Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 2 (Teacher Guide - Revised)

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Overview

The Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Volume 2 Teacher Guide assists you in educating your high school students about the digestive system, metabolism, the reproductive system, and special systems which include the blood, lymphatic, immune, urinary, endocrine, and integumentary systems. This resource is required to complete the course for one high school science credit.

SKU M303-2
Manufacturer Master Books
Weight (in lbs) 1.05
Title Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 2 (Teacher Guide - Revised)
ISBN 13 9781683443032
Contributors Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, Dr. Tommy Mitchell
Binding Paperback
Page Count 193
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group, LLC
Dimensions (in inches) 8 1/2 x 11

This vital resource provides the weekly schedule, assessments, worksheets, and answer keys for grading all assignments from the Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 2 course.

Course Overview:

The Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology continues as students are given a deeper understanding of God’s wonderful design of their bodies. This high school science curriculum explores the digestive system, metabolism, the reproductive system, and special systems which include the blood, lymphatic, immune, urinary, endocrine, and integumentary systems. Students will be amazed as they find answers to these questions and more:

  • How do the correct muscles know how to contract in just the right way to allow us to walk?
  • How can we control the movements of our hands in a very precise fashion so that we can brush our teeth?
  • How can we decipher those funny marks on a printed page, understand that they are letters and punctuation marks, and make sense of them?
  • How can we hear others singing and make our voices match theirs?
  • How does the cereal you had for breakfast become energy?
  • How does the chicken you had for supper provide the amino acids the body needs to build proteins?

You and your students will enjoy exploring the human body which can only be truly understood as a product of the Master Designer.

Teacher Guide Features:

The included calendar provides 5 lessons weekly with clear objectives. The worksheets, quizzes, and tests are all based on the readings from the student text.

  • Approximately 30 to 45 minutes per lesson, five days a week
  • Includes answer keys for worksheets, quizzes, and tests
  • Worksheets for each section Quizzes and tests are included to help reinforce learning and provide assessment opportunities
  • Designed for grades 9 to 12 in a one-year course to earn 1 science credit
This is a fantastic course that is very informative for a high school child.
Review by Kathleen C
The required book to accompany this teacher guide is Wonders of the Human Body Volume 2 by Dr. Tommy Mitchell.

The Teacher's Guide contains schedules, worksheets, quizzes, tests, and answer keys.

Three units cover the topics: Digestive System and Metabolism, Reproductive System, and Special Systems.

In the first unit, there is vocabulary, fill-in-the-blank, and detailed images for the child to label. The second and third units have vocabulary, fill in the blank, and ask the child to draw and label what they learned about. There is also a space for personal reflection. The images used for the child to label are very detailed. There is vocabulary and fill-in-the-blank for each lesson.
We loved the section at the end that gives you several scenarios of patients with symptoms and asks the child to diagnose them. That was fun!
Fearfully and wonderfully made!
Review by JoyfulMommy
This is the teacher guide that accompanies Wonders of the Human Body Volume 2. It includes the open-and-go schedule and all the worksheets needed to complete this high school course. Below is my review of the complete set:

What a fascinating study, one I wish I had done in my high school years! Learning about the complexity of each detail in the human body, I find myself marveling and echoing the words of Psalm 139:14, “I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.”

Written from a decidedly Biblical worldview, the author frequently points us to our all-wise Creator and Designer - and shows how evolution cannot account for the complex systems in our bodies. The text is well-written, engaging, detailed but understandable, and complemented by excellent illustrations and diagrams. Worksheets include activities such as defining words, fill-in-the-blanks, and completing charts which will help the students interact with the text to retain the information. Like other reviewers have mentioned, vaccines are presented with no hint of controversy regarding safety or effectiveness, so plan to discuss your viewpoint with your students if you differ in your opinion.

The biblical worldview really shines in the reproductive section. I appreciate how they teach the scientific terms for developing babies, but are clear that they are babies, created in God’s image, from the moment of conception. Genetic problems that lead to miscarriage or health challenges are related as a sad reality in our sin-cursed world. While I know this is going to be an excellent high school study, I’m brushing up on it myself so I’m better able to explain what takes place during puberty to my elementary-aged children... and am awed all over again at the miracle of human life!
Fearfully and wonderfully made!
Review by JoyfulMommy
This is the textbook for the high school course Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 2. You will need the teacher guide which includes the open-and-go schedule and all the worksheets in order to complete this high school course. Below is my review of the complete set:

What a fascinating study, one I wish I had done in my high school years! Learning about the complexity of each detail in the human body, I find myself marveling and echoing the words of Psalm 139:14, “I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.”

Written from a decidedly Biblical worldview, the author frequently points us to our all-wise Creator and Designer - and shows how evolution cannot account for the complex systems in our bodies. The text is well-written, engaging, detailed but understandable, and complemented by excellent illustrations and diagrams. Worksheets include activities such as defining words, fill-in-the-blanks, and completing charts which will help the students interact with the text to retain the information. Like other reviewers have mentioned, vaccines are presented with no hint of controversy regarding safety or effectiveness, so plan to discuss your viewpoint with your students if you differ in your opinion.

The biblical worldview really shines in the reproductive section. I appreciate how they teach the scientific terms for developing babies, but are clear that they are babies, created in God’s image, from the moment of conception. Genetic problems that lead to miscarriage or health challenges are related as a sad reality in our sin-cursed world. While I know this is going to be an excellent high school study, I am brushing up on it myself so I am better able to explain what takes place during puberty to my elementary-aged children... and am awed all over again at the miracle of human life!
Love MB teacher guides
Review by Dustie
This is a well-organized teacher guide. The course schedule, course objectives, worksheets, quizzes, and answer guide are included in this book. The course is designed to have couple of days of reading, followed by a worksheet. The worksheets are consistent with the reading. The workload is appropriate for a high school student, but it is not overwhelming.
A great continuation into anatomy!
Review by Sara
This course is a great continuation from the Anatomy and physiology 1 course for high schoolers. This set goes through the digestive system/metabolism, the reproductive system, and finally special systems. Worksheets are vocabulary, fill in the blanks and labeling of parts. At the end of each unit there is a quiz, every 2 quizzes there seems to be a test. The course book is very colorful and appealing to my high schooler, They use lots of charts, pictures and diagrams to get a lot of information into a chapter. I am very impressed with this course, and was actually more interested in this one over the first volume because it included the reproductive system. It can be very challenging to find the reproductive system taught tastefully and from a christian worldview. I was very pleased with how this unit was tackled, always pointing to Gods design, and giving students the facts in a mature manner.
Wonderful recourse
Review by Ashley May
Introduction to anatomy and physiology 2
This is a great resource to add to the textbook. It is all laid out for the teacher to use. Unit one has 19 worksheets unit 2 has 16 worksheets unit 3 has 20 worksheets. For the quizzes each unit has two quizzes each. And one test for each unit. Needless to say this book allows you to give your student the evaluation throughout the curriculum and to know where they are at the end of each unit.
Excellant course
Review by Laurie
My 9th Grade daughter works about 3 days per week on this course. Often she does 2-3 book scheduled days per school day, to help her fit extracurricular activities into her schedule. The course load is very comfortable for her. However, the amount of information is extremely fulfilling. After looking through the textbook and grading tests/quizzes. I'm confident this course will prepare her for college-level anatomy.
I received this free digital course in exchange for my honest option.

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