Organization of the human body: From cells to systems

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This serves as a thorough and multi-faceted introduction to the organization of the human body.
• A short reading introduces students to the hierarchy of cells to systems.
• A web quest introduces bilateral symmetry and the broad concept of homeostasis.
• Students use an infographic to complete a table about the 11 body systems, their functions and major organs.
• Finally students think about times they’ve experienced adrenaline rushes, explain what they felt, annotate a short passage about all the systems and organs involved, and use that information to complete a model of an adrenaline rush.

I have uploaded this in a .docx format, so you can modify and differentiate it to fit your classroom and students' needs. Enjoy!

HS-LS1-2. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
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Organization of the human body: From cells to systems
Organization of the human body: From cells to systems
Organization of the human body: From cells to systems
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