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  141.   The Joy of the Body
...isted, you could make up your own story using the ideas above. Have one of the children stand in front of the group as a visual aid. A picture of the body's insides from an encyclopedia or other book would help. Many encyclopedias have body pictures complete with acetate overlays of muscles, bones, circulatory systems, etc. The children will find this interesting now and even more interesting later in this unit. 5 min. Rest activity - to get the wiggles out. Say the following action poem and lead the children in the actions indicated by the words. Explain that "freeze" means 10 min. -20- B-Mod. #1) "hold still and stiff." Clap...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  142.   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

  143.   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

  144.   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

  145.   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

  146.   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

  147.   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

  148.   Digestive System - Make a Model by Measuring
Digestive System - Make a Model by Measuring Author Elizabeth H Category Lesson Plans, Science, Biology, Digestive System Lesson Plan Duration 2 hour(s) Grade Level 3-5,6-8 Lesson Plan Description Students will be making models of their own digestive systems by measuring and cutting yarn to represent the lengths of different parts of the system,...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  149.   Systems of the Body
Multimedia Lesson Plan Project-based Learning Goals Learning Context Extension Activities Objectives Collaboration Real World Connection WI Model Information and Technology Standards Step-by-step Sequence/Timeline multimedia/technology WI Model Academic Standards Assessment + + Lesson Plan Title: Systems of the Body Grade(s): 3 Author/Developers: Linda Nicastro, Lori Parker, Sue Partlow, and Lori Vetterkind Goals: Students will create a display showing their knowledge of one of the systems of the body. Students will create a demonstration using various forms of technology to present their project. Objectives: Students will gathe...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  150.   River of Life
RIVER OF LIFE Grades 6 - 8 Pulsing through our veins, blood is a river of life. The study of the circulatory system and the components of blood is an exciting section of biology. For complete comprehension, students have to explore the composition and function of blood through a variety of media and hands-on experiences. This lesson continuously changes the stimulus presented from discussion to video to hands-on to text and analysi...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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