Mr. Dinnon’s 2nd Period Anatomy and Physiology Class
November 2, 2018
Mr. Michael Dinnon teaches his 2nd period Anatomy and Physiology class in the science wing of Eisenhower. Both his 2nd and 1st period are currently learning about the Skeletal System.
Students of Michael Dinnon's 2nd period Anatomy and Physiology class examine and sort different bones by shape and where in the body they belong.
Mr. Michael Dinnon lectures his Anatomy and Physiology students on the bones of the spine. He demonstrates how the vertebrae in the neck stack, and how the skull rests on top of them all.
Students of Michael Dinnon's Anatomy and Physiology class learn the spine bones of the Skeletal system. The girl stacks two vertebrae, seeing how they fit perfectly together.
Michael Dinnon illustrates the Skeletal system to his 2nd period Anatomy and Physiology class. He is showing his students the bones of the hip, specifically, the sacrum and coccyx.
The students of Michael Dinnon's 2nd period Anatomy and Physiology class take notes on the Skeletal system. For their test at the end of the unit, students have to know all the major bone names, locations, and even markings.