Warm Up 2/29: Content Standard 2 # 1-5 (pg 7-8)
Choose the one statement on each slide you think is correct and copy that statement into your science log. When finished, you should have six total statements written. Body Intropg 1
Respiratory System Breathing and respiration are the same thing. Breathing and respiration are not the same thing.
Respiratory System (2) My lungs pull in air and that causes me to breathe. My nose and mouth force air down my throat and that causes me to breathe. A muscle contracts that is near my lungs and that causes me to breathe.
Circulatory System My blood is not always red. My blood is not blue inside my body. My blood is not mostly made of water. My blood is not made inside my bones.
Digestive System Teeth are considered bones. Teeth are not considered bones.
Digestive System (2) My liver absorbs most of the nutrients from my food. My stomach absorbs most of the nutrients from my food. My small intestine absorbs most of the nutrients from my food. My large intestine absorbs most of the nutrients from my food.
Skeletal System Bones are alive. Bones are not alive.
Body Intro Respiratory System - - Circulatory System - Digestive System - - Skeletal System - Body Map Tape/glue the body outline onto the right page across from the intro statements. Cut out the 11 organs and tape them into the body outline. You may use your textbook for help.
Body Systems Intro For each activity mentioned, choose which organ systems are involved. Have the person holding that sign step forward and you tell the class why you picked that organ system. Can you identify any specific organs involved.
Warm Up 3/1: Content Standard 2 # 6-8 (pg 9)
Types of Tissuech 22 sect 1 Levels of Organization cellstissuesorgansorgan systems Homeostasis - Types of Tissue (22.1) pg. 2 Cut and tape the two boxes into science log. Use Figure 1 on pg 580-581 and copy the information about each tissue type into your science log.
Organ Systemspg 3 Turn your SL sideways and make this chart on the next 4 pages. Use Figure 3 on pg 582-583 to complete the chart – one row for each of the 12 body systems listed.