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  • Honors Anatomy Pacing Guide

    Course Description: This course is designed for the student with a strong background and interest in biology. A detailed study of the human body, including gross structure of the body and physiology, provides the framework of the course. Students are provided more extensive laboratory experiences and independent research than students enrolled in Anatomy and Physiology.

    EOC VOCATS

    AP/IB Teacher-made final exam

    Day Date Local Objectives Essential Questions Content Tasks/Strategies

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    An Overview of Anatomy and Physiology

    1-Anatomy and Physiology? 2-Levels of organization? 3-What is Homeostasis? 4-Use correct anatomical terminology for body directions, regions, & cavities. 5-How do you use a microscope?

    1-Anatomy vs. Physiology 2-Cells, tissues, organs, organ system, organisms 3-Homeostasis 4-Feedback mechanisms 5-Parts of microscope 6-Body planes & segments 7-Body cavities & their organ

    Body Diagrams Letter E lab Notecard activity on Body planes and segments

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    Basic Chemistry and Biomolecules

    1-Types of Energy? 2-Subatomic particles and atoms? 3-Inorganic vs. Organic 4-Types of Bonds? 5-Molecules? 6-Kinds of Biomolecules?

    1-Kinetic vs. Potential 2-Neutron, proton, electron 3-Ionic vs. Covalent 4-Compount vs. Mixture 5-Carbohydrates 6-Lipids 7-Proteins and Nucleic Acids

    Paperase Lab on Enzyme Activity Hydrogen perioxide and Liver enzymes lab Chemistry stations demonstration lab

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    Cell Structure and Function

    1-Define cell. 2-Describe the composition of plasma membrane and explain function. 3-Decribe each organelle and relate structure with function

    1-Cell Structure/Function 2-Plasma Membrane 3-Cytoplasm 4-Nucleus 5-Mitochondria 6-ER (smooth/rough) 7-Golgi Body 8-Cytoskeleton 9-Lysosomes/Perioxisomes 10-Ribosomes

    Cheek Cell lab Video on Cell and its parts Cell Diagrams Cell Table Which part of the factory should be outsourced out? (activity about cell parts)

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    DNA and RNA: Structure and Function

    1-What is DNA? Structure? Function? 2-What is RNA? Structure? Function? 3-The Genetic code

    1-DNA Structure 2-DNA Replication 3-RNA Structure 4-Transcription 5-Translation/Genetic Code

    Create a DNA Model DNA extraction lab Video on DNA/RNA Jurassic Park

    12 Cellular Growth and Reproduction 1-What is Mitosis? Phases? 2-What is Meiosis? Phases?

    1-Interphase 2-Stages of the Cell Cycle 3-Mitosis vs. Meiosis

    Mitosis/Meiosis Video Mitosis/Meiosis Lab

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    Tissues

    1-What are the four main tissue types in the human body? 2-How is the structure related to the function?

    1-Types of Epitheal Tissue a. structure/function 2-Exo/Endocrine glands 3-Type of Connective Tissue

    a. structure/function 4-Types of Muscular Tissue

    a. structure/function 5-Nervous Tissue a/ structure/function

    Self Study guide to Tissue types of body Tissue Lab Tissue Laser Disc Connective Tissue Notecard Activity

    17 Integumentary System 1-Tissue types of skin? 2-Functions of Skin 1-Layers of Epidermis 2-Layers of Dermis 3-Appendages (hair/nails)

    Skin Drawing

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    19 Bone Formation

    1-What is the function of the skeleton? 2-Types of Bones? 3-Function of bone Markings? 4-Bone Development & repair

    1-Functions of Skeleton 2-Bone Formation 3-Categories of Bones 4-Bone Structure 5-Bone Markings 6-Bones vs. Cartilage

    Bone markings practicum using sample bones

    20 Axial Skeleton: Skull 1-Bones of the Skull? 2-Features of the Skull

    1-Types of Frontal Bones 2-Features of Frontal Bones Skull Drawings

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    Axial Skeleton: Skull Continued 3-Sutures of Skull?

    3-Types of Cranial Bones 4-Features of Cranial bones 5-Sutures and locations of

    Skull Lab Practicum Skull Diagram Skull Vocab

    24 Axial Skeleton: Rib Cage and Vertebra 1-Bones of the Rib Cage? 2-Types of Vertebra

    1-Rib structure and features 2-Types of Vertebra 3-Differences in vertebra

    Vertebra identification lab

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    Appendicular Skeleton

    1-What are the bones of the pelvic Girdle? 2-What are the bones of the Pectoral Girdle? 3-What are the differences between male and female skeletons? 4-Types of Bone Fractures? 5-What kinds of joints are there in the body?

    1-Bones of hips, legs, feet 2-Bones of shoulders, arms, and hands 3-Pelvic structure of males vs. females 4-Types of Fractures 5-Studying X-rays to identify fractures, dislocations, etc 6-Types of Joints in body and examples of Each

    Self Study packet on the bones of body Bone Practicum X-ray identification lab Fetal Pig Dissection Bones Packet Video on Bones

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    Muscles of Body

    1-What are the types of muscles in the body? 2-How does structure relate to function? 3-How do muscles contract? 4-What are the major muscles in the human body? 5-How does exercise change muscle tissue?

    1-Cardiac Muscle 2-Smooth Muscle 3-Skeletal Muscle 4-How muscles contract 5-Structure/function of Sarcomere 6-innervation of muscles 7-Muscular diseases 8-Identification of location and function of major muscles in human body

    Self Study Skeletal Muscle Packet Fetal Pig Dissection Muscle Bingo Video on Muscles Muscle Vocab Muscles slides

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    Digestive System

    1-Types of Digestion 2-Differentiate between organs of Alimentary Canal and accessory organs 3-What role do hormones play 4-Define nutrient, essential nutrient, and calorie 5-List the 6 major nutrient categories 6-Vitamins vs. Minerals 7-Define Metabolism

    1-Mechanical vs. Chemical 2-Alimentary Canal

    a. organs of b. Structure/Function

    3-Accessory Organs a. organs b. Structure/Function

    4-Enzymes 5-Hormones involved 6-Membranes 7-Nutrition

    Fetal Pig Dissection Nutrition Web Quest Vocab Packet Video on Digestion

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    Circulatory System: Blood

    1-Describe composition and physical characteristics of whole blood 2-Structure/function of plasma 3-Structure/Function of RBCs 4-Structure/Function of WBCs 5-Thrombocytes 6-Blood Types

    1-General characteristics 2-Erythrocytes

    a. structure/function b. formation c. abnormalities

    3-Leukocytes structure 4-Types of WBCs & function 5-Role of Thrombocytes

    Bill Nye: Blood/Circulation Blood Internet Lab Blood Typing Activities

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    Circulatory System: The Heart

    1-Describe shape, size & location of heart 2-Name the coverings of heart 3-Name the layers of heart 4-Structure/function 5-Diagram the flow of blood through the heart 6-Trace the components of the conduction system 7-Types of Heart disease & abnormalities

    1-Atrium vs. Ventricle 2-Systemic vs. Pulmonary loop 3-Line Diagram of the flow of blood through heart and body 4-Valves in heart and role they play 5-Coronary Circulation 6-Conduction of Heart (what makes it beat) 7-Membranes around heart 8-epi/myo/endocardial layers

    Online Heart Lab Bill Nye video: The Heart Fetal Pig Dissection Cow Heart dissection

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    51 Circulatory System: The Blood Vessels of the Body

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    1-What is an Artery? 2-What is a Vein? 3-What is a Capillary? 4-What is Blood Pressure? 5-What are the major blood vessels of the body?

    1-Tunics of a blood vessel 2-Structure/function of Arteries, Veins, and Caps. 3-Types of Arteries 4-Types of Veins 5-Types of Capillaries 6-Major blood vessels of body 7-Blood pressure

    Self study packet n major arteries and veins of the body Arteries/Veins Diagrams Blood Pressure Lab

    53 Lymphatic System Describe structure/function of major lymph vessels & organs

    Structure/function of lymphatic organs Group study

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    Immune System

    1-What are surface membrane barriers? 2-What is an antigen? An antibody? 3-Difference between specific and non-specific responses? 4-Roles & types of B cells 5-Roles & types of T-cells

    1-role of WBCs *-types of WBCs involved 2-Non-specific responses 3-Specific responses *-humoral response *-cell mediated response 4-Immunodeficiences 5-Autoimmune diseases

    White Blood Cell Web Quest AIDS Video Ebola Video Exchanging Water Lab Video on Viruses Video on Bacteria

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    Respiratory System

    1-Identify organs forming respiratory passage and name their functions. 2-List/describe protective mechanisms of respiratory system 3-External vs. Internal respiration 4-Describe how oxygen and CO2 is transported in blood 5-How do you breath? 6-Describe neural controls of respiration.

    1-Structure/function of respiratory organs 2-External vs. Internal resp. 3: Nose-phayrnx-layrnx trachea-bronchial tree- alveoli 4-Voice production 5-Plueral 6-Pressure relationship in breathing 7-Inspiration vs. Expiration 8-Respiratory Volumes and Capacity 9-Breathing Center of brain

    CO2 Activity Fetal Pig Dissection Lung Capacity Lab Group teaching

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    The Nervous System

    1-List basic functions of Nervous system 2-Explain Structure/function of divisions of nervous system 3-Explain structure/function of supporting cells 4-Classify neurons structurally & functionally 5-Explain resting & action potential 6-Neurophysiology- what makes a nerve impulse? 7-What are the meninges? 8-List major lobes and fissure of brain 9-Name the major regions of the brain

    1-CNS vs. PNS & branches 2-Sensory vs. Motor Neuron 3-types of Supporting cells & structure/functions of each 4-Types of Neurons and structure/ function of each 5-What are reflexes? 6-Resting potential vs. Action Potential 7-Big Picture of action potential 8-Sections Forebrain, Midbrain, and Hindbrain 9- Structure/function of Cerebrum, Thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum, medulla, pons

    Bill Nye Video: The Brain Sheep Brain Dissection Video on Brain function Cranial Nerves Packet Group presentation of Neurological disorder

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    10-Structure/Function of Spinal cord 11-Functions of Cranial and Spinal nerves 12-Disorders and diseases

    10-Lobes of Cerebral cortex 11-Ascending vs. Descending tracts of Spinal cord 12-Gray vs. White matter 13-The 12 cranial nerves 14-Reflexes 15-Autonomic NS

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    The Nervous System: The Senses

    1-Describe location, structure, & pathways of taste and smell receptors and explain how they are related 2-Describe structure/function of accessory eye structures, and the eye.3-Trace the pathway of light through the eye. 4-Describe structure/function of outer, middle & inner ear 5-Describe the conduction of sound 6-How is the ear involved in balance?

    1-Types of Receptors 2-Structure and function of chemoreceptors 3-Sense of Taste 4-Sense of Smell 5-Eyes and Vision 6-Accessory structure of eye 7-Structure of the eye 8- Physiology of vision 9-Structure of Ear 10-Conduction of sound

    Cow Eye Dissection Senses Lab Sense of Touch Activity Video on the Senses Group teaching

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    The Endocrine System

    1-List major endocrine organs and describe location and function 2-Describe how hormones are classified 3-Other hormone producing organs

    1-Protein vs. Steroid hormones 2-Negative vs. Positive feedback 3-Pituitary gland & its hormones 4-Other glands & their hormones

    Hormone Brochure Project Group presentations

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    The Excretory System

    1-Describe gross anatomy of kidney. 2-Describe anatomy of nephron 3-General Structure/function of ureter, bladder, & urethra 4-Physical and Chemical Properties of Urine

    1-Structure/function of the kidney 2-Nephron structure/function 3-Filtration, reabsorption, & secretion 4-Ureters, Bladder, & urethra 5-Aldosterone & other hormones involved 6-Males vs. Females 7-Urine Composition

    Urinalysis Lab

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    The Reproductive System

    1-Describe structure/function of male reproductive organs. 2-Describe structure/function of female reproductive organs 3-What hormones are involved? 4-How are egg & sperm formed? 5-What is the menstrual cycle? 6-Explain mechanisms of fertilization 7-Embryonic and Fetal development 8-Mechanism of birth

    1-Structure/Function of Male organs 2-Hormones involved 3-Structure/Function of Female organs 4-Hormones involved 5-Oogenesis vs. Spermatogenesis 6-The menstrual cycle 7-The ovarian cycle 8-Stages of an embryo 9- Embryo development 10-Fetal Development 11-Steps of Parturition/birth

    Laser Disc on Birthing Techniques Miracle of Life Video The Ultimate Journey Video The Perfect Baby Video

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