This course offers an in-depth study of the structures, functions, and processes of the various systems that make up the human body. Students will study the organization and interdependence of these systems from the cellular level (tissues) to the system level. The content may be delivered traditionally (in-class notes, lectures, and assignments) or using online/electronic options. This course also requires a lab component where students will extend and apply their understanding of the material through hands-on experiments and dissections, self-guided investigations, and sustained research projects related to current medical or health issues.
Our first test will be Friday, August 29 over Unit 1. See folder (Introduction to the Body) for notes, graphic organizers, videos, and study guides.
We will be practicing directional terms on Wednesday, August 27, by dissecting Frank. Dress appropriately for lab!