Anatomy Notes for Muscles: Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module

Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Anatomy Notes for Muscles:  Star's Notes Muscle & Movememt Module
Product Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

5 MB|94 pages
Share
Product Description
I. Rules that skeletal muscles ‘live’ by! pg. 4-17
(Spaghetti muscle activity)

II. Identification of Muscle Movement and Location pg. 18-30
(Flexors vs. Extensors)

III. Identification of Muscles (there is an easier way!) pg. 30-56
(Muscle groups, diagrams, & flashcards)

IV. Muscle Contraction pg. 57-73
(spaghetti for sarcomeres!)

V. The Nerve Connections to Muscles and Motor Units pg. 74-78

VI. Muscle Twitch and Strength of Contraction pg. 79-81

VII. ATP and ATP Regeneration pg. 81-92

VIII. Skeletal muscle comparison with cardiac
and smooth muscle pg. 92-94

Preview:

Hand out the bottom diagram on page 14 or have students look at a diagram in the book as they find the following structures on their spaghetti model.

c. The outer wrap of the spaghetti muscle is the CT that sits ‘on top’ of the muscle known as Epimysium. (Epi=sit on top of; myo=muscle)
( #1 on the diagram)

The epimysium is sometimes referred to as fascia.

d. Students slowly unwrap the epimysium off of their spaghetti muscle
and notice the several fascicles, which the students have come to know as a team of muscle fibers. (#2 on the diagram)

Have students notice the wrinkles on the surface of the belly of the spaghetti muscle and the covering of the fascicle. These wrinkles represent the dense irregular CT that wraps the muscle.

e. Around each fascicle, student identify that this dense irregular CT wrap is known as Perimysium. (peri=around)

f. Students slowly unwrap one of the fascicles and pull out one strand of spaghetti. Notice the color of the strand and that the muscle fiber has a thin covering (areolar CT) known as endomysium. (endo=inside)
(#3 on the diagram)
Total Pages
94 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
4 days
Report this Resource
Loading...
$34.97
Digital Download
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
$34.97
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up