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6.6: Collaborative Study Activity

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    Collaborative Study Activity

    This activity is designed for student groups of 2-4.

    1. Identify the following structures on classroom anatomical models and/or unlabeled images/diagrams made available by your instructor. Work with your group to identify each structure and check them off the list once you have identified them.

    ⎕ epidermis

    ⎕ dermis

    ⎕ dermal papilla

    ⎕ papillary layer (dermis)

    ⎕ reticular layer (dermis)

    ⎕ stratum corneum

    ⎕ stratum lucidum

    ⎕ stratum granulosum

    ⎕ stratum spinosum

    ⎕ stratum basale

    ⎕ basement membrane

    ⎕ hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)

    ⎕ thin (hair) skin

    ⎕ thick (hairless) skin

    ⎕ arrector pili muscle

    ⎕ hair shaft

    ⎕ hair root

    ⎕ hair follicle

    ⎕ hair bulb

    ⎕ hair papilla

    ⎕ sebaceous gland

    ⎕ eccrine sweat gland

    ⎕ nail body

    ⎕ free edge

    ⎕ lunula

    ⎕ eponychium

    ⎕ hyponychium

    ⎕ nail bed

    ⎕ nail matrix

    ⎕ lateral nail fold

    2. Test your group members by asking them to name each structure you point to. Check off each when your group can successfully name each. Your group will also test you.

    ⎕ epidermis

    ⎕ dermis

    ⎕ dermal papilla

    ⎕ papillary layer (dermis)

    ⎕ reticular layer (dermis)

    ⎕ stratum corneum

    ⎕ stratum lucidum

    ⎕ stratum granulosum

    ⎕ stratum spinosum

    ⎕ stratum basale

    ⎕ basement membrane

    ⎕ hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)

    ⎕ thin (hair) skin

    ⎕ thick (hairless) skin

    ⎕ arrector pili muscle

    ⎕ hair shaft

    ⎕ hair root

    ⎕ hair follicle

    ⎕ hair bulb

    ⎕ hair papilla

    ⎕ sebaceous gland

    ⎕ eccrine sweat gland

    ⎕ nail body

    ⎕ free edge

    ⎕ lunula

    ⎕ eponychium

    ⎕ hyponychium

    ⎕ nail bed

    ⎕ nail matrix

    ⎕ lateral nail fold

    When you and your group are comfortable identifying all the structures above, request the assistance of your Instructor. They will test you on your use of these terms and initial ONLY when you are successful using these terms. Instructor: _______


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