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FindtheFiction…
• Write down ONE TRUE statement that you have learnt from
today’s lesson and TWO FALSE statements from tod...
WhoamIand
whatdidIdo?
You will have Time to ask me
questions.
You need to discover who I am,
what I did in as much detail ...
Task
• Read through the Harvey Hand-out and answer the 10
questions. Complete in full sentences where appropriate.
• Once ...
Question…
Explain why Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in
the seventeenth century had such a limited imp...
Question…
Explain why Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in
the seventeenth century had such a limited imp...
ExplainwhyVesalius’publicationofFabricoftheHumanBodyinthesixteenthcentury
hadsuchalimitedimpactonmedicaltreatmentatthetime...
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1005 Harvey PPT

  1. 1. FindtheFiction… • Write down ONE TRUE statement that you have learnt from today’s lesson and TWO FALSE statements from todays lesson. You are now going to play Find that Fiction – You need to read your three statements to a classmate – Give them time to answer which one they think is True. Prompt them if they struggle. Good learners – Will ask 2 people their questions. Great learners – Will ask 4 people their question. Exceptional learners – Will ask 6 people! Don’t be
  2. 2. WhoamIand whatdidIdo? You will have Time to ask me questions. You need to discover who I am, what I did in as much detail as you can. You must each ask me at least ONE questions. Take notes on who I am !
  3. 3. Task • Read through the Harvey Hand-out and answer the 10 questions. Complete in full sentences where appropriate. • Once you have finished – Summarise the work of Harvey in less than 50 words. • If you finish that, answer the following – How significant was Harvey in your opinion – Can you work out below?
  4. 4. Question… Explain why Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in the seventeenth century had such a limited impact on medical treatment at the time. 4-6 Marks 7-9 Marks Relevant details are offered but the link to the question is left implicit. Analysis, placing the discovery in the context of medical knowledge and treatment at the time or explaining the factors which inhibited change. Description of the details discovered by Harvey; general comments about reluctance to accept new ideas. Since understanding of disease was based on faulty theories, Harvey’s improved understanding of physiology had little relevance to treatment; Answer about inhibiting factors, eg reluctance to accept new ideas,
  5. 5. Question… Explain why Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in the seventeenth century had such a limited impact on medical treatment at the time. Introduce who Harvey was. Describe Harvey’s work? Were there any problems with his work? Have you explained your decision? Conclude – Summarise your work. Link it to the Question – How does this show limited impact
  6. 6. ExplainwhyVesalius’publicationofFabricoftheHumanBodyinthesixteenthcentury hadsuchalimitedimpactonmedicaltreatmentatthetime. The work of Vesalius included the drawing of anatomically correct images of muscles, nerves, organs and the skeleton of the human body, published in his work On the Fabric of the Human Body. His work was based on the dissection of HUMAN corpses. In the sixteenth century these proved to be controversial conclusions, as it went against the theories proposed by Galen and Hippocrates. Theories that had dominated the medical world for the previous 1,500 years, this limited the impact of his Vesalius’ discoveries. Therefore, it was the reluctance of doctors to accept his theories that limited the impact of Vesalius’ work due to the widespread adoption of Galen’s work. While the renaissance saw many old ideas challenged, there was little development in understanding of disease and causes itself. In the long term he had a significant impact on the History of Medicine as he began to challenge the accepted theories of Galen. In addition, his work was used for medical training in the Renaissance period. D – Describe what the work of Vesalius was… Ex – Explain why this would make him significant … An – Analyse reasons why he was not significant … (BALANCE) L – Link to the Question – why does this prove he had a limited impact? C – Conclude – Quickly summarise your argument. This is your Analysis. This is your Description. This is your Explanation. LINK back to the question. Conclude – summarise
  7. 7. Askyourpartner? Write down three things that your partner has learnt in today’s lesson. Ie. David has learnt the following. 1. 2. 3.

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