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Students explore various parts of the heart and blood vessels . They begin with an overview of the components of the cardiovascular system. They see a cross section of an artery and watch how a blood clot develops.
By detailing the percentages of gases in the air we breathe, the lecturer instructs on respiration and the need for oxygen. He also recaps the structure of alveoli in our lungs, and how they interact to allow gas exchange with our blood.
In this human blood: microviewer worksheet, students answer questions about blood, red blood cells, white blood cells, phagocytosis, blood type B, fibrin, sickle cells, and infected blood. Students also draw quick sketches of a human blood slide.
In this blood worksheet, high schoolers complete a crossword puzzle given 24 clues about the components of the blood, the cells of the blood and the immune system with its antigens and antibodies found in the blood.
Although there are vocabulary terms in this PowerPoint that use British spelling, the presentation is attractive and educational. The content flows from the general composition of blood, into the different types of blood cells and their functions. The concluding slide has review questions that you can use to assess student retention.
In this blood worksheet, students complete a concept map of the blood, the components of the blood, the cells of the immune system in the blood, homeostasis and the inflammatory reaction.
When we speak of blood, we are usually talking about several different components that make up blood. Do you know what blood consists of? This informative video explains the three elements of blood as well as the nutrients in plasma. The functions of each part of blood are also thoroughly described. Perfect for young scientists.
Despite slightly older animation, this fascinating video shows the path each red blood cell takes as it carries oxygen throughout the body. From the first pump of the heart pushing red blood cells to the lungs to pick up oxygen to the second pump of the heart pushing the cells out to the body, oxygen is carried and dispersed when the capillaries are oxygen-depleted. Informative and scientific, this video is sure to be a great resource in your biology classroom.
The genetics of blood types are described in this video by a doctor. Four different types of blood are formed by sugars contributed by your parents. Malaria factors into how genes have been passed on as people with type O blood better survived malaria and were therefore able to pass on their genes. This resource could be used in a genetics, biology, or anatomy course.
Did you know that high-speed aviators need to wear a special g-suit in order to keep blood flowing to their brains when experiencing intense acceleration forces? Bill Nye takes a flight in such a situation. After his trip, two facts about the circulatory system are flashed on the screen. That is all there is to this short clip, but it's enough to get the blood pumping in your life science class!
In this blood instructional activity, students review and discuss eighteen key terms associated with blood and circle each one in a word search puzzle.
In this blood worksheet, students identify and discuss thirty-eight key terms associated with blood and circle each key term in a word search puzzle.
In this health worksheet, middle schoolers look up the terms found in the word search based upon the subject of blood and lymphatic system.
Students investigate the implications of blood pressure. They use film canisters and balloons to build models that help them explain how blood pressure works.
Use this video to explain how Diabetes affects insulin production. Processing glucose is the main concept explained in this resource. It gives valuable details about the regular, pre, and post-meal normal levels of blood sugar concentration, and how they are affected over time by the different levels of insulin generated in diabetics.
If Hemoglobin and Red Blood Cells play an important role in your curriculum or have piqued your students' interest, then this video would be an asset for understanding that higher acidity and Carbon Dioxide play an allosteric inhibition role. Although a biology topic, the presentation is not overly complex and can stimulate cross-curricular concepts with chemistry.
In this Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Price worksheet, students locate and circle seventeen key terms associated with this novel.
Students explore the circulatory system. They participate in media activities to explore blood flow and identify the parts of the circulatory sytem. Students create a model of the circulatory system.
High schoolers build a regression model about blood volume. In this building a regression model about blood volume lesson, students make a scatter plot of mass and blood volume. High schoolers find a linear model to fit the data. Students predict the blood volume of a person with a given weight.
Young scholars understand that there is a great difference among Indians. In this Indian identity lesson students discover that there are requirements to be in a tribe. Young scholars write a paper listing the process to become a tribe member. Students will also write about the history of and how blood quantums are used.