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Anatomy and Physiology Curriculum Map 2103-2014 Date Content/Topics I Can Statements Activities/Assessments August 13 days Chapter 1 Anatomy and Physiology Levels of Organization Regions/Cavities Directional Terms Homeostasis System Basics with structure and function Define anatomy and physiology and explain how they are related. List and describe the major characteristics of life. List and describe the major requirements of organisms. Define homeostasis and explain and explain its importance to survival. Explain the levels of organization of the human body. Describe the locations of he major body cavities. List the organs located in each major body cavity. Describe the general functions of each organ system. Properly use the terms that describe relative positions, body sections, and body regions. Pretest Foldables Lab: Anatomical directions, terms, and locations Literacy:Writing:2,4,6 PL/CS:3a,e Vocabulary Literacy:Reading:4 Homeostasis Activity Bimonthly Article Synopsis Literacy Reading:4 Literacy Writing:2,4,6 Test MC/ORQ August 5 days Review general biology cellular form, function, and organelle concepts. Describe the major differences between an animal and plant cell. List animal cell organelles and give their function. Pretest Foldables Cell Building Activity A&H:2b Vocabulary Literacy:Reading:4 Bimonthly Article Synopsis Literacy Reading:4 Literacy Writing:2,4,6 Disease/Disorder Presentation Test MC/ORQ September 15 days Chapter 5 Tissues: Epithelial Connective Muscle Neural Describe the general characteristics and functions of epithelial tissue. Explain how glands are classified. Describe the four major types of membranes. Pretest Foldables Vocabulary Literacy:Reading:4 Lab: Histology of the tissues Literacy:Writing:2,4,6
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Determine the relationship between form and function for each type of epithelial tissue. Analyze how connective tissue establishes the framework of the body. Analyze the three muscle tissue types and the special structure features of each type. Analyze the basic structure and role of neural tissue. Determine how injury and aging affect the tissues of the body. Bimonthly Article Synopsis Literacy Reading:4 Literacy Writing:2,4,6 Disease/Disorder Presentation Test MC/ORQ September- October 15 days Chapter 6 Integumentary System: Epidermis Dermis Hypodermis/Subcutaneous Skin Functions Wound Healing Analyze the main structural features of the skin layers. List the general functions of each layer of the skin. Describe the accessory organs associated with the skin. Explain the functions of each accessory structure of the skin. Explain how the skin helps maintain homeostasis. Summarize the factors that determine skin color.
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