Ch 5: NMTA Phys Ed: The Skeletal System

About This Chapter

Review the components of the skeletal system before tackling related questions during the NMTA Physical Education examination for certification to teach physical education courses in New Mexico. Through its brief animated video lessons, transcripts and handy quizzes, this chapter can help you to get ready for the exam.

NMTA Phys Ed: The Skeletal System - Chapter Summary

Absorb information about the muscles and fibers of the human skeletal system when you watch each of this chapter's informative video lessons. They'll explain the purpose of the skeletal system and outline the various characteristics of the body's framework. Refresh your knowledge of the axial and appendicular skeletal system, and discover the organizational patterns of skeletal muscles before you sit for the NMTA Physical Education examination. Study these lessons and improve your ability to:

  • List terms that are associated with the skeletal system
  • Describe different types of muscle fibers
  • Identify the connective tissue layers of the body

As an aspiring physical education professional, you'll want to know as much as possible about the skeletal system as you get set to ace the NMTA Physical Education examination. Approach these video lessons as a convenient alternative to classrooms and books. Simply access the lessons online with your laptop, phone or tablet and you'll be able to learn, review and ask questions of the instructors.

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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