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Respiratory System - Cole

Respiratory System - Cole

Author: Sheri Cole
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Tutorial

Respiratory BAT List

Watch the video and use the interactive diagrams below to complete your note sheet.  Then, use your notes to complete the submit form by 7 am Monday.  You must bring your completed note sheet to class on Monday to receive credit for your submit.

 

By the end of this lesson you should "be able to":

  1. Identify the structures of the respiratory system and their functions.
  2. Diagram and label the path of O2 into the bloodstream and describe its importance.
  3. Describe the relationship between the respiratory and circulatory systems.
  4. Demonstrate how the muscular system works with the respiratory system to inhale and exhale.

Respiratory System Submit

Use your completed notes to complete the submit form.

Respiratory System - Cole

Watch this video at least twice (once to write what I write, including EXTENSIONS, and once to write what I say) to complete your respiratory system notes. Then, use the interactive diagrams below to complete the back of your respiratory system notes. Finally, use your completed notes to answer the submit form.

Respiratory Interactive Diagram

Use this diagram to complete the back of your note sheet.

Respiratory System Note Sheet

Complete this note sheet using the video and interactive diagram above. Then, use your completed notes to complete the submit form.

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