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HBS 1.1.2. How do you give someone directions?. What about if you were talking about a specific place on a human body?. Congratulations!!. It’s a boy/girl!. Directional Terms. o  Anterior; Posterior o  Inferior; Superior o  Medial; Lateral o  Distal; Proximal o  Superficial; Deep

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Hbs 1 1 2

HBS 1.1.2


How do you give someone directions

How do you give someone directions?


What about if you were talking about a specific place on a human body

What about if you were talking about a specific place on a human body?


Congratulations

Congratulations!!

  • It’s a boy/girl!


Directional terms

Directional Terms

  • o  Anterior; Posterior

  • o  Inferior; Superior

  • o  Medial; Lateral

  • o  Distal; Proximal

  • o  Superficial; Deep

  • o  Ventral; Dorsal


To do

To Do

  • Put terms on your maniken with flags

  • Create a foldable with the

    • Term

    • Illustration

    • Definition

  • Homework : Use each of the terms in a sentence. Bring sentences tomorrow.


Day 2

Day 2


Locate the area of the body indicated by each of the following regional terms

Locate the area of the body indicated by each of the following regional terms.

  • o  Abdominalo  Antecubitalo  Axillaryo  Brachialo  Buccalo  Calcanealo  Carpalo  Cephalico  Cervicalo  Coxalo  Digitalo  Femoralo  Glutealo  Inguinalo  Lumbaro  Nasalo  Occipitalo  Olecranalo  Oralo  Orbitalo  Patellaro  Pelvico  Poplitealo  Sacralo  Scapularo  Sternalo  Tarsalo  Thoracico  Umbilicalo  Vertebral


To do1

To Do

  • On a body system graphic organizer, label the area.

  • Place new flags on your maniken

  • After you have finished, study by taking the flags off and using them to quiz your maniken partner.

  • At the end of the period, you will have a success check question, so make sure you have studied them well.


Success check

Success Check

  • What does it mean if a doctor says he/she is about to dissect the distal end of the popliteal artery?


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