Unit 13 -Reproductive System
Introduction:Human development is the continuous process of body changes that begin at the moment of fertilization and continues to the death of an individual.
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Students will take notes on the basic anatomy and physiology of the male and female reproductive system. (Teacher Lecture)
Students will write a three paragraph essay describing the differences and similarities betweem the male and female reproductive organs.
Students will draw and label identified terminology of the female and male reproductive system.
Students will draw the events of the menstrual cycle and label each structure. Students will also explain the effects of estrogen, progesterone and relaxin on the ovarian cycle.
Students will understand that ovulation is a cycle by creating an ovulation cycle wheel. The various stages of ovulation will be defined and understood.
Students will compare and contrast spermatogenesis and oogenesis. (Teacher Notes)
Students will draw spermatogenesis and oogenesis.
Students will illustrate the development of a human through different phases as identified in the lesson.
Students will watch a video called "Monsters Inside Me" and answer question on a video guide.
Given diseases and disorders of the reproductive system, students will define and provide treatments for each.
Technology Paper - Anatomy Research Project
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