- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 164
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryFind creative ways that you can present anatomy and physiology topics to your students using the lesson plans outlined in this course. These lesson plans give you step-by-step instructions for classroom activities, games and projects you can use to engage your students at any grade level.
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About This Course
This course details activities and games such as building models, playing Bingo, conducting experiments and other fun things your students can do as a class, in small groups or in pairs. These games and activities allow for a creative way that your students can apply and better understand concepts about various human body systems.
This chapter also includes video and text lessons about the human body and viral and bacterial diseases that you can incorporate into your daily lessons. These supplemental resources can elicit discussions that explore topics beyond your traditional classroom materials. Each lesson also contains a brief assessment quiz to help you determine what students have learned and what areas they might need to further review.
How It Works
These lessons and lesson plans can support your class syllabus and provide alternative ways you can teach your students about anatomy and physiology. Lesson plans detail materials you will need and how you can work these activities into your classroom time. Video and text lessons can be accessed on any device at any time, so you can use them whenever it's convenient for you.
The course includes:
- Extensive lesson plans that provide fun game rules and suggested activities that engage your students, encourage class participation and clarify information about anatomy and physiology in an entertaining way.
- Easily accessible video lessons that your students can use as study aids or supplemental classroom material.
- Printable video lesson transcripts and text lessons that can be used to help prepare your students for exams or to generate classroom discussions.
- Quizzes in each lesson that allow students to demonstrate the level of their understanding and in which subjects they might need continued study.
How It Helps
- Meets curriculum standards: - Ensures your lessons meet common core education standards for anatomy and physiology topics.
- Outlines engaging activities: Outlines fun activities you can use to keep students interested and facilitate their learning experience.
- Uses supportive learning materials: Allows for the use of video and text lessons that expand on classroom materials and help students delve deeper into studies about human body systems and diseases.
In this course, you will find lesson plans that focus on the following:
- Respiratory and circulatory systems
- The nervous systems and senses
- Structures of the digestive and skeletal systems
- Parts of the human body
- The human development process
- Specific bacterial and viral diseases
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