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Human Anatomy and Physiology Curriculum - Compatible with Distance Learning

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10th - 12th, Homeschool
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    20-page fetal pig dissection, other optional teacher and student resource pages


    Looking for a vetted Anatomy and Physiology curriculum that you and your students will love? Look no further! This comprehensive and streamlined course includes everything you need for a full year of high school Anatomy and Physiology, health, or advanced Biology.

    Labs, PowerPoints, Cornell notes, doodle notes, activities, worksheets, math and literacy extensions, diagrams, online quizzes, task cards, and editable tests are all included so you can save precious planning time! All student pages come in both PRINT and DIGITAL versions for efficient use in class or through distance learning.

    Anatomy and Physiology is the perfect class to include lots of illustrations, diagrams, and visual learning. Don't let it be boring! With built-in differentiation, two types of notes (Cornell notes and Doodle notes) and a wide variety of labs and activities, your course will always stay fun and interesting!


    -180 unit planning pages:

    • NGSS and state standards alignments
    • Editable pacing guides
    • Differentiation ideas for student interest, ability, and learning environment (in-class, virtual, or hybrid)
    • Greek and Latin terminology for vocabulary memorization
    • Honors assignment lists for differentiation


    • 19 full color, animated, and editable PowerPoint presentations covering all 11 body systems as well as Histology and an introduction to Anatomy (over 500 slides!)


    • 50+ pages of Cornell notes in both fill-in-the-blank and editable versions
    • 80+ pages of my popular and fun doodle notes that increase student comprehension and engagement during lecture

    -49 labs and activities:

    • 7 Microscopy Labs
    • 5 Dissection Labs
    • 9 Inquiry Labs
    • 4 Station Labs
    • 4 Modeling Labs
    • 3 Games
    • 17 Paper and/or Research Activities

    -38 Extension Pages:

    • Digging Deeper: Provides critical thinking, scientific literacy, and greater depth of knowledge
    • Data Analysis: Prepares students for standardized testing with graph interpretation and math skills
    • Homeostasis: Links body systems together with overarching concepts

    -35 diagrams:

    • Macroscopic and microscopic anatomical structures
    • Each diagram comes in four different versions- word bank, numbered quiz, black & white, color

    -Editable Task Cards: Nearly 250 task cards for quick and easy class review

    -10 Online Quizzes through Google Forms for easy grading

    -Editable paper tests:

    • Multiple-choice, matching, diagram labeling, and short answer questions on every test
    • Both regular and honors versions included with answer sheets and teacher keys


    • Fetal Pig Dissection Lab for cumulative review of all body systems
    • 2 Anatomy & Physiology cumulative student projects
    • First day resources: editable syllabus, lab contract, icebreaker page
    • Tips for choosing a textbook (with several recommendations)
    • Guides to using Cornell notes and Doodle notes in your classroom
    • Guide for using microscopes in the Anatomy classroom
    • Additional pages: student homework logs, lesson plan template


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    Please note: These units are nearly all updated as of July 2021. Three units will be updated in August 2021 (Nervous, Urinary, & Reproductive). These units do not include Cornell notes, extension activities, planning pages, or unit tests yet. If you have any questions about this timeline, please contact me at support@suburbanscience.com.

    New to teaching Anatomy & Physiology? Here’s how this unit will save you time:

    1) The included NGSS, state standards, pacing guides, and differentiation ideas make lesson planning a breeze.

    2) Student pages are compiled into one document that’s ready to print and copy all at once!

    3) The PowerPoints coincide perfectly with both Cornell Notes pages and Doodle Notes™ pages, making lectures easy and providing for different student note-taking preferences. The PowerPoints even have bolded terms that match the fill-in-the-blank Cornell Notes for error-proof student notes!

    4) Teaching instructions, material lists, answer keys, student examples, and photos are all included so you’ll know exactly how to plan for and explain each activity to your students.

    5) Editable PowerPoints, Cornell Notes, and assessments make it quick and easy for you to add or remove content to fit your standards and the needs of your class.

    Teaching virtual students this year?

    All student pages and presentations included in this unit are available in PRINT or DIGITAL through Google Slides™ to be completed at home or in a 1:1 classroom. Students can view the PowerPoint at home, type on the pages, fill in diagrams, and even color Doodle Notes™! These digital pages work for any learning platform in which students can access Google Slides™ (Google Classroom™, Microsoft OneDrive™, Canvas™, etc). If you’re not sure whether the digital version will work for your students, just send me an email at support@suburbanscience.com and I can give you a free sample to test.

    I have taught Anatomy & Physiology both in classroom settings and virtually through homeschool courses, which is why all of my dissection labs include video demonstrations as well as in-class instructions. Although this course was not designed specifically for individual homeschool use, the materials and resources included can be easily found at home and/or completed in a virtual or homeschool setting. If you’re looking for a homeschool Anatomy course for one student, please check out my website.

    How does this course prepare my students to succeed in higher education?

    The editable Cornell notes used in this course are a great tool for students to use in college and beyond. Guided notes with blanks are included as students learn note-taking skills. Because the notes are editable, scaffolded sections of the Cornell notes can be removed as student skills progress, providing a more challenging and realistic note-taking experience.

    Extension pages included in this course provide an increased depth of knowledge and opportunities for critical thinking, data analysis, and math calculations. These skills are crucial for success in standardized tests like the SAT & ACT as well as in future science and medical courses.

    I use Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, and roots in context. A list of these terms is included in each unit and I encourage my students to practice these regularly. Familiarity with these terms allows students to understand and memorize new terms more easily and allows them to be more scientifically literate citizens.

    To add additional rigor to the course for students interested in the medical field, try adding my Anatomy Case Studies (not included) to each unit.

    What textbook can I use with this course?

    The great thing about Anatomy & Physiology textbooks is they are divided into body systems. That means you can use almost any high school textbook with this course. Simply match the body system in your book with the one in my course. Most textbooks do have the body systems in the same order as this course, as well.

    This course follows the topics and level of detail in the Pearson’s Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology quite well, which many A&P teachers use. For other textbook suggestions, simply send me an email at support@suburbanscience.com. If you prefer not to use a textbook with this course, you can do that, too! All units are comprehensive enough to stand on their own.

    Can I edit these resources to fit my needs?

    Some of the files in this course are editable. The text on the PowerPoints, Cornell Notes, and task cards is all editable so you can adjust the level of content and wording. The pacing guide, printable unit tests, and online quizzes through Google Forms™ are all fully editable. Labs, activities, extension pages, and any images included in this unit are in non-editable PDF formats to protect my intellectual property rights and those of the illustrators whose images I’ve purchased for use in this resource.

    Want more supplements for distance learning? These are perfect additions to this curriculum (not included)!

    -Anatomy & Physiology Case Study Bundle

    -Anatomy Drag & Drop Diagrams


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis. Examples of investigations could include heart rate response to exercise, stomate response to moisture and temperature, and root development in response to water levels. Assessment does not include the cellular processes involved in the feedback mechanism.
    Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms. Assessment does not include specific gene control mechanisms or rote memorization of the steps of mitosis.
    Construct an explanation based on evidence for how the structure of DNA determines the structure of proteins, which carry out the essential functions of life through systems of specialized cells. Assessment does not include identification of specific cell or tissue types, whole body systems, specific protein structures and functions, or the biochemistry of protein synthesis.
    Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms. Emphasis is on functions at the organism system level such as nutrient uptake, water delivery, and organism movement in response to neural stimuli. An example of an interacting system could be an artery depending on the proper function of elastic tissue and smooth muscle to regulate and deliver the proper amount of blood within the circulatory system. Assessment does not include interactions and functions at the molecular or chemical reaction level.
    Use a model to illustrate that cellular respiration is a chemical process whereby the bonds of food molecules and oxygen molecules are broken and the bonds in new compounds are formed, resulting in a net transfer of energy. Emphasis is on the conceptual understanding of the inputs and outputs of the process of cellular respiration. Assessment should not include identification of the steps or specific processes involved in cellular respiration.


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