Monday, March 9, 2015
Objectives:
- Use microscopes to observe and distinguish between the tissues of the human body
- Accurately identify structure/function relationships for tissues of the human body

Agenda:
1) get microscopes and samples
2) work on lab
3) complete conclusions and reflections
4) Notebook check

Homework:
quizlet vocabulary
Complete Lab in your Science Journal

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Objectives:
C- Classify bones according to shape
C- Differentiate between axial and appendicular skeleton
C- Describe arrangement of bones of the axial skeleton relative to one another
L - Listen for and discuss components of the skeletal and muscular system using key terms
L - Elicit a partner's explanation using "Talk Moves"

Agenda:
1) Do Now
2) Quick Review of Talk Moves for listening and eliciting (Sentence Stems - Can you tell me more about ?, What do you mean by _? I wonder about _?
3) Observe disarticulated skeleton and assembled skeleton (Handout)(Textbook References)
a) Identify the # of bones at the station
b) What type of bone they are (Long, short, flat, irregular)
c) Are these bones part of the axial or appendicular skeleton?
d) What type(s) of joint are present in the station between particular bone areas (Saddle, Sliding, Hinge, Pivot, Ball and Socket)
4) Summarizer - How well were you able to identify and describe the components of the skeletal system using key terms today?
What "talk moves" did you use to elicit a partner's explanation?

KEY TERMS:
Axial, Appendicular, Long bones, short bones, flat bones, irregular bones, Ball and Socket Joint, Pivot Joint, Saddle Joint, Sliding Joint, Hinge Joint, Ligaments, Cartilage

Homework:


Review your Vocabulary and notes for Nervous system and skeletal/muscular system from Quizlet


Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Objectives:
C- Classify bones according to shape
C- Differentiate between axial and appendicular skeleton
C- Describe arrangement of bones of the axial skeleton relative to one another
L - Listen for and discuss components of the skeletal and muscular system using key terms
L - Elicit a partner's explanation using "Talk Moves"

Agenda:
1) Do Now - fill in clock buddies
2) Quick Review of Talk Moves for listening and eliciting (Sentence Stems - Can you tell me more about ?, What do you mean by _? I wonder about _?
3) Carry out Read Aloud about Joints in the body
4) Set up computer and test out with Vernier LoggerPro and probeware
5) Review Protocol and Lab Safety Expectations - verbal

KEY TERMS:
Axial, Appendicular, Long bones, short bones, flat bones, irregular bones, Ball and Socket Joint, Pivot Joint, Saddle Joint, Sliding Joint, Hinge Joint, Ligaments, Cartilage

Homework:
Use Quizlet review your Vocabulary and notes for Nervous system and skeletal/muscular system


Thursday, March 12, 2015
Objectives:
C- Classify bones according to shape
C- Differentiate between axial and appendicular skeleton
C- Describe arrangement of bones of the axial skeleton relative to one another
L - Listen for and discuss components of the skeletal and muscular system using key terms
L - Elicit a partner's explanation using "Talk Moves"

Agenda:
1) Do Now
2) Quick Review of Talk Moves for listening and eliciting (Sentence Stems - Can you tell me more about ?, What do you mean by _? I wonder about _?
3) Observe disarticulated skeleton and assembled skeleton (Handout)(Textbook References)
a) Identify the # of bones at the station
b) What type of bone they are (Long, short, flat, irregular)
c) Are these bones part of the axial or appendicular skeleton?
d) What type(s) of joint are present in the station between particular bone areas (Saddle, Sliding, Hinge, Pivot, Ball and Socket)
4) Summarizer - How well were you able to identify and describe the components of the skeletal system using key terms today?
What "talk moves" did you use to elicit a partner's explanation?

KEY TERMS:
Arthritis, mundane, orthopedic, neuromuscular, diagnose, stroke, herniated, tendonitis, fine-motor, ailment, exacerbated, hand dynamometer, successive, statistics, correlate

Homework:


Friday, March 13, 2015
Objectives:
C - Measure and compare grip strength of your right and left hands
C - Correlate grip strength with gender and certain physical characteristics
C - Compare the pinch strengths of the individual fingers of the dominant hand
L - Will report group findings using past tense citation verbs: determined, concluded, correlated

Agenda:
1) Do Now - Vocab Pre-teach activity - Successive, Correlated, Dynamometer
2) Review your Laboratory Activity Worksheet.
3) Review the Iiterature (Abstract)
4) Observe and identify instrumentation for laboratory activity

KEY TERMS:
Arthritis, mundane, orthopedic, neuromuscular, diagnose, stroke, herniated, tendonitis, fine-motor, ailment, exacerbated, hand dynamometer, successive, statistics, correlate

Homework: