Physiology and Anatomy in Health and Social Care

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Task 1 (L.O-1: 1.1, 1.2 and M1, M2, D2).

(1.1) List all the systems of the human body with their functions and major organs.
(1.2) Identify how body systems interact to ensure proper functioning and growth of the human body.

Deliverables: Learning Outcome 1 (to be met by assessment requirements 1.1 and 1.2)

Merit criterion:
To achieve M1 you need to research in depth on one major organ in any 3 functional systems.
To achieve M2 you will have to mention appropriate references and valid academic sources for gaining information.

Distinction Criteria:
To achieve D2 you will have to explain any 2 examples of Feedback regulation in detail.

Task 2 (L.O-2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and M2, M3, D1).

A 25 year old individual is working full time as a volunteer in a charity organization. His daily job is to distribute leaflets door to door and take part in charity events. He is now preparing for a marathon run organized by his charity foundation which will be held in 6 months’ time.

(2.1) Explain how his body responds to his physical activities (particularly in relation to musculo-skeletal system, cardiovascular system and respiratory system).
(2.2) Discuss how body responses are explained by cellular and tissue structure and physiology.
(2.3)Further, identify how his body will coordinate its internal activities.

Deliverables: Learning Outcome 2 (to be met through assessment requirements 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3)

Merit criterion:
To achieve M2 you will have to mention appropriate references and valid academic sources for gaining information.
To achieve M3 you have to identify and analyze the effects of physical activity on special anatomical features of the body in relation to Musculo-Skeletal system.

Distinction Criteria:
To achieve D1 you have to explain in detail the physiological adaptation to exercise…...

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