This year long activity is a great way for your students to master hundreds of Anatomy Terms using the featured 108 "Term Builders" (Greek & Latin Roots/Prefixes/Suffixes). For each Doodle Page, students will research 9 term builders to define, list anatomical examples, describe diseases/disorders, and sketch one of the terms. Each page is designed to allow students to also color, decorate, and doodle which increases understanding and retention by stimulating both brain hemispheres.
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This Package includes:
✅12 Doodle Pages with 9 Roots/Prefixes/Suffixes each (108 Total)
✅A Doodle Cover Page
✅2 25-problem Editable Quizzes (Quiz #1 based on Pages 1-6, Quiz #2 based on Pages 7-12)
✅Teacher's Answer Keys for all 108 Term Builders and Both Quizzes
✅Webpage with 2 Weblinks directing students to 2 Aligned Review Games on Cram.com
✅Student Sample Page (Use Projector to demonstrate Doodle Page completion)
108 GREEK & LATIN ROOTS/PREFIXES/SUFFIXES
I've carefully selected 108 important term builders that are critical to understanding terminology throughout the entire Human Anatomy & Physiology course in all body systems. Check out the PREVIEW for more details.
HOW I USE THESE IN MY CLASS...
By the end of the course, students will have assembled a 13 page Doodle Book (including the cover page). I assign 3 pages per grading quarter. Students are given Quiz #1 at mid-term and Quiz #2 at the end of the course. Each quiz aligns to 6 Term Builder Sets (54 terms). Prior to each quiz, students are encouraged to visit the Cram.com Review Games for practice.
WHAT WILL STUDENTS DO ON EACH DOODLE PAGE?
(1) Define each term builder
(2) Write 2-3 anatomy terms that feature each term builder
(3) List & Describe 3 diseases/disorders from this set
(4) Propose a meaning for an “imagined” term that was
created from 2 term builders in each set
(5) Select & Sketch a term or a representation of its meaning
Each Doodle Page should take students 45-90 minutes to complete.