Quiz on May 20th! Study hard. You must be able to identify the regions and the function of each. CLICK HERE for notes from class.
Hello there! Spend some time looking back over THE NOTES to review the neuron diagram and the organization and function of the nervous system. Come see me if you have question.
CLICK HERE for the notes about the joints in the body. Study hard for your test and let me know if you have any questions,
CLICK HERE! and keep it real. Also, remember to study the difference between the male and female pelvis.
CLICK HERE if you need more copies of the diagram labeling sheets for the axial skeleton So you can practice identifying the bones and markings. Stay tuned for a specific list you will need to know.
CLICK HERE for the notes from class concerning the spine, vertebra, and skull.
HERE is the crime scene photos and the missing persons profiles from class for your forensic anthropology assignment
We will be recreating the work of forensic anthropologists and trying to identify some unknown skeletons. In order to do this we must research to find out what a forensic anthropologist knows! Use the following links to complete the questions from class.
Piecing Together Identity
Learning from Skeletons
Written in Bone
Forensic Case Files
Get out your diagraming pens, it's time to learn a whole bunch of bones! Does anyone have pens just for diagraming? Weird... CLICK HERE for the notes about microscopic bone anatomy, bone markings, and the gross anatomy of the long bone.
Hello Anatomotons! Next week is our unit two summative. CLICK HERE for the study guide with the learning targets and the essay prompt in case you lost the one I gave you. Study at home and prove your mental grit!