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SCIENCE Class: From Single

Cells to Body Systems

Date: March 15th

Teacher's notes

Objectives

Vocabulary

Link and Learn

Prepared by

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6th DaVinci ‐ From Single Cells to Body Systems Student 

Attitude

Student  

ABUSADA, Fabiana 

GONZALES, Juan Diego    

ALVARADO, Ana  

HARO, Renzo

AREVALO, Daniela  

CACERES, Camila   

ARRIARAN, Elsa  

JULCA, Sofia    

BENDAYAN, Camila  

KESTING, Thijmen

CACERES, Camila  

LAINEZ‐LOZADA, Alejandro

CALLO, Vanessa   

LLERENA, Sebastian

CHAU, Alicia   

MONTERO, Raul

CHIRINOS, Robert   

QUENAYA, Renato

CHOCANO, Alessia   

REBAZA, Valeria

DEL SOLAR, Diego   

RENTERIA, Sebastian

DIAZ, Alexa   

SAMPIETRO, Valeria

DIAZ, Gonzalo    

VIDAL, Willy

EYZAGUIRRE, Jimena    

VILA, Eduardo

FIEDLER, Amaru

VILCHEZ, Juan Alberto

Attitude

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6th Rembrandt ‐ From Single Cells to Body Systems Student 

Attitude

Student  

AGUIRRE, Camila 

MACHER, Andrea

ALVAREZ, Camila 

MALDONADO, Bruno

BARRIENTOS,Valeria

MARAVI, Michael

CAMPAÑA, Daniela 

MENDIETA, Mateo 

CESTI, Luis Antonio

MILIC, Adriana

CHAU, Alfonso 

MOMBERG, Adriana 

DENEGRI, Jessica 

MORENO, Jose Antonio

DURAN, Sebastian

NEIRA, Gonzalo 

ECHEANDIA, Natalia 

PARDO, Leonardo 

FERNANDEZ, Luis Fabian 

PRINCIPE, Sandro

GONZALES, Santiago 

REINOSO, Valeria

GONZALES, Daniela 

SANCHEZ, Maria Jose

GUERRA, Francesco

TIRADO, Diego 

INGA, Maria Gabriela

VARESE, Eliana 

JAIME, Luciano 

YRUPAILLA, Jefferson

Attitude

KLAUER, Cesar

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OBJECTIVE 1

Identify the basic  components of living  organisms.

What are the Basic Components  of Living Organisms?

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CELLS

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Prokaryotic   ‐ No nuclear membrane. ‐ No membrane‐bound organelles. "Pro‐" means before "‐karyon" means Nucleus (nuclear  membrane)

Eukaryotic ‐ Presence of Nucleus. ‐ Presence of membrane‐bound organelles

"Eu‐" means true "‐karyon" means Nucleus (nuclear membrane) 7


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Living Organisms • Scientists have classified over 2 million different  species of living organisms, however all of them are  made up of cells. • Some living organisms are made up of one cell  (unicellular), others are made up of two or more  cells (multicellular), like a human being that is  made up of trillions of cells. • When an organism has many cells, they usually  are of different kinds and with specific functions.

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http://1link.in/hkfhd

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Some Living organisms are hard to classify, due to its components or properties.

Other entities are even harder to classify, such is the case of Viruses.

To what kingdom of life do viruses belong to?

OPTIONAL WORK Answer: To what Kingdom of Life do Viruses  belong to? Justify your answer. Deadline: Monday, March 22nd.

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BODY SYSTEMS

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Use the arrow drawing button to locate and identify the body parts and systems

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Use the arrow drawing button to locate and identify the body parts and systems

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs or  Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs  or Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs or  Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs or  Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs or  Structures 

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What would happen  if not present? 

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SYSTEM: Main Organs or  Structures 

Functions

What would happen  if not present? 

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Resources Used Slide  Resource  (Group)

Origin

Description

G1 ‐ 2 Image 

Da Vinci 

http://bit.ly/N0Btd

G1 ‐ 3 Image 

Rembrandt

http://bit.ly/X5hOY 

G1 ‐ 5  Images

Prokaryotic cell Eukaryotic cell

http://bit.ly/rrYNC http://bit.ly/rrYNC

G1 ‐ 6  Image 

Prokaryote vs Eukaryote 

http://bit.ly/sdbNk

G1 ‐ 9  Animations  Bacteriophage T4 

http://bit.ly/WxxL7

G1 ‐ 14  Image 

Type of cells 

G1 ‐ 15 Images 

Copy and Paste Idea 

http://bit.ly/2ZxTj Notebook Gallery

G1 ‐ 16  Image 

Heart

http://bit.ly/mmpT

G1 ‐ 17  Image  

Human body parts 

http://bit.ly/6I1nH

G1 ‐ 18  Image  

Skeletal System 

http://bit.ly/Q2MzF

G1 ‐ 19  Image 

Muscular System 

http://bit.ly/wkxPq

G1 ‐ 20  Image 

Digestive System 

http://bit.ly/ScJI

G1 ‐ 21  Image 

Excretory System 

http://bit.ly/6Jxfg

G1 ‐ 22 Image 

Endocrine System 

http://bit.ly/S2GP2

G1 ‐ 23  Images 

Male Reproductive System http://bit.ly/Ysw1j  Feale Reproductive System   http://bit.ly/683c

G1 ‐ 24  Image 

Integumentary System 

http://bit.ly/2meDTr

G1 ‐ 25  Image 

Respiratory System 

http://bit.ly/jYjY0

G1 ‐ 26  Image 

Circulatory System  

http://bit.ly/QBVH6

G1 ‐ 27  Image 

Lymphatic System 

http://bit.ly/Ca0Zn

G1 ‐ 28  Image 

Nervous System 

http://bit.ly/3KjucY

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Teacher's Notes This class has been designed to cover the topics of From Single Cells to  Body Systems in Science from Monday March 15th till Friday March 19th. For further knowledge about this topic:  1. Conduct a thorough search under the topic: From Single Cells Body  Systems and Discoveries on the Web, books and magazines. 2. If findings are not specific, ask your teacher for suggestions.

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Objectives • Identify the basic components of living organisms. • Identify and describe the types of cells and its components.

Note: All, or most, of the objectives will be covered during class time,  however the student must be responsible for those objectives not covered or concluded.

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Vocabulary • Cell: • Tissue:  • Systems: 

Note: Most of the vocabulary words will be covered during class time,  however the student must be responsible for those words not covered or concluded.

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Link and Learn You can visit the following websites to improve your understanding on  the present topic: • http://schools.utah.gov/curr/science/sciber00/7th/cells/sciber/levelorg.htm • http://www.svsu.edu/mathsci‐center/uploads/science/mLS1_OLT.htm

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www.cellsalive.com http://science‐learning2010.wikispaces.com http://learningandscience.blogspot.com http://libraryatstgeorge.blogspot.com

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Prepared by

Gerardo LAZARO Science Lead Teacher Email: glazaro@sanjorge.edu.pe Wiki: http://science‐learning2010.wikispaces.com Blog: http://learningandscience.blogspot.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/glazaro

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Digestive System 1. Esophagus 2. Abdomen 3. Stomach 4. Cardias sphincter 5. Pylorus sphincter 6. Small Intestine 7. Duodenum 8. Jejunum 9. Ileum 10. Valve 11. Ascending Colon 12. Transversal Colon 13. Descending Colon 14. Rectum 15. Anum

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Attachments

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