Human Anatomy and Physiology

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  • Teacher:
    • Jennifer Cunningham
    • Science Department

 

  • Contact Information:
    • jennifer.cunningham@sfisd.org
    • 409 - 927 - 3100 ext. 3180

 

  • Remind 101 Information:
    • Text to: 81010
    • Message Code: @3kfg7b

 

  • My Tutorials:
    • Monday and Wednesday from 2:45pm – 3:15pm or by appointment. Also check Tutorial sign in classroom for additional times throughout each week.

 

  • My Schedule:
      • 1st Period: Human Anatomy and Physiology
      • 2nd Period: Human Anatomy and Physiology
      • 3rd Period: Conference
      • 4th Period: Aquatic Science
      • 5th Period: Aquatic Science
      • 6th Period: Credit Recovery
      • 7th Period: Aquatic Science

 

  • Where can you find class assignments?
    • All class assignments will be in canvas.
    • When a student is absent, this is their go to source to find out what they missed in class.
    • If an assignment cannot be completed at home, they will have the number of days that they were absent to make up the assignment once they return to campus (example: labs, quizzes, test etc)

 

  • What is Anatomy and Physiology?
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology is a challenging course designed to utilize the understanding layout of the human body system.
    • Body Systems include:
        • Cardiovascular System
        • Digestive System
        • Endocrine System
        • Excretory System
        • Integumentary System
        • Lymphatic System
        • Muscular System
        • Nervous System
        • Reproductive System
        • Respiratory System
        • Skeletal System
    • There are two major parts of this course that we will integrated together.
        • Anatomy is the physical organs of each system. This includes how they look, the location in the body and the importance of the organ to that system.
        • Physiology is the function of the organ in each system. This includes how it works within the system and how it functions with other body organs/systems.
    • Once we learn about the anatomy and physiology of each system, we will view how disease, cancer and illness impacts the body systems.

 

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