We love teaching our from the inside out. I ask them to explain why we have melanocytes and whether or not it is necessary to have pores in our skin. We are talking about making roughly 35,000 new cells every minute! The Integumentary System The Integumentary System is the bodies first line of defense against outside stimuli. Key terms have been bolded for ease of note taking. This is where it is very useful to have reviewed the students' responses prior to having the students share because I can call on specific students to add information to the discussion, especially if I know that what they have written will add key information to the discussion or guide the discussion in a certain direction.
Additional Learning Objective s : Preparation Information Total Duration: 61 to 90 Minutes Materials and Resources: 5. Once you find your worksheet, click on pop-out icon or print icon to worksheet to print or download. Key terms have been bolded for ease of note taking. The teacher will prepare index cards with a different term on each card. Lesson Summary The integumentary system's main purpose is to protect your body.
The teacher will monitor students completing the foldable during the PowerPoint presentation. These should go on the first flap of the handout's second page, or flap 6 on a completed foldable. These notes will go on the back of Stratum granulosum's flap. Finally, the lecture ends with a section on some of the pathologies of the integumentary system -- human skin disorders and what causes them. After the dissection, the students had to draw the specimen and label major features. Once all of the students have presented, I facilitate a group discussion during which we review why the integumentary system is important and how it is related to the other systems of the body, which goes back to the notes review the students completed on the first day of this activity.
This is a flipped lesson, so prior to this class the students viewed this and completed an. I explain to my students that their model should be more than just a drawing on the side of a box though. You will then record your partner's name in the first blank. Well, let's think about it. These notes will go on the back of hypodermis flap.
Finally, skin is something that students can easily see. Students can divide up this space on the top foldable all 5 sections of the epidermis to take notes on these three accessory structures. Students should be able to determine which layer is actually inked when getting a tattoo based on each layer's function. In this lesson, students will examine the skin and how it functions as an organ and as part of a larger body system. I ask the students to take out their notes and notes reviews while I display the Integumentary System PowerPoint on the projector.
Although a little bit tedious your measurements should be pretty accurate , you can make these calipers using index cards, toothpicks, glue, rulers…and of course, lots of patience. A concept map is a type of graphic organizer used to help students organize and represent knowledge of a subject. Describe the microscopic structure of compact bone, and compare it with that of spongy bone. Offer the following questions as topics for them to consider. You both can share your term and rationale for what topic you think is next. Underneath the dermis is a layer of fat and connective tissue.
When students have completed their worksheets, discuss their responses as a class. The student could arrange the pictures into a shape or simply make a beautiful collage. Please see my reflection for an explanation on the importance of why. The dermis lies just beneath the epidermis and contains oil glands, sweat glands, and blood vessels. Context This lesson is part of the , which examines the science behind skin. Have students draw the layers and the components found within, or have them label and color a diagram provided. The Ultimate Fetal Pig Dissection ReviewUse the following resources to review the anatomy of the pig.
Students are divided into small groups and given a live flower specimen. For example, upper elementary students can list a large number of organs; however, many adults continue to have little knowledge of internal organs or their location. It is your poisong-fighting team. If the students do not finish the PowerPoint and foldable on Day 1, the teacher will then assign the students to draw and color the layers as homework, and complete the notes at the beginning of Day 2. The final presentation of the research material was in a form of a poster that depicted the name of the disease, causes, symptoms and treatments, and pictures of the skin disorder. If not, a sticky note can be adhered on the back of the flap for these notes or students can add the notes to the back of the flap below, Dermis, as there aren't many notes for this section. Erase the board when finished and have students complete the to learn how each system functions.
I also require that the students provide a link to their source of information. Not all portions of the PowerPoint are to be used in making the foldable. The fat helps keep the body warm, and the connective tissue 'connects' the skin to the bits underneath. The teacher collects Student Handouts from all students to hear from any students that did not verbally share. Before handing out the worksheet included in this skin lesson plan, review some of the functions of the skin and accessory organs listed below. I want you to read the term on the index card and fill in the first blank in Box 1, after the word 'term. If a student is struggling, the teacher can supply the students with their own copy of the PowerPoint and the example of the foldable.