This editable Muscular System Power Point
presentation, with over 75 slides, is designed for a high school or introductory college level anatomy and physiology course. It conveys essential vocabulary of the muscular system along with high quality photographs and illustrations that will interest and engage students. The presentation is intended as a supplement to any A & P textbook or it can be used alone. Additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions are included and can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode.
This presentation focuses on general muscle anatomy and physiology. For specific muscle anatomy, please see my Skeletal Muscle Anatomy PowerPoint
, which includes the function, origin and insertion of 50 muscles. Or, get both and save money when you buy the BUNDLE: Muscular System PowerPoint Bundle
While most students at this level are capable of taking their own lecture notes independently, I have also included an editable notes outline for students as well as an answer key for teachers.
This product includes 4 files:
2. Muscular System PowerPoint presentation which includes additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions that can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode.
3. Student Notes Outline, ready to print
4. Teacher Notes Answer Key
Muscular System Outline:
I. Introduction to the Muscular System
II. Anatomy of the Muscular System
III. Physiology of the Muscular System
IV. Developmental Aspects
V. Diseases and Conditions
Some of the vocabulary and topics included in this lesson:
sliding filament theory
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