Spring Physiology Agenda:

02/28/03
02/26/03
02/24/03
02/19/03
02/14/03
02/12/03
02/10/03
02/05/03
02/03/03
01/24/03
01/17/03
01/15/03
01/13/03
01/08/03
01/06/03




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Spring 2003 Physiology Agendas:

 

Agenda 02/28/03

  1. Digestive System Overview

Homework:

  1. Read Chapter 16, pg. 401-430.
  2. Answer Chapter Test, pg. 431.

Agenda 02/26/03

  1. Midterm

Agenda 02/24/03

  1. Review Quizzes
  2. Midterm Review
    1. Lyphatic System
    2. Cardiovascular System
      1. Heart
      2. Circulation
    3. Blood

Question of the Day:

  1. When blood leaves the right atrium and enters the right ventrical, what valve does it pass?

Homework:

  1. Study for Midterm (Wednesday)

Agenda 02/19/03

  1. Review Quizzes
  2. Midterm Review

Question of the Day:

  1. What are the sub-units for our Midterm?

Homework:

Study for Midterm

Agenda Physiology 02/14/03

  1. Presentations given
    1. Healthy cardiovascular systems
    2. Unhealthy cardiovascular systems
  2. Quiz on presentations

Homework: Study for Midterm (Friday, Feb. 21, 2003)

Agenda Physiology 02/12/03

  1. Classwork/Homework
    1. Hand back Circulatory System Worksheet
    2. Turn in Lymphatic system worksheet and Heart worksheet
  2. Work on Presentations
    1. Healthy cardiovascular systems
    2. Unhealthy cardiovascular systems

Question of the Day: Name that part of the circulatory system that involves the lungs.

Homework: Turn your Circulatory Worksheets into a test (Multiple-Choice)

Agenda Physiology 02/10/03

  1. Return Immune System Essays
    1. Students who have lower than a "C":
      1. Review erros, and have students redo their essays. (Due next class)
    2. Students who have passing grades:
      1. Prepare the following presentations:
        1. Healthy cardiovascular systems
        2. Unhealthy cardiovascular systems

Agenda 02/05/03

  1. Turn in your Essay, rough drafts stapled in the back.
  2. Cardiovascular System
    1. Turn in your circulatory worksheets.
    2. Anatomy of the Heart
      1. Overview
      2. Lab (Lab book, pg 175-180).

Question of the Day:

  1. Name the four chambers of the heart.

Homework:

  1. Outline your notes about the heart.

Agenda 02/03/03

  1. Essays
    1. Thesis and four topic sentences.

Question of the Day:

  1. What is enough information when supporting your topic sentence?

Homework:

  1. Rewrite your essays.

Agenda 01/24/03

  1. Immune System
    1. Osmosis Jones Questions
    2. Lymphatic System
      1. Lymph nodes and organs
      2. Immune response
      3. Antigens
      4. Immunization
      5. Primary and secondary immune responses

Question of the Day:

  1. None

Homework:

  1. Essay
  2. Thesis:
    1. Its everyone’s decision to have an immune shot, but they should know the advantages and disadvantages.
  3. Topic Sentences:
    1. You should take an immune shot, because it helps you build you your immune system.
    2. Your body can detect the virus, and naturally make enough antibodies.
    3. An immune shot may cause you harm.
    4. You may not get the right strain.

Agenda 01/17/03

  1. Blood clotting
  2. Review of Blood
  3. Arteries/ Veins/ Cappilaries

Question of the Day:

  1. Compare how fibrin and platelets work to in blood clotting.

Homework:

  1. Compare Arteries, Veins, and Cappilaries. Include their functions in blood flow.

 Agenda 01/15/03

  1. Check homework
  2. Quiz
  3. O2 and CO2 transport
  4. Blood clotting

Question of the Day:

  1. What two factors affect hemoglobin’s ability to carry oxygen?

Homework:

  1. Outline blood clotting.

Agenda 01/13/03

  1. Turn in research proposals
  2. Check homework
    1. Lab Questions
    2. Hemoglobin and Gas Transport

Question of the Day:

  1. How does blood cells move both oxygen and carbon dioxide?

Homework:

  1. None
Agenda 01/08/03

    1. Check Homework
    2. Blood
      1. Formed Elements
        1. Blood Cells
          1. Red Blood Cells (RBC)
          2. White Blood Cells (WBC)
    3. Lab: Red Blood Cell Count

Question of the Day: How many blood cells do you have?

Homework:

  1. What is the ABO blood type system? Give population ratios.
  2. What is the Rh blood type system? Give population ratios.

Agenda 01/06/03

  1. Cardiovascular & Respiratory Systems
    1. Blood
    2. Cardiovascular
    3. Respiratory Systems

Question of the Day: What makes up the composition of blood?

Homework:

  1. Read Chp. 11, pg. 288-298.
  2. Chapter Test #1-5,
  3. Review Questions #1-5