3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:The Human Body Systems
  • Subject(s):Other
  • Days:15
  • Grade(s):8
Key Learning: Interaction of body systems is the key to maintaining and supporting life.
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Piecing it together... How does each body system work toward a common goal?
   
Concept: Cardiovascular/ Circulatory System 06.01, 06.02
Concept: Skeletal/Muscular System 06.01, 06.02
Concept: Respiratory System 06.01, 06.02
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Without the "Main Machine" and the pathways, how would things travel? (A)
How does our blood feed the cells of our body? (A)
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How do muscles and bones work together to move the body and its parts? (ET)
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Beauty is skin deep, what would we be without our skin? (A)
Have you used your epiglottis today? (A)
"You leave me beathless"; describe the marriage between the respiratory and cardiovascular systems? (ET)
Concept: Integumentary System
Concept: Digestive/Urinary System
Concept: Endocrine/Reproductive System
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How do muscles work together to move the body and its parts? (A)
Beauty is skin deep, what would we be without our skin? (A)
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Is this sytem "number one"? If so, "urine" good hands. (A)
Are you "what you eat"? (A)
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What do you mean by "raging hormones"? (A)
Concept: Nervous/Sensory System
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"See what I mean?" How do the nerves connect our brains to the environment? (A)
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  • Vein -
  • trachea -
  • Defecation -
  • Epidermis -
  • cartilage -
  • Puberty -
  • reflex -
  • ligament -
  • axon -
  • Dermis -
  • feces -
  • endocrine -
  • Artery -
  • respiration -
  • hormone -
  • dendrite -
  • flatulence -
  • Subcutaneous -
  • bronchioles -
  • Lymph -
  • tendon -
  • Pineal -
  • Bronchi -
  • sphincter -
  • Cerebellum -
  • Red blood cells -
  • voluntary -
  • Melanin -
  • White blood cells -
  • Cerebrum -
  • pancrease -
  • Hypothalamus -
  • epiglottis -
  • involuntary -
  • contract -
  • larynx -
  • liver -
  • platelets -
  • Thyroid -
  • Sensory -
  • Parathyroid -
  • Motor -
  • pharynx -
  • gall bladder -
  • transfusion -
  • alveoli -
  • CNS -
  • urination -
  • Pituitary -
  • PNS -
  • Thymus -
  • kidney -
  • Stimulus -
  • bladder -
  • Adrenals -
  • Pancrease -
  • urethra -
  • Receptor -
  • Ovaries -
  • Equilibrium -
  • Testes -