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Biology Catalyst- Thursday, 1/2/14

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  1. Biology Catalyst- Thursday, 1/2/14 • Visit the class website (http://aofscience.weebly.com) and scroll until you see “CATALYSTS!” • Answer the questions and click “Submit” when you are done. (You should see: “your response has been recorded.” after you hit submit.) If your computer does not work for whatever reason, take out a sheet of paper and get the questions from the person next to you who has a laptop. Be sure to give me your paper when I say “close your laptops and submit.”

  2. Biology Agenda 1/2/14 • Catalyst • Announcements • Purchase a LAB NOTEBOOK (if you do not have one) • Homeostasis Exam Tuesday, January 7th (Study guide will be uploaded later today. Printed copies available tomorrow). • The Cell • Osmosis and Diffusion • Circulatory System • Respiratory System • Extra Credit Opportunity • Introduction to the Medical History • Homeostasis Disturbance Project Instructions • Independent Project Work Time • Status Report

  3. GPoints Your class can earn class points if: everyonein class: Comes to class quietly and on time Stays focused and on task during class Leaves classroom neat and organized Students are teaching other students Majority of class participates Follows all classroom expectations and procedures And more… P3: P7:

  4. What does the spleen do? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEi_4Cyx4Uw EXTRA CREDIT ASSIGNMENT!!! Write a song using the tune of “What does the fox say?” Follow the format of the “What does the ______(organ) do?” You’ll be evaluated on creativity and scientific accuracy!

  5. Objectives 1/2/14 We will be able to • Explainthe effects of disruptions in homeostasis • Describe how healthcare providers examine patients 

  6. Physical and Medical Examination • What kind of questions would you ask? (Turn and Talk with a partner.)

  7. Physical and Medical Examination • What types of questions would you ask? Why?(Turn and Talk with a partner.)

  8. The SAMPLE History • S-signs/symptoms • A-allergies to any medications • M-medication • P-past history • L-last oral intake • E-events prior to symptoms

  9. What can disrupt homeostasis?

  10. Disturbing homeostasis – DUE JANUARY 3rd (January 7th for Period 3) • Assume the role of a healthcare provider (physician, nurse, health educator, etc.) whose job is to educate today’s youth on a cardiovascular, respiratory, or renal disease. Create one of the following to inform today’s youth on the disease, what type of treatment is available, and what lifestyle changes they can adopt to prevent this disease. Know your audience (young folks like yourselves) so figure out a way to catch your peers’ attention! • Brochure • Commercial • Pamphlet • Poster • Other? ( must be approved by teacher)

  11. Your product MUST include • Normal physiology • Pathophysiology • How body responds to disease • Be sure to mention HOW homeostasis is disrupted • Risk Factors • Treatment Options • Prevention Tips • Include visual aids and a works cited page

  12. Evaluation criteria • Creativity (50 points) • Scientific Accuracy (100 points) • Organization and Neatness (50 points) • 4. Includes all required elements (50 points)

  13. Status Report • Go on class website http://aofscience.weebly.com • Navigate to Biology  Chapter 4 Scroll Down until you see “STATUS REPORT” • COMPLETE BY THE END OF THE PERIOD