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Unit 3 Human Biology and Health
Chapter 16 Circulation


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Teacher Resources     Student Extra Credit

 

16-1 Body's Transport System
Cardiovascular System
Heart
Two Lops
Arteries
Capillaries
Veins
Blood Pressure

16-2 Blood and Lymph
Blood
Blood Types
Lymphatic System

16-3 Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular Disease
Keeping Healthy


Day 1
Topic 16-1 Circulatory System
Objectives
Describe the circulatory system and its functions.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
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Circulation:
movement of blood through the body
Closed Circulatory System:
organ system in which blood moves through vessels
Hormone:
chemical substance that regulates body functions

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Parts of the Circulatory System
         
Heart
              Blood Vessels
              Blood

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Jobs of the Circulatory System
        
Transport food and oxygen
              Transport waste
              Protection
              Transport of hormones
              Temperature Regulation


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History of Blood

4th Century BC Blood vessels carry air and blood
Galen 2nd Century AD Proved arteries carried only blood
1628 William Harvey Explained how blood was transported
1661 Marcello Malpighi Used a microscope to identify capillaries
1938-1940 Charles Drew Blood plasma could be used for transfusions

William Harvey  4:57
Charles Drew: Inventor of the Blood Bank  3:04

Circulatory System  2:48
Circulatory Rap  2:00

 Computer.gif (1114 bytes) Human Anatomy OnLine 

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Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Science Explorer 157-161

TEC
Resources
filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Circulatory System    
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Day 2
Topic 16-1 Heart
Objectives
Describe the heart.
Explain how blood moves through the heart.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
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Atrium:
upper chamber of the heart
Ventricle:
lower chamber of the heart
Septum:
thick tissue wall that separates the left and right sides of the heart
Valve:
thin flap of tissue that acts like a one-way door

Beating Human Heart  :09
Heart Anatomy  3:25

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Heartbeat Rates

Animal

Heart Rate/ Minute
Elephant 25
Mouse 1000
Cat 120
Cow 65
Bird 570
Your Heart Rate  

Magnify0b.gif (341 bytes) Heartbeat Use a paper towel tube and compare human heart rates

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TEC
Resources
Note02.gif (247 bytes) The Giant Heart 16 page teacher's guide.  Full of facts! Exercise Guide!
Magnify0b.gif (341 bytes) Who's Got the Beat

 

Day 3
Topic  16-1 Blood Vessels
Objectives
Name and describe the three kinds of blood vessels.
Graph the average heart rate.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
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Artery:
blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart
Vein:
blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart
Capillary:
tiny blood vessel that connects to arteries and veins
Aorta:
largest artery in the body
Pulmonary: artery that carries blood from the heart to the lungs

Human Anatomy: Blood Vessels  4:13
Blood Vessels in a Goldfish Tail  :43

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Magnify0b.gif (341 bytes) Is the Pulse Rate the Same for Boys and Girls? Page 11

TEC
Resources
filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Blood Vessels    
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Day 4
Topic 16-2 Blood
Objectives
Describe the different parts of blood.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
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Plasma:
liquid part of blood
Hemoglobin:
protein found in red blood cells that carries oxygen
Platelet:
piece of cell that is involved in blood clotting
Transfusion:
transfer of blood from one person into the body of another

Red Blood Cells  :20
White Blood Cells Chases and Eats Bacteria  :28
White Blood Cellaves Christmas  2:30

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TEC
Resources
filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Blood    
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Day 5
Topic 16-3  Heart Disease
Objectives
Identify types of heart disease and their causes.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
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Arteriosclerosis:
buildup of fat deposits on artery walls
Coronary Artery:
artery that carries blood and oxygen to the tissues of the heart
Heart Attack: failure of a part of the heart due to lack of blood and oxygen

Understanding Heart Disease  2:56
What Causes a Heart Attack?  2:54
Watch Your Own Heart Attack  2:21

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Day 6
Topic Virtual Field Trips
Objectives
Name the parts of the circulatory system.
State Goals
12.A.1a  Identify and describe the component parts of living things and their major functions.
12.A.1b  Categorize living organisms using a variety of observable features.
Classwork-Homework
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Blood
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Heart ThinkQuest
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Veins and Arteries
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Operation: Heart Transplant
TEC
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HEART
 Note02.gif (247 bytes) Heart Animation
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) All About the Heart   Kids Health  Printable Page available   Spanish Available
ORGAN SYSTEMS
 Pencil.gif - 434 Bytes Human Body Quest  Group activity to create a presentation about one of the body's systems.  10 different systems.  Presentation planner could be an individual assignment.
SYSTEMS
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes)  Inside the Human Body: Science Fact File   Investigate the systems of the human body
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Levels of Organization   In unicellular (single-celled) organisms, the single cell performs all life functions. It functions independently. However, multicellular (many celled) organisms have various levels of organization within them. Individual cells may perform specific functions (causing a division of labor) and work together for the good of the entire organism. The cells become dependent on one another.  Explore Cells, Tissues, Organs, Organ Systems, and Organisms.



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