Science & Nature
Exploring the Human Body: Anatomy and Physiology for Middle School.
In this 12 week course, we will learn about basic human anatomy and physiology. We will learn what parts of the human body are called and how the systems work individually and as a team! Fun and hands on! #academic
Adrianne Hays, BA, CCLS
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Completed by 8 learners
learners per class
$16 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 12 weeks
50 minutes per class
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In this 12 week course, we will learn about basic human anatomy at an appropriate level for middle school age students. (Just a note that we will not be learning about the reproductive system in this course) Each student will have a human body packet with fill in the blank notes, label the body system pages, crossword puzzles and other extra activities to keep and review after class. Week 1 Skeletal System: Learn the function of the skeletal system and the names of major bones. Week 2...
Students will have basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.
I am a Certified Child Life Specialist and have experience working in the hospital setting with children and adolescents. As part of my Bachelor's degree program I took Medical Terminology and Anatomy and Physiology. Part of the role of a child life specialist is to help children and teens understand medical procedures and tests by using developmentally appropriate language.
I will provide handouts for students to review what they learned each week.
Handouts will be posted weekly on the classroom. Weekly supplies - Crayons or colored pencils, pencil, scissors, glue or glue stick. Week 1- Light colored piece of construction paper, dark crayon, vegetable oil, a few q-tips, handouts provided Week 2 - 3 tall glasses (one filled with hot water, one filled with cold (ice) water, one filled with room temperature water Week 3 - Stapler, string, tape, cardstock or cardboard, scissors Week 4 - marshmallow, toothpick, jar or small glass, water, balloon, 2 plastic straws, water (red food coloring optional) cookie sheet for underneath heart pump experiment so table doesn't get wet Week 5 - red water beads, 4-5 ping pong balls, purple craft foam or plastic straws Week 6 - pepper, water, bowl, dish soap Week 7 - 2 ziplock bags or paper lunch bags, 2 plastic straws, tape (preferably masking tape or duct tape), clay or play dough Week 8 - large ziplock bag, 2 crackers, clear soda Week 9 - weekly supplies (optional experiment - iodine, cornstarch, water, bowl, small ziplock bag) Week 10 - handouts provided, weekly supplies, 6 colors of playdoh, pipe cleaner, lifesavers or Cheerios or beads (anything that can be strung on the pipe cleaner) Week 11 - handouts provided Week 12 - weekly supplies, handouts from past weeks for review
Students will be assessed informal through questions in class as well as in a weekly cahoot review game.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will use some youtube videos when helpful for learning a topic and Kahoot.it for a weekly review.
Adrianne Hays, BA, CCLSTeacher, Homeschool mom of two (Bay Area)
687 total reviews
586 completed classes
Hello! My name is Adrianne Hays. I am currently a homeschooling mom of two kids. We have been homeschooling for 10 years. Before teaching on outschool, I spent 5 years teaching math and science to preschool and elementary school students through...