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  Here is a great link to an Online Textbook!!!  Try it out!  
11/4 Skin Notes - Structures & functions  Al's Tutorials - the Integumentary System  
  HW:  Study for quiz on the epidermis.  Use "Cute Little Girls Speak German!"  Know the functions and layers of the epidermis, the specialized cells located there for a quiz next class.  Review the sections we covered in the textbook and at Al's Tutorials - the Integumentary System 11/10
  HW:  Copy the notes for Ch. 4 on the Skin.  Have them ready for next class.  
11/10 Basic Skin Quiz 11/10
  Notes on appendages of the skin and the dermis and its characteristics.  
  HW:  Finish copying the notes for Ch. 4 on the Skin.   
  HW:  Read through (and start answering questions where you can) the Skin Lab in preparation for doing this lab next class. 11/16
11/16 Skin Lab 11/18
  HW:  Study for a quiz next class on the epidermis, dermis and appendages.  Review the sections we covered in the textbook and at Al's Tutorials - the Integumentary System  
11/18 Turn in the Skin lab. 11/18
  Start Ch. 5 Skeletal System - How can bones be identified?  What landmarks do they have?  Memorize the names of the bones of the body.  
11/20 Notes on the skeletal system.  Basic bone types, appendicular & axial skeleton, regions of the long bones, external structures of the bone.  
  Simon Says - Identify by name the bones of the body.  
  HW: Review the parts of the skull (lateral view only).  
11/24 Field trip to the food court to study chicken bones & muscles!  
  Return and take notes on general structures & functions of the bones.  
11/30 Notes: Bones of the Skull  
  Study the skull in small groups using the models provided in class.  Make sure your partners know the name of each part!  
12/2 Quiz: Bone Structure & Parts of the Skull 12/2
  Notes: Bones of the hands & feet.  
  Review diagrams and prepare for a quiz on hands & feet. 12/4
  Ch.5 Coloring Book 12/8
12/4 Quiz: Hands & Feet  
  Notes on Appendicular Skeleton  
  Review diagrams and prepare for a quiz on the pelvis & pectoral girdles.  
12/8 Quiz: Pelvic & Pectoral Girdles  
  Notes on the humerus & femur.  
  Review diagrams and prepare for a quiz on humerus & femur.  
12/10 Quiz: Humerus & Femur  
  Notes on types of joints and vertebrae.  
  HW: Study for quiz on the vertebral column and the structures of a typical vertebra. 12/14
12/14 Quiz: The vertebral column and the structures of a typical vertebra. 12/14
  Make No "Bones" About It! - Forensic Anthropology Webquest Break into groups, assign the roles that you will play and begin working through the webquest to solve the mystery!   
12/16 Work on the Webquest activity.  Begin the write up for the case report that will be turned in.  
12/18 Begin assembling the PowerPoint presentation for your case.  
1/5 Movie: The Perfect Corpse - Answer the questions on the worksheet and be ready to turn them in next class.  
1/7 Finish "Perfect Corpse" review.  Turn in the questions. 1/7
  Reminder to have your Forensic powerpoint and case files ready for presentation beginning Monday, 1/11. 1/11
  Notes: Introduction to the Muscular System (Ch.6 pages 162-166)  
1/11 Turn in any work that is missing or that has been made-up.  
  Forensic Investigation Presentations - Pt. 1  
  Simon Says: What muscles can you identify by name?  
1/13 Turn in any work that is missing or that has been made-up.  
  Forensic Investigation Presentations - Pt. 2  
  Notes: Intro to Movement Terminology  
  HW:  Read Ch. 6  
1/15 Turn in any work that is missing or that has been made-up.  
  WorkCh. 6 CB - Muscles of the Head & Trunk.  Turn in at the end of class for credit.  Take it home and study the muscles for a quiz next class. 1/20
     
1/20 Turn in any work that is missing or that has been made-up.  
  Quiz on Muscles of the Head & Trunk  
  Prepare for the semester exam.  Topics that will be on the exam include: cell structures & functions, tissue types, integumentary system  skeletal system, & muscular system.  
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