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ALL - Submit any and all late work to the shelf by Friday 5/25 to receive partial credit
 
JUNIORS ONLY
1) Go to http://forensics.rice.edu/ and click on Case 5 "Fatal Interactions"
2) Click "REGISTER" and enter a username and password.
3) Complete all activities on accompanying virtual lab up through page 3 "Step 6. Firearms Lab" by Friday

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Finish project - Group submission for the Final Report is due at the end of class tomorrow!

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Continue Working on Crime Scene Final Project - individual and group roles
Study for Blood and Blood Spatter Test Wednesday 5/16 - see Google Classroom for all requirements for this project as well as final agreement signed today

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Continue Working on Crime Scene Final Project - individual and group roles
Study for Blood and Blood Spatter Test Wednesday 5/16 - see Google Classroom for all requirements for this project as well as final agreement signed today

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1) Angles of Impact Activity FINISH ENTIRE WORKSHEET FOR HW
2) Begin studying for Blood/Blood Spatter Test on Wednesday 5/16

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Blood Stain Tutorial Notes - complete paper copy - if not in class print the copy on Google Classroom

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1) Read textbook p 196-203
2) Annotate Slides 10-15 - review of blood components and types
3) Blood Type Game and Questions

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Check Google Classroom for today's  HW

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Continue to work on Handwriting Report due Tuesday 5/1

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Finish Presidential Handwriting Analysis Activity - entire packet plus all questions (except 5 and 9 on the back )

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Watch the video on FBI Training for Handwriting Analysis on Google Classroom

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1) Read case studies at the end of Chapter 7
2) Study for Chapter 7 Quiz on Tuesday (quiz will be on Ch 7/class material and case studies including Forensic Files episode)
3) Be ready for Pig Heart Dissection on Monday! Ladies, be sure to bring hair ties.
On Tuesday we will have a brief review of quiz material, followed by the quiz.

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1) Gattaca Questions up to and including question 21 due tomorrow
2) Gel Electrophoresis Virtual Lab up to and including question 11 due tomorrow - see Google Classroom for the link

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Finish Gel Electrophoresis Coloring band matching activity from yesterday (with colored pencils) and submit to your class shelf when you arrive tomorrow.

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1) Read p 158-162 in the forensics textbook
2) Write all vocab in notebook (handwrite, do not type)
3) Outline p 160-161

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Study for Fibers and Figerprints Test Monday 3/26 - Study guide on Google Classroom

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Study for Fingerprints Quiz tomorrow using textbook and notes.

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Correct Question 1 from Friday's HW, Complete back page of worksheet
 
 

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Finish identifying minutiae (tiny individual ridge details) on worksheet Act 6-5 "Is it Consistent?" Question 1 only. The diagram of different minutiae can be found in your textbook on p 139 in your textbook, which can also be found in PDF form in the about section.
 
Have a great weekend!

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Fiber and Fingerprints test next week - begin studying notes

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Fiber Analysis Lab to be collected tomorrow

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No HW tonight - great job on your dioramas!
Remember that if you did not hand in your diorama today, you must submit it BY CLASS TIME tomorrow for the assignment to start at a 90.
In the event we do not have school, you are still responsible for emailing me a picture of your project and all index cards BY CLASS TIME tomorrow for the assignment to start at a 90. Assignments received later than that will then start at an 80, which is a significant decrease in grade.
I am expecting all students to submit their projects by tomorrow to maximize their potential score on this project.

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Atlanta Child Murder Quiz on Tuesday - finish watching the documentary using the link on Google Classroom. Make sure you take particular note of the people, summary of events, and evidence collected, particularly any evidence relating to fibers.
 
REMEMBER DIORAMA PROJECTS ARE DUE MARCH 12. This deadline has already been extended from the original deadline of March 6, so there will be no further extensions granted. If you are a senior and going to Disney, plan accordingly. Finally, if you have not yet chosen a crime, this part of the project is overdue and you may not be giving yourself enough time to complete the task. Email me ASAP with your project choice if your name is still in yellow on the Final Selections tab of the Google Sheet Sign Up.

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1) Atlanta Child Murders Quiz tomorrow
2) Finish Crime Scene Diorama Project by 3/12

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Crime Scene Diorama - Please read the rubric on Google Classroom carefully and begin research on your Crime Scene Diorama. Remember to choose a well known crime for which there is lots of information. If you have a question about the appropriateness of a topic, email me over the break.

You may also want to visit the FBI Vault website. There are scanned original documents for high profile cases to be found there.

THE FIRST PROJECT DUE DATE IS FRIDAY MARCH 2 - References (4 - 2 print and 2 online - are due handwritten on an index card or typed on a piece of paper) 

I look forward to seeing your creativity and attention to detail in this project!
 

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Continue working on Crime Scenes and hand in References Card by Friday 3/2

Due:

1) Begin brainstorming ideas for Nutshell Diorama project
2) Study for Pig Dissection Quiz tomorrow - remember you may make a "cheat sheet" that is half a piece of computer paper front and back. Cheat sheets larger than this will not be accepted.
3) Finish highlighting and annotating the two case studies from class today.

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1) CSI Virtual Lab - Rookie Training - due tomorrow
2) Reading/Listening Classwork Quiz on Francis Glesner Lee (10 points) - tomorrow. See podcast and article on Google Classroom.
3) Pig Dissection Quiz - in class Wednesday
Please refer to resources below. You may bring in one “cheat sheet” that is half of a computer page front and back to help you on the quiz. This cheat sheet must be written and NOT TYPED. No typed cheat sheets will be permitted on the quiz.

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1) Forensic Files case study worksheet due tomorrow - see post on Google Classroom from last Friday
2) Bring in "The Deadly Picnic" Deductive Reasoning Lab tomorrow - we will be completing this in class.

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1) Awakenings Quiz tomorrow
2) Forensic Files case study worksheet due Friday 2/9 - see post from last Friday.

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Awakenings Quiz Thursday, final day of pig dissection will be tomorrow.

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1) Monday and Tuesday are pig dissection days. If you have not yet completed the Pig Dissection Google Form, you will not be permitted to participate in the actual dissection until it is complete, so make sure it is done.
2) Wednesday we will also have a quiz on Awakenings. If you were absent for part of this movie, you are responsible for watching the portions you missed. A copy can be borrowed from your local library or rented/purchased on Amazon.
3) Wednesday we will also be continuing with our Intro to Forensics notes. The first forensics HW assignment is due Friday and it is a case study review of the Forensic Files episode Palm Saturday (Season 13 Ep 41). A link to the Youtube video and case study worksheet is on Google Classroom if you'd like to get a head start on that.

Have a great weekend, good luck at the Wounded Warrior fundraising basketball game, and have a great Superbowl Sunday!

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Complete Awakenings Movie Questions to be handed in tomorrow as a classwork check
 
 
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Reminder: No Written Anatomy and Forensics Midterm on Thursday 1/25. There is no exam to sit for since you completed your midterm project in class prior to this week.

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Study for Friday's quiz on Body Systems using the Study Guides on Google Classroom
 
 

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1) Complete the test, answer key, and study guide for your body system project and PLACE MATERIALS INTO PROPER DROPBOX by class time on Tuesday (see Google Classroom)
2) Complete Cardiovascular System Test Corrections (see About Section on GC if you need more test corrections forms)
3) Prepare for the body systems midterm quiz on Friday 1/19 by being an active listener during group presentations.

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Continue to work on Body System Project. 
1) ALL POWERPOINTS AND RESOURCES are due on FRIDAY 1/12. Remember to consult the project assignment guide posted on Google Classroom. Remember this will be counting as your midterm, so it must be completed on time.
 
2) Test Corrections on Cardiovascular System Test are due TUESDAY 1/16
 

** NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED **

You will receive a zero for any part that is not posted on Google Classroom the day that it is due! NO exceptions.

Have fun with this project! Be Creative! Do your best! =)

If you need to redo your outline, put it in the REVISED OUTLINE dropbox on Google Classroom by class time on Friday.

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Outline and Vocabulary Sections will both be due tomorrow - all objectives should have already been submitted into Dropbox #1.
 
Remember that this assignment is counting as a major project grade for the second quarter. The full Final Project description can be found on Google Classroom and is posted below.
 

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Please see assignment description and rubric for Immune System Report on Google Classroom

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1) Please see description below for due dates on the Body System Final Project
 2) Finish Immune System Report
 

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Study for test tomorrow - see Google Classroom for details and study materials

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1) Study for Cardiovascular System Test on THURSDAY 12/21 using the resources on Google Classroom
2) **If you were absent and did not yet hand in your "Circulatory System" Packet or "Blood Typing" Packet, please print and submit the documents (31 and 32) as posted on Google Classroom

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1) Remember to hand in Blood Typing packet tomorrow.
2) Summarize the patient and his condition on the episode of House we watched in class today on one piece of loose leaf. Your summary will ONLY be accepted if it is written on loose leaf - typed assignments will not be taken.
In your summary be sure to mention the patient's name, potential diagnoses along the way, and what surprised or interested you most about the patient's condition in the episode.

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Circulatory System worksheet pack due tomorrow - if you were absent and did not yet receive a copy, make sure to print and use the one posted on Google Classroom.
 
 

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Work on Body Movements Project over the weekend - Final Project due Thursday 12/14

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1) Body Movement Projects are due tomorrow
2) Circulatory System POGIL worksheets are due Friday
 

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1) Complete Muscle Webquest Questions 1-14. You do not need to write out the question, but all your answers must RESTATE the question in FULL SENTENCES. I will not accept online submissions for this assignment. Due Monday 12/11
2) Case Study: Heart of the Problem. Due Tuesday 12/12
3) Work on Body Movements Project over the weekend - Final Project due Thursday 12/14. Remember to create an approximately 2 minute long video embedded into your Google Slides presentation and refer to the rubric as needed. Email me if you have any questions, too.
Have a great weekend!

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Muscular System Webquest Questions 1-14 written on loose leaf ONLY - DUE MONDAY 12/11
 
 
 

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Muscular System Webquest from class today- do labeling pages ONLY - to be collected tomorrow

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Study for Skeletal System test FRIDAY 12/1
Finish Chicken Wing Dissection Lab DUE FRIDAY 12/1

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Study for quiz tomorrow - see Google Classroom for details.

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Bears, Birds, and Bones Podcast Questions - due Wednesday
Listen to the podcast on Google Classroom and complete the worksheet with accompanying questions.
 
 

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Study for tomorrow's quiz on the skeletal system and forensic anthropology.  See Google Classroom for more details.

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1) p 125-126 Study Questions #1-5
Optional: Check out this website in preparation for tomorrow's lesson. Tomorrow we will be learning about the bones of the head and face. http://www.innerbody.com/image/skel03.html 

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Complete the Crash Course Bones homework due ONLINE on THURSDAY 11/2. This will count as a 10 point homework grade, so take your time on it and do your best.
 

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See homework from yesterday posted below.

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1) Study for Chapter 5 Test on 10/31
2) Complete Chapter 3 and 4 test corrections by 10/31. You must hand in the Scantron, test, and test corrections (stapled all together in that order) for full credit.

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1) Study for Integumentary System Test on Tuesday 10/31
2) Test corrections due on 10/31

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1) Finish Banana Lab Questions
2) Complete Test Corrections on test corrections sheet(s) DUE ON 10/31. You MUST completely fill out the test corrections sheet for any and all questions originally marked incorrect to receive maximum credit.

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No written homework - tomorrow we will finish the banana suture lab.

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Period 1 - No written homework tonight.
Period 3 - Only written homework is to complete starred lab questions we began in class today.
 
Tomorrow we will be doing our Banana Suture Lab.

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Complete Skin Cancer E-Sheet you received in class today using the links on Google Classroom to help you.

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Wound Healing Video Worksheet
 
 

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Read the burns handout and label the skin handout from class today.

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Go to: https://courses.lumenlearning.com/ap1/chapter/layers-of-the-skin/ and add stratum granulosum and stratum spinosum to your notebook and coloring sheet.

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No written homework tonight. Tomorrow we will begin the integumentary system.

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Study for Cells and Tissues Exam Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 - See study guide note packet on Google Classroom.

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1) Complete Chapter 3 and 4 Review Packet due tomorrow. You can skip the section about membranes ONLY. Everything else must be finished by class time.
2) Chapter 3 and 4 test has been moved to MONDAY due to Friday's shortened Pep Rally schedule

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1) Read the article and complete the HeLa Case Study Packet Parts 1 and 2 by Thursday 10/12
2) Study for your Cells and Tissues test on Friday 10/13
 
Good luck to all juniors taking the PSAT tomorrow and, seniors, enjoy your day off!

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Complete the CLASSROOM QUESTION on the Google Classroom page.

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1) Study for tomorrow's quiz on Tissues using the slides on Google Classroom and Guided Notes
2) Cheek Cell Lab due tomorrow

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1) Study for Quiz on Tissues Friday
2) Complete p 81 Study Question 7 and 8 on loose leaf
 
 

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Complete Connective Tissues Concept Map from class today. Refer to the directions at the top of the page and feel free to print another copy using the link below if your copy got messy in lab today. REMEMBER TO INCLUDE name of the SPECIFIC tissue, location, function, and a sketch of what it looks like, as provided on the board for red blood cells in class.

Continue reviewing tissue notes for a quiz on tissues later in the week.

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1) Cheek Cell Lab due Friday
2) Review Tissue Notes before class tomorrow.

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Complete DNA Transcription Unicorn Lab due Monday

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Review notes

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Complete Cell Coloring Sheet

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Read p 42-48 to review today's notes. Complete Study Questions on p 61 #1-4, remember to write out question and answer in full sentences of loose leaf.

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SOAP Note S section Draft due Monday:
Using the research notes from your infectious disease diary, imagine you are a doctor having an initial (first time) visit with a person that has the disease you researched. Imagine what your interaction with them would be like. Think about how old they are, where they are from, what their life is like, and how they started noticing symptoms that led them to come see you.

After visualizing this interaction, complete, as all doctors do, a SOAP note. A draft of the FIRST SECTION (only Section S) must be completed by Monday. I have attached in Google Classroom:
-a SOAP note checklist that doctors use (this is a medical version if you are interested in seeing what a SOAP note entails in real life)
-a rubric of assignment expectations (this is based on the doctor checklist, but has been streamlined and simplified a bit)
-a video explaining what a SOAP note is
-an example of an S Section of a SOAP note - feel free to use this as a template when completing your assignment

PLEASE REVIEW THOSE MATERIALS BEFORE COMPLETING THE ASSIGNMENT. If you still have questions, feel free to email me or comment on the assignment thread.

Good luck and have a great weekend!

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Study for tomorrow's test using the materials posted on the Google Classroom page.

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Finish your research sheet on your chosen disease (question list is posted below). Tomorrow we will be reviewing for Friday's exam and starting our SOAP writeups. More info on that tomorrow.

Your research Google Doc should be approximately one page long and include the following details about your disease:
title of disease
a graphic of some aspect of the disease (can be a photograph or diagram that shows how it is transmitted. Any visual that communicates information about the disease will do - keep images informative and appropriate.)
causes/risk factors
signs & symptoms
diagnosis (i.e. how is it diagnosed? what tests will determine whether a person has this disease?)
prevention (how can people avoid getting this disease?)
prognosis
treatment 
how the disease affects the _____ system (which body system does it primarily impact?)
resources (at least two) - Remember Google and WIkipedia are NOT sources, but they can be USED to FIND good, solid sources such as .gov, .edu, and research sites. WebMD, CDC, and Mayo Clinic are also great.
 

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1) Complete Study Questions 11 and 12 on p 18 in the textbook. Remember to write out the questions AND answers in full sentences being sure to develop your answers fully and answer all parts of the question.
2) Study for Chapter 1 test on Friday

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1) Watch Ameba Sisters Video and complete/submit worksheet via Kami by classtime tomorrow. (See Google Classroom)
2) Study for Chapter 1 Test Friday on body regions, planes, cavities, systems, and homeostasis

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No written homework tonight. Review notes/body systems overview over the weekend to keep on top of material. Have a great weekend!

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Body Measurement Lab is due tomorrow. SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM for details and helpful videos that will assist you with the analysis and conclusion sections of your packet.

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1) Enter your data into the class Body Measurement Google Sheet
2) Set up your graph by adding a title, x axis title and unit, and y axis title and unit, do NOT add an interval or plot points yet
3) Study for tomorrow's quiz using slides posted on Google Classroom and Quizlet link here
 

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QUIZ THURSDAY on all notes up until this point. There is no written homework tonight, but you are expected to study all terms covered. Know body regions, planes, and cavities from your notes.

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 Sign syllabus and return by Monday.

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Finish Anatomical Terms Worksheet from class today.
 
Complete Anatomical Regions Coloring Sheet - only one side with regions NOT the side with planes.
 
Remember to FOLLOW DIRECTIONS when you color. Do not color randomly - only color each bubble lettered region the same color as the corresponding arrows on the diagram. For example - if you color the word ANTERIOR red, you should also color any arrow that represent anterior with red as well. Do not color in the body.  Words and arrows have letter symbols to help ensure you color the right arrows.
 
Have a great weekend!

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Color planes of the body coloring sheet (back of Friday's HW) following the directions.
 
Anatomy Textbook p 18: Study Questions #1-6. Make sure you are doing the questions under the heading STUDY QUESTIONS. This MUST be done on loose leaf and written in full sentences, restating the question and answering all parts for full credit.

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DUE TOMORROW: Crash Course Video Discussion (see details below)
 
Complete discussion questions on Crash Course Video ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM. If you are not able to log in to your account or access Google Classroom, then you must complete the assignment on the paper copy given to you today. Assignment must be complete by the beginning of class tomorrow to receive credit.
 

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Finish All About Me Google Form on Google Classroom