Unit 6- Cardiovascular

Learning Targets Anatomy
Cardiovascular System
Learning Targets
15.1 Introduction
I can Discuss the functions of the organs of the cardiovascular system.
15.2 Structure of the Heart
I can Distinguish between the various coverings of the heart and the layers that compose the wall of the heart.
I can Identify and locate the major parts of the heart and discuss the function of each part.
I can Trace the pathway of the blood through the heart and the vessels of coronary circulation.
15.3 Heart Actions
I can Describe the cardiac cycle and explain how heart sounds are produced.
I can Identify the parts of a normal ECG pattern and discuss the significance of this pattern.
I can Explain control of the cardiac cycle.
15.4 Blood Vessels
I can Compare the structures and functions of the major types of blood vessels.
I can Describe how substances are exchanged between blood in capillaries and the tissue fluid surrounding
body cells.
15.5 Blood Pressure
I can Explain how blood pressure is produced and controlled.
I can Describe the mechanisms that aid in returning venous blood to the heart
I can accurately take a blood pressure.
15.6 Paths of Circulation
I can Compare the pulmonary and systemic circuits of the cardiovascular system.
15.7–15.8 Arterial System–Venous System
I can Identify and locate the major arteries and veins.
15.9 Life-Span Changes
I can Describe life-span changes in the cardiovascular system.