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Unit 3 Assignments
Science Skills
Cell Theory

MS-LS1-1
Science Skills
Cell Structures

MS-LS1-2
Human Body Systems
   Bundle 3 Why are bones so hard?
MS-LS1-3  Evidence Statement
Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells.
Packet
In multicellular organisms, the body is a system of multiple interacting subsystems, which are groups of cells that work together to form tissues and organs that are specialized for particular body functions (LS1.A as in MSLS1-3).
All living things are made up of cells, which is the smallest unit that can be said to be alive. An organism may consist of one single cell (unicellular) or many different numbers and types of cells (multicellular) (LS1.A as in MS-LS1-1). Within cells, special structures are responsible for particular functions, and the cell membrane forms the boundary that controls what enters and leaves the cell (LS1.A as in MS-LS1-2). In multicellular organisms, the body is a system of multiple interacting subsystems, which are groups of cells that work together to form tissues and organs that are specialized for particular body functions (LS1.A as in MSLS1-3).

Quia Quiz: Tissues & Senses (M)


Take every day before sleeping!
 

Vocabulary Review Activities

 BrainPop Animations and Practice QuizesBrainPop

PearsonPPT-ThumbCells Slideshow

 

Vocabulary - Glossary

Body Systems: Chapter 1 Section 1: Pages 16-21:


How The Nervous System Works: Chapter 7 Section 1: Pages 190-195:


Divisions Of The Nervous System:
Chapter 7 Section 2: Pages 196-205:
The Senses: Chapter 7 Section 3: Pages 206-214:


Hearing Sound Chapter 2, Section4  Pages 52-61

Loooking Inside Cells: Chapter 1 Sections 2 Pages 23-31:

Human Biology Part 1
Human Biology Part 2

Brainworks - Memories and perception games

Understanding Your Brain - Memory and Recall

Head-To-Head - Football Concussions article

Science Scope Brain Tricks

Reading Essentials Booklets
NG Sound And Light
All About Light and Sound & worksheet


Science Skills Handbook
Appendix: Pages 202-214:
Process Skills Packet

Labs & Videos
Screenshot of the simulation Membrane Channels
PHET Color Vision


write up an experiment
Friction
Gizmos Sight Vs. Sound Reaction Time


write up an experiment

Gizmos Reaction Time


write up an experiment

Gizmos Circulatory System
Gizmos Digestive System
Use arguments supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells.

  1. Digestive System Activity
  2. Digestive System Worksheet
  3. Digestive System PowerPoint and Microviewers Slides
  4. Textbook - Chapter 3 Digestive System - Espanol
  5. BrainPopDigestive System   ---- Espanol
  6. Schooltube Bill Nye Digestion

  1. BrainPopCirculatory System - Espanol
  2. BrainPopHeart - Espanol
  3. Circ System Worksheet
  4. Circ System PowerPoint w/ MicroViewer Slides (&Esp)
  5. Human Body Text Part 1- Chapter4 pages 100-127 - Espanol
  6. Gizmos Circulation

 

Discovery Cells

YouTube

Bill Nye Cells

Espanol

Shooltube

and quiz
NIH The Ear
NIH The Ear


Cell Specialization
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp6L5emD8rw
Salamander Embryo - Cell Differentiation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxFwenTA-gQ
Human Embryo = Cell Differentiation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR-Qa_LD2m4&list=PLUvXFT31swehqntnfI-5gIF0_4d_sP3kS
Processing Problems

The Ear
NobelPrize-The Ear
Brain Training
 
The Human Eye
Study Jams
  1. Hearing
  2. Seeing
  3. Smelling
  4. Touching
  5. Tasting
  6. Nervous System
  7. Muscular System
  8. Respiratory System
  9. Skeletal System
  10. Digestive System
  11. Circulatory System
TeacherTube

WatchKnowLearn.org
Engage

Discrepant Event

Explore

Research
Explain

Write-Up
Elaborate

New situations/applications
Evaluate

project to share
Reading & Math Work
ReadingHomeworkLogo

Math and DataMath Logo
Projects by Learning Style and Media Type
Silver Sensing THinking Hand Sensing-Thinking (Mastery)
Facts
  1. Create a diagram that shows the human body and its systems.
Silver Sensing Feeling Heart Sensing-Feeling (Interpersonal)
A time when you...
  1. Show how __________________are parts of  human body systems.
Intuitive Thinking-Head Intuitive-Thinking (Understanding)
Playing with facts

  1. Create a diagram that compares or contrasts different types of human body systems.
Silver Intuitive Feeling Intuitive-Feeling (Self-Expressive)
Creating new possibiliteis

  1. Show how ___________.
imovieVideo/Animation

  1. Make a video or animation of atoms  (see options above.) Narrate, subtitle, or text page to show this week's concepts.
PowerPointPresentation

  1. Create a PowerPoint, ToonDoo, or other graphic that shows one of the projects above.

garagebandPodcast Audio

  1. Make a radio show, podcast, or song about the elements (see options above.) Narrate, subtitle, or text page to show this week's concepts.
ArtistMusicianLive Presentation Project

  1. Make a poster, play, song or cartoon showing your understanding of the elements in its many forms.
Essential Vocabulary & Concepts 
Picture Core Knowledge or Concept
Tissue - systems of cells working together for a specific purpose.
All cells come from a single type of stem cell that can differentiate to become all other cells in your body.
Thereare four types of cells in humans epithelial, connective, muscle, nerve.
  Epithelial Tissue covers the inside and outside surfaces of the body, protecting it. Skin, organ lining, digestive tract lining.
Connective Tissue supports the body and connects its parts. Bones, fat, cartilage, tendons, blood, etc.
Muscle tissue can contract or shorten (it does not lengthen.) It makes all movements of the body. Heart, digestive muscles, etc.
Nerve tissue carries messages back and forth between the brain and every part of your body. Brain, spinal cord, sensory cells in the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and body (touch.)
An organ is a structure made of different kinds of tissue. Heart, lungs, kidney, etc
An organ system is a group of organs that work together. For example, the nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, eyes, ears, tongue, nose, sensory nerves, etc.
Systems of the humand body
  • Circulatory Carries things to and from the body’s cell. It also helps fight disease
  • Digestive Takes food into the body, breaks it down, and absorbs it.
  • Endocrine Controls some jobs of the body with chemicals.
  • Excretory Gets rid of waste.
  • Immune Fights disease.
  • Muscular Makes the body move; moves food and blood.
  • Nervous Gets and thinks about information from in and out of the body; controls most jobs in the body.
  • Reproductive Makes cells that can make children; controls some jobs in the body.
  • Respiratory Takes in oxygen and gets rid of carbon dioxide
  • Skeletal Supports and protects the body, works with muscles to move the body; makes blood cells.
  • Skin Protects the body, keeps water inside the body, and helps control body temperature.
Scientist

Wilder Penfield (~1950) Father of Modern Neuroscience-

Discovered that low voltage electrodes that touched brains during surgery caused people to remember memories. Each memory had a specific location on the temporal lobe.

Technology

Neural Networks