You Can’t Have One Without the Other. Body Systems. TAKS Objective 2. The student will demonstrate an understanding of living systems and the environment – Interdependence occurs among living systems. TEKS 8.6 A.
You Can’t Have One Without the Other
TAKS Objective 2
The student will demonstrate an understanding of living systems and the environment – Interdependence occurs among living systems
TEKS 8.6 A
The student knows that interdependence occurs among living systems. The student is expected to describe interactions among systems in the human organism
Describe connections between the immune system and other body systems.
Design an experiment to demonstrate the relationship between the circulatory and respiratory systems.
Summarize the relationship between oxygen debt and muscular contractions.
Create labeled drawings of the lungs and diaphragm during inhalation and exhalation.
Human Body Team
All the systems play a part. How do they interact?
Which one is the most important?
I tell everything what to do. I tell the heart when to beat, the body when to move, the digestive system to add enzymes.
I am the leader.
Show the movie clip from Ebola: The Plague Fighters
How is Ebola virus transmitted?
How does Ebola affect humans?
Repeat the experiment and offer the option to abstain. Change the infectious agent to HIV.
Explain the connection between the immune system with other body systems.
Play the song, “Turn the Beat Around” by Gloria Estefan.
How much faster is your pulse after jogging?
Why did the heart rate increase?
How did the circulatory and respiratory system interact?
Record the number of times you can squeeze a tennis ball for 2 minutes.
How did you hand feel at the end of the activity?
What is happening to the muscles in your hand?
How do swimmers overcome lactate buildup as they near the end of a race?
Which body systems are interacting together in this activity?
Explain the connection between the circulatory and respiratory systems.
What is the difference in these two liquids? Can you make them the same?
Complete the learning experience.
Why did the BTB solution turn yellow in the presence of carbon dioxide?
2.Why does the need for oxygen increase during exercise?
Suggest an experiment to change the solution back to blue. Hint: The amount of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the solution must be changed.
Explain how the muscular, skeletal, and circulatory systems work together during digestion.
Everyday about 1/5 of the tip of each villus is lost during digestion. Guess what is in 1/3 of daily excrement?
Complete the learning experience on page 42-43.
Which cloth is similar to the villi?
How would this help in absorption of food?
What do the villi, alveoli, and nephrons have in common?
Demonstrate diffusion across a cell membrane using raw eggs with no shell
Explain how the muscular, skeletal, circulatory, and respiratory systems work together during breathing.
Pair with a partner and describe how the two systems interact.
Form a triad and describe how the three systems interact.