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- Kristina C., Special Education Teacher
- Covina, CA
Medical Science Teacher Resources
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This lesson focuses on unit conversion, proportions, ratios, exponents, and the metric system. Discuss measurement with your math class and demonstrate how to solve several health-science word problems. Give learners a chance to visit an interactive website to practice identifying metric measurements and give them conversion problems to solve on a worksheet.
In this antibodies worksheet, students use model diagrams of antigens, antibodies and blood cells to develop a visual understanding of the immune system. They draw diagrams of antibodies and antigens attached to each other and answer three questions about them. They draw a diagram of agglutination and answer five more questions related to the binding of antibodies to antigens.
Tenth graders explore the different health risks associated with human papillomavirus. In this health science activity, 10th graders identify different ways to prevent viral and bacterial infection. They research and develop an awareness workshop for their friends and families.
Students research a specific job. In this instructional activity about jobs in the Health Sciences area, students learn about jobs. Students utilize the book "Paws in Jobland" to explore Health Sciences jobs. Students answer ten questions from a worksheet which is provided. Students gain research and technology skills.
Students are tested on their knowledge of some basic historical facts regarding medical science and hygiene. They take a Pop Quiz and then as a class discuss the answers given by having them explain why they chose their answers. Students develop a time line using the information from the pop quiz and interpret what the impact of events would have on their life in a paragraph.
Pupils read articles introducing them to the scientific benefits of the horseshoe crab and brainstorm the challenges and benefits of harvesting them from the ocean. They conduct Internet research (links provided), and have a class discussion. Finally, they pretend they are scientists who are going to harvest the species for medical purposes. As scientists, they prepare a written plan explaining the reasons they must harvest the horseshoe crab.
In this blood type worksheet, students create a wheel showing blood type, antigens and the genes involved in coding for each blood type. Students use the wheel to answer 16 questions about blood type and they complete a chart with the genes, antigens and blood types using what they learned from the wheel.
ï»¿In this World Population Day worksheet, students complete activities such as reading a passage, phrase matching, fill in the blanks, correct words, multiple choice, spelling sequencing, scrambled sentences, asking questions, take a survey, and writing. Students complete 12 activities for World Population Day.
Students record observations and create drawings and models of anatomy using their five senses. They describe the structures of a neuron and analyze each of their functions. They compare and contrast the typical structural features of a general somatic cell to that of the specialized structures of the neuron.
Not everyone has the exact same health needs- but what are the influencial factors? This activity breaks down nutritional requirements (RDA) through 4 different scenarios depicting different adolescents. Students answer questions about nutritional needs based on activity, gender, tastes, and age. Question 1 in Scenario 2 has a misspelling. Consider jigsawing the four scenarios with four groups, and conducting an act-it-out with an interview of the character!