Cardiovascular System PowerPoint and Notes

Cardiovascular System PowerPoint and Notes

If you teach Human Anatomy & Physiology or Advanced Biology, this Cardiovascular System PowerPoint is for you! This Cardiovascular System PowerPoint and Notes features: • Relevant and Accurate CONTENT in a Clear, Concise format that saves you time preparing lessons • Amazing IMAGES to keep students engaged • Student NOTES outline that help them stay on track with the presentation • Additional lecture notes for the teacher with EXPLANATIONS, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, and suggested DISCUSSION QUESTIONS to improve your ability to make meaningful connections with your students This EDITABLE resource allows you to customize the content to exactly suit your preferences and the needs of your students by . . . • Re-wording definitions or explanations • Adding or removing details • Rearranging, adding or deleting slides OUTLINE: 1. Overview of the Cardiovascular System 2. Anatomy of the Heart 3. Physiology of the Heart 4. Anatomy of Blood Vessels 5. Physiology of Circulation 6. Diseases and Conditions of the Cardiovascular System 7. Development Aspects of the Cardiovascular System This resource includes 4 EDITABLE files: 1. READ THIS FIRST includes a product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image and font credits. 2. PowerPoint with beautiful photographs and diagrams to keep students engaged. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. Student Notes Outline to help students focus on key terms and stay on track with the presentation. 4. Teacher Answer Key Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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The Blood PowerPoint and Notes

The Blood PowerPoint and Notes

This PowerPoint and Notes resource covers the major concepts and key terms your Anatomy & Physiology or Advanced Biology students need to know about the only fluid tissue in the human body, the BLOOD. Features: • Relevant and Accurate CONTENT in a Clear, Concise format that saves you time preparing lessons • Amazing IMAGES to keep students engaged • Student NOTES outline that help them stay on track with the presentation • Additional lecture notes for the teacher with EXPLANATIONS, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, and suggested DISCUSSION QUESTIONS to enhance your ability to make meaningful connections with your students This EDITABLE resource allows you to customize the content to exactly suit your preferences and the needs of your students by . . . • Re-wording definitions or explanations • Adding or removing details • Rearranging, adding or deleting slides OUTLINE: I. Structure and Function of the Blood II. Hematopoiesis III. Hemostasis IV. Blood Groups and Transfusions V. Diseases and Conditions This resource includes 4 EDITABLE files: 1. READ THIS FIRST includes a product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image and font credits. 2. PowerPoint with beautiful photographs and diagrams to keep students engaged. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. Student Notes Outline to help students focus on key terms and stay on track with the presentation. 4. Teacher Answer Key Here are a few comments from other teachers who have used my Anatomy & Physiology PowerPoints & Notes resources: “This is a huge help to me as a first year teacher! I love the notesheets that go along with the powerpoint. What I also liked about the powerpoint presentation were the helpful notes and activity suggestions. ... Thank you for a great product!” “Exactly what I was wanting!! The powerpoint and notes are very organized.” “Excellent notes for a high school A&P class! Thank you so much!!” “Wonderful product. Would highly recommend.” “Love everything Science Island creates! My only complaint is I wish there were more Anatomy and Physiology material! As a first year teacher, you make my life so easy! Thanks!!!” “Packed full of very useful information. Excellent resource!! Highly recommended!!” “Fantastic! Extremely informative. It was exactly what I was looking for.”
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Prokaryotes and Viruses PowerPoint and Notes

Prokaryotes and Viruses PowerPoint and Notes

This Power Point and Notes product includes over 80 slides and provides an engaging visual approach to learning high school Biology content. The content is comprehensive enough to be used in place of a textbook if necessary, but since it’s editable, you can customize it to complement any text or other resources you are using by adding, removing, or rearranging slides. Three versions of notes are also included! This download includes: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. PowerPoint presentation with stunning photographs and easy to follow diagrams. Students will not be overwhelmed with wordy slides and you will be able to check for understanding with the "Turtle Time" slides embedded throughout the presentation that quiz students on what they have just learned. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. THREE versions of editable student and teacher notes so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. Prokaryotes and Viruses Outline: I. Introduction to Prokaryotes II. Identifying Prokaryotes III. Nutrition & Reproduction IV. Roles of Bacteria V. Viruses VI. Bacterial and Viral Diseases Key Terms and Concepts covered in this presentation include: • microbiology • Leeuwenhoek • prokaryote • plasmid • bacteria • archaea • cocci • bacilli • spirilla • peptidoglycan • capsule • Gram+ • Gram- • pili • photoautotroph • chemoautotroph • photoheterotroph • chemoheterotroph • obligate anaerobes • obligate anaerobes • facultative anaerobes • cyanobacteria • binary fission • conjugation • transformation • transduction • bacteriophage • endospores • virus • capsid • lytic cycle • lysogenic cycle • retrovirus • pathogen • antibiotics • Alexander Fleming • vaccine • Edward Jenner • viroid • prion Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Lab Equipment Activity and Puzzles

Lab Equipment Activity and Puzzles

Students usually love working in the lab and using all the awesome equipment: beakers, clamps, pipettes, microscopes and the list goes on and on! But, before they can use it, they need to learn its name and function. This product includes diagrams, matching worksheets and puzzles designed to help students become familiar with 34 commonly used laboratory items. This “Lab Equipment Activity and Puzzle Pack” is great for the beginning of the year study of Biology lab equipment and safety or any time you’d like to review. I keep extra copies of the puzzles around for students who finish exams early, too. This product includes 7 files: 1. Read This First: Includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. Lab Equipment Pictures: A lettered diagram of 26 common pieces of laboratory equipment and labeled diagram of the same 26 laboratory items. You might want to make copies of this for students to put in their notebooks. 3. Lab Equipment Matching WS: A 26-question worksheet designed for matching equipment names to the lettered diagram and a matching worksheet with 26 questions matching names and functions of lab items. Answer keys are included. 4. Lab Equip Matching WS with Pictures: An all-in-one matching worksheet with the pictures included so you can save paper. 5. A Word Search Puzzle with 23 terms and answer key. 6. Crossword Puzzle and answer key. Clues for 25 terms include the function of each piece of lab equipment. 7. Word Scramble Puzzle with 18 terms and answer key. Equipment included: 1. beaker 2. Bunsen burner 3. dropper 4. Erlenmeyer flask 5. forceps 6. funnel 7. graduated cylinder 8. hot plate 9. incubator 10. inoculating loop 11. hot plate 12. lab apron 13. magnifying glass 14. microscope 15. mortar and pestle 16. petri dish 17. pH paper 18. pipette 19. ring clamp 20. ring stand 21. rubber stopper 22. ruler 23. safety goggles 24. scalpel 25. slides 26. spatula 27. spring scale 28. stirring rod 29. test tube 30. test tube brush 31. test tube rack 32. thermometer 33. triple beam balance 34. wash bottle Aloha and Welcome to the Island! Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Lab: Unique Properties of Water

Lab: Unique Properties of Water

Students will rotate through seven different stations during this lab to discover the unique properties of water including surface tension, cohesion and adhesion, polarity, density, capillary action and water's role as the universal solvent. This lab reinforces key concepts and scientific terms from your study of the Chemistry of Life and gives students the opportunity to practice laboratory procedures and become more familiar with common lab equipment. This product is fully editable and includes 4 files: 1. Read This First includes a product overview, contact information, and image credits. 2. Student Lab Handout with the following sections: • Problem • Introduction • Pre-Lab Activity • Materials • Procedure • Data and Observation Table • Analysis and Conclusion 3. Teacher Answer Key includes answers to questions and sample data as well as an optional activity that can be used as a teacher demonstration or as an opportunity for students to design their own activity. 4. Station Cards and Set Up Guide includes instruction cards for each of 7 stations, which can be laminated for repeated use. A comprehensive materials list (see below) is also included in addition to set up notes that will make your prep time more efficient. Comprehensive Materials List for 7 Lab Groups LABORATORY EQUIPMENT: beakers • 50 mL • 100 mL, 4 • 150 mL • 200 mL, 2 • 250 mL • 500 mL, 2 graduated cylinders • 100 mL • 50 mL stirring rods, 2 penny paper clip plastic fork petri dish black marker, water-based stopwatch or timer 2.5 mL (1/2 tsp) measuring spoon test tube brush several small bowls or cups hot plate and beaker to warm water, if you don’t have access to warm tap water Optional: balance CONSUMABLES: plastic pipettes, 7 vegetable oil, approx. 200 mL salt, approx. 45 mL (3 Tbsp) powdered laundry detergent, approx. 20 mL (4 tsp) corn syrup, 70-80 mL isopropyl alcohol, 70-80 mL paper towel, cut into 7 strips, 1.5 cm wide paper plates, 7 milk (whole works best), 400 mL food coloring (green, red, blue, yellow) cotton swabs, 14 dishwashing liquid, approx. 15 mL (1 Tbsp) + additional for cleaning ice cubes, about 2 dozen water, warm and room temperature Optional: transparent tape, small plate Aloha and Welcome to the Island! Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks ©2015 Science Island
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Plants: Structure and Function PowerPoint and Notes

Plants: Structure and Function PowerPoint and Notes

This Plants: Structure and Function Power Point and Notes resource includes over 90 slides and provides an engaging visual approach to learning high school Biology content. The content is comprehensive enough to be used in place of a textbook if necessary, but since it’s editable, you can customize it to complement any text or other resources you are using by adding, removing, or rearranging slides. Three versions of notes are also included! This download includes 8 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. PowerPoint presentation with stunning photographs and easy to follow diagrams. Students will not be overwhelmed with wordy slides and you will be able to check for understanding with the "Turtle Time" slides embedded throughout the presentation that quiz students on what they have just learned. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. THREE versions of editable student and teacher notes so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. Plants: Structure and Function Outline: I. Introduction to Plant Structures II. Roots, Stems and Leaves III. Plant Growth IV. Nutrition and Transport V. Plant Responses and Adaptations Key Terms and Concepts covered in this presentation include: • plant systems: roots and shoots • plant tissues: dermal, vascular, ground • epidermis • trichomes • xylem • phloem • plant cell types: parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma • fibrous roots • taproots • root hairs • root cap • stems • leaves • palisade mesophyll • spongy mesophyll • cuticle • stomata • guard cells • meristems • primary growth • secondary growth • vascular cambium • cork cambium • wood • tree rings • bark • mycorrhiza • legumes • tracheids • vessel elements • transpiration • sieve-tube members • companion cells • pressure-flow hypothesis • parasitic plants • carnivorous plants • epiphytes • hormones • auxins • phototropism • gravitropism • thigmotropism • cytokinins • gibberellins • ethylene • abscisic acid • photoperiodism • short-day plants • long-day plants • aquatic plants • desert plants Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Protists PowerPoint and Notes

Protists PowerPoint and Notes

This Protists Power Point and Notes resource includes over 75 slides and provides an engaging visual approach to learning high school Biology content. The content is comprehensive enough to be used in place of a textbook if necessary, but since it’s editable, you can customize it to complement any text or other resources you are using by adding, removing, or rearranging slides. Three versions of notes are also included! This download includes: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. PowerPoint presentation with stunning photographs and easy to follow diagrams. Students will not be overwhelmed with wordy slides and you will be able to check for understanding with the "Turtle Time" slides embedded throughout the presentation that quiz students on what they have just learned. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. THREE versions of editable student and teacher notes so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. Protists Outline: I. Introduction to Protists II. Animal-Like Protists III. Plant-Like Protists IV. Fungi-Like Protists Key Terms and Concepts covered in this presentation include: • protist • protozoan • sarcodines • pseudopods • amoeba • forams • phagocytosis • amebic dysentery • ciliates • paramecium • conjugation • stentor • vorticella • zooflagellates • giardia • trypanosoma • African sleeping sickness • Chagas disease • leishmaniasis • sporozoans • plasmodium • toxoplasma • malaria • algae • diatoms • diatomaceous earth • dinoflagellates • bioluminescence • red tide • plankton • phytoplankton • zooplankton • euglenoids • euglena • trachelomonas • red algae • brown algae • kelp • green algae • chlymadomas • volvox • ulva • lichen • algin • carrageenan • cuellular slime molds • plasmodial slime molds • water molds • downy mildews Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Prokaryotes and Viruses Task Cards

Prokaryotes and Viruses Task Cards

This Prokaryotes and Viruses Task Cards resource covers major concepts and key terms of bacteria, archaea, and viruses. What's a Task Card? A variety of tasks or questions in different formats such as multiple choice, matching, short answer, and fill-in-the-blank, all divided up onto separate cards. Task Cards are great formative assessments, and they can be implemented in many different ways. Details are included in the “Read This First” document, but here are a few ideas: 1. Bell Work or Early Finishers 2. Pairs 3. “Question of the Day” 4. Stations 5. Exit Pass 6. Review Game Race You also get a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students! Print and laminate the cards in the size of your choice (1, 2, or 4 per page) in color or black & white to use as traditional task cards. Or, present the cards one at a time, or a few at a time, from the PowerPoint to the whole class. You can even use the PPT as a quiz! I like to use the Task Cards throughout a topic of study and then use the PPT Review on the day before the test. Designed for a high school biology class. This FULLY EDITABLE download includes 5 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview and suggestions for use, contact information, terms of use and image credits. 2. 35 Task Cards in PowerPoint format (each card is one slide), ready to print and laminate in your choice of sizes, in color or black and white. Delete slides you don’t need or add your own in a matching format by inserting duplicate slides. 3. A 35-slide PowerPoint with answers. Perfect for whole-class review after students have completed the Task Cards. 4. Student Answer Sheet, editable and ready to print 5. Teacher Answer Key Topics Include: • microbiology • Leeuwenhoek • prokaryote • plasmid • bacteria • archaea • cocci • bacilli • spirilla • peptidoglycan • Gram staining • pili • photoautotroph • obligate anaerobes • obligate anaerobes • facultative anaerobes • cyanobacteria • binary fission • conjugation • transformation • transduction • bacteriophage • endospores • virus • capsid • lytic cycle • lysogenic cycle • retrovirus • pathogen • antibiotics • Alexander Fleming • vaccine • Edward Jenner Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Protists Task Cards

Protists Task Cards

This Protists Task Cards resource covers major concepts and key terms of protozoans, algae, and fungus-like protists. What's a Task Card? A variety of tasks or questions in different formats such as multiple choice, matching, short answer, and fill-in-the-blank, all divided up onto separate cards. Task Cards are great formative assessments, and they can be implemented in many different ways. Details are included in the “Read This First” document, but here are a few ideas: 1. Bell Work or Early Finishers 2. Pairs 3. “Question of the Day” 4. Stations 5. Exit Pass 6. Review Game Race You also get a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students! Print and laminate the cards in the size of your choice (1, 2, or 4 per page) in color or black & white to use as traditional task cards. Or, present the cards one at a time, or a few at a time, from the PowerPoint to the whole class. You can even use the PPT as a quiz! I like to use the Task Cards throughout a topic of study and then use the PPT Review on the day before the test. Designed for a high school biology class. This FULLY EDITABLE download includes 5 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview and suggestions for use, contact information, terms of use and image credits. 2. 35 Task Cards in PowerPoint format (each card is one slide), ready to print and laminate in your choice of sizes, in color or black and white. Delete slides you don’t need or add your own in a matching format by inserting duplicate slides. 3. A 35-slide PowerPoint with answers. Perfect for whole-class review after students have completed the Task Cards. 4. Student Answer Sheet, editable and ready to print 5. Teacher Answer Key Topics Include: • protist • protozoan • sarcodines • pseudopods • amoeba • forams • phagocytosis • amebic dysentery • ciliates • paramecium • conjugation • stentor • vorticella • zooflagellates • giardia • trypanosoma • African sleeping sickness • sporozoans • plasmodium • malaria • algae • diatoms • diatomaceous earth • dinoflagellates • red tide • plankton • phytoplankton • zooplankton • euglena • red algae • brown algae • kelp • green algae • volvox • ulva • lichen • algin • carrageenan • cellular slime molds • plasmodial slime molds • water molds • downy mildews Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Fungi Task Cards

Fungi Task Cards

This Fungi Task Cards resource covers major concepts and key terms associated with organisms in this kingdom. What's a Task Card? A variety of tasks or questions in different formats such as multiple choice, matching, short answer, and fill-in-the-blank, all divided up onto separate cards. Task Cards are great formative assessments, and they can be implemented in many different ways. Details are included in the “Read This First” document, but here are a few ideas: 1. Bell Work or Early Finishers 2. Pairs 3. “Question of the Day” 4. Stations 5. Exit Pass 6. Review Game Race You also get a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students! Print and laminate the cards in the size of your choice (1, 2, or 4 per page) in color or black & white to use as traditional task cards. Or, present the cards one at a time, or a few at a time, from the PowerPoint to the whole class. You can even use the PPT as a quiz! I like to use the Task Cards throughout a topic of study and then use the PPT Review on the day before the test. Designed for a high school biology class. This FULLY EDITABLE download includes 5 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview and suggestions for use, contact information, terms of use and image credits. 2. 35 Task Cards in PowerPoint format (each card is one slide), ready to print and laminate in your choice of sizes, in color or black and white. Delete slides you don’t need or add your own in a matching format by inserting duplicate slides. 3. A 35-slide PowerPoint with answers. Perfect for whole-class review after students have completed the Task Cards. 4. Student Answer Sheet, editable and ready to print 5. Teacher Answer Key Topics Include: • mycology • hyphae • mycelium • septae • chitin • absorptive nutrition • saprobes • spores • budding • fragmentation • chytrids • Glomeromycetes • mycorrhizae • zygote fungi • zygosporangium • sac fungi • Ascomycota • ascus • club fungi • Basidiomycota • basidium • cap • gills • stipe • fruiting bodies • lichen • mold Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Plants: Structure and Function Task Cards

Plants: Structure and Function Task Cards

This Plants Task Cards resource covers major concepts and key terms associated with the structure and function of plants. What's a Task Card? A variety of tasks or questions in different formats such as multiple choice, matching, short answer, and fill-in-the-blank, all divided up onto separate cards. Task Cards are great formative assessments, and they can be implemented in many different ways. Details are included in the “Read This First” document, but here are a few ideas: 1. Bell Work or Early Finishers 2. Pairs 3. “Question of the Day” 4. Stations 5. Exit Pass 6. Review Game Race Includes a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students! Print and laminate the cards in the size of your choice (1, 2, or 4 per page) in color or black & white to use as traditional task cards. Or, present the cards one at a time, or a few at a time, from the PowerPoint to the whole class. You can even use the PPT as a quiz! I like to use the Task Cards throughout a topic of study and then use the PPT Review on the day before the test. Designed for a high school biology class. This FULLY EDITABLE download includes 5 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview and suggestions for use, contact information, terms of use and image credits. 2. 35 Task Cards in PowerPoint format (each card is one slide), ready to print and laminate in your choice of sizes, in color or black and white. Delete slides you don’t need or add your own in a matching format by inserting duplicate slides. 3. A 35-slide PowerPoint with answers. Perfect for whole-class review after students have completed the Task Cards. 4. Student Answer Sheet, editable and ready to print 5. Teacher Answer Key Topics Include: • plant systems: roots and shoots • plant tissues: dermal, vascular, ground • epidermis • trichomes • xylem • phloem • plant cell types: parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma • fibrous roots • taproots • root hairs • root cap • stems • leaves • palisade mesophyll • spongy mesophyll • cuticle • stomata • guard cells • meristems • primary growth • secondary growth • vascular cambium • cork cambium • wood • tree rings • bark • mycorrhiza • legumes • tracheids • vessel elements • transpiration • sieve-tube members • companion cells • pressure-flow hypothesis • parasitic plants • carnivorous plants • epiphytes • hormones • auxins • phototropism • gravitropism • thigmotropism • cytokinins • gibberellins • ethylene • abscisic acid • photoperiodism • desert plants • plant defenses Happy Teaching!
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Fungi PowerPoint and Notes

Fungi PowerPoint and Notes

This Fungi Power Point and Notes resource includes over 70 slides and provides an engaging visual approach to learning high school Biology content. The content is comprehensive enough to be used in place of a textbook if necessary, but since it’s editable, you can customize it to complement any text or other resources you are using by adding, removing, or rearranging slides. Three versions of notes are also included! This download includes: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. PowerPoint presentation with stunning photographs and easy to follow diagrams. Students will not be overwhelmed with wordy slides and you will be able to check for understanding with the "Turtle Time" slides embedded throughout the presentation that quiz students on what they have just learned. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. THREE versions of editable student and teacher notes so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. Fungi Outline: I. Introduction to Fungi II. Classification of Fungi III. Ecology of Fungi Key Terms and Concepts covered in this presentation include: • mycology • hyphae • mycelium • septae • chitin • absorptive nutrition • saprobes • spores • budding • fragmentation • chytrids • Glomeromycetes • mycorrhizae • zygote fungi • sporangia • zygosporangium • sac fungi • Ascomycota • ascus • conidia • conidiophore • club fungi • Basidiomycota • basidium • cap • gills • stipe • fruting bodies • licen • mycoses • mold Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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The Blood PowerPoint and Notes

The Blood PowerPoint and Notes

This PowerPoint and Notes resource covers the major concepts and key terms your Anatomy & Physiology or Advanced Biology students need to know about the only fluid tissue in the human body, the BLOOD. Features: • Relevant and Accurate CONTENT in a Clear, Concise format that saves you time preparing lessons • Amazing IMAGES to keep students engaged • Student NOTES outline that help them stay on track with the presentation • Additional lecture notes for the teacher with EXPLANATIONS, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, and suggested DISCUSSION QUESTIONS to enhance your ability to make meaningful connections with your students This EDITABLE resource allows you to customize the content to exactly suit your preferences and the needs of your students by . . . • Re-wording definitions or explanations • Adding or removing details • Rearranging, adding or deleting slides OUTLINE: I. Structure and Function of the Blood II. Hematopoiesis III. Hemostasis IV. Blood Groups and Transfusions V. Diseases and Conditions This resource includes 4 EDITABLE files: 1. READ THIS FIRST includes a product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image and font credits. 2. PowerPoint with beautiful photographs and diagrams to keep students engaged. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. Student Notes Outline to help students focus on key terms and stay on track with the presentation. 4. Teacher Answer Key Here are a few comments from other teachers who have used my Anatomy & Physiology PowerPoints & Notes resources: “This is a huge help to me as a first year teacher! I love the notesheets that go along with the powerpoint. What I also liked about the powerpoint presentation were the helpful notes and activity suggestions. ... Thank you for a great product!” “Exactly what I was wanting!! The powerpoint and notes are very organized.” “Excellent notes for a high school A&P class! Thank you so much!!” “Wonderful product. Would highly recommend.” “Love everything Science Island creates! My only complaint is I wish there were more Anatomy and Physiology material! As a first year teacher, you make my life so easy! Thanks!!!” “Packed full of very useful information. Excellent resource!! Highly recommended!!” “Fantastic! Extremely informative. It was exactly what I was looking for.”
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Skin Diagrams and Quiz

Skin Diagrams and Quiz

Skin diagrams to enhance your study of the Integumentary System. Labelling and coloring diagrams is one of the best strategies for teaching human anatomy. Diagrams allow students to easily visualize the gross and microscopic anatomy of human body structures. Physical characteristics of structures and their relationships to one another become more real and easy to understand. This resource contains 1 skin diagram in 5 formats for your advanced Biology or Anatomy & Physiology students. I also included an EDITABLE matching quiz and answer key. This product includes 4 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and imageand font credits. 2. Skin Diagrams: 1 diagram in 5 different formats. • Study – Labeled format has 15 skin structures • Label – Lined format is ready to label • Quiz – Lettered and numbered formats that are perfect for quizzes • Color – Blank diagrams that are ready to color 3. Skin Structures Quiz 4. Skin Structures Quiz Answer Key Skin structures included: • epidermis • dermis • hypodermis • papillary layer • hair shaft • hair follicle • arrector pili • sebaceous gland • sweat gland • pore • Pacinian corpuscle • Meissner’s corpuscle • free nerve endings • artery • vein
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The Biosphere PowerPoint and Notes

The Biosphere PowerPoint and Notes

This Power Point and Notes product includes over 70 slides and provides an engaging visual approach to learning high school Biology content. The content is comprehensive enough to be used in place of a textbook if necessary, but since it’s editable, you can customize it to complement any text or other resources you are using by adding, removing, or rearranging slides. Three versions of notes are also included! This download includes: 1. Read This First includes product overview, contact information, terms of use, and image credits. 2. PowerPoint presentation with stunning photographs and easy to follow diagrams. Students will not be overwhelmed with wordy slides and you will be able to check for understanding with the "Turtle Time" slides embedded throughout the presentation that quiz students on what they have just learned. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode. 3. Notes: THREE versions of editable student and teacher notes so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. The Biosphere Outline: I. Introduction to the Biosphere II. Energy Flow III. Feeding Relationships IV. Biogeochemical Cycles V. Threats to Biodiversity Key Terms and Concepts covered in this presentation include: • biosphere • population • community • ecosystem • ecology • autotroph • heterotroph • producer • consumer • decomposer • herbivore • carnivore • omnivore • detritivore • detritus • food chain • trophic level • food web • phytoplankton • primary productivity • biomass • ecological pyramids • energy pyramid • biomass pyramid • pyramid of numbers • biogeochemical cycles • water cycle • transpiration • carbon cycle • nitrogen cycle • nitrification • denitrification • biodiversity • habitat destruction • deforestation • introduced species • overexploitation • pollution • global warming • eutrophication • biomagnification • endangered species • conservation • sustainability Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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