Principles of Anatomy and Physiology Task 4
Pass: Uses information taken from a specialist source to describe the structure and function of the respiratory system and communicates it in own words.
Merit: Uses information found in different formats from at least 2 specialist sources about the structure and function of the respiratory system and communicates it mostly accurately in own words.
Distinction: Uses information appropriately taken from a wide range of specialist sources, in different formats about the structure and function of the respiratory system and accurately communicates it in own words.
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Learners must describe the structures of the respiratory system, to include nasal cavity, epiglottis, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus, bronchioles, lungs (lobes, pleural membrane, thoracic cavity visceral pleura, pleural fluid, and alveoli) diaphragm, intercostal muscles (external and internal).
Learners must describe the functions of the respiratory system, to include gaseous exchange, mechanisms of breathing in relation to inspiration and expiration, lung volumes (tidal volume), vital capacity, residual volume, control of breathing (neural and chemical).
Specialist sources refer to sources of anatomy and physiology information which are credible which could include text/reference books, experts in the field, and research/evidence based.
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