B2 Sensory

Sensory Perception




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Date Assignment 
 2/23
Tues
 1.  Go over test


2/24
Wed

Sensory Receptor Notes

    Sensation and Receptors ppt

(Chemo, Mechano, Photo, Thermo)

QuizSensory Receptor s FA -Required


2/25
Thurs

 Gamma Test-Nervous System


Eye diagrams---------hints

Eye power-point

     


2/26
Fri
1. Continue with Notes

Vision Notes

Eye power-point

 2/29
Mon
 Eye Dissection

 3/1
Tues


 3/2
Wed
 Visual Physiology  Vision Notes

  Eye power-point



 3/3
Thurs

Ear diagrams

Hearing Notes

Power-point Ear

Kahoot Game


hints

Kahoot Lobby
 3/4
Fri
 Hearing Physiology ppt.


Sound Link 1

Sound Link 2,   

Ear Link
hints

3/7
Mon
Sub-Day

I apologize for my absence.  Today will be a day of practice testing to see how well you are leaning the topics in this unit.  There will be 5 practice quizzes which I would like to to first try as an individual, then discuss the questions you got wrong with your group.   For this you may use either a chromebook or your phone.

1.  Sensory Receptor Practice Quiz

Sensory Receptor Types


Eye Anatomy Practice


Physiology of Vision Practice


Ear Anatomy Practice


Physiology of Hearing


Eye Ear Matching KEY.pdf


3/8
Tues
 Taste and Smell ppt

Article




1. Video



 3/9
Wed

Sub- VAEI

Today you will have some time to mess around with a few pieces of equipment and develop some ideas for use in a future experiment.

1.   Vision disks.
  For this you will use some tools which will allow you to measure the range of periferal vision.   The Sub will read specific instructions to you and provide a demonstration on how to use them.
        -Use the vision disks and the provided color cards and letter cards to measure....
  1. The range of peripheral vision overall (where things can first be seen)
  2. The range of color vision (where various colors can first be detected)
  3. the range of the macula or fovea (where letters can be read)
    • Be sure to avoid peeking... it is a tough temptation to overcome.
    • Experiment with different "directions"... ex, is it more accurate to start out-side the feild of view and them come towards center, or to go the other way
2.  Limits of hearing.  FOr this you will need to down-load the app "Physics Toolbox"  Use this app to explore how pitch and volume effect what you can hear.
    • Try it with and without head-phones
    • Is there similarity between right and left ears?
After playing around with each device fill in the form below with a summary of your observations and some ideas for possible experiments you could do in the spring.   You will need to fill this form in twice.  Once for the vision disk and again for the sound stuff.

Sensory Physiology Lab Ideas


3/10
Thurs
Sub- MACUL
ALPHA TEST
Today in class you will work on filling in the Alpha test to prepare for the unit test next Tuesday.  There is also a vocab sheet you need to work on with all relevant terms from the unit.

You will be provided an answer key on friday and a video with me explaining the stuff on the alpha test.  I have temporarily removed the answer key from the web-site so will attempt the alpha test on-your-own.   You will learn more if you try it first f=before being provided the answers.

Also Below I have posted the answer key for the matching questions on eyes and ears from earlier in the week.


Pass out Alpha Test

Sensory ALPHA TEST


Vocab Sheet
 

Vocab Sheet


Answer key to Matching Worksheets from earlier this week

Other references- if you are interested.

Ear formative-required -You must shut off the U-Block extension (red stop-sign)

Eye formative-required-You must shut off the U-Block extension (red stop-sign)


3/11
Fri
 Sub- MACUL
The alpha test key and a video explaining it will be posted here on Friday morning.   Until then please do your best on the alpha test.

go over Alpha Test (KEY)

YouTube Video




http://youtube.com/watch?v=zbFaOyh-CR0 
3/14
Mon

    Watch the video I have linked below.  It is on the history of medicine in the 20th century.  Please pause after each of the following segments and have some discussion abour what you just watched. Then respond to some questions on the form below.
      1. Pause after the discussion on President McKinley's assassination

      2. Pause after Bubonic plague and how it related to the San Fransisco earthquake

      3. Pause after Pellagra and how it relates to vitamin B-12.

      4. PLEASE DO NOT PLAY THE SEGMENT ON DIABETES>  THAT IS FOR NEXT UNIT.


    This is a graded assignment.


    YouTube Video


    A Science Odyssey Video Notes


    Assasination of President McKinley

    Bubonic Plague

    Palegara

         


      











    3/15
    Tues


    Work Day

    Sensory Perception Checklist Log Sheet.docx



    3/16
    Wed

    Beta Test 
    Logs Due

    3/17
    Thurs
     Go Over Beta
    Endocrine
    3/18
    Fri
    Gamma Test 


    Sensory Background Q's



      Unit Objectives
    1 Classify receptors by the type of stimuli that activates them.
    2 Describe the structures of the outer, middle and inner ear.
    3 Summarize the conversion of acoustic energy to mechanical energy to a nerve impulse.
    4 Explain the physiology behind pitch and volume perception.
    5 Describe the semi-circular canals and explain their role in maintaining balance.
    6 Describe the structures of eye which provide support and those which focus light onto the retina.
    7 Summarize the conversion of light energy into nerve impulses.
    8 Explain the physiology behind the perception of light/dark and color vision.
    9 Explain how taste and smell sense the presence of chemical stimuli.
    10

    Explain how the senses work together to enhance perception.

    Course 1

    How can we model the relationship between structure and function in the body? -----How can we model the distribution of rods and cones in the retina?

    NGS

    Present claims and findings, emphasizing relevant data points in a focused, coherent manner with relevant evidence, sound valid reasoning, and well-chosen details.

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