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    • Issues and Life Science Unit B: Body Works Mr. Forde Scofield Magnet MS
    • Activity 12: What’s Happening Inside? October 3-4, 2013 Getting Started: List as many human organs as you can. Introduction: Read and summarize pg. B-10 in 2 sentences.
    • Challenge: What do you know about organs and organ systems of the human body? Key Words: System- A group of related parts that work together Organ- a structure made of tissues that perform an important body function (job). Organ System- a group of organs that work together to perform an important body function (job).
    • RACE: Is the Human Body an amazing machine?
    • Procedure: Have you read and do you understand the procedure for part A pg. B11-B12 together? Write two sentences that describes what you will be doing. Results: Part A: Copy questions from part A “laying it out” Part B: Write your grouped organs in your notebook cardiovascular system, cell, Complete student sheet 12.1 sheet digestive system, excretory system, function, muscular system, Part C: Clay model nervous system, organ, reproductive system, respiratory Part D: student sheet 12.2a and 12.2b system, skeletal system, structure, system (body system) Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1,2, 5 and 6. Reflection: What new things have you learned about the human body in this activity?
    • Activity 13: Living With Your Liver October 11, 2013 Getting Started: What do you know about your liver? (one sentence) Challenge: How does your liver help to keep your body in balance? Keywords: (vocab section) Structure- the way in which parts are arranged Function- job Regulate- to control the rate or speed of something Toxin- a poison that is harmful to the human body Procedure: Read, Annotate and RACE the liver article.
    • Activity 14: Breakdown October 8 -10, 2013 Introduction: Read p B-19 and describe the difference between mechanical and chemical digestion. Challenge: What are the common elements of all scientific problem-solving methods? Key Words: chemical breakdown, mechanical breakdown, surface area
    • Challenge: Why is it important to chew your food? Procedure: Design an experiment on digestion and have the following in your notebook: •Title •Purpose •Variable being tested (Indep. Variable) •Procedure •Hypothesis •Variables we are keeping the same Results: •Data on data chart (in notebook) from your original experiment. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 - 3
    • •Title: Breakdown - Part B. •Problem: What effect does •Variable being tested (Indep. Variable): •Hypothesis: If….. then….. because •Variables we kept the same(Control Variables) •Procedure: Step 1Results: ______ sec. Observations:
    • Activity 15: Digestion: An Absorbing Tale October 21, 2013 Getting Started: Do question 1 on student sheet 15.1 (Burrito) on back 1/2 of page. Challenge: How does your digestion system work? Key Words: Absorb (absorption)- moving of nutrients from the digestive system to your blood Nutrients: completely broken down food Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 2 an3 for HW (discuss 4 and 6 in class) Reflection: Sheet 15.1
    • Villi
    • Digestive system organs: Mouth- teeth and tongue – mechanical digestion - saliva – chemical digestion (starches) Esophagus- connects mouth to stomach - wave like motion Stomach- churns foods- mechanical digestion - powerful acid – chemical digestion of proteins Liver and Pancreas- sprays digestive juices onto the food as it leaves the stomach to digest fats and reduce acidity. Small Intestine- Site of MOST chemical digestion; Villi absorb nutrients here Large Intestine- Solid waste formed and water reabsorbed.
    • Activity 16: Support System: Bones, Joints and Muscles October 23-25 2013 Introduction: Read intro on pg. B28 Challenge: How do the structures in a chicken wing or a human arm enable it to perform its function? Key Words: Bone- a tissue made of bone cells surrounded by calcium phosphate. Cartilage- a slippery tissue located at the ends of bones, your ears and the tip of your nose. Joint- a location where two bones meet Ligament- tissue that connects Bone to Bone. Tendon- Tissue that connects Muscle to Bone.
    • The functions (Jobs) of the bones: 1)Protection- (rib cage, skull etc.) 2)Support 3)Production of blood cells in marrow (Center part of long/flat bones) 4)Movement (with skeletal muscles) 5)Mineral Storage (Calcium)
    • Activity 17: Gas Exchange October 30, 2013 Getting Started: Complete the anticipation guide 17.1 “before” Challenge: How much carbon dioxide is in your exhaled breath? Key Words: Indicator – are chemicals that change their appearance in different solutions. Respiratory System – the body system that allows you to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. ----------------------------------------------Procedure: Have you read and do you understand the procedure for part A on pg. B39-B40? Write two sentences that describe what you will be doing.
    • Results: Part A results- create this chart. CUP Initial BTB Final BTB After Adding color color Sodium hydroxide A (control) X B (air) X C (sodium hydroxide) X D (exhaled breath 1) E (exhaled breath 2) Part B- ______ - number of drop it took to match the BTB control color. Analysis: Part B- Answer Analysis Questions 3 - 7 pg. B43 Reflection: If you had pneumonia, which limits your ability to take exchange oxygen, how do you think you would feel?
    • RACE: R— Re-state question A— Answer question -------------------------------------------------C— Cite Evidence “ I know this because……” E— Expand answer “This tells me that……..”
    • Challenge: How can you quantitatively measure your level of fitness? Key Words: Pulse Procedure: Follow along on pages B51 - B52 Results: •What do you predict your resting heart rate will be per minute? _________beats/min •After moderate exercise what will your heart rate be per minute? _________beats/min Use data sheet 19.1 “Pulse Data” for all additional data. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 - 3 pg. b52 - b53. (HW q 4 pg b-53
    • Feel the Beat! (Embedded Task) October 28 and 30, 2013 Getting Started: Think of two different activities that might impact your heart rate? (Be creative… it doesn’t have to be exercise.) Introduction: We will be using inquiry think sheets to design our own original “Feel the beat” experiments!
    • Pulse- the throbbing of arteries as blood is pushed through them by the heart Circulatory System- the system that circulates blood around your body. Respiratory System- the body system that allows you to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide.
    • Activity 18: The Circulation Game November 13, 2013 Introduction: Read pg. B-45 and discuss with class. Challenge: What does the blood do as it travels around the body? Key Words: Cardiovascular System (circulatory system)- made up of the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries that transport blood around the body. Vein- A vessel that returns blood to the heart Artery- a vessel that carries blood away from the heart Capillaries- Very tiny blood vessels that connect arteries to veins. They deliver Oxygen to the tissues.
    • Key Words: Cardiovascular System Procedure: Do part A on pg B46 - B47 and discuss with your team. Do part B on pg B48 and play or observe the game. Results: Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 - 6.
    • Activity 21: Inside a pump? November 14 , 2013 Getting Started: When we played the circulation game did blood travel in more than one direction? Introduction: Read intro on pg. B59
    • Challenge: What type of pump is better for pumping water? What does this tell you about the structure of your heart? Procedure: Experiment with both types of bulbs and try and make them work like your heart might. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1,2, and 3. Reflection: What new things have you learned about the heart in this activity?
    • Activity 22: The Heart a Muscle? November 18, 2013 Getting Started: If your heart beats 70 times per minute, how many times does it beat in a day? Show your work. Introduction: Read intro. page B-62
    • Challenge: How can you measure how hard the heart works? Procedure: See page B-63 Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 2, 3 and 4 Reflection: What new things have you learned about the heart in this activity?
    • STEM Activity: Working heart or lung model. November 12 Getting Started: Describe a few ways you can you create a model of the heart or lungs? Introduction:You will be challenged to plan and develop a model or the heart or lung.
    • Engineering Design Cycle
    • Activity 23: HEART PARTS November 19 , 2013 Getting Started: How is the heart designed to force blood to flow in one direction? Intro: Read intro on page B-65 Challenge: How does your heart work as a double pump? Key Words: Atrium- a chamber in which blood enters the heart Ventricle- a chamber in which blood is pumped to the lungs or body, Valves: a device that controls the flow of a liquid.
    • Results: Answer Stopping to Think questions in notebook. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1, 2 and 4.
    • Activity 25: Healing the Heart Homework Getting Started: Do you know someone who has had a heart problem? What is it? Challenge: What are some risks in developing new treatments for heart problems? Procedure: Do the reading pg. B-73 - B-76 Results: Complete three level reading guide and timeline sheet. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 - 5.
    • Activity 27: The Pressure’s On Optional Getting Started: hat kind of heart problems have you heard of? How do they effect the heart? Challenge: What are the effects of high blood pressure on the heart? Key Words: blood pressure Procedure: Have you read and do you understand the procedure on pg. B83 -B84? Write two sentences that describe what you will be doing. Results: Complete the blood pressure data sheet. Analysis: p. B-84 analysis question 3 in your notebook
    • Activity 28: Heart Problems November 17 , 2010 Optional Getting Started: Introduction: Read and summarize pg. B-10 in 2 sentences. Challenge: What causes a heart attack or stroke? Key Words: Coronary Arteries, Risk Factors Procedure: Read the passage together and use the “problems of the heart” sheet. Results: Answer the “stopping to think” questions below. Analysis: p. B-89 analysis questions 1 and 2 in your notebook Reflection: What can you do to improve or maintain the health of your heart?
    • Activity 29: Helping Hearts Optional Project Getting Started: Take the heart risk quiz. Introduction: Are there healthy choices you can make to help your heart? Challenge: What is your relative risk of heart disease? How can you convince people to make choices hat reduce their level of risk? Key Words: voluntary Procedure: Have your team take the heart risk quiz and decide which items are voluntary. Results: Part A: Take the healthy choices quiz and determine which are voluntary. Part B: Write your “Make Healthy Decisions” Brochure!
    • Notebook Quiz #2 Question 1: What is the challenge question of activity 13? Question 2: What is the definition of the word “Nutrients”? Question 3: What is the name of Activity 14? Question 4: List 5 digestive system organs. (activity 15) Question 5: What are 4 jobs of the bones? (activity 16) Question 6: What is the definition of the word “Capillaries”? Question 7: On what date did we do Activity 22? Question 8: What is the getting started question of activity 23?
    • Activity 21: Inside a pump? November 5 , 2010 Getting Started: When we played the circulation game did blood travel in more than one direction? Introduction: Read and summarize pg. B-10 in 2 sentences.
    • Challenge: What do you know about organs and organsystems of the human body? Key Words: cardiovascular system, cell, digestive system, excretory system, function, muscular system, nervous system, organ, reproductive system, respiratory system, skeletal system, structure, system (body system) Procedure: Have you read and do you understand the procedure for part A pg. B11-B12 together? Write two sentences that describes what you will be doing. Results: Part A: Copy questions from part A “laying it out” Part B: Write your grouped organs in your notebook Complete student sheet 12.1 sheet Part C: Clay model Part D: student sheet 12.2a and 12.2b Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1,2, 5 and 6. Reflection: What new things have you learned about the human body in this activity?
    • In your opinion, which risk factor do you believe contributes the most to heart disease?