Lateral, Distal/Proximal, External/Internal, Prone/Supine, Superficial/Deep, Thorax, Trunk, Pelvic, Appendage, Cervical, Palmar, Bilateral, Sagittal, Frontal( Coronal), Transverse (horizontal),
Start Unit 6 (upper digestive system)
Section 6-1 notes Unit 6 Notes Section 1 (also available in class) – due Monday
Block Day Thursday February 4th-
Lab: Autopsy of a Pickle- Use your anatomical terminology when dissecting a pickle to determine the cause of death.
Review questions on previous homework for week.
Homework: 1-5 and 1-3. Quiz Friday on Anatomical terms (1-1, 1-2, 1-4 and 1-6)
Tuesday, February 2nd-
- Request partners for dissection groups
- Notes- types of cuts/anatomical terms
- Practice using terms by making tape “incisions” on the class giraffe
- Pre-read “Autopsy of a Pickle”
Homework: Worksheets 1-4 and 1-6
Monday, February 1st-
Stamp HW (section 1 notes)
Lecture: Anatomical terms. Practice using terms in small groups.
HW Worksheets 1-1 and 1-2
Friday, January 29th- all handouts are available in hanging files in class
1st day sheets handed out.
Pass out notes guide for section 1
Check out textbooks/ return neuroscience texts
HW- notes for section 1 due Monday
Tuesday, January 26th
Welcome to Anatomy– This is the second semester of our Neuroscience/Anatomy class.