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Skeletal System. Test Friday, January 11th. 1-3-13. REVIEW DSQ 32B Clean Notes—Organized OBJ Main Functions of Skeletal System 13 Main Bones Fill out Worksheet Cut out bones by Friday, January 4 th. SKELETAL SYSTEM. Main Function of Skeletal System

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Skeletal system

Skeletal System

Test Friday, January 11th


1 3 13

1-3-13

REVIEW

  • DSQ 32B

  • Clean Notes—Organized

    OBJ

  • Main Functions of Skeletal System

  • 13 Main Bones

  • Fill out Worksheet

  • Cut out bones by Friday, January 4th


Skeletal system1

SKELETAL SYSTEM

  • Main Function of Skeletal System

    • Support the body

    • Protect the body

  • Skeleton- is a hard structure that supports and protects an animals body.

  • Bones- hard structures made of living cells and minerals.

  • A human has 206 bones—most do


  • 1 4 13

    1-4-13

    • DSQ 33A

    • Bones-Put together

    • CH will be here in the near future

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 main functions of Skeletal System

    • What bones and skeleton are…

      OBJECTIVES

    • To understand the types of bones (Skull, Backbone, Trunk, & Arm & Leg bones do)


    Bone types

    Bone Types

    • Skull—surrounds and protects the brain

      • Protects your brain

      • Bones don’t move

      • Babies skulls are in many small pieces to allow for the birth

      • Ossification---when bones harden as babies grow older


    Bone types1

    Bone Types

    • Backbones

      • 26 small hollow bones

      • Form a tube to protect the spinal cord


    1 7 13

    1-7-13

    • DSQ 33B Quiz Questions

    • Bones Quiz

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 Main Functions

    • Skull Bones

    • Protection of Brain & Spinal Cord

      OBJ

    • The other 3 types of bones trunk and arm & leg bones

    • What is cartilage & Calcium

    • What are the 4 types of joints

    • 2 Assign Worksheet


    Bone types2

    Bone Types

    • Trunk Bones

      • Ribs & hip bones

      • 12 pair of ribs

      • Protects-----Ribs= lungs, heart

      • Protects-----Hips=kidneys, intestines, and bladder


    Bone types3

    Bone Types

    • Arm & Leg Bones

      • Long bones

        A) Arm-Humerous

        B) Leg-Femur

      • Hands & feet-----short bones

        • Palm 5 bones

        • Fingers on one hand 14 bones


    Cartilage

    Cartilage

    • Cartilage— tough bendable material that cushions bones—ears & nose

    • Calcium- a mineral that makes bones hard


    1 8 13

    1-8-13

    • DSQ QUIZ-Correct

    • Correct 2 WS & Score

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 Main Functions

    • Types of Bones (4 Types)

      OBJ

    • 4 Types of joints & an example

    • Ligaments & Sprains

    • Assign WS


    4 types of joints

    4 Types of Joints

    Joints- Where bones are joined together

    JOINTEXAMPLE

    FixedSkull

    Ball & Socket Hip & Shoulder

    HingeElbow & Knee

    PivotWrist & Ankle


    Ligaments

    Ligaments

    • Ligaments-Strong tough fibers that hold bones together at joints

    • Looks like a cord—stretches easily

    • Sprain- occurs when ligaments tear or stretch away from the bones


    1 9 12

    1-9-12

    • DSQ 34A

    • Correct 2 Worksheets

    • Test Friday, January 11th

      REVIEW

    • 13 bones

    • Main Function

    • Protection---Ribs, skull, backbones, hips

    • 4 Types of bones

    • 4 Types of joints & an example

      OBJ

    • Two types of fractures

    • Common Bone Names

    • Essay Question

    • Assign 2 Worksheet


    Fractures

    Fractures

    • Simple Fracture- a break in the bone

    • Compound Fracture- a break in the bone and skin

    • It may take four weeks to a year for a bone to heal


    Common scientific names

    COMMON & SCIENTIFIC NAMES

    • Skull Cranium

    • Lower JawMandible

    • CollarboneClavicle

    • Breast PlateSternum

    • Shoulder BladeScapula

    • Knee CapPatella

    • Shin boneTibia

    • FingersPhalanges

    • The bone that doesn’t tell the truthFibula

      (it lies!)


    Essay how are the arm and leg similar

    Essay—How are the arm and leg similar

    • Both the shoulder and hip start with a ball and socket joint

    • In arm-Humerus and In leg-femur are long bones

    • Hinge joint of knee & elbow

    • Lower arm & leg branch into two bones. Leg=tibia & fibula Arm=ulna & radius

    • Pivot joint of wrist & ankle

    • Hand & feet are made of short bones


    1 10 13

    1-10-13

    • DSQ 34B

    • Correct 3 worksheets & score

    • Test-Friday, January 11th

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 Main functions

    • Bones, skeleton, cartilage, joints, calcium, Ligament, and sprain

    • 4 Joints & an example

    • Protection: ribs, hips, backbones, skull

      OBJ

    • Clicker Quiz

    • Preview Test

    • Assign 1Worksheet


    1 11 12

    1-11-12

    • DSQ Quiz

    • Correct worksheet & score

    • Correct & Assign ‘CH’

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 Main functions

    • Bones, skeleton, cartilage, joints, calcium, Ligament, and sprain

    • 4 Joints & an example

    • Protection: ribs, hips, backbones, skull

      OBJ

    • Preview Test

    • Assign Worksheet (2)


    1 10 131

    1-10-13

    • DSQ 34B

    • Correct 3 worksheet & score

    • Test-January 11th

      REVIEW

    • 13 Bones

    • 2 Main functions

    • Bones, skeleton, cartilage, joints, calcium, Ligament, and sprain

    • 4 Joints & an example

    • Protection: ribs, hips, backbones, skull

      OBJ

    • Preview Test

    • Clicker Quiz

    • Test tomorrow


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