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REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
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Monday: A Day

Aim: What are the reproductive parts of the human male?

Do Now: Label the diagram of the male reproductive parts using page 513 of your text as a guide.

Procedure: The system used to produce offspring is called the reproductive system. What parts of the male anatomy are used in reproduction? Explain what the jobs are of each of those parts. Vas deferens, scrotum, penis, urethra, testes, and teh prostate glands. Explain the difference between sperm and semen.  Display diagram in board.

Homework #7: UPCO BOOK page 355-56 Part B all questions.

Tuesday: B Day

Aim: What are the reproductive parts of the female human?

Do Now: Using the text try to label the parts of the female reproductive system.

Procedure: Students will explain what each part of the female rreproductive anatomy is used for in producing offspring.Homework #8: UPCO Book Page 356-57 Questions 1+2. Display female diagram on board. Students will complete their male female anatomy books.

Wednesday: A Day

Aim: To quiz our knowledge of the reproductive system.

Do Now: Students will take a quick ten minute quiz on human reproductive anatomy.

Procedure: Complete male/female fun fact packets

Homework #9: UPCO Textbook Page 357-58 Complete Part DL fertilization questions 1-6

Thursday: B Day

Aim: How does an egg become fertilized?

Do Now: Define fertilization once again. Do humans have internal or external fertilization? Do they care for their young? How many eggs are produced at one time?

Procedure: Use the laser disc to show the path the egg takes to fertilization. Explain that the ovary is an egg forming structure but also an endocrine gland that is triggered by hormones.  Students will debate the technology of using artificail insemination. Discuss birth defects, not knowing the donor, storing sperm prior to vasectomy.

Homework #10: Complete the study guide worksheet, Reproduction in Humans.

Friday: A Day

Aim: What happens when the egg is not fertilized?

Do Now: What is the difference between fraternal and identical twins?

Procedure: What is menstruation? Explain to students the cycle that occurs if the egg is not fertilized. Point out changes that occur within the uterus during the menstral cycle. Complete Lab #10: Menstral cycle if time permits.

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND! See You Monday!

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