Lymphatic System Teacher Resources
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Begin to show the workings of the lymphatic system with this video. Right when the narrator gets to the lymph nodes though, the video unfortunately cuts off mid-sentence. Use the video to show the connection between the lymphatic system and the circulatory system, and finish up discussing the roles of the lymph nodes with a lecture.
In this lymphatic system worksheet, students describe whether they think that the lymphatic system is well-adapted to carrying material through the body in comparison to the circulatory system. Then they design a lymphatic system for an imaginary species of the future.
In this lymphatic system worksheet, students label the drawing of the lymphatic system including the lymph nodes, thymus, tonsil, and spleen. Then they name the three main functions of the lymphatic system.
Fourteen short-answer questions comprise this worksheet about the lymphatic system. It covers immunity, inflammation, and allergies. This worksheet is designed as a reading guide, but the questions are applicable to any unit on the immune system when covering human body systems.
In this circulatory and respiratory system, students answer questions that describe the circulatory, respiratory, and lymphatic system and their functions. Students also fill in the blank about disorders of the given systems.
Excellent diagrams, labels and summaries make this resource be valuable to your students throughout the topic of circulation. All types of circulation vessels are explained, their structure and function is detailed, and the overall system control mechanisms listed.
Defense mechanisms, the lymphatic system, antibodies, and allergy are all topics addressed in this immunity worksheet. Although designed as a chapter review for a specific text, it can be used as a unit review for any class in which you teach human body systems.
In this infectious disease defense activity, high schoolers will review the immune system including acquired, antibody, and cellular immunity. Students will then compare passive and active immunity to infectious diseases. This activity has 14 true or false, 4 multiple choice, 6 fill in the blank, 6 matching, and 3 short answer questions.
In this biology worksheet, students identify and locate various vocabulary terms related to biology. There are 41 words located in the puzzle.
In this human body worksheet, learners will review the characteristics of the body systems: skeletal, circulatory, muscular, digestive, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, lymphatic, and respiratory systems. This worksheet has 12 fill in the blank and 9 short answer questions.
Activate the immune system in the brains of your biologists! This worksheet calls upon learners to explain the structure, function, and problems associated with the immune system. This worksheet is helpful for the advanced placement biology level.
Two teachers point out the parts of the lymphatic system using a model of "Lymph Man." The lymph nodes and vessels are clearly indicated. However, the video is a bit shaky.
Eighth graders explore how different body systems work together. In this life science lesson, 8th graders research the organs involved and functions of a body system they chose. They share their findings with the class.
A slideshow that covers the all-important details related to basic human circulation. The reasoning for exchange of material methods is presented and then labeled diagrams of the main human transfer systems are shown, along with statements and related facts to increase understanding. The logical and clear presentation will be very useful for your pupils and the PowerPoint can be printed to allow them to fill in the gaps and complete definitions where needed.
Fifth graders inspect the basic functions of the immune system and determine how viruses and bacteria invade the immune system. They also explore what happens to the immune system in outer space.
In this autoregulation and capillary dynamics worksheet, students read through notes, label 3 diagrams, complete 5 equations and 45 short answer review questions.
Students analyze how the digestive system works by taking the food we eat and breaking it down for our bodies to use for various reasons. They list the major components of the digestive system and draw a diagram. They explain how astronauts have challenges when it comes to eating in space.
Students examine the roles of the immune system in keeping the body healthy. They see how engineers contribute to this process by creating antibiotics, and vaccinations. They discuss how an astronauts' immune system may be suppressed during a space flight. They complete an activity in which they design a thermometer and complete a temperature conversion chart.
Here is a lesson which describes a lab activity in which a rat is dissected, and its heart is studied. The lesson has ample background information about three of the rats internal systems, and excellent lab sheets that support the dissection itself. Perfect for any biology teacher who is looking for a good animal dissection lesson for his or her middle schoolers.
Students hone in on their skills at reading diagrams. In this dimensional activity students collect information on the functions of organs then figure out how all the parts work together.