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This download is a GREAT instructional tool for teachers and is a really GREAT price for all that you get in this bundle! The presentations are very thorough and easy to follow. Not only do you get 17 presentations with learning checks included, but each one comes with its own filled-in vocabulary/notes handout for students to use as a study guide (which saves time-no having to take excessive notes in class).
This product contains 17 separate lecture presentations on the human body systems, as well as four other important teen-related health topics: Drugs and Alcohol, Tobacco, STD's Prevention, and Nutrition. The layout of these presentations are similar to a PowerPoint, just without animation, making them real easy to follow.
The digital download presentations on this page were created with the state science standards in mind, hence they include all the necessary material for any student learning about the body systems. But they also contain many other interesting facts related to the subject to help capture the interest of your students.
All presentations include plenty of engaging pictures, diagrams, as well as lesson review questions at the end of them (includes 10-20 plus questions with an answer key). Each presentation has a reflection page at the end of it, for students to share what they have learned on the topic, and what they still want to know about it. Many will also include a homework assignment or some type of in class activity related to the topic.
Each presentation/lesson is around 80-100 slides/pages each-making them great for being used over the course of 4-5 lessons. The Human Body System Quizzes download in my store is meant to go with these lessons.
Made for computer viewing only. Great for viewing on a white screen for all to see.
The 17 presentations in this download include:
• Cardiovascular System
• Immune System
• Digestive System
• Nervous System
• Drugs and Alcohol
• Teens and Tobacco
• Integumentary System
• The Five Senses
• Skeletal System
• Sexually Transmitted Diseases
• Muscular System
• Endocrine System
• Female Reproductive System
• Male Reproductive System
• Excretory System
• Respiratory System
Thank you! I hope you will find these to be helpful in your classroom.