This particular connection card activity (see strategy explanation below) requires students to make connections between various body systems. It requires students understand the interrelatedness of human body systems. Students must analyze the
Objective: By completing this activity, students will identify and explain the various levels of organization of genetic material in a eukaryotic cell. Overview: This activity is an interactive diagram of the organization of genetic material in
CORRESPONDING STUDY GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE 69 Slides. Hundreds of visuals are included in this outstanding introduction to body tissues for the high school physiology/anatomy classroom. This is one of a number of powerpoints I have available for
This worksheet takes the student through the digestive system, having them fill-in diagrams of how the different macromolecules are digested. All the information needed to complete this task is in the written explanation. It is a stand-alone
This book club activity for Horrible Harry and the Green Slime includes Reading response questions Sequence of events assignment Missing punctuation assignment Missing word assignment 11 question quiz Realistic-teacher.blogspot.com Follow Me on
This worksheet leaves more room for writing information and instead of lines for labeling, which makes it messier, I have put numbers on the organs. It can be used as an assessment, worksheet or overhead lecture tool. Hope you like it!
This is a 15-slide PowerPoint about the March on Washington and Martin Luther King's, "I have a dream..." speech. I created this presentation in 2008. Students are introduced to MLK's philosophy of nonviolence and passive resistance, the reasons
This is a fun and creative way for students to learn about cell organelles. Students are to act as if they are the campaign manager for their cell organelle. As a campaign manager, a flyer should be made promoting the election of their cell
Overview of the history, use, and care of the Compound Light microscope. Describes and highlights all parts with animations. Animated slide describes how to do a slide of cheek cells. I am a community college Biology 101 and 102 Professor,
This is a fun PowerPoint designed to teach students how the human brain and endocrine systems operate. After displaying this presentation, students should be able to understand: What instruments are used to examine the human brain, what areas of
This activity is good to use with students to help them connect images of the various types of epithelial tissue with key concepts. This document can be cut apart,mixed up, and then photocopied for the students to have to cut and paste under the
Mr. Ford's Class has been helping anatomy and physiology students since 2007. Our PowerPoints are teacher and student friendly with in-depth explanations of the topic, and links to our corresponding videos on YouTube (mrfordsclass). Our
Roselyn Jones is a 24-year-old white female with a tattoo she needs to hide due to her work environment. Yesterday, she found out she needs to take medicine via a transdermal patch and she wonders if she can wear the patch over her tattoo to hide
This worksheet serves as an assessment tool and as a preview to the content. An answer key is given. An alternate form is currently being added soon where there is room to give functions.
This lab has students observing blood flow through the capillaries of live goldfish, adding three different solutions to the fish that alters the size of the capillaries and students actually watch the change in size of the vessels. Please
This powerpoint outlines how a muscle cell contracts and how a nerve cell can initiate this contraction. Topics include: - How a nerve cell sends a signal to a muscle cell - How a muscle cell gets a smooth even contraction - The steps to a muscle
This product includes: 11 Printable Cut-and-Paste worksheets 11 of the same worksheets with a bright background. Perfect to be printed, laminated and add velcrofor reusable math stations.
Powerpoint on the different types of connective tissues found in the body: - Blood - Bone - Cartilage - Fibrous Each type of connective tissue has detailed information on how and where it can be found in the body as well as multiple pictures to
I used this is a review of the microscopic structures of the different tissue types that I identified during lectures. This is what I would use to review them for the lab practical.
This is a lengthy powerpoint that can be easily shaped to your individual needs, but discusses in great detail the Biomolecules. Topics include: - Potential/Kinetic energy in molecules - Elements that make up the biomolecules/ Macronutrients and