Chapter Learning Outcomes: You should be able to do the following:

1. List the tissues in a bone.
2. Describe the structures of a long bone, and list the functions of each.
3. Discuss the major functions of bones.
4. Distinguish between the Axial and Appendicular skeletons, and name the parts of each.
5. Locate and identify the bones and the major features of the bones that compose the skull, vertebral column,          thoracic cage, pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle, and lower limbs.
6. Classify joints according to the type of tissue binding the bones together, describe their characteristics, and name examples of each.
7. List six types of synovial joints, and describe the actions of each.
8. Explain how skeletal muscles produce movements at joints, and identify several types of joint movements.

***To be successful with memorization-you must review daily up to 1 hour if the situation warrants...We will be singing, dancing, and reinforcing all lessons to fully succeed in memorization and application of body systems...Remember, our Frontal lobe is not fully developed until 25 yrs of age so I encourage you to review daily, as the course content increases in complexity,every quarter always integrating past knowledge...

***Tutoring is every morning by appointment, only, after school certain days by appt and online with e-mails time stamped no later than 5:00 p.m. E-mails will not be answered after 5:00 p.m.for any reason and never on weekends or holidays.

You must sign-in to my tutoring log book. No credit will be given to sit in the room without being 'tutored' or asking questions for help.Loitering is prohibited...this takes time away from students who need quiet and review.

***Again, grades will not be discussed in e-mails or remind as they are confidential. All grades are earned and should not be discussed in class.

Thursday-11/9...GO TO  CH 8-MUSCULAR SYSTEM...
Tuesday-11/6..CW: sub today-2 skeletal puzzles for classwok collected  grade..
HW: read ahead ch 8...
Wednesday-11/7...CW: navy speakers to  discuss the meaning of Veteran's day...
End of Ch 7....read ahead to ch 8...
Monday-11/6...CW: Let's Play Emergency Room Doctor...Contest to see who can identify skeletal injuries by name and location...Then we move on to Ch 8-The Muscular System...
Friday-11/3...CW: Ch 7 Joints Quiz 4- 20 Q = 50 pts...
HW: always review at least 30 min/day...use my webpage-Quizlet-Anatomy arcade-textbook...you might need to study hours/dAY if that's what it takes to be successful in this class.
***Tutoring is free before school(by appt). during 5th(with teacher permission) and after school some days, only.
Wednesday-11/1...Happy November...
CW: Class joint movements video in production...Know all the movements on text p. 165-166.
Best class performance with facts and fun wins...
HW: Review Joints and joint movements in text and webpage..
Thursday-11/2...CW: Vote for best Joint Movements class video...Review for quiz Friday...
HW: Study for 20Q quiz- use text, webpage, and Quizlet...
***Try gaming for practice using my educational site below...it reinforces your knowledge...
http://www.anatomyarcade.com/
Monday-10/30...CW: sub today-balancing chemical equations practice...
Below is a link of 'JOINTS' we will teach you Tuesday...watch it...
https://youtu.be/LT7id_j19Oo
HW. Review joints in textand check webpage...
Tuesday-10/31...Happy Halloween...Make-up tests...
CW: Joints of the body: Fibrous-Cartilaginous-Synovial...Synovial is most common and consists of 3 types...
1. Synarthrosis-not moveable(fixed)-fibrous
2. Amphiarthrosis-slightly moveable-cartilaginous
3. Diarthrosis-fully moveable(synovial)
6 types of Synovial: a. Pivot-radius/ulna, C1 and C2
                                     b. Hinge-elbow/knee
                                     c. Ball and socket-hip/shoulder
                                     d. Condyloid(ellipsoidal)-                         phalanges/metacarpals
                                     e. Saddle-thumb(pollex)
                                     f. Plane(Gliding)-carpals/tarsals
***Hallux is big toe...
Review these 2 Joints video from today..
https://youtu.be/rulBGbPSql4
https://youtu.be/5YcNAPzDxDg 

Joints songshttps://youtu.be/Z5QUXNBakvM
                         https://youtu.be/xbov_UK6ogI
Joint Movements: opposites all ending in -ion
p. 165-166...
Flexion-Extension
Dorsiflexion-Plantarflexion
Hyperextension
Abduction-Adduction
Rotation-Circumduction
Pronation-Supination
Eversion-Inversion
Retraction-Protraction
Elevation-Depression
Lateral Rotation-Medial Rotation
'We will be innervate and engage each class to perform a routine to learn these words either to music or not and video each class to compete as 'the class most engaged with a 'fun' factor...All 1 day only on Wednesday'...
2 class leaders and a cinematographer...
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Podcast 7-Sternum and Ribs.MP3

Thursday-10/26...CW: Sub today...Last day to complete diagram...no extra time for any reason...no completion in pd 5 or after school allowed after Thursday class...
HW: Major ch 7 test 1...100 pts tomorrow...
Friday-10/27...CW: Ch 7 test 1...100 pts...
HW: always review text and webpage...
Wednesday-10/25...CW: Vertebral column: 5 divisions to memorize:
1. Cervical vertebrae = 7
2. Thoracic vertebrae = 12
3. Lumbar vertebrae = 5
4. Sacral vertebrae(sacrum) = 5 fused = 1 adult
5. Coccygeal(coccyx) = tailbone = 4 fused = 1 adult
Total vertebrae = 26...
HW: watch video below...
https://youtu.be/TEXASYF5xZc
***Remember C1 and C2-don't mix them up...C2 the axis has a process called the den that articulates with the atlas...
***Fact: Atlas was a titan who betrayed Zeus and was punished to bear the weight of the world on his shoulders...so our 1st vertebra is named Atlas because it supports our head, the center of our body...


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3 types of spinal curvatures:
1. Scoliosis-s-shaped
2. Kyphosis-hunchback
3. Lordosis-swayback

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Monday-10/23...CW: Student Guest speaker from UNF...Pd 6 Today: Thorax...Ribs and Sternum...Taking A & P at St. Johns and attending UNF for 2 classes as a Jr.
***All classes...watch the video link below on Sternum and ribs so you can label accordingly tomorrow...
This is HOMEWORK!
https://youtu.be/62o3aLxIHVI

 




Tuesday-10/24...CW: Thorax: sternum and ribs..Text p. 153...
HW: always review  text and check webpage...
Read p. 147 and watch video below...

https://youtu.be/TEXASYF5xZc

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Podcast 6-Cranial and Facial Bones.MP3

Katman Podcast 5-Long Bone Anatomy.MP3

Thursday-10/19...CW: 8 Cranium bones and 14 Facial bones = 22 bones total...
short videos on face and skull and then we label for Day 3...
Below are  video links for toaday...know for quiz tomorrow...
https://youtu.be/H1G7cAdQuMg

https://youtu.be/Lz02jIsvPDg

https://youtu.be/J4aZjh1Nvh0

Friday quiz study hints:
Parts of long bones...
Appendicular bones-know number of and location...
Axial bones-Pelvic girdle, acetabulum, skull bones.
Textbook p. 141 gives summary of bones and numbers.
Know definitions of Bone Suture, Meatus, Process(p. 142)
Skull bones = 8, Face bones = 14...total = 22...
Hands and Feet Bones song to Flintstones below...
https://youtu.be/28awd8-Rz04



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Friday-10/20...CW: Ch 7 Quiz on bones learned so far.including parts of long bone..50 pts...
HW: always review text and study webpage as necessary..

Tuesday-10/16...CW: Day 1 of body tracing skeletal system...I will not be there today...
Draw and Label Appendicular:
 Pectoral Girdle (Clavicles,  scapulae), Cranium, Mandible, Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Carpals, Metacarpals, Phalanges, Femur, Tibia, Fibula, Tarsals, Metatarsals, Phalanges, Pelvic Girdle(Coxae = hip)...must have Ilium, Ischium, Pubis...
***Rulers must be used...1st Draw body in pencil and then highlight with black sharpie to see it better...
***All bone labels should be yellow highlighted...
Write ANTERIOR on top of paper...
***DO NOT DRAW and LABEL ANY BONES NOT DISCUSSED(ex. ribs, sternum)
Use text or pictures from this page to draw number of bones (ex. 8 carpals)...
HW: always check text and webpage...


Wednesday-10/17...CW: Sub today...Day 2 of Bdy tracing...Ruler must be used to label terms...
All Appendicular must be finished labeling today...
Tomorrow I should return(not at 100%) and we will add the cranium and facial bones of axial skeleton...
***Watch the following short video for Thursday...
https://youtu.be/4r277eyLhno
HW: Stay ahead with labeling in your group...always review text and webpage.
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Monday-10/15...CW: Appendicular Bones...126...
Short video...we plan for full body tracing...
***Video link from today is below...
https://youtu.be/eZ4TydXGy9k
HW: Read appropriate sections in ch 7 and always review webpage...
***WATCH THE VIDEO  LINK BELOW TO COMPLETE TODAY'S SKELETAL DIAGRAM CORRECTLY!
https://youtu.be/zcuNhyx5CAg

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Friday-10/13...Report cards posted in Friday...

CW: We discuss the 2 divisions of the Skeletal system...206 bones

a. Axial = 80 bones...head, neck and trunk...

b. appendicular = 126 bones...upper and lower limbs...

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Cell phones are not to be used in my class at any times....
Wednesday-10/11...CW: PSAT for 10th graders...
Thursday-10/12...CW: Intro to the Skeletal system...Parts of a long bone...

Always review textbook..I break it down in lectures for class...Note-taking is the job of the student...

5 Types of bones: MEMORIZE WITH EXAMPLES OF EACH!!
Text-p. 131

1. Long Bones
2. Short Bones
3. Flat bones
4. Irregular bones
5. Sesamoid bones(round)

***There are 2 videos for content we viewed in class...The first general one is below..

https://youtu.be/q4vXr9IuPVc
More complex video...
https://youtu.be/Bia40OvafdY

Overview of 5 bone types, long, short, flat, irregular, and sesamoid
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text p. 132-133

https://youtu.be/J8x6tZI2hVI
https://youtu.be/q4vXr9IuPVc

HW: Complete bone labeling of Long Bone
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Bone Structure Vocabulary
This will be updated as necessary.
Students are expected to define from lectures in class and textbook.Any or all may be on assessments.
Text p. 130-134

1. Epiphysis(proximal and Distal)
2. Diaphysis
3. Periosteum
4. Compact Bone
5. Spongy Bone
6. Articular Cartilage(articulation)
7. Medullary Cavity
8. Endosteum
9. Marrow
10. Intramembraneous Bones
11. Endochondral Bones
12. Ossification(Ossify)
13. Fractures
14. Trabecula(e)
15. Joint
16. Ligament
17. Osteoblasts(cytes-clasts)
18. Erythroblasts(cytes)
19. Foramen(a)
20. Epiphysial growth plate

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Diagrams below-text p. 140
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Here is a Bone Joint song for review...
https://youtu.be/oA6HiaV1RlU
More songs and video ideas...
https://youtu.be/ZlFOgeMT8FA

https://youtu.be/0cYal_hitz4
Disney joint movements... https://youtu.be/S4GBYezL61
There are 6 types of body joints known as Synovial joints:
synovial joint, also known as diarthrosis, joins bones with a fibrous joint capsule that is continuous with the periosteum of the joined bones, constitutes the outer boundary of a synovialcavity, and surrounds the bones' articulating surfaces. The synovial (or joint) cavity is filled with synovial fluid.
Beklow- text p. 161-163

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gliding

-articulating surfaces flat or slightly curved
-sliding or twisting
ex. wrist and ankle bones, sternum to clavicle

pivot

-cylindrical surface of one bone articulates with ring of bone and ligament
-rotation around central axis
ex. atlas, axis, proximal articulation of radius and ulna

hinge

-surface of one bone articulates with concave surface of another
-flexion and extension
ex. elbow, phalanges


saddle

-concave surface in one direction and convex in another
-back and forth, side to side
ex. thumb, 1st metacarpal and trapezium


condyloid

-oval-shaped condyle of one bone articulates with elliptical cavity of another
-variety of movements, no rotation
ex. metacarpals and phalanges


Ball and Socket

ball-shapped head of one bone articulates with cup-shaped cavity of another
-all planes and rotation
-hip and shoulder

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Talus...foot pivot bone like fulcrum of see saw 
Calcaneus...heel

Hands-Wrist-Fingers = 27 bones x2
Feet-Ankle-Toes = 26 bones x 2
***So as stated in class, 106 bones are in hands and feet of 206 bones...more than 50% bones found here...

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Below is the catchy skull bones song...
https://youtu.be/H1G7cAdQuMg
Then label arms/legs/ribs...do not go too far ahead...label only bones we discuss in class...


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 Bones to Memorize 

1.      Cranium                                          38. Suture

2.      Hyoid                                              39. Foramina

3.      Clavicle                                           40. Mastoid Process

4.      Scapulae                                         41. Foramen magnum

5.      Sternum                                          42. Lacrimal bones

6.      Humerus                                          43. Ethmoid

7.      Radius                                              44. Intervertebral disk

8.      Ulna                                                 45. Fontanel

9.      Pelvis                                                46. Meatus

10.  Femur                                               47. Costal Cartilage (ribs)

11.  Tibia                                                  48. Pelvic Girdle

12.  Fibula                                                 49. Pectoral Girdle

13.  Carpals                                               50. Talus

14.  Metacarpals

15.  Tarsals

16.  Metatarsals

17.  Phalanges

18.  Patella

19.  Frontal

20.  Parietal

21.  Temporal

22.  Occipital

23.  Nasal

24.  Vomer

25.  Zygomatic

26.  Maxillae

27.  Mandible

28.  Manubrium-Body-Xiphoid process

29.  Cervical vertebrae

30.  Atlas-Axis

31.  Thoracic vertebrae

32.  Lumbar vertebrae

33.  Sacrum

34.  Coccyx

35.  Ischium-Ilium-Pubis

36.  Calcaneus

37.  Ethmoid

 

 

 

 1. Axial Skeleton = Skull(Cranium)...22 Bones.. + 6 Middle ear bones - 28 bones...

 Hyoid Bone...1 Bone supports tongue

Vertebral column (spine,)...26 bones

 Thoracic Cage ...25 bones...

   Total Axial = 80 bones...

2. Appendicular Skeleton = Pectoral Girdle...4 bones

                                          Upper limbs (arms)...60 bones

                                          Pelvic Girdle...2 bones

                                           Lower limbs (legs)...60 bones

       Total Apopendicular = 126 bones...+ 80 bones = 206 Adult bones...