Pathology Teacher Resources
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Students discuss the nervous system and its pathology. They are then able to explain what neural physiology is. They use this game to further help them to develop clear meaning of the nervous system.
Four scenarios of unusual human behaviors are given to your psychology class. Based on their knowledge of brain anatomy and function, they consider what parts of the brain might be affected in order to result in the behaviors. This case study activity is a fascinating introduction into neurology and pathology of the human brain.
Grab career explorers' attention with pictures of televisions' most popular crime scene investigation teams. Then introduce them to the real deal; forensic pathology. This PowerPoint brings out the responsibilities and required skills for the profession. They are presented with a few different scenes to investigate. In this way they test their observation skills and their propensity for the profession.
In this health worksheet, students find the words that are associated with the diseases of the cardiovascular system. The answers are found at the bottom of the page.
Students explore a case study of a hearing impaired person. They evaluate obstacles the patient may face in a school setting. Students determine strategies to help the patient adapt to his hearing loss. They present their solutions to the class.
Students identify the different parts and functions of the cardiovascular system. In this forensics lesson plan, students collect and analyze evidence on a fictional crime. They describe different causes of cardiac arrest.
Students view the film "Nell" and analyze it for presentation of language pathologies and dialects. They consider the definition of dialect, research phonetic representation of dialects and observe their own communities for speech patterns.
Seventh graders identify how to use sterile techniques when identifying plant pathogens. In this plant diseases lesson students complete a lab activity in which they see how plant diseases are identified and classified.
Students examine a website devoted to sharing smallpox facts. They are to focus on the history of the diesease, how to prevent it and the pathology involved. They discover information about the smallpox vaccine and how it can be used as a weapon.
For this online interactive literature worksheet, students respond to 9 short answer and essay questions about Edgar Allan Poe's short stories. Students may check some of their answers online.
Learning the proper way to use a comma takes a lot of practice. Use this resource to focus on four of the main rules. Writers review using a comma (and a FANBOYS) to join two independent clauses, separate items in a series, separate adjectives, and avoid misreading. The second page houses the answers to each of the 15 practice sentences.
Students examine human anatomy with a focus on the knee joint. In groups, they research the chemical makeup of human bones and explain the different types of joints found in the body. To end the lesson, they identify the other structures needed in order for movements and describe the most common knee injuries and their treatment.
Students explore errors caused by Ti calculators when solving equations. For this technology lesson, students identify common errors that occur using the TI. These errors are not big enough to invalidate answers or the TI.
Students examine the importance of good dental hygiene. In this health activity, students examine periodontal disease through a series of activities, and how it can be controlled by good oral health.
High schoolers choose a question from a given list and develop an investigation about it. In this biology activity, students analyze bacterial growth by carrying out a guided experiment. They present their findings in class.
Test your kindergartener's auditory memory with this resource. They will listen to each sound imbedded in the presentation then determine which object presented made that sound, there are four different sounds to analyze.
First graders explore speech patterns by completing a phoneme activity. In this hearing loss activity, 1st graders utilize their teacher in a one on one environment to practice pronouncing animal names after they view a photograph. Students participate in a word pronunciation scavenger hunt activity with their classmates.
Kids create bottle habitats to see what happens to aquatic environments when the balance disrupted by climate change. In groups of four, the class will construct two habitats. Over a one-month period, they will record what they observe every day. They research pond ecology to learn more about the habitats they created and then discuss what they've learned in relation to their observations.
Students improve their language skills by participating in a food purchasing activity. In this language development lesson, students model carrier phrases as they try to buy food products from their teacher. Students then use colored chips as pretend money to pay for the food. Students improve their color and money counting skills as well.
Following the standard style of the publisher, this lesson begins with a reading excerpt on the topic. Learners read about different types of agricultural equipment and agricultural history. They then work in teams to engineer and test a device that will consistently drop a seed every 15cm over a distance of 60cm. The lesson is a terrific way to demonstrate how technology improves our everyday lives. Use it with a STEM or agriculture unit.