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  141.   It's All in the Blood
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students explore the way metaphors can be used to help explain complex body systems; they then use metaphors to create drawings or skits showing the varied functions of blood in the body. Author(s): Catherine Hutchings, The New York Times Learning Network Suggested Time Allowance: 1-2 class periods Activities / Procedures: 1. WARM-UP/DO-NOW: Have students participate in a "Think, Pair, Share" activity using two...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  142.   Alcohol and Its Impact on the Brain
...3.5% of twelfth graders admitted to drinking alcohol in the past 30 days. Previous lessons have focused on the short- and long-term effects that alcohol has on the mind and body; how risky behavior that can result from drinking can affect-and harm-other people; and how alcohol affects the digestive system, the central nervous system, the circulatory system, and the endocrine system. This lesson hones in on the impact alcohol has on the brain and the central nervous system, what behaviors result from alcohol use and abuse, and what alcoholism is and the changes in the brain that occur to result in this condition. In the Motivation,...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  143.   The Magic School Bus Inside the Human Body Lesson Plan
...Inside the Human Body Lesson Plan By - Carolin Pezeshki Primary Subject - Science Secondary Subjects - Language Arts, Computers / Internet Grade Level - 5th grade Content: Using The Magic School Bus Inside the Human Body, students will study how food travels through the human body, discuss the body systems, and generate a concept map to show how the human body systems are connected. The concept map will be generated using the Inspiration software. Benchmarks/Objectives: 3-5.RI.2. Use digital tools to find, organize, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information. S.RS.05.15 Demonstrate scientific concepts through various illustrati...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  144.   Monitoring Your Heart Rate
...nsions (For Gifted Students): Students will be given the task to monitor a family member's heart rate along with their own and record findings. Possible Connections To Other Subjects: Math - graphing, calculating Biology - understanding of the systolic and diastolic components of the heart, and the circulatory system of the blood Health - understanding the relationship of the heart and exerciseE-Mail Celinda Tanguma!
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    Grade Level: K-12

  145.   Surviving in a Closed Environment: Life Beyond Earth
...ems, analyze and interpret data and predict outcomes. The material presented is intended to provoke discussion and lead to the formulation of interesting questions like, ?Is Earth the only suitable home for humans?? Specific Expectations Students will: 1. demonstrate an understanding of a closed ecosystem, including cycling; 2. investigate factors which limit the exploration of space by humans; and 3. evaluate the contributions of the International Space Station research to our understanding of biological systems. Concepts that could be explored include: microgravity, free fall, orbits, radiation, open and closed ecological system...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  146.   Not Just A Bag of Air
Not Just A Bag of Air (Grade 5) Master Teacher Garrison Hall Time Allotment 45 minutes Overview This lesson explores the human respiratory system. After a discussion of its parts and functions, students will gain further insight by watching an animated video, visiting different Web sites, and constructing their own model of a respiratory system. Subject Matter Science and Health Learning Objectives Students will be able to: Label the parts of the respiratory system; Distin...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  147.   Body and Blood
Body and Blood (Grade 7) Master Teacher Nancy T. Vickers Time Allotment Two 40-minutes classes Overview The human body is a complex anatomical system. During aerobic activity the cardiovascular system supplies oxygen to working muscles and carries the waste product, carbon dioxide, away. The video will provide a visual image of the heart pumping an oxygen-enriched blood supply through arteries to the muscles in use during exercise. Students will participate in activities (e.g....
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    Grade Level: K-12

  148.   Carousel Brainstorm
...eep having students brainstorm, write, and pass until each group has had a chance to add ideas to each of the subtopic sheets. Let them pass it the final time to the group who had each sheet first. The first time I saw this strategy used was actually in an 8th grade science class. The topic was the Circulatory System, and students had read the textbook chapter on it the night before. The teacher began the day with Carousel Brainstorming. The individual chart paper sheets were labeled with subtopics relevant to the Circulatory System: Heart, Lungs, Capillaries, Arteries, Veins, Exchange of Gases, and so on. Isn't This Like "Graffit...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  149.   Author: Norm Middleton - Systems of the Body
LEOs Title: Author: Norm Middleton - Systems of the Body Unit: Peer Reviewed by: Dutchess County BOCES Topic: PowerPoint Presentation on Body Systems Standard Level: Intermediate Grade: Grade 5 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Peggy Schlueter Connected Rubric: Learning Context: Standard 4: Students will read, write, listen,...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  150.   Heart to Heart
...t for easier student access): Lifestyle Characteristics: -What is the patient's income? -What is the patient's education? -What is the patient's occupation? -How much leisure time was available to the patient? -How did the patient spend his/her leisure time? -What is the patient's family or support system? -How would you describe the patient's mental/emotional wellbeing? -What is the patient's social class? Health Characteristics: -How much time elapsed between the onset of the first pain symptoms and the patient's arrival at the hospital? -What hospital choices was the patient offered? -What types of health procedures were perfor...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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