Date Printed: 3-11-12 Weekly Lesson Plan View (by Day) - March 11, 2012 - March 17, 2012 Printed By: Lisa Cornwall Monday, March 12, 2012 Anatomy & Physiology H Cranial nerves (6.7, ) IN: Name the division of the nervous system that brings sensory information to the central nervous system. Afferent Lesson Format: Take notes and discuss the cranial nerves and their innerventions. Assignment: Complete cranial nerve coloring; brain packet OUT: The cell body of the neuron is called...? Soma Tuesday, March 13, 2012 Anatomy & Physiology H Review for Quiz (6..1-6.12) IN: The "fight or flight" division of the brain is called...? Sympathetic division. Lesson Format: Study figure 8-16 in the book know for quiz; Assignment: Complete all missing work; review for quiz OUT: The layer of the meninges that is in direct contact with the surface of the brain is called the___________. Pia Mater Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Anatomy & Physiology H Quiz on Nervous System/ Begin Endocrine system (6.1-6.12) / (6.18) IN: Clear desks and get out a pen or a pencil. Lesson Format: Take quiz; begin Endocrine system vocab. Assignment: Complete quiz and begibn endocrine vocabulary OUT: How did you do on your test? why? Thursday, March 15, 2012 Anatomy & Physiology H Introduction to the endocrine system (6.18) IN: Name the type of regulation in which the endocrine system deals with. Life processes, that require long term cellular communication. Lesson Format: Take notes on the functions of the endocrine system; Identify and list the location of the major endocrine organs Assignment: Complete vocabulary and list organs, locations, and functions. OUT: Explain how the endocrine communicates with others in the body. It uses chemical messengers called hormones to relay information and instructions between cells. Friday, March 16, 2012 CCSD - HS Testing Windows Alternative Science Assessment - Grade 12 Alternative Writing Assessment - Grade 12 Anatomy & Physiology H Introduction to the endocrine system (6.18) IN: Name the three hormone groups and the major hormones found in each group. Amino acid derivatives: epinephrine, norepinephrine, the thyroid hormones, and melatonin. Peptide Hormones: largest class of hormones, ADH( antiduretic hormone), oxytocin, growth hormone, prolactin. Lipid derivatives: Made up of 2 classes 1) steriod hormones - insoluble in water, cholesterol 2) Eicosanoids - prostaglandins Lesson Format: Sub today complete in and out question; Assignment: Complete endocrine system coloring and worksheet; finish up organs and functions OUT: Please pick up the room and put your notebooks away. Have a good weekend!! Homework: Endocrine worksheet will be corrected on Monday!!