HLTAAP001 Recognise healthy body systems Assessment 1: Student Questions FORMATIVE

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HLTAAP001 Recognise healthy body systems
Assessment 1: Student Questions
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Multiple choice questions PLEASE CLICK AND SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER
1. The auditory nerve is associated with the: ? a. eye ? b. skin ?c. ear ?d. nose
2. The olfactory nerve is associated with: ? a. eye ? b. skin ? c. ear ? d. nose
3. The optic nerve is associated with: ? a. eye ? b. skin ? c. ear ? d. nose
True or false questions PLEASE CLICK AND SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER
4. The skin is covered by nerve endings. ?True ?False
5. Spinal nerves are able to repair themselves after being damaged. ?True ?False
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Assessment 1: Student Questions
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
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1 Match the following words to their definition: Mouth, Stomach, Colon, Caecum, Duodenum, Ileum
Food undergoes chemical and mechanical digestion Click or tap here to enter text.
Externally visible part of the oral canal Click or tap here to enter text.
Extracts salt and water from solid wastes before they are excreted from the body Click or tap here to enter text.
Marks the beginning of the large intestine Click or tap here to enter text.
Located at the junction of the stomach and the small intestine Click or tap here to enter text.
Final portion of the small intestine, leads into the large intestine Click or tap here to enter text.
2 Why do we get sick?
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3 What is osteoporosis and how common is it?
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„ What is colorectal cancer? 4
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5 How would you assess that your client is at risk for eye disease?
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_ Define the following: 6
Cell: Click or tap here to enter text.
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Organ: Click or tap here to enter text.
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Assessment 1: Student Questions
7 List four (4) functions of the integumentary system.
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8 List the medical term for the following bones:
Thigh bone: Click or tap here to enter text. Collar bone: Click or tap here to enter text. Shoulder blade: Click or tap here to enter text.
9 List three (3) functions of the muscular tissue.
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10 List four (4) main types of tissue and their function.
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What are the three (3) main types of blood cells?
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What is ANS? Give three (3) examples of processes this controls. 12
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List two (2) organs that produce hormones and for each give an example of hormone produced. 13
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a. List the two (2) hormones of the female reproductive system and briefly describe their function. 14 b. What effects does aging have on reproductive hormones?
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15 What are four (4) primary tastes detected by tongue?
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Assessment 1: Student Questions
16 Describe the function of the following parts of the ear:
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17 How is the sense of hearing related to maintaining equilibrium?
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18 How the human body translates an odour in the air to a perception of smell?
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19 What are the Basic principles of a healthy diet?
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20 What is lymph? Describe the function of the lymphatic system.
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21 Briefly describe the basic structure and functions of the immune system.
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22 What are the benefits of health promotion and maintenance?
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23 Give five (5) examples of the factors affecting nutrition in the elderly? Explain your answer.
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24 Give two (2) examples of factors that contribute to maintenance of human body.
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25 Why is it important to share information about healthy functioning of the body? How might you share information about healthy functioning of the body to clients?
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26 Give an example of how relationships between two or more different body systems affect and support health functioning? You may use flowcharts or diagrams to present your evaluation.
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27 How does the body maintain homeostasis? Which body systems are involved?
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28 Give three (3) examples of processes, conditions and/or resources required for healthy functioning of the human body.
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29 Briefly outline your understanding of the following aspects of body regulation:
Maintenance of body temperature Click or tap here to enter text.
Fluid and electrolyte (including Ph) balance Click or tap here to enter text.
Elimination of wastes from the body Click or tap here to enter text.
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Assessment 1: Student Questions
Maintenance of blood pressure Click or tap here to enter text.
Protection from infection
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Physical activity – passive and active Click or tap here to enter text.
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In the diagram of the heart below fill in the following terms:
Inferior Vena Cava, Superior Vena Cava, Tricuspid valve, Aorta, Right Ventricle, Mitral Valve, Pulmonary artery, Left atrium, Septum, Left ventricle, Right atrium, Pulmonary veins, Pulmonary valve
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In the diagram of the lungs below fill in the following terms:
TRACHEA (WINDPIPE), CARDIAC NOTCH, DIAPHRAGM, LARYNX, RIGHT SUPERIOR LOBE, LEFT SUPERIOR LOBE, RIGHT inferior lobe, right middle lobe, bronchial tree, left inferior lobe.
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In the Diagram of the spine below fill in the following terms: SACRUM, COCCYX, LUMBAR VERTEBRAE, CERVICAL VERTEBRAE, THORACIC VERTEBRAE, SKULL
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In the diagram of the urinary system below fill in the following terms: BLADDER KIDNEY URETER URETHRA
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