Please study for history (power point included) of medicine quiz week of November 18th Special note for block 5 students read carefully also includes rubric for block 5 assignments

history of medicine

 

Special NOTE: Block 5 students only must complete the following: Due thursday November 14th  (this is a homework and quiz grade)

Feel free to email your response to me rosejones@spsk12.net .

Choose 6 personal characteristics from the following lists and write a paragraph related to the 6 characteristic you chose to write about. The paragraph should address how you demonstrate this characteristic inyour daily life, provide examples for each. (If you wish you can address how you will demonstrate these characterisitics in class in the future if you do not feel you can provide examples for each characterisitic.)

  • empathy
  • honesty
  • dependability
  • willingness to learn
  • patience
  • acceptance of criticism
  • enthusiasm
  • self-motivation
  • tact (discretion)
  • competence
  • responsibility
  • team player

 

Rubric for a Well-Written Paragraph
Categories of Performance: Beginner (1) Basic (2) Intermediate (3) Advanced (4)
Tone The tone is inappropriate for the writing purpose. The tone shifts from formal to informal and is not consistent. The tone shifts occasionally from formal to informal, or vice versa. The appropriate tone is used consistently.
Opening sentence The sentence is incomplete and does not state the main idea. The sentence is complete, but does not state the main idea. The sentence is complete and adequately states the main idea. The sentence is complete and clearly states the main idea.
Supporting sentences Some sentences are incomplete or run-on and do not support the main idea. Some sentences are incomplete or run-on, but support the main idea. Most sentences are complete and support the main idea. All sentences are complete and support the main idea.
Closing sentence  

 

The sentence is incomplete and does not sum up
the paragraph.
The sentence is complete, but does not sum up the paragraph. The sentence is complete and adequately sums up the paragraph. The sentence is complete and clearly sums up the paragraph.
Organization of ideas Ideas in the paragraph are disorganized and do not support the main idea, causing
a confusion of meaning.
A few ideas in the paragraph do not support the main idea or are out of place, causing a confusion of meaning. Ideas in the paragraph support the main idea, but could be organized more clearly. Ideas flow in the paragraph and clearly support the main idea, creating meaning.
Vocabulary or word use Some inappropriate vocabulary is used and some words are used in the wrong context. Some words are used in the wrong context. All words are used appropriately. All words are used appropriately and there is evidence
of some new vocabulary being used.
Spelling, capitalization,
and punctuation
There are many errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. There are some errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. There are only a few errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. There are no errors in spelling, capitalization, or punctuation

 

Taken from the Circle Of Learning, Pages 182-183

 

 

Digestive System

digestive system

Muscular System

HumanBodySystemsLessonPPT (1)

skeleton

skeleton2

Permision slip for field trip October 29, 2013

Permission Slip

Please print this an return signed copy before October 19, 2013

Print Students Name: _______________________ has my permission to attend the field trip for a Leadership Conference sponsored by HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)

Field trip is October 29, 2013 at Liberty Baptist church in Newport News, VA. We will leave school at approximately 8 am and return at approximately 1:30 pm.

Student must abide by all school rules while on the field trip.

Students are to dress incasual business attire and must wear closed toed shoes.

Parent/Guardian ____________________________  Date ____________

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Homework and study guide for test on skeletal system Quiz NEXT CLASS

HOME WORK :  Due before Nov 1

Identify four disorders of the skeletal or muscular system and provide the following information in the following format:

Name of disease/disorder Symptoms Prognosis Treatment
       
       
       

 

Study for Quiz NEXT CLASS

  1. Primary functions of skeletal system
  • Support
  • Protection
  • Helping in movement
  • Storage of minerals
  • Production of red blood cells
  1. axial skeleton - 80 bones found in the skull, vertebrae, ribs, and sternum.
  2. appendicular skeleton involves the appendages-120 bones found in the arms, hands, legs, feet, and pelvis
  3. long bones- of the body (humerus, radius, ulna, tibia, fibula, femur)
  4. Short bones- majority of short bones are located in wrists, hands, ankle, feet
  5. Flat bones are those which appear to be thin, and some may also be curved. Examples include ribs, scapular, sternum
  6. three types of joints
  • fixed joint like the skull bones,
  • slightly movable like the symphysis pubis
  • freely movable joints are divided into four groups

ball and socket joint like the hip joint

hinge joint in the anatomy of elbow

pivot joint of the radius and ulna

gliding joint seen in the carpal joint of wrist

 next page see skeleton with labels of bones please study….

 

understanding anatomy and physiology (skeletal)

Understanding Anatomy and Physiology

vocabulary and homework integumentary system

Vocabulary Integumentary System and homework

 homework look up sebum and keratin see power point for further explanation. Ms. Jones

integumentary system power point

integumentary system pp

Vocabulary for Planes and Directions of the Body

Vocabulary

Dorsal- (posterior) toward or at the backside of the body

Medial- toward or at the midline of the body on the inner side

Superior- Cranial or cephalic toward the head end or upper part of the body

Deep- (internal) away from the body surface

Inferior- (caudal) away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structure of the body

Distal- farther from the origin of a body part or pint of attachment of a limb to the body trunk

Ventral- (anterior) toward or at the front of the body

Proximal- close to origin of the body part or the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk

Lateral -away from the midline of the body on the outer side

Superficial-(external) toward or at the body surface

 

Planes of the body- imaginary lines used to describe the sections of the body

Sagital plane- divides body into left and right side

Coronal plane- divides body into dorsal and ventral (back and front)

Transverse plane- divides body into (superior and inferior) top and bottom