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“Chicken Wing” Lab. Focusing Questions. What makes up a chicken wing? What can you learn about the structure of a human arm by taking apart a chicken wing?. View the video with your partner and then try to identify A-G on the next slide.

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“Chicken Wing” Lab


Focusing Questions

  • What makes up a chicken wing?

  • What can you learn about the structure of a human arm by taking apart a chicken wing?


View the video with your partner and then try to identify A-G on the next slide.

  • http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5847812966848297955


Can you identilfy A-G?

A: muscle

B: skin

C: phalanges

D: metacarpals

E: ulna

F: radius

G: humerus


Analysis Questions

  • What is a tissue?

    A tissue is a group of similar cells that have a similar function.

  • List 8 kinds of tissue.

    Skin

    Connective tissue

    Fat

    Muscle

    Tendon

    Bone

    Ligament

    cartilage


Tissue Types


AQ#3

3a. Ligaments and tendons are similar because:

  • They are white

  • No blood supply

  • Slick and smooth

  • Shiny

  • Strong

    3b. Ligaments and tendons are different because:

  • Tendons connect muscle to bone

  • Ligaments connect bone to bone

  • Tendons are longer and thinner

  • Ligaments are shorter, heavier an thicker

  • Ligaments are at the joint

  • Tendons are along the muscle


AQ#4

Based on your observations, how would you describe

  • muscle tissue?

    A group of muscle cells

  • A muscle?

    A bunch of muscle tissue


AQ#5

Create a double bubble to compare chicken wings to your arm.

Think about tissues, design and movement.


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