Anatomy & physiology lab



The student will create a power point presentation of 5 to 10 slides maximum (including cover, introduction and reference slide). The power points should include illustrations, pictures and bullet points. The student will present the power point;the power point will guide the presentation. The student may bring his or her notes. The student will not read from the power point. 

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The student will choose a cell, a tissue or an organ (only one of them); and describe the anatomy and function of the cell, tissue or organ. For example, I am choosing for my project cardiac tissue, I will present the anatomy and physiology of the cardiac tissue. 

Sample Power Point

A&P I Final Project Sample 2019.pptx

A&P I Lab Final Project Presentation Rubric

A&PI Lab Final Project Rubric 2019.docx

× Teaching Plan

Due: Jan 6 at 11:59pmCalendarAnatomy & Physiology 1Details

Students will choose a topic to present in front of the class by the last week of class. Please prepare a 5 to 10 minute PowerPoint presentation for your classmates on your one chosen chapters to be presented at the beginning of class as a Key Points Final Review on January 6th. Submit your presentation no later than 24 hours before you will be presenting the material. 

Ch 1- Organization of the Body

Ch 2- Homeostasis

Ch 3- Chemistry of Life

Ch 4- Biomolecules

Ch 5- Cell Structure

Ch 6- Cell Function

Ch 7- Cell Growth and Development

Ch 8- Introduction to Tissues

Ch 9- Tissue Types

Ch 10- Skin

Ch 11- Skeletal Tissues

Ch 12- Axial Skeleton

Ch 13- Appendicular Skeleton

Ch 14- Articulation

Ch 15- Axial Muscles

Ch 16- Appendicular Muscles

Ch 17- Muscle Contraction

Ch 18- Nervous System Cell

Ch 19- Nervous Signaling

Ch 20- Central Nervous System

Ch 21- Peripheral Nervous System

Ch 22- Autonomic Nervous System

Ch 23- General Senses

Ch 24- Special Senses