How does Jackson foreshadow the ending (paragraphs 2 and 3)?Jackson does not tell
us what is really happening in this village until the very end of the story. It seems like
just an ordinary small-town function, like a pie eating co
On the first night of the Death March, how far did the prisoners march in the snow?
They were marched for 42 miles
What happened to Zalmen?
He was killed
Why was sleeping dangerous for the prisoners?
people are falling asleep and d
There was considerable traffic in
Elie was put to work in an
Elie became good friends with two brothers who were named
Why was Elie sent to the dentist?
He had a gold tooth.
How did he manage to keep his gold tooth?
He said h
1. What are three expectations for Mrs. Baroda (set by her husband or others)?
What is Chopins motivation/message of this story?Mrs. Baroda was a little
provoked to learn that her husband expected his friend, Gouvernail, up to spend
a week or two on the p
1. What has happened to Elies faith?
a. Elie Wiesel lost his faith in the goodness and justice of God. Through the horrors of the
concentration camps, Wiesel experienced a loss of faith. He was so devastated by the gas
chambers, the crematories, and the h
Before the first selection, what were Elie and his father advised to lie about?
They lied about their ages in order to avoid selection.
What lie did Elie tell about his occupation?
He told them he was a farmer, ag
1. When the train stopped at Kaschau, what announcement did the German officer make?
a. A German officer explains to them that they are now under the authority of the German
army. He takes all their valuables and threatens to shoot everybody in a wagon if
1. Why did the two men try to throw Elies father from the carriage?
A. When the train stops, SS officer's order that corpses be thrown out of the car. Two men
begin to throw Eliezer's father out of the train, but Eliezer revives him by slapping him
Activity 3.3.3: Rx Understanding Prescriptions
Review the Pharmacology Basics presentation or take notes in your laboratory
journal as your teacher presents the material.
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Project 3.2.2: Digestive System Design
1. Oral cavity, pharynx, (must also include accessory organs such as salivary
glands, tongue, and teeth)
What is the oral cavity and what does it contain?
where food enters the body, breakdown process begin
Project 3.2.4: Investigating Enzyme Action
Part I: Standard Reaction
In this part of the project, you will run a standard reaction to investigate the action of catalase as
it breaks down hydrogen peroxide. As H2O2 isdecomposed, it produces oxyge
Activity 3.2.6: In Search of Energy
1. Note that ATP is a nucleic acid. Think about what you know about the structure of
nucleic acids such as DNA. Remember that the basic structure of each nucleotide
consists of a nitrogenous base, a sugar and
3.1.1 STORIES OF
Cancer is a term used for more than 100
different diseases in which cell
regulation genes are mutated causing
the cells to reproduce out of control.
Recognize that there are ma
Activity 1.4.3 Life of an Epidemiologist
1. Read First Incident, Second Incident, Third Incident and Epidemiology Defined. Write a
one to two sentence definition of epidemiology in your own words in your laboratory
a. A branch of medica
Activity 3.2.3 Breast Cancer Screening and
If you had a chance of having a mutation in either your BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene, would you
get tested? Explain your answer in your laboratory journal.
I would like to take testing. I knew that B
Activity 2.3.1: The Hormone Connection
1. Use Inspiration software to create a concept map for Chemical Communication
describing the basic mechanism of hormone action in the human body. Your map should
include (but is not limited to) the followi
Activity 5.3.1: To Drain and Protect
Why is red bone marrow considered part of the immune system?
a. Red bone marrow is considered part of the immune system because lymphocytes are created in
it. They release white cells-T cells, B cells-to f
Activity 5.3.3: Fighting the Common Cold
Compare your bodys response to antigen A both times you were exposed.
Describe at least two ways in which the bodys response is different.
a. The first-time antigen A became introduced to the body, the
Activity 2.3.2: Hormones Gone Wild
Part I: Making the Diagnosis
Lincoln Grant Symptoms:
1. Enlargement of body tissues
a. Hormone/Glands involved- Somatostatin, Thyroid gland, Thyroid hormone, Pituitary hormone
b. Target organs for eac
Activity 2.1.1 Chronicles of a Genetic Counselor
Part I: Introduction to Genetic Testing and Screening
1. Take notes as the teacher presents the Genetic Disorders presentation. Record information
on the Student Resource Sheet as the teacher revi
Activity 2.1.2: Build-A-Brain
Directions for this activity were modified from Starla on Maniken by Zahourek Systems Inc.
and were used with permission.
1. Research the structure and function of the Central Nervous System (CNS) and the
Project 2.1.3: Map-A-Brain Brain Dissection
Part II: Creating a Brain Map
1. Working with a team of four, research the areas of the brain responsible for the
following actions, emotions, personality traits, or functions. Eac
Activity 2.2.3: Its all in the Reflexes
The following is used with permission of Vernier Software and Technology. This activity is adapted from the book
Human Physiology with Vernier, written by Diana Gordon and Steven L. Gordon, M.D.
Part I - V
Problem 2.2.5: Communication Breakdown
Add these two careers to your career journal. Note the key responsibilities of the job as well
as the education requirements for the position. Describe at least two cases (one can be your
Activity 2.2.2: The Secret to Signals
1. In your laboratory journal, summarize how neurons communicate at the synapse in
one two, well-crafted paragraphs. Your paragraph must include each of the terms
listed below. Underline each term in your pa
Activity 2.4.4: Eye Care Professionals
Part I: Anatomy of an Eye Exam
1. Use the Internet to research the tests and procedures that go into a routine eye exam.
Think about how each test is related to the structure and function of the human eye.
Activity 2.2.1: The Neuron
Part I: Basic Neuron Design
Describe the path of an electrical impulse as it moves through a neuron. You must use the
words axon, axon terminal, dendrites, myelin sheath, nodes of Ranvier, synapse and