Human Body

From Conception to Birth Video (Low-Resolution)

Chapter 9 Review: The Musculoskeletal System
Chapter 10 Review: The Cardiopulmonary System
Digestive System Pg. 5
Digestive System pg. 6
Excretory System
Excretory System pg. 8
Nervous System pg. 17
Nervous System Review pg. 18
Endocrine System
Chapter 20: Nervous and Endocrine System
Chapter 22: Review: Immunity pg. 43
Body Systems Review pg. 26
Body Systems Review pg. 28
Human Body Study Guide

Human Body Unit On-line Study Guide
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Old Glencoe 7th Grade Science Text:

Homework Due date and Test date: Wednesday,  5/28/14

The Test will include questions from the text, as well as questions pertaining to your classmates'
presentations.  Be sure to take notes and pay attention!

Unit Project:
Human body presentations-Students will work in groups to create a Power Point and poster to present to the rest of the class, concerning a system of the human body.  These subjects have been drawn from a pool of subjects in the book.  Poster Due date:  5/20/08

The rubrics by which each group will be graded is linked below:
Poster Rubric
Oral Presentation Rubric

Wanted Poster Resources:

Structure and Function in Living Systems

5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate the complementary nature of structure and function.
As a basis for understanding this concept:

    a. Students know plants and animals have levels of organization for structure and function, including cells, tissues,
    organs, organ systems, and the whole organism.
    b. Students know organ systems function because of the contributions of individual organs, tissues, and cells.
    The failure of any part can affect the entire system.
    c. Students know how bones and muscles work together to provide a structural framework for movement.
    d. Students know how the reproductive organs of the human female and male generate eggs and sperm and how
    sexual activity may lead to fertilization and pregnancy.
    e. Students know the function of the umbilicus and placenta during pregnancy.
    g. Students know how to relate the structures of the eye and ear to their functions.

  • Physical Principles in Living Systems (Physical Science)

    h. Students know how to compare joints in the body (wrist, shoulder, thigh) with structures used in machines and
    simple devices (hinge, ball-and-socket, and sliding joints).
    i. Students know how levers confer mechanical advantage and how the application of this principle applies to the
    musculoskeletal system.
    j. Students know that contractions of the heart generate blood pressure and that heart valves prevent back flow of
    blood in the circulatory system.