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Biologiehavo, vwoLeerjaar 1

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HAVE READY:

  • Your homework for today uploaded (3 screenshots).
  • Your new notes ready.
  • I-Book page 6.

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Quizlet:

  • Check your mail for a new quizlet link.
  • Please join the new class.


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Reflection booklet 1 bio:
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EASY

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MEDIUM

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DIFFICULT

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TODAY: LESSON 2
  • The bones of the human body.
  • Joints: Types and examples
  • Injuries 
I-Books p. 7-11

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WHAT ARE BONES MADE OF?
  • COLLAGEN
  • CALCIUM/PHOSPHORUS


  • DEMO

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  • Skull 
  • Upper jaw (maxilla) 
  • Lower jaw (mandible) 
  • Vertebrae 
  • Clavicle (collar bone) 
  • Scapula(shoulder blade) 
  • Sternum (breast bone) 
  • Ribs 
  • Humerus 
  • Radius 
  • Ulna 
  • Carpals (hand bones)
  • Metacarpals (hand bones) 
  • Phalanges (fingers) 
  • Pelvis (hip bone) 
  • Sacrum 
  • Coccyx (tail bone) 
  • Femur 
  • Patella (knee cap) 
  • Tibia 
  • Fibula 
  • Tarsals (feet) 
  • Metatarsals (feet) 
  • Phalanges (toes) 
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  • 1. Clavicle (collar bone) 
  • 2. Scapula(shoulder blade)
  • 3. Humerus 
  • 4. Ulna
  • 5. Radius 
  • 6. Carpals (hand bones)
  • 7. Metacarpals (hand bones)
  • 8. Phalanges (fingers)
  • 9. Tarsals (feet) 
  • 10. Metatarsals (feet) 
  • 11. Phalanges (toes) 
  • 12. Skull 
  • 13. Lower jaw (mandible) 
  • 14. Ribs 
  • 15. Sternum (breast bone) 
  • 16. Vertebrae 
  • 17. Pelvis (hip bone) 
  • 18. Sacrum 
  • 19. Coccyx (tail bone) 
  • 20. Femur 
  • 21. Patella (knee cap) 
  • 22. Tibia 
  • 23. Fibula 
  • 24. Upper jaw (maxilla)

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Types of joints:
  • Read I-books pages 8 and 9

  • Write down what joints there are in the human body.
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Types of joints:
  • Ball & socket
  • Hinge 
  • Pivot
  • Gliding
  • Fixed

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ANTAGONISTIC PAIRS:
- MUSCLES THAT WORK TOGETHER BY WORKING AGAINST EACHOTHER.

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Chicken wing lesson:
  • Review the chapter on scientific research in I-Book 1
  • Check out your old drawings and see what you need to improve.
  • Study the parts of the chicken wing.
  • Bring a pencil, eraser and ruler.

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HW FOR LESSON 3:
  • complete the numbered skeleton in your notes.
  • complete the joints worksheet and upload a screenshot.
  • update your mindmap and upload a screenshot.
  • Prepare for the Chicken Lab lesson.
  • Complete your reflection of booklet 1 on classroom.
I-Books p. 7-11

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