Unit 5 Anatomy And Physiology P1 Case Study

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Assignment Front sheet BTEC NATIONALS | Unit: Number & TitleUnit 5: Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care | Assignment Number:1 of 3 | Subject /Unit Teacher: George Nana Okyere | Tutor & Tutor Group | Student Name: | Feedback Date(s): | Date Received: | Final Hand-in Date: | Student declaration : I declare that the work submitted is my own and has not been lent to anybody else or copied from them; that all internet and other references have been acknowledged.or Signed …………………. ……………………. Date ……………. | Final Submission GradingCriteria | Task Number | Outcomes Assessed | Grading Criteria Achieved | P1 | 1 | LO1 Understand the organisation of the human body | | P2 | 1 |…show more content…
This means giving an overview of the cell structure and function without including any more detail than is covered in the text. Although you are not obliged to include a separate image of each organelle, your work will clearly be more comprehensive if you do. If you download material from the internet you must show clearly how you have adapted it to show your learning, as well as providing a detailed reference and acknowledgement. It would be acceptable to obtain an image and label it carefully yourself to show the relevant parts. Make sure that you use colour and make the poster clear, attractive and interesting. P2 Outline the structure of the main tissues of the body Produce a written assignment that shows an understanding of the main tissue types and the roles they play in two named organs. Two organs you could choose might be the stomach and the skin. Here are examples of tissues types that occur in these two organs: 1. The stomach has three layers of non-striated muscle in its wall and an inner lining of columnar epithelium with goblet cells. The tissue connecting the lining with the muscular coat is areolar tissue. Describe these three tissues and their roles in the functioning of the…show more content…
You could supplement your written description with large annotated diagrams of the named organs to provide illustrated accounts. Ensure that the functions you describe are specific to the named organs and not general. P3 Outline the gross structure of all major body systems Imagine that you wish to explain to individuals using a local health centre how the body works, and produce a series of annotated diagrams to provide an overview of each body system. 1. On large sheets of paper, draw your own version of the gross structure of each body system listed below, labelling each part with its name and adding a short description of the function of the part. Body systems to be included are: cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, renal, nervous, endocrine, reproductive (male & female), lymphatic, musculo-skeletal and immune. 2. Download images of the more complicated systems from the internet. Delete any prepared text and make the images your own by inserting labels and functions as in P1. Guidelines To achieve P3, you have to outline the gross structure of all the main body systems. You need not include any details of microscopic structures (such as alveoli or nephrons) as these are not part of the gross

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