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Standards: Cells and Genetics (S7L2 and S7L3)

S7L2. Students will describe the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.

S7L3. Students will recognize how biological traits are passed on to successive generations.    

Categorize cells and groups of cells by levels of cellular organization, such as: 
  • cells are organized into organs 
  • organs are organized into systems 
  • systems are organized into organisms 
Explain the role of the functions of the tissues, organs, and major organ systems in the human body and demonstrate understanding of the interactions of these systems (human body systems)

USEFUL LINKS...click...

Human Body Webquest Task #1 HERE
  
Human Body Webquest Task #2 = HERE
  
Human Body Trackstar = HERE

Interactive Human Body Activities = HERE

SKELETAL SYSTEM SUPPORT: 

ASSEMBLE...
Assemble the skeleton and correctly place the organs of the digestive system...............................................................................HERE

ASSESS...
Play the games and take the interactive skeleton identification quiz ..........................................................................................HERE

EXPLORE...
Explore the gross things your body does................................HERE

Elements: 
  • Explain the role of genes and chromosomes in the process of inheriting a specific trait.
  • Compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction in organisms (bacteria, protists, fungi, plants & animals).
  • Recognize that selective breeding can produce plants or animals with desired traits.
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