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Ch 8: NES Phys Ed: The Digestive System

About This Chapter

Use these lessons to review facts about the structure of the human digestive system and how it functions. Our videos, texts and quizzes will help you tackle these types of questions on the NES Physcial Education exam.

NES Phys Ed: The Digestive System - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter of our study guide offer a review of the human digestive system, including its parts, operation and common problems. These short videos and texts cover the following topics to help you on the NES Physical Education test:

  • Common problems of the digestive system
  • How the upper gastrointestinal tract functions
  • Description of the lower gastrointestinal tract and its operation
  • The physiological processes of the digestive system

You can watch these lessons anytime on a computer or mobile device. Short quizzes let you assess your retention. Read along with the instructor through a text transcript with key terms and concepts in bold type. The personalized Dashboard lets you track your study, and you can use the links in the Timeline to click back to spots in the lessons you need to review.

NES Phys Ed: The Digestive System Chapter Objectives

The NES Physical Education exam consists entirely of multiple-choice questions, like the lesson quizzes in our study guide. These quizzes let you get experience taking a test in a format similar to the one you'll encounter on the NES exam. The exam is divided into four content domains, each accounting for 25% of the test's total score. Questions on the digestive system are in the Growth and Motor Development content domain.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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