Covers the levels of organization of the human body.
A short, one and a half minute preview of the wonders of the human body.
This video is about some of the specialized cells of the human body and how they function.
Website opens into a .pdf. file. This is a webquest lesson. Red text indicates plans for English Learners. Lesson plan includes introduction, guided, independent, assessment and conclusion. There are two pages of handouts at the end, "Webquest Scaffold" and "Website Guide".
Lesson plan has instructions on the left hand side with inquiry based questions. The right column has the procedures for each part of the lesson plan. Lesson is inquiry base, there are guiding questions, introduction, analysis, closure, accommodations, materials list and extensions.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Organization of the Human Body.
To activate prior knowledge, make personal connections, reflect on key concepts, encourage critical thinking, and assess student knowledge on the topic prior to reading using a Quickwrite.
To define and analyze the processes of a concept and build a step-by-step process using a Flow Chart.
Covers microbial ecology and how bacteria develop resistance to environmental challenges.
Covers stem cells and some of their medical uses through the example of Parkinson’s disease and neurology.
Looks at Alzheimer’s disease as a way to study modern molecular techniques applied to medicine. Covers human biology and cell functions.
This study guide gives a brief review of the organization of the human body and the importance of maintaining homeostasis.
Provides various interactive games that aid you in learning body parts and systems.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Organization of the Human Body.