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15.2: Practice Test- Anatomy of the Nervous System

Mrs. Borthistle's Website

Section 3: DNA workbook unit C and PLO&rsquos B5, B6, B7 and B8.

Section 4: Enzymes and Digestion workbook units E & F and PLO&rsquos B11, C1, C2 (no C1.9)

Section 5: Circulation workbook unit G and PLO&rsquos C3 to C6 (no C7)

Section 6: Mandatory!! Nervous System workbook unit I and PLO&rsquos C11 and 12 (but, not PLO# C11.3 and C12.3)

Section 7: Mandatory!! Reproductive System workbook unit K and PLO&rsquos C14 (all but C14.6) and C15.1, 15.2

May 28, 2017:

May 11, 2017:

  1. Nervous System Power Point:https://www.dropbox.com/s/th9uk01smeuve6t/The%20Nervous%20System%20201617.ppt?dl=0
  2. Quiz Next class: Tuesday May 16th. Topics include the brain, the nervous system organization, and neurons. There will be multiple choice questions and the written questions include (random pick of one) compare:
  1. the Central and the Peripheral Nervous Systems
  2. the Autonomic and the Somatic Nervous Systems
  3. the Sympathetic and the Parasympathetic Nervous Systems

The quiz will definitely have this question:

Differentiate between the three types of neurons (inter, motor and sensory) based on location, functions and the parts they include.

April 10, 2017:

Class Digestion Presentations:

Template: Experimental design template

Website: copy and paste the website below into your browser and it will take you to the site. I can&rsquot get the link to work :(

Enzyme Quiz Jan 12th

Content: All PLO&rsquos from previous tests (including the PLOs from Biochemistry regarding DNA and RNA that were not on the biochemistry test)

  1. Cell and Cell Membrane: 20 M/C and 2 written response questions
  2. Biochemistry: 20 M/C and 2 written response questions
  3. DNA: 20 M/C and 2 written response questions
    1. PLO&rsquos B5, B6, B7, B8 all
    2. Plus!! DNA Quiz Rewrites (last chance)
      1. Protein Synthesis (DNA to mRNA to tRNA to Amino acid sequence)
      2. Three steps of DNA Replication

      DNA practice M/C questions

      Nov 14, 2016

      Biochemistry power point notes

      1. Biochemistry Test Tuesday November 23.
      2. All rewrites for Biochemistry quizzes must be completed on this test!
      3. Practice review multiple choice power point.
      4. Students must have their evidence of study ready
      • all PLO&rsquos must be completed (B2.1-2, B3.1-2, B4.1-18)
      • Examples of extra studying including workbook questions, MC power point questions, quizlet

      Oct 15, 2016

      Oct 15, 2016

      1. Test Tuesday, Oct 19, 2016: The Cell and the Cell Membrane. PLO&rsquos B1.1 to B1.4 and B9.1 to B9.8
      2. Evidence of Study (EOS) slip: please fill in this slip with your assigned PLO&rsquos and use it as a checklist for your EOS for the test next thursday. ALso you must have evidence of study besides notes (EX: practice multiple choice and vocabulary quizzes).This can include, but is not limited to:
      • my Practice power points for The Cell and The Cell Membrane
      • workbook multiple choice questions.

      The cell notes POWER POINT and HANDOUTS and Answer Key

      Cell membrane notes POWER POINT

      June 3, 2013: The following list outlines the topics on the final exam, the unit in the workbook and how much it is worth on the exam.

      Students must complete both the Nervous system (section 7) AND the Reproduction system (section 8).

      Students may complete ALL sections if they desire, however, all sections completed will count for the final grade.

      Here is a list of the possible exam written questions. Read the instructions carefully!

      Section 1: Cell Structure & Cell Membrane workbook unit B &D and PLO&rsquos B1 and B9 (but not B10)

      Section 2: Biochemistry workbook unit A and PLO&rsquos B2, B3 and B4

      Section 3: DNA workbook unit C and PLO&rsquos B5, B6, B7 and B8.

      Section 4: Enzymes and Digestion workbook units E & F and PLO&rsquos B11, C1, C2 (no C1.9)

      Section 5: Circulation workbook unit G and PLO&rsquos C3 to C6 (no C7)

      Section 6: Respiration workbook unit H and PLO&rsquos C8, C9, and C10

      Section 7: Mandatory!! Nervous System workbook unit I and PLO&rsquos C11 and 12 (but, not PLO# C11.3 and C12.3)

      Section 8: Mandatory!! Reproduction workbook unit K and PLO&rsquos C14 (all but C14.6) and C15.1, 15.2

      15 M/C, 1 W/RApril 27, 2015

      Respiration Test Monday April 28th Make sure to have EOS completed!

      March 29, 2015

      1. Cardiovascular multiple choice Pretest Answer Key
      2. Cardiovascular System Practice MC #1 (in class) and MC #2 (new)

      March 12, 2015

      Cardiovascular Oral Test Monday March 30th and Wednesday April 1. *** refer to handouts and instructions given out in class.

      ***The Oral section of the test will happen on both days and the selection of students will be random. All students will write the rewrite questions on Monday and all students will take the multiple choice section of the test on Wednesday.****

      Students who are aware that they will not be in class on either or both days must speak to their teacher in advance to arrage when they will complete the different portions of the test.

      March 9, 2015

      January 30, 2015

      1. Digestive written response questions answers and videos
      2. Enzymen and Digestion Test Monday February 2nd: EOS must be complete!
        • PLOs include: B11.1-6, &11.8, C1.1-8, C2.1-5
        • Practice Digestion Multiple Choice questions PP

      Nov 17, 2014:

      1. Biochemistry Test Monday November 26.
      2. Practice review multiple choice power point.
      3. Students must have their evidence of study ready
      • all PLO&rsquos must be completed
      • Examples of extra studying including workbook questions, MC power point questions, quizlet

      Nov 12, 2014

      Oct 16, 2014

      1. Test Monday, Oct 20, 2014: The Cell and the Cell Membrane. PLO&rsquos B1.1 to B1.4 and B9.1 to B9.8
      2. Evidence of Study (EOS) slip: please fill in this slip with your assigned PLO&rsquos and use it as a checklist for your EOS for the test next thursday. ALso you must have evidence of study besides notes (EX: practice multiple choice and vocabulary quizzes).This can include, but is not limited to:
      • my Practice power points for The Cell and The Cell Membrane
      • workbook multiple choice questions.

      Cell membrane notes power point


      June 9th 2014:

      Here is a list of the possible exam questions. Read the instructions carefully!

      June 8, 2014: The following list outlines the topics on the final exam, the unit in the workbook and how much it is worth on the exam.

      Students must complete the reproduction Section (section 8). Students may complete ALL sections if they desire, however all sections completed will count for the final grade.

      Section 1: Cell Structure & Cell Membrane workbook unit B &D and PLO&rsquos B1 and B9 (but not B10)

      Section 2: Biochemistry workbook unit A and PLO&rsquos B2, B3 and B4

      Section 3: DNA workbook unit C and PLO&rsquos B5, B6, B7 and B8.

      Section 4: Enzymes and Digestion workbook units E & F and PLO&rsquos B11, C1, C2 (no C1.9)

      Section 5: Circulation workbook unit G and PLO&rsquos C3 to C6 (no C7)

      Section 6: Respiration workbook unit H and PLO&rsquos C8, C9, and C10

      Section 7: Nervous System workbook unit I and PLO&rsquos C11 and 12 (but, no PLO # C12.3)

      Section 8: mandatory!! Reproduction workbook unit K and PLO&rsquos C14 (all but C14.6) and C15.1, 15.2

      May 27th, 2014

      Reproduction Power Point

      May 26th, 2014

      Nervous system Test Tuesday May 27th. Make sure to have the EOS complete!

      April 27, 2014

      Respiration Test Monday April 28th Make sure to have EOS completed!

      Review POWER POINT A questions

      March 27, 2014

      Cardiovascular Oral Test Monday March 31st. *** refer to handouts and instructions given out in class.

      ***all students will write the multiple choice section on Monday, and all Band students will take the oral portion of the test on Monday.****

      Cardiovascular System Practice MC #1 and MC #2

      1. Digestive written response questions answers and videos
      2. Digestion Test February 11th: EOS must be complete!

      Jan 15, 2014

      1. Enzyme quiz
      2. Digestive anatomy labeling race.
      3. Digestive Anatomy power point
      1. Enzyme notes and Power Point
      2. Quizlet definitions
      3. QUIZ Enzymes Wednesday Jan 15th: Inhibitor Written Response Question.

      Nov 26, 2013:

      Nov 22, 2013:

      Nov 20, 2013:

      1. Peer Assessment: Protein and Nucleic Acids quiz
      2. Group Review Power Point practice questions

      Reminder: Biochemistry Test Friday November 22.

      1. Practice review multiple choice power point.
      2. Students must have their evidence of study ready
      • all PLO&rsquos must be completed
      • Examples of extra studying including workbook questions, MC power point questions, quizlet

      Oct 11, 2013:

      1. Test Thursday Oct 25, 2012: The Cell and the Cell Membrane. PLO&rsquos B1.1 to B1.4 and B9.1 to B9.8
      2. Evidence of Study (EOS) slip: please fill in this slip with your assigned PLO&rsquos and use it as a checklist for your EOS for the test next thursday. ALso you must have evidence of study besides notes (EX: practice multiple choice and vocabulary quizzes). This can include, but is not limited to:
      • Quizlet: my user name is doswaldndrs, sign in to join the bio 12 class
      • my Practice power points for The Cell and The Cell Membrane
      • workbook multiple choice questions.

      Sept 20, 2012:

      1. Cell membrane notes power point
      2. Copy out the notes into the notes sheets your were given in class.

      Sept 9th 2013:

      1. Bio 12 course outline green sheet
      2. Bio 12 student achievement booklet (checklist for quizzes and test)
      3. The Cell notes handout (PLO B1) and power point
      • copy out the rest of the notes on the power point in pencil to see if you can distinguish between a structure note and a function note for each cell part.

      Sept 5th 2013:

      1. Course outline and Power Point
      2. Sign up for remind101 and Quizlet &ldquoms oswald&rsquos Biology 12 class&rdquo ask to join the class!

      June 9th 2013:

      Here is a list of the possible exam questions. Read the instructions carefully!

      June 8, 2013: The following list outlines the topics on the final exam, the unit in the workbook and how much it is worth on the exam.

      Students must complete a total of 4 sections including mandatory section 8. Students may complete ALL sections if they desire.

      Section 1: Cell Structure & Cell Membrane workbook unit B &D and PLO&rsquos B1 and B9 (but not B10)

      Section 2: Biochemistry workbook unit A and PLO&rsquos B2, B3 and B4

      Section 3: DNA workbook unit C and PLO&rsquos B5, B6, B7 and B8.

      Section 4: Enzymes and Digestion workbook units E & F and PLO&rsquos B11, C1, C2 (no C1.9)

      Section 5: Circulation workbook unit G and PLO&rsquos C3 to C6 (no C7)

      Section 6: Respiration workbook unit H and PLO&rsquos C8, C9, and C10

      Section 7: Nervous System workbook unit I and PLO&rsquos C11 and 12 (but, no PLO # C12.3)

      Section 8: Reproduction workbook unit K (mandatory) and PLO&rsquos C14 (but not C14.6) and C15.1, 15.2

      May 27, 2013

      1. Nervous system test
      2. Reproductive system notesPower Point

      May 13, 2013

      1. Nervous Systempower point notes: action potential and nerve synapse fill in the blanks.
      2. Quiz next class: neuron anatomy notes (4 pages including labeling the basic neuron structure). 10 multiple choice questions including the reflex arc. Written response question: compare the structure, functions and locations of sensory, motor and interneurons. Be sure to include a comparison of the dentrites, cell bodies and axons for each.

      Feb 18, 2012:

      digestion test moved to Thursday, Feb 21st

      Heart learning website go to this websites and follow the instructions of the handout from class to learn all the parts of the heart!

      Feb 13, 2012:

      Special Note: Enzymes and Digestion test Tuesday Feb 21st. Students must complete and hand in their Evidence Of Study (EOS) before they will be permitted to write the test.

      The test will include:

      1. Enzymes: PLOs B11.1-B11.6, and B11.8
      2. Digestion: PLOs C1.1-C1.8, C2.1-C2.6

      January 11, 2012:

      Dec 12, 2012:

      Nov 22, 2012:

      1. Biochemistry Test Monday November 26.
      2. Practice review multiple choice power point.
      3. Students must have their evidence of study ready
      • all PLO&rsquos must be completed
      • Examples of extra studying including workbook questions, MC power point questions, quizlet

      Oct 29, 2012:

      1. Biochemistry notes part 1 Power point slides 1-11.
      2. Quizlet biochem vocab set #1.
      3. Unit A in workbook
      4. Quiz first two pages of notes next class.

      Oct 18, 2012:

      1. Test Thursday Oct 25, 2012: The Cell and the Cell Membrane. PLO&rsquos B1.1 to B1.4 and B9.1 to B9.9
      2. Evidence of Study (EOS) slip: please fill in this slip with your assigned PLO&rsquos and use it as a checklist for your EOS for the test next thursday. ALso you must have evidence of study besides notes (EX: practice multiple choice and vocabulary quizzes). This can include, but is not limited to:
      • Quizlet: my user name is doswaldndrs, sign in to join the bio 12 class
      • my Practice power points for The Cell and The Cell Membrane
      • workbook multiple choice questions.

      Oct 10, 2012:

      1. cell membrane practice questions: I am sorry, but I can&rsquot find the file with the quesitons. Please use the practice questions at the end of section D in your workbook to practice multiple choice questions for the quiz.
      2. Quiz next class cell membrane: 10mc and 2 written response questions.

      Sept 27, 2012:

      Sept 25, 2012:

      Sept 21, 2012:

      1. cell quiz: 10 multiple choice and 1 written response
      2. Pre read: section D in your workbook &ldquocell membrane&rdquo

      Sept 19, 2012:

      1. Go overCell Written Response practice questionsPower Point
      2. Reminder Cell quiz next class. PLOs B1.1-4, the cell notes, section B in workbook, cell written response practice questions. THe written response question for the quiz is PLO B1.3 which describes the secretory pathway.

      Sept 17, 2012:

      1. FInish Cell notes Power point
      2. Cell Written Response practice questions
      3. Cell Quiz moved to friday

      Sept 13, 2012:

      1. The cell Power Point and Handout especially the secretory pathway.
      2. PLO booklet and explanation
      3. Quiz Wednesday Sept 19th: PLOs B1.1-4, the cell notes, section B in workbook. Written response question is PLO B1.3 which describes the secretory pathway.

      Sept 11, 2012:

      Sept 7, 2012:

      1. The cell Power Point and Handouts

      Practice Multiple Choice Questions Webpage

      June 4, 2012: the following list outlines the topics on the final exam, the unit in the workbook and how much it is worth on the exam.

      Students must complete 5 sections including mandatory section 8.

      Section 1: Cell Structure & Cell Membrane workbook unit B &D

      Section 2: Biochemistry workbook unit A

      Section 3: DNA workbook unit C

      Section 4: Enzymes and Digestion Workbook units E & F

      Section 5: Circulation workbook unit G

      Section 6: Respiration workbook unit H

      Section 7: Nervous System workbook unit I

      Section 8: Reproduction workbook unit K (mandatory)

      May 22, 2012:

      1. Male Reproduction System Quiz
      2. Continue Female Reproduction notes anatomy and functions. Power Point (slides 15-28)

      May 16, 2012:

      1. Finish Male Reproductive system notesPower Point (slides 1-14)
      2. Quiz Next class (Tuesday May 21st)

      May 14, 2012:

      1. Nervous System Test
      2. Quiz next Tuesday Male Reproductive System
      1. Male reproduction System Notes
      2. Nervous System Test moved to Monday May 14th

      May 8th, 2012:

      May 4th, 2012:

      May 2nd, 2012:

      1. Action potential quiz: 5 multiple choice and 1 written response
      2. Quiz next class: nerve synapse 8 steps, 5 multiple choice and anatomy of the structures of the nerve synapse (labeling)
      3. Nervous System Test Thursday May 10th: must have evidence of study.
      • PLO&rsquos C11 #1-8 and C12 #1-2, and 4-6, but NOT 3

      April 30th, 2012

      1. Finish Action Potential notes power point
      2. Nerve synapse notes and &ldquoBritish Bulldog&rdquo synapse game
      3. Quiz next class: Action Potential. 5 multiple choice and 1 Written Response Question ( Describe the 4 phases of an action potential including the name of the phase, what is happening to sodium and /or potassium and the values/ranges for the membrane potential )

      April 11, 2012:

      Respiration test moved to Monday April 16th.

      April 10, 2012:

      1. Finish internal vs external respiration notes
      2. practice quiz with partner
      3. quiz internal vs external respiration.
      4. Test MOVED to Monday April16th: Respiration: PLOs C8, C9, C10
      5. please have evidence of study ready.

      March 29, 2012:

      1. Mechanisms of Breathing notes:Power Point inhalation vs exhalation (slides 9-17)
      2. Respiration Video: the living body series &ldquobreath of life&rdquo
      3. Quiz next class: 10 Multiple Choice questions on respiratory anatomy and Written Response: describe the events involved in the inhalation or exhalation (use summary sheet to organize your answer). You will not know which one you are getting so know both!!

      March 27, 2012:

      1. Respiratory system Power Point notes: Anatomy parts labeling and structures/functions.
      2. 2 Questions: functions of cillia and mucus in trachea, related the structures of alveoli to their functions.

      March 16, 2012:

      Cardiovascular system test

      March 14, 2012:

      Cardiovascular system test

      March 12, 2012:

      1. group review questions vessels and blood
      2. Test next class: Cardiovascular Test information:
      • please note for Oral question # 2. Where you are asked to list all the structures that a RBC would pass through, please note that you will be asked to to describe the path if it is passing through HEAD or LEGS (not the intestine, liver, or kidneys). The answer is a list of the structures!

      March 8, 2012:

      March 6, 2012:

      1. Go over Blood Components worksheet
      2. blood clotting reactions notes Power point
      3. Cardiovascular Test information: containing number and types of questions, possible Diagrams and possible long answer questions ***students must complete their evidence of study in order to write the test.*** If you don&rsquot have your Evidence of Study Complete, you will lose your chance to a rewrite.

      March 2, 2012:

      1. Bug Zoo Photos
      2. Lymphatic system notes
      3. Blood component notes worksheet (in booklet) complete for next class.

      February 29, 2012:

      February 27, 2012:

      1. electrical activity of the heart, blood pressure and fetal circulation quiz
      2. home work: read and fill in notes from power point on lymphatic system. power point slides 32-36

      February 23, 2012:

      1. Blood pressure notes
      2. Fetal circulation notes
      3. Quiz next class: Electrical activity of heart, blood pressure, fetal circulation

      February 21, 2012:

      February 15, 2012:

      February 13, 2012:

      1. Blood vessel, heart and systems quiz
      2. Start electrical activity of hear notes
      3. Assignment: Cardio coach website (from previous) Concept 3. Make your own notes and print them off.

      February 8, 2012:

      1. Hand in Blood vessel comparison chart (essential assignment)
      2. Cardiovascular notes continued: labeling of major systemic blood vessels.
      3. Blood vessel, heart and systems quiz next class

      February 6, 2012:

      1. Heart Anatomy Quiz
      2. Cardiovascular notes: power point
      3. Essential Assignment:Create a table comparing the 5 types of blood vessels you have been given notes on.

      &ndashDirection of flow of blood (towards the heart/away from heart)

      ***this assignment must be handed in and complete or you will have an incomplete in this course.***

      February 2, 2012:

      1. Cardiovascular notes: 5 types of blood vessels comparison
      2. heart web tutorial: follow handout, bring notes next class and quiz next class on this website tutorial.

      Special Note: Enzymes and Digestion test Tuesday January 31st. Students must complete and hand in their Evidence Of Study (EOS) before they will be permitted to write the test.


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      Study the main structures of the nervous system with this handy labeled diagram

      So what’s the idea? It’s simple. Take a look at the diagram above labeled with some of the main structures of the nervous system. Focus on memorizing the appearance and location of each structure. Once you’re feeling confident, it’s time to test yourself. Are you ready for your first nervous system quiz?

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      Below, we’ve included a free unlabeled version of the labeled diagram above. You can also download the labeled version and use this to make notes. However, once you’re done studying, try to fill in as many of the blanks on the unlabeled diagram as you can without peeking.


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      The Nervous System, Day 1:
      Initial Explorations and Guided Experiments

      Getting Started
      • Do Now: Write a few sentences about a time when one or more or your senses gave you information that turned out to be untrue or incomplete.
      • Check homework: Randomly call on students to share their labeled drawings of neurons.
      • Discuss Do Now. Elicit ideas about why the information from our senses is not always completely reliable.

      The Invisible Gorilla
      • Watch “The Monkey Business Illusion” http://www.theinvisiblegorilla.com/videos.html (This is a version of the “Invisible Gorilla” video that has a couple of other surprising changes for students who may be familiar with the original video.)
      • Discuss how the information that our senses are exposed to may not always be the same as what we perceive.

      Sensory and Nervous System Exploration Stations
      • Randomly divide students into pairs.
      • Tell students that these exploration stations are to prepare them for designing their own experiments about the human nervous system. They will be able to use any of the materials in the exploration stations, or they may use other materials, with the teacher’s permission. Briefly point out each of the stations and explain procedure for rotating through them.
      • Smell: Provide flavored seltzer water that has been dyed to match the flavor (i.e., put orange food coloring in orange seltzer water) and seltzer water that has been dyed to be discordant with the flavor (i.e., put red food coloring in orange-flavored seltzer water) and have students attempt to identify the flavors.
      • Taste: White chocolate chips, chocolate chips, and caramel chips are provided. Students should take turns tasting chips with their eyes closed and noses pinched. How often do they correctly identify the flavor of the chip under these conditions?
      • Sight: Use Snellen eye chart (stand 20 feet away) to test visual acuity. Use Ishihara color test images to test for color vision.
      • Touch: Use 2-point discriminators to test the subject’s ability to tell the difference between one and two points of contact. Test should be conducted on the subjects forearm with eyes closed.
      • Reaction: one student holds ruler vertically, just above the hand of the second student, who is standing with his/her arm outstretched, fingers poised to pinch or close. When the first student lets the meter stick fall between the fingers of the second student, the second student tries to catch the falling stick as quickly as possible. The time it takes is measured by the distance it fell.
      • Rotate though stations.
      • Discuss: Share interesting results. What questions do you have after trying these mini-experiments?

      Nervous System Experimental Design
      • Tell students that they will design an experimental procedure to learn more about one aspect of the nervous and sensory system.
      • Give groups time to decide on a question they would like to ask about the human nervous system and develop a procedure. They should write down an experimental question, hypothesis, materials, controls, procedure, and blank data table. Let students know that they can use any of the supplies available in class if they want additional supplies they will have to make arrangements to bring them in.
      • Remind students what constructive criticism is.
      • All pairs present their proposed experiment to the class for feedback.
      • Give students time to revise their experiments as needed.

      Homework
      • Read Ch. 35 of Biology by Miller and Levine. Answer questions #1-10 on p.917
      • Read mantis shrimp online resource http://tinyurl.com/d4fdecg
      • Watch eye evolution video https://youtu.be/mb9_x1wgm7E

      Nervous System, Day 2:
      Student-Designed Experiments and Further Explorations

      Getting Started
      • Do Now: Review your experimental procedure with your partner(s).
      • Check homework: Randomly call on students to give answers to questions from Miller and Levine. Conduct brief class discussion about mantis shrimp vision and eye evolution. Read full Darwin quote to the class (the quote that was somewhat misleadingly abbreviated by Richard Dawkins in the video assigned for homework).
      Student-Designed Nervous System Experiments
      • Give students time to conduct their experiments and act as subjects in experiments conducted by other groups.
      • Conduct a class discussion to ensure that students have the data they need to write their Nervous System Lab Reports. If some students don’t have enough data, allow class to give suggestions about how to solve the problem.
      • Review lab report expectations.

      Clay Brains
      • Have students create and label models of human brains, based on the UNC-CH Brain Explorers activity http://tinyurl.com/q696ubp
      • Randomly select one student to present his/her model and explain what the parts of the brain are called and what they do. Then “borrow” a brain model and use it as a prop while giving students additional information (i.e., functions of left vs. right hemispheres, how modern human brains differ from our ancestors’ brains, etc.).

      Giant Neuron Powerpoint and Puzzle
      • Walk through and discuss the first 6 slides of the “Neurons and Neurotransmitters” PowerPoint with the class. http://tinyurl.com/ph3maaq
      • Give each lab group a giant neuron puzzle to solve. Tell them they must put the neuron together correctly and label the parts.
      • Walk through the remainder of the “Neurons and Neurotransmitters” PowerPoint. Use slides as opportunities for class discussion.
      • Give students small pom-poms to represent neurotransmitters, line up multiple giant neurons, and have selected students model the transmission of nerve impulses.
      • As a class, decide on what information was most important and write notes.

      Homework
      • Write first draft of “Nervous System” Lab Report
      • Read Ch. 36 of Biology by Miller and Levine. Answer questions #1-10 on p.930
      • Optional: Watch Tour the Tongue http://tinyurl.com/6zr5y2e

      Nervous System, Day 3:
      Peer Review

      Getting Started
      • Do Now: Review your “Lab Report Requirements” handout
      • Discuss the peer review process – remind students that the peer review process is intended to help everyone improve their final product. They should strive to read their peers’ lab reports carefully and give thoughtful, detailed, and fair commentary. They do not have to take their peers’ suggestions, but they must read and consider them.

      Peer Review of “Nervous System” Lab Report
      • Give students time to read and review lab reports. By the end of the process, each lab report should have comments from at least two students.
      • Provide pens of a variety of colors so that each reviewer can write in a different color from other people who have reviewed that lab report. Each student should write their name on the lab reports they review in the pen they use for comments so that commentary can be tracked.
      • Give students time to look over their comments and ask for clarification, if needed.

      Materials
      Video equipment, various types of seltzer water, food coloring, cups, various types of candy chip, Snellen eye chart, Ishihara eye chart, 2-point discriminators, 18 inch (or longer) rulers, modeling clay, giant neuron puzzles

      Bibliography

      Chabris, Christopher, and Daniel Simons. “The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us.” The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Aug. 2015.

      Dotti, Kristin. Experimental Biology Daily Lesson Plans. Asheville, NC: Catalyst Learning Curricula, n.d. Print.

      Inman, Matthew. “Why the Mantis Shrimp Is My New Favorite Animal – The Oatmeal.” Why the Mantis Shrimp Is My New Favorite Animal – The Oatmeal. The Oatmeal, n.d. Web. 26 Aug. 2015.

      Gould, Katie. “Neuroscience Basics through Puzzles and Dance.” PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 26 Aug. 2015.

      The Evolution of the Eye. Perf. Richard Dawkins. YouTube. Bang Goes the Theory BBC, n.d. Web. 26 Aug. 2015.

      Miller, Kenneth R., and Joseph S. Levine. Prentice Hall Biology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2002. Print.


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