Human Body Systems Unit One
Unit One • Essential Questions • As we discuss an essential question, write it down in your journal • Keep notes on the question throughout the unit • Each question gets a separate page! • Key term crossword puzzle • As we discuss key terms, write down definition in your journal • As you have time, go back and put in the crossword • Not during other activities!
Activity 1.1.1 • What is Biomedical Science? • FIRST KEY TERM • Brainstorm • The application of the principles of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to clinical medicine
1.1.1 Discuss • If someone is found dead, who are some of the people who would investigate the cause of death?” • Essential Questions • What causes death? • What clues may be found at a scene of a mysterious death that may help to determine the cause of death? • Let’s go explore room 113…
Activity 1.1.1 • The Mystery- Was it a Crime • Magic Hat Pair-Up • Access Activity 1.1.1 in curriculum • Complete Activity 1.1.1 • Discuss & Present • List of evidence • Questions about the medical condition of the victim • Questions about the crime scene • Miscellaneous Questions
1.1.2 Career Journals • Brainstorm • In the description of the mystery, what professions or careers were mentioned? • Name careers in healthcare or biomedical science…take pre-test • Essential Question • If someone was interested in a career with responsibility to determine the cause of death, what careers should he or she consider and investigate?
Activity 1.1.2: • How is a career journal entry completed? • First entries in Career Journals • EMT • Coroner • 911 Operator • Documents • Career Journal Guidelines • Rubric • Example • Biomedical Sciences Documentation protocol (presentation & handout) • Complete Activity 1.1.2 • Key Terms
Activity 1.1.2: Good Links! • Minnesota Internet System for Education and Employment Knowledge http://www.iseek.org/careers/research.html • The Health Professionals Network: http://www.healthpronet.org/ahp_month/index.html http://www.healthpronet.org/students/index.html • The National Institute of Health http://science.education.nih.gov/LifeWorks • The Indiana Private Industry Council http://www.bioworksu.com/ • If you register you can earn points towards "degrees," including doctor, and print out diplomas from Bioworks U to mark their progress
Activity 1.1.3 • Brainstorm • Based on what we know thus far, what are some possible causes for the death of the woman? (LIST) • Review Evidence from day 1 • How could some of these possible causes of death be linked to our evidence? • Let’s make some connections • Link the evidence (from day one) to possible causes of death • Link the possible causes of death to specific body systems (LIST) • Essential Questions • What are examples of human body systems? • What organs make up the different body systems? • What are examples of interactions between body systems? • What might be the consequence of malfunctions in any of the body systems?
Activity 1.1.3 • Key Term • System • Essential Question 8 • What is a system? • Can anyone give examples of non-living systems? • Read the procedure of Activity 1.1.3 • In this activity, you will work on a team to study one specific system and report your team’s research to the class in the following ways: • Create and present a team presentation explaining the system • Add the system to the life size human body poster
Activity 1.1.3 • You will be using the Internet for research on an assigned system & present your research to the class • Website Evaluation Presentation • Essential Questions • Are all sources of information accurate and reliable? • How can you tell if information on the Internet is accurate and reliable?
Activity 1.1.3 • Changes from Activity… • Each group will make their own body-size poster • We’ll put the class one together at the end • Glue your organs to the right paper color (these can be printouts you color or drawings or made from paper or other supplies) • Documents • 1.1.3 Resource Sheet • Presentation Rubric • Peer Evaluation Rubric • 1.1.3 Graphic Organizer
Activity 1.1.3 Groups Together you will: • Investigate a specific human body system to identify structures and functions of its component parts. • Design and produce models of the parts of the specific system and place them on a life size poster of the human body. • Summarize and present to the class your research on the specific body system. • Take notes on all six body systems as each group presents. • Continue to look for clues for the cause of death of the victim. • Begin to investigate medical issues that can affect human body systems.
Activity 1.1.3: Presentations • Is well organized, neatly prepared, and easy to see. • Uses drawings, pictures, and text to describe the structure and function of the assigned system. • May use presentation software, e.g. PowerPoint. • Includes clear diagrams or visual representations of the organs. • Includes an explanation of the functions of each organ. • Includes information that shows a clear link between all organs that are part of the assigned system. • Includes information showing a clear link between the assigned system and other body systems. • Includes all organs listed on the resource sheet for the assigned system. • Includes an explanation of how your team determined the correct sizes for each of construction paper representations of the organs. • Involves each team member in the presentation. • Cites all resources used to prepare the presentation and reflects proper format for all citations. • Is 8-10 minutes long with 2-3 minutes for questions (total 10-13 min)
To Do Today • Create a plan and get it OK’d by me • Plan should include: • Group Leader? • Communication (email, phone…) • Who will do what? • Poster organs? • PowerPoint? • Present? • Deadlines for your projects • Use your strengths…artists, speakers, web-searchers…etc.
To Do Today • Turn in conclusion questions from Activity 1.1.2 (if you haven’t already) • Go back over presentation rubric • Reread Activity 1.1.3 • Practice your talks • Make sure your summary is complete • Make sure you have 2 of each organ/structure- keep these until tomorrow • Finishing touches
Activity 1.1.3 • Human body poster instructions • Group Poster & class Poster so 2 copies of each organ! • Power point experience? • Sequence of presentations will be: Urinary, Nervous, Endocrine, Digestive, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, and Immune • Due Tuesday! • Day of your presentations: • You’ll make your presentation, add organs to the human body poster, and write notes about the presentations on the graphic organizer • You’ll complete the Peer Evaluation Rubric for each of the members of your group • We’ll make connections between the body systems
To Do Today • Awesome, awesome job yesterday!!! • Complete/ turn in Activity 1.1.3 • Complete peer review • Add new key terms to crossword and lab journal • Pictures with posters! • New features on website… • 1.1.3 Key Terms • Cardiovascular System • Cell • Digestive System • Endocrine System • Immune System • Nervous System • Organ • Respiratory System • System • Tissue • Urinary System
To Do Today • Career Journals • Graded 1 of 3 (can drop lowest at end of year) • Each bullet HAS to be addressed • Formatting • Citations (use new handout!) • Conclusion questions • When an activity is due the conclusion questions for that activity are due the same day • Unless otherwise noted • Answers go on the worksheet • Grades • Graded for “on-time” day due (1/2 of grade) • Sometimes we’ll go over the answers as a class • Graded for content in portfolio (1/2 of grade)
Participation (20% of your grade) Assessed weekly • 5- Attitude & respect • Don’t talk when I’m talking • Don’t talk back when I make request • 5- On-task & using time wisely • Not surfing online • Not doing other work • 5- Working well with others • Respectful helpful with partner(s) • 5- Behavior • Hands-off each other • Not playing with materials • Act like a grown-up You will each get a progress report to take home & have signed in the next couple of weeks!
Activity 1.1.4 • Introduction to Inspiration • Free trial @ http://www.inspiration.com/global/freetrial • Download now! • Making Concept Map • Text boxes/ Rapid fire • Connections • Text on connections • Layout • Images • Should read like a sentence! • NEAT & CLEAN! • Save & Transfer
Activity 1.1.4 • What system are we missing? • Complete Activity 1.1.4 • Work on your own…have fun with Inspiration! • We’ll go over conclusion questions together at the end of the day!
Activity 1.1.5 • Remember all those connecting lines between the body systems on the human body poster • Brainstorm • What would happen if, for example, the cardiovascular system no longer interacted with the digestive system?
Activity 1.1.5 • Complete Activity 1.1.5 How Do Systems Interconnect • Part A Homework • Part B with a partner • Concept Map Rubric • Share concept maps with the class • Complete part C using class maps and the internet when necessary • Systems Link Chart • DUE THURSDAY!!!!
Key Terms To-Date • Bibliography • Biomedical Science • Cardiovascular System • Cell • Citation • Coroner • Digestive System • Documentation • Endocrine System • Nervous System • Organ • Plagiarize • Primary Source • Respiratory System • Secondary Source • System • Tissue
Essential Questions To-Date • What causes death? • What clues may be found at a scene of a mysterious death that may help to determine the cause of death? • If someone was interested in a career with responsibility to determine the cause of death, what careers should he or she consider and investigate? • What are examples of human body systems? • What organs make up the different body systems? • What are examples of interactions between body systems? • What might be the consequence of malfunctions in any of the body systems? • What is a system? • Are all sources of information accurate and reliable? • How can you tell if information on the Internet is accurate and reliable?
Activity 1.1.6 • Brainstorm • How can we determine the cause of death of the victim? • Essential Question 11 • What is an autopsy and how can it be used to determine the cause of death? • What do we know/ need to know about autopsies? • What answers (to our questions from Day 1) might we get from an autopsy? • Dr. G episode(s)
Activity 1.1.6 • Activity 1.1.6 What Does the Evidence Say • Key Terms • Autopsy • Coroner • Forensic Science • Medical Examiner • Complete Part A of Activity 1.1.6. in your Body System teams • We’ll discuss Conclusion Questions 1 & 2 • Cardiovascular (3) • Digestive (3) • Endocrine (3) • Immune & Urinary (2) • Nervous (2) • Respiratory (2)
Activity 1.1.6 • Activity 1.1.6 What Does the Evidence Say • Complete Part B of Activity 1.1.6. in your Body System teams • Evidence Document (By team number) • Give 2 minute summary • Record on Evidence Board • List possible causes of death as a class & VOTE • Open Autopsy results • Discuss!
Activity 1.1.7 • Brainstorm • When someone is sick or has an illness, should others be told? • Essential Questions • Why is confidentiality of patient information important? • Who should keep patient information confidential? • Is there ever a time when patient confidentiality should be broken? • You will write a summary about patient’s rights and HIPAA…presentation
Activity 1.1.7 • Why Confidentiality? • Have any of you heard of HIPAA or of the Patients Bill of Rights? • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act • Documents • Summarizing Presentation • Outlining and Summarizing Guidelines • Working in pairs, complete Activity 1.1.7 • Career selection in magic hat
Activity 1.1.8 • Activity 1.1.8 • Careers that Determine the Cause of Death • Pathologist • Toxicologist • Medical Examiner