These stations give students practice with the key points of each of the following six organ systems: muscular, skeletal, digestive, nervous, circulatory, and respiratory. Below you will find information on why students benefit from stations and how to use the stations in your classroom.
Whenever students get up and move around the room they are more motivated, work harder, and can focus more on the material (especially during long block classes). Stations are a great alternative to worksheets while still accomplishing student practice with content. In addition, you save time and paper by not having to make hundreds of copies of a worksheet.
Here are directions for how you can use these stations in your classroom. Print the questions, cut them out, and post them around the room before class begins. Allow as much space as possible between the stations so students have plenty of room. Also tape up one or two answer sheets. Once class has begun, have a brief review of the human body and the organ systems (muscular, skeletal, digestive, nervous, circulatory, and respiratory). Begin the stations by giving students 25 minutes to work. Check student progress periodically to see if more or less time is needed. While students are working circulate the room and help where needed or have a table where students who need extra help can meet with you. When students are finished go over the answers together, focusing on the stations students had the most difficulty with.
This resource contains the following materials:
-Teacher Information Sheet with directions for implementation
-18 Stations to post around the room
-Blank Station cards so you can write additional questions if needed
-Individual Stations worksheet (for students who prefer to work in their desks or students who cannot handle moving around the room)
-Completed Answer Sheet
These stations can also be purchased at a discount as part of the Organ System Assessment Package
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You might also be interested in these related resources:
--Organ Systems Poster Project
--Organ Systems Exit Ticket Package
--Organ Systems Odd One Out Worksheet
--Organ Job Application Assignment
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