Physiology of Aerobics Teacher Resources
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Students mode the transport of blood through the circulatory system with a water relay. In this circulation lesson plan, students measure amounts of water and transfer them from one container to another. They use this activity to model the movement of blood through the circulatory system.
Eighth graders discuss the benefits of exercise before writing a persuasive essay describing a variety of physical activities. They research information about fitness and exercise using a variety of web sites and print resources.
Learners learn about and discuss the topic of rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. They participate in a panel discussion including adults to gather as much information as possible for students to form their own opinions.
Separate your science class into small groups and assign each a specific deep-sea organism to research. The class will learn about all of the organisms as each group presents their assigned animal. Following their presentations, you can connect the different organisms into a food web. The lesson itself is simple, yet many resources are provided so that you can explore the topic of deep-sea communities in more depth!
Pupils interpret the Earth's history from models. In this investigative instructional activity students create sedimentary deposit models.
Young scholars study benthic communities in the Gulf of Mexico and explain their roles. In this investigative activity students participate in a group activity and study how to calculate and index of biological communities.
Students study the biology and morphology of Lophelia corals. In this investigative lesson students explain how the coral contributes to communities, and create a poster.
Students describe features of cold seep communities and investigate five organisms that live there. In this biological organisms lesson students research a given species and give an oral presentation on their results.
Students examine how oceanographers use chemical and physical parameters of seawater to locate hydrothermal vents. In this ocean lesson students complete an activity and worksheets.
Young scholars examine the causes of electrical currents in the ocean and how they affect corals. In this coral lesson plan students young scholars predict which metal will deteriorate when placed in a salt solution.
Young scholars study GPS and see how it is used to determine points on the Earths surface. In this expedition lesson students use GPS to find given coordinates.
Students study the organisms that are found in cold seeps and see how they interact with each-other. In this biological organism instructional activity students describe the major features of cold seeps and the process of chemosynthesis.
Students describe features of cold seep communities and list organisms that can be found in these communities. In this exploratory activity students complete an activity and describe the process of chemosynthesis.
Students are introduced to the anatomy of the human body. Using the different systems of the body, they look at how different artists made a picture out of paper. Individually, they make a cut out of various internal organs or bones. To end the lesson, they share their creation and discuss its purpose.
Students study the basic disease concept of alcoholism. The determine that alcoholism is progressive and explore the levels of progression. They name the three factors contributing to the cause of alcoholism and explain each one with examples.
Students make healthy choices. In this healthy living mini-unit, students make healthy lifestyle choices through hands-on activities, songs and movement. This mini-unit includes lessons on the food pyramid, fruits, vegetable, and staying active.
Young scholars are introduced to cursive handwriting as a symbolic language system. In this cursive handwriting instructional activity, students apply the Peterson sequence approach and practice gross motor patterning and action word rhythm. Young scholars then identify what legibility means in cursive writing while they practice hand positioning skills.
Students design a website for a health club which should contain linked pages that show the information gathered and decisions made on various associated projects throughout the year.
In this science worksheet, students study 45 very difficult words pertaining to bacteriology. Students locate the words in a word search puzzle. This is suitable for adults or advanced science students who are familiar with the subject.
Learners observe the process of transpiration, and determine the rate of transpiration for one plant branch. They collect and record their data, and use their data to answer questions about transpiration.