weekly schedule:
Human Body Systems "Identity" Unit Page.
Human Body Systems "Communication" Unit Page
Human Body Systems "Power" Unit Page
Human Body Systems "Movement" Unit Page
Human Body Systems "Protection" Unit Page
Date
In Class
W
4.29
Test Review:
- Types of motion (abduction, flexion, hyperextension, extension, adduction, rotation, depression, elevation)
- Types of joints (hinge, ball & socket, condyloid, pivot, synovial)
- Range of motion vocabulary (articulation, cartilage, circumduction, goniometer, joint, range of motion)
- Anatomy of a muscle (fiber, fascicle, perimysium, epimysium, endomysium, tendon)
- Muscle vocabulary (insertion, origin, action)
- Muscle types (function, structure, pictures!); (cardiac, smooth, skeletal)
- Muscle contraction (myosin, actin crossbridges, calcium ions, ATP, toponin, impulse, tropomyosin, sarcoplasmic reticulum)
- Rigor mortis & muscle contration
- Blood flow & the Heart (aorta, left atrium & ventricle, right atrium & ventricle, pulmonary arteries & veins, mitral/bicuspid valve, tricuspid valve
- Artery vs Vein vs Capillary (pictures)
- Cardiac output (adult average, exchange of gases structures, diseases associated with it, ABI)
- Location of arteries & veins in body (bracial artery, femoral artery, posterior tibialis artery, carotid artery, iliac artery, subclavian vein, cephalic vein, jugular vein, dosralis pedis artery, medial cubital vein)
- Exercise Physiology (aerobic, anaerobic, cellular respiration, lactic acid, muscle fatigue - and cause of fatigue))
- Maintenance of homeostasis during a mile run


Date

In Class

R
3.26
Quiz Review:
- Respiratory Structures: alveoli, bronchi, diaphragm, larynx, epiglottis, trachea, bronchioles, nose, nasal passages, mouth, rib
- Lung Capacity: tool used, ERV, IRV, MV, RV, TV, VC, TLC
- Diaphragm: function, how it works
- Respiration: location, function of parts (CO2 exchange with O2)
- Respiration Diseases: asthma (detailed), other respiratory conditions
- RX: abbreviations, delivery


Date

In Class

M
3.13


Date

In Class

2.27
Review for Test

Action Potential in Neuron Animation



Date

In Class

T
2.3
Unit One: Identity Review
Bones of the Body
Bones of the Skull
Regional Terms of the Body
Directional Terms of the Body
Ribs & Sternum
Vertebra Sections
Tissues: Bone
Tissues: Columnar Epithelium
Tissues: Striated Muscle
Tissues: Adipose
Tissue Types

1.3.1 Gel.jpg

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.15
5.1.3
6.1.1 Wrap Up

T
12.16
5.1.6
6.1.2 How Did She Die?
Practice Test (Corl - 149; Pritchard - 151)

W
12.17
FINAL BINDER CHECK

1st - Exam Review (Distance Learning Lab)









2nd - PLTW PBS Exam (Corl - 149; Pritchard - 151)


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.8
5.1.1 Contagious
4.2.2 Heart Disease Intervention
5.1.3 Isolating Bacteria
+ Add information to 5.1.1 Medical History
5.1.2 Infectious Agents - TOMORROW
T
12.9
5.1.2 Infectious Agent
Check Plates
5.1.4 Gram Staining
+ Add information to 5.1.1 Medical History
5.1.4 - THURSDAY
W
12.10
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Check Plates
5.1.5 Bacterial Identification
+ Add information to 5.1.1
5.1.6 Lines of Defense

R
12.11
5.1.4 Gram Staining
Check Plates
5.1.6 Lines of Defense
5.1.6 - TUESDAY
F
12.13
5.1.5 Bacterial Identification
5.1.1 Medical History Report
Check Plates
6.1.1 How do the Parts Make a Whole?
Pink = Digestive
Red = Cardiovascular
Green = Immune
Yellow = Nervous
Purple = Respiratory
Orange = Urinary
5.1.3 - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.1
4.3.3
4.4.1 Unblocking the Vessels
Turning In:
- Model
- Laboratory Journal
- Conclusion Questions
Test THURSDAY
Career Journal (4.4.1) - WEDNESDAY
T
12.2

WORK DAY
4.4.1 - Unblocking the Vessels
4.4.2 - Heart Intervention (groups of 3)

4.4.1 - TOMORROW
4.4.2 - THURSDAY


W
12.3
4.4.1 (Paper Submission)
Share 4.4.1 Models
Review Unit 4



R
12.4
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Unit 4 Test (Period 1)
4.4.2 Work Time (Period 2)

F
12.5
Career Journal (CORL - Online)
5.1.1 Contagious
5.1.2 Infectious Agents
5.1.1 - MONDAY
5.1.2 - TUESDAY
4.4.2 - MONDAY (Paper Submission - you will have to print this out - 1 per group of 3)

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.24
4.3.1 Lab Journal (beginning of period)
4.3.1 Poster
4.3.1 Medical History Report (end of the period)
To Do:
- Analyze gels - add information to 4.3.1 Medical History Report
- Complete 4.3.2 conclusion questions
- Read through 4.3.3 Answer Document & Lab
- Organize your binder (use the paper provided)
- Start 4.3.3 (at #9)
- Share cholesterol projects
4.3.2 - TOMORROW
T
11.25
4.3.2 (beginning of the period)
4.3.3 (end of the period)
4.3.3 The Heart as a Pump


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.17
4.1.2 Autopsy Reports
4.2.3 EKG
Experimental Design - FRIDAY
T
11.18
4.2.1 Medical History Report
Work Day

W
11.19
4.2.1, 4.2.2 & 4.2.3 Answer Documents
4.3.1 What is Cholesterol? Posters
Read 4.3.2 Lab
R
11.20

TO DO:
- Finish 4.3.1 Poster
- Finish 4.3.1 Conclusion questions / lab journal (MONDAY)
- 4.3.1 Medical History Report (use evidence from the report to diagnose & recommend) (TOMORROW)
- Read 4.3.2 & highlight introduction / directions (BY TOMORROW)
- Finish Experimental Design Paper (DUE TOMORROW)
4.3.1 - MONDAY
4.3.1 - Medical History - TOMORROW
4.3.2 Reading & Highlighting - TOMORROW
Experimental Design - TOMORROW
F
11.21
4.2.1 OR 4.2.2 Experimental Design
4.3.1 Medical History Report
4.3.2 Hypercholesteromia
LANES:
1 - DNA Standards (A)
2 - Normal DNA (B)
3 - FH control (C)
4 - Carlos (D)
5 - Anna (E)
6 - Eric (B or D)
7 - Jason (E)
8 - Erin (F)

--> Run your gels @ 125V for 35-45 minutes
--> Stain for 5 minutes
--> Destain for 20 minutes


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.10
4.1.1 Heart Box
4.2.1 & 4.2.2 Experimental Design Work Day

T
11.11

4.1.2 Anatomy of the Heart

W
11.12

Finish 4.1.2
4.1.2 - THURSDAY
R
11.13

4.2.1 Heart Rate
4.2.2 Blood Pressure

F
11.14
4.1.2
Experimental Design Work Day


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.3
3.3.1 Concept Map (CORL)
3.4.2 What's the Probability?
Unit 3 Test THURSDAY




Career Journal - WEDNESDAY (Corl - LMS, Pritchard - Paper)
T
11.4
3.4.1
--> Patterns of Inheritance
- Complete Dominance
- Incomplete Dominance
- Codominance
- Sex-linked Traits
- Multiple Alleles

--> Genetics Review WS

W
11.5
3.4.2
Career Journal (Corl - LMS; Pritchard - Paper)
Review for Unit 3 Test


R
11.6
Test
Unit 3: Sickle Cell Test

F
11.7

4.1.1 Path of Blood in the Heart


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.27
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Period 1 - Finish 3.2.3 Does One Nucleotide Make a Difference?
Period 2 - Cellular Reproduction Lecture (Pritchard)


3.2.3 - TOMORROW

In online textbook: Read Chapter 5 Cell Growth & Division; Complete the Chapter Worksheet (Active Reading Worksheet) - WEDNESDAY
T
10.28
3.2.3
3.3.1 How is DNA Passed Through the Generations?
3.3.1 - FRIDAY
W
10.29

3.3.1 Concept Map Work Time
3.3.1 - FRIDAY
R
10.30

Review Autopsy Report 3.1.1
Review Medical History Report 3.1.2
Return Papers & Binder Organization
Concept Map Work Time
Concept Map Peer Review
Chptr 5 Active Reading WS - TOMORROW
Concept Map - TOMORROW
3.3.1 - TOMORROW
F
10.31
3.3.1
Chapter 5 Active Reading WS
Concept Map (to LMS)
Crash Course Heredity
3.4.1 Family Inheritance
3.4.1 - TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.20
3.1.1
Ebola Video & Discussion
Nova Video

3.1.2 Diaries - TOMORROW
3.2.1 - Protein Synthesis - TOMORROW
T
10.21
3.1.2
Ebola Activity
Ebola - THURSDAY (Corl - Online submission; Pritchard - Paper submission)

MUST have 3.2.1 done for TOMORROW at BEGINNING of period
W
10.22
3.2.1
Period 2 - Protein Synthesis Notes

Protein Synthesis Crash Course
Start 3.2.2 The Genetic Code
3.2.2 - FRIDAY
R
10.23
Ebola Activity
Finish 3.2.2 The Genetic Code

F
10.24
3.2.2
3.2.3 Does Changing One Nucleotide Make a Big Difference?
Finish 3.2.3 - TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.13
Test
2.3.2 Diabetic Emergency Answer Document (CORL)
Period 1 - Unit 2 Test
Period 2 - Microscope Lab (Corl's Room) & Gummy Worm Lab (Pritchard's Room)
Labs - WEDNESDAY
T
10.14

P1 - Finish Scope & Gummy Lab
P2 - 3.1.1 Blood Detectives

W
10.15
Scope & Gummy Worm Lab
Finish 3.1.1 Blood Detectives
Start 3.2.1 Sickle Cell Diaries
3.1.1 Blood Detectives (Drawings X 2, Conclusion Questions) - MONDAY (Paper Submission)

3.1.2 Sickle Cell Diaries (Entries X 2 for your patient, Conclusion Questions 1 & 2) - TUESDAY
R
10.16
3.11
Work Day


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.6
2.1.3 (to LMS - Concept Map & 3 Conclusion ?s)
2.3.1 (to LMS - Group Information, 3 Conclusion ?s, APA citing of sources)
2.3.2 A Diabetic Emergency
Biology Online Link
2.3.2 - THURSDAY
T
10.7
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Finish 2.3.2
Review Tonicity
Test - FRIDAY

W
10.8
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2.3.3 Complications of Disease
Autopsy Report - TOMORROW

Conclusion Questions - FRIDAY
R
10.9

Go Over Autopsy Report

Review for Test


F
10.10
2.3.3 Complications of Disease (Conclusion Questions, Human Body, Corresponding Paper w/ Complications listed)
Fed Up Documentary
Unit 2 Test - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.29
2.2.4 Career Journals (ONLINE)
2.1.1 Diabetes Graphs & Conclusion ?s (ONLINE)
Present 2.1.2
Peer Review:
- What did they do well?
- What was confusing / needs improvement?
- How did they display the glucose-insulin relationship?
Return Papers & Discuss Unit 2
2.1.2 Questions - TOMORROW (ONLINE)
T
9.30
2.1.2 Questions
2.1.3 Feedback Loops
For "Normal":
- pancreas
- glucagon
- liver
-glycogen
-glucose
- insulin
- glut 4
For Type 1:
- beta cells
For Type 2:
- insulin receptors

2.1.3 - FRIDAY (Online - Map, 3 conclusion ?s)
W
10.1
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Finish Feedback Loops (2.1.3)
2.1.3 - Monday (Online)
R
10.2
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2.3.1 A Day in the Life of a Diabetic

In your groups complete the following:
- type up your information for you portion of the guide
- answer conclusion questions 1, 2 and 3.
- document (in APA) the sources (need at least 2) that you used for creating your portion of the guide
--> Submit to LMS
2.3.1 - Monday (Online)
F
10.3
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Period 1 - Present 2.3.1
Period 2 - Diabetes Panel
2.1.3 & 2.3.1 - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.22
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Finish 2.2.3
Set-Up for 2.2.4
2.2.3 - Wednesday
T
9.23
2.2.2
2.2.4 Energy in Food
2.2.4 (2 tables, 3 calculations, 4 conclusion ?s) - Thursday
W
9.24
2.2.3
2.1.1 Diagnosing Diabetes
Excel Tutorial
2.2.4 - Career Journals - Monday (Online Submission)

2.1.1 - Monday (Online Submission - 2 tables (glucose - milligrams/deciliter; insulin - picomole/liter), graphs, conclusions ?s 1-5)
R
9.25
2.2.4
2.1.2 Model Building Research

F
9.26

2.1.2 Model Building

2.1.2 Questions to Submit (ONLINE) - From Student Response Sheet: # 1 & # 3; from Conclusion Questions: # 3 - TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.15
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2.2.1 Food Testing (ONLINE SUBMISSION)
Document should contain the following:
- Table from Part 1
- Table from Part 2 (3 food samples & stomach contents)
- Conclusion Questions x 4
2.2.1 - THURSDAY
T
9.16
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2.2.2 Food Labels (PAPER SUBMISSION)
In a stapled packet - IN THIS ORDER - it should contain:
- Nutritional terms
- 4 food labels - try to get this on one page (highlighted in two colors)
- label analysis chart
- conclusion questions x 8
- Anna's Nutrient Analysis (highlighted in two colors: over/under requirements)
- Recommendation for a diabetic diet
- Food label for a diabetic appropriate food
2.2.2 - MONDAY
W
9.17
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2.2.2 Work Day
2.2.2 - MONDAY
2.2.1 - TOMORROW

Corl: Binder Check TOMORROW

R
9.18
2.2.1 (On the LMS)
2.2.3 The Biochemistry of Food
2.2.3 - WEDNESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.8
1.2.3 DNA Analysis
1.3.1 Autopsy Report
1.3.1 Human Body Systems
1.3.1 Report & Conclusion Questions -- TOMORROW
Unit 1 TEST -- THURSDAY
T
9.9
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3 Was it a Crime? - Add to Concept Map from Autopsy Report
- time of death
- information from the blood spatter
- demographics on Anna
- DNA of blood
- manner of death
- possible causes of death (change your "theory" title to possible causes and change/add as necessary based on any new information)
- other pertinent information from the autopsy report
- questions you still have (5)

Pass Back Papers & Grade Check
Submit Updated Concept Map by 9.11
W
9.10
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Finish Concept Map -- Submit to LMS at 1.1.1 (Re-submit)
Review for Test
Crash Course DNA Structure & Replication
Crash Course Protein Synthesis
--> with a partner, research the following questions
- Explain the relationship between a gene and an allele.
- How are chromosomes, DNA and genes related?
- How does DNA become a trait, like blood type?
- Describe the process of protein synthesis.
- If DNA mutates, what determines if that mutation is harmful or not?
--> you need at least two sources for each question! Below are some links to get you started:
NIH link
[[http://www.accessexcellence.org/RC/VL/GG/dna_molecule.php|Access Excellence]]
NIH mutations
Submit Updated Concept Map by TOMORROW
R
9.11
Updated Concept Map
TEST
UNIT 1 TEST

After test, answer the following questions:
1. What do you think (procedural-wise) is going well in the class?
2. What do you think is not going well - be constructive!
3. What do you like about this class?
4. What do you not like about this class?
Diabetes Reading - Read & Highlight by MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
9.2
(CORL)
W
9.3
(PRITCHARD)
1.1.5 Time of Death
1.1.6 Student Response Sheet
1.2.1 What is DNA? w/ Kits
1.2.1 (w/ group paper) & 1.2.2 -- FRIDAY
T
9.2
(PRITCHARD)
W
9.3
(CORL)
1.1.5 Time of Death
1.1.6 Student Response Sheet
1.2.2 DNA Extraction
Secret of Photo 51
1.2.1 (w/ group paper) & 1.2.2 -- FRIDAY
R
9.4

1.2.3 DNA Analysis
1.2.1 (w/ group paper) & 1.2.2 -- TOMORROW
1.2.3 -- MONDAY
F
9.5
1.2.1 What is DNA?
1.2.2 DNA Extraction
1.3.2 Confidentiality


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.25
(CORL)
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1.1.6 - Blood Spatter --> Carry out Experiment
Analyze 1.1.5
1.1.6 Due FRIDAY
M
8.25
(PRITCHARD)
1.1.5 Graph submitted to LMS
1.1.5 Time of Death
1.1.6 Due FRIDAY
T
8.26

GUEST SPEAKERS:
EMT & TRAUMA NURSE
1.1.6 Due FRIDAY
W
8.27

1.1 Concept Map

1.1.6 Due FRIDAY
Concept Map Due FRIDAY
R
8.28

1.1.6 Excel Graphing Work Time
1.1 Concept Map
1.1.6 Due TOMORROW
Concept Map Due TOMORROW
F
8.29
1. Unit 1 Summary Inspiration Concept Maps -- to LMS (1.1.1)

2. 1.1.6 Blood Spatter Lab Write Up
- Problem
- Hypothesis
- Independent & Dependent Variables
- Experimental Design
- Conclusion

3. 1.1.6 Blood Spatter Graph to LMS

2&3 MUST BE SUBMITTED AT THE SAME TIME!
Wrap-Up 1.1.5 Data
Wrap-Up Lesson 1.1
Add to Evidence Board
4. 1.1.5 Time of Death Due TUESDAY

5. 1.1.6 Student Response Sheet -- DUE TUESDAY -> Scenarios on 1.1.6

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.18
Safety Signature Sheets
Investigate Notes
Wrap-Up Career Journals -- share w/ other 6 group members
Safety Video
Start 1.1.4 The Evidence
Close Toed Shoes - TOMORROW

Crime Scene Sketch & Conclusion question 1 from 1.1.2 & question 1 from 1.1.3 - WEDNESDAY

Career Journals (Online Submission for Corl; Print out for Pritchard) -- WEDNESDAY
T
8.19

1.1.4 The Evidence
Career Journals (Online Submission for Corl; Print out for Pritchard) -- TOMORROW

Crime Scene Sketch & Conclusion question 1 from 1.1.2 & question 1 from 1.1.3 - TOMORROW

1.1.4 Lab + 2 analysis questions (1. Why is it important to wear the appropriate lab attire? 2. Why is it important to maintain clean lab stations and keep them how you found them?) - THURSDAY
W
8.20
Crime Scene Sketch w/ 2 Conclusion Questions

Career Journals
Guest Speaker
Westerville Police Department Detectives
Close Toed Shoes TOMORROW

1.1.4 Lab - TOMORROW
R
8.21
(CORL)
1.1.4 The Evidence Lab w/ 2 additional lab questions
1.1.5 Time of Death

F
8.22
(CORL)
1.1.5 Graph - Submitted to LMS
Finish 1.1.5 Time of Death - Analyze WEDNESDAY
Closed Toed Shoes - MONDAY
R
8.21
(PRITCHARD)
1.1.4 The Evidence Lab w/ 2 additional lab questions
1.1.6 Blood Spatter Experimental Design
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F
8.22
(PRITCHARD)
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1.1.6 Blood Spatter --> Carry out Experiment


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

W
8.13

Syllabus

Set-Up Laboratory Notebook
Safety Agreement

Materials By TUESDAY
Safety Signature Sheet - TUESDAY
Close Toed Shoes - TUESDAY
R
8.14
(CORL)
or
F
8.15
(PRITCHARD)

Introduction to Anna's Death Video
Death Scene Processing PowerPoint
1.1.2 Examining the Scene (Sketch) - Part 1 & 3
1.1.3 Careers in the Biomedical Sciences - Part 1
Investigative Notes (clues, crime scene, theories, additional questions, persons of interest)
Investigative Notes - MONDAY
F
8.15
(CORL)
R
8.14
(PRITCHARD)

LMS Login & Computer Check
1.1.3 Careers in the Biomedical Sciences - Part 2
BibMe
Purdue OWL Citing Rules
Safety Signature Sheet - MONDAY
Close Toed Shoes - MONDAY
Investigative Notes (all 5 sections)- MONDAY

Crime Scene Sketch. Conclusion Question from 1.1.2 & 1.1.3 - TUESDAY

Career Journals (1 & 2) - Wednesday