Endocrine Glands Teacher Resources
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Seventh graders listen to a poem about how a teen feels not understanding what is happening inside his body. In this health lesson plan, 7th graders label the endocrine glands and put sex characteristic cards in the order they think they occur. Students then watch a video and write any questions they may have so that there can be a discussion after.
In this endocrine glands quiz worksheet, students complete an on-line game, clicking on questions and matching answer cards and scoring 1 point per correct answer. Printable version available also.
Students describe the functions of nervous and endocrine systems. In this biology lesson, students test their visual acuity. They explain the importance of hormone produced by endocrine glands.
In this endocrine system worksheet, students review the 5 functions of hormones and name the hormones that perform the functions given. This worksheet has 1 graphic organizer and 4 short answer questions.
In this endocrine system worksheet, students review the structures and functions of the parts that make up the endocrine system. This worksheet has 7 fill in the blank and 6 matching questions.
In this endocrine system instructional activity, students compare and contrast the glands associated with this body system plus review the four major classes of hormones. This instructional activity has 25 fill in the blank statements.
In this biology worksheet, students review the functions of the endocrine system and focus upon fourteen distinct parts of the activity.
What's the difference between the digestive system and the endocrine system? Explore 12 body systems in this anatomy matching worksheet, for which learners find descriptions corresponding to anatomical terminology. Some of the definitions re incredibly simple, and others are more complex. Consider breaking these up and having pairs of students create posters depicting one of the systems to display around the room!
The endocrine system is unique in that hormones are secreted directly into the bloodstream. Listen as the path of hormones is detailed and the parts of the entire system are discussed. Show your anatomy and biology scholars this video with its microscopic view of the capillaries. The video does end abruptly, but nonetheless provides a sufficient introduction.
Students listen with closed eyes to a story that starts in a relaxed tone and ends in a scream. They list the body reactions they experience: fast heart rate, shaking, etc. and hypothesize the reason for the reactions. They explore the endocrine system.
In this endocrine system worksheet, students study and read in a room with the thermostat listening for the furnace sound. They place a thermometer beside the thermostat and observe its reading. Students also record the time and temperatures when the furnace went on.
In this biology worksheet, students find the words that are related to the endocrine system and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
Eighth graders explore how different body systems work together. In this life science lesson plan, 8th graders research the organs involved and functions of a body system they chose. They share their findings with the class.
Students examine how hormones affect different tissues. In groups, they make their own hormone-receptor model and identify the characteristics of tissues that respond to the different hormones. To end the lesson, they examine the role that leptin plays in one's appetite.
High schoolers clarify common misconceptions about cells. They assess initial knowledge of cells and cell behavior, read and discuss an article and consider the role of cell communication in the diseases of diabetes, multiple sclerosis and drug addiction.
For this unit conversions worksheet, students calculate and convert measurements from one unit to another. They complete 109 short answer and problem solving questions involving unit conversions.
In this biology worksheet, students complete 134 multiple choice and short answer questions in preparation for the biology final exam.
A series of diagrams and photographs is a vivid tool for delivering a lesson about blood vessels. Each slide has notes for the lecturer to use to explain each slide. Your young biologists will increase their understanding of the structure and function of arteries, veins, and capillaries. The final slide provides a comparison chart for them to copy and complete as a review of the information absorbed.
Students extend their knowledge of the endocrine system through in depth examination utilizing the technology of video. They play a game where they have to identify a variety of glands once they're given clues.