Over 10 years we help companies reach their financial and branding goals. Engitech is a values-driven technology agency dedicated.

Gallery

Contacts

411 University St, Seattle, USA

engitech@oceanthemes.net

+1 -800-456-478-23

BIOLOGY II :

Anatomy & Physiology

Total Unit Running Time: 30-40* minutes

plane logo on green button icon for teacher support pages

FIELD TRIP : Evidence For Evolution 

Running Time: 4:25 

NGSS: HS-LS4-1 

Join VVR Host, Jim Kent among the fossils at the Science Museum of Minnesota to examine conditions for evolutionary changes as well as the evidence for the theory of evolution. While viewing various dinosaur skeletons,  students will learn about factors of common ancestry using the modern bird as an example.  

For more information, visit https://.smm.org/

Purple puzzle piece logo for teacher support pages

INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE : The Brain Game 

Running Time: Self-paced* 

Reminiscent of Mr. Potato Head, students assemble a human brain by selecting various parts and then piecing  them together in sequence to comprise a human head. Viewing these scaled structures in 360-degree detail,  students will have a better grasp on the physical inner-workings and relationship of the various parts of the brain.

video camera logo on blue button icon for teacher support pages

STORY 1 : Evolution & Diversity 

Running Time: 7:14 

NGSS: HS-LS4-1 

Topics Covered  

  • Common ancestry & biological evolution • Factors of diversity among humans • Comparative structures

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. B (BT2—comprehension)
  2. D (BT1—knowledge) 
  3. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  4. A (BT3—application) 
  5. A (BT4—analysis)
video camera logo on blue button icon for teacher support pages

STORY 2 : Energy & Respiration

Running Time: 7:29 

NGSS: HS-LS2-3 

Topics Covered 

  • Aerobic vs. Anaerobic 
  • 1st Law of Thermodynamics 
  • Components of energy transformation 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. B (BT1—knowledge) 
  2. A (BT6—evaluation) 
  3. C (BT1—knowledge) 
  4. B (BT4—analysis) 
  5. D (BT5—synthesis)
apple graphic on red button icon for teacher support pages

TEACHER DEMO: Comparative Anatomy With Wendy  

Running Time: 10:55 

NGSS: HS-LS4-1 

Vocabulary: comparative anatomy, homology, xenotransplantation 

Topics Covered 

  • Dissection of a fetal pig 
  • Types of biological evidence

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills 

  1. C (BT1—knowledge) 
  2. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  3. A (BT6—evaluation) 
  4. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  5. A (BT4—analysis)

RELATED STEM CAREERS : Anatomy Teacher, Surgeon, Pathologist, Lab Researcher

Science Standards: 

NGSS: HS-LS2-3, HS-LS4-1; TEKS: 112.34(c.3.D), 112.34(c.4.B), 112.34(c.6.A), 112.34(c.6.B), 112.34(c.7.A), 112.34(c.7.C),  112.34(c.7.E),112.34(c.8.B), 112.34(c.9.A), 112.34(c.9.B), 112.34(c.9.C), 112.35(c.10.A), 112.38(c.5.D), 112.38(c.7.A), 112.37(c.6.C),  112.37(c.6.D), 112.37(c.6.E); CPALMS: SC.912.L.14.2, SC.912.L.14.14, SC.912.L.15.1, SC.912.L.15.4, SC.912.L.15.7, SC.912.L.15.15,  SC.912.L.16.4, SC.912.L.16.9, SC.912.L.18.7, SC.912.L.18.8, SC.912.L.18.9, SC.912..10.1

Welcome to VictoryXR!

Want more information about our products or have a specific question for us?

All questions can be asked by filling out a simple form.

*Common questions include: information about how to purchase products, partnership opportunities, and media inquiries.

You can reach us by clicking the button below.