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The Human Body

The Human Body

Author: Jordan Robinson

Students will watch videos and go through tutorials to gain an understanding of the skeletal system. They will learn the bones that make up the skeleton, where they are, and how the skeletal system is crucial for the human body. 

This is the standard that goes along with this lesson:

3.L.1 Understand human body systems and how they are essential for life: protection, movement and support. 


Students will go through the videos and tutorials to understand the skeletal system. They will learn the different bones, where they are located, and why the skeletal system is crucial for the human body. In the glog, students will follow the arrows to navigate through the lesson. They will be required to take notes as they go through videos and tutorials. The notes will be for their own benefit, and will help them gain a better understanding of the material they are learning. At the end of the glog, students are required to write down 5 facts that they found interesting, or new. Students can use the notes that they took, to help them write down 5 things. They will have to share 1 of their 5 facts with students when the class meets. 


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The Skeletal System

Hello Class! In this lesson, you are going to learn about the human skeletal system.

In the glog that I created, you will:

-Take notes through out your activities

-Watch videos

-Work through tutorials

-Read information and fun facts

-Reflect and record 5 facts at the end. You will share 1 of your 5 facts with the class when we meet. 

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Human Skeleton

Here is a labeled model of a human skeleton. Use this to help you learn the names of the bones, and where to find them on a skeleton.