Nervous Muscular System

Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
Nervous Muscular System
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This student packet begs student to use modeling and evidence evaluation to discover how the nervous and muscular systems work together.

MS-LS1-3- and MS-LS1-8: Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells. The DCI is: LS1: and the component idea is LS1.A- structure and function. When looking at LS1.A you can notice that it corresponds directly with the standard that each student should have the ability to develop and use models to describe the function of a cell as whole and ways parts of cells contribute to the function (MS-LS1-2). Students will be expected to understand the connection between the nervous and muscular systems and how as a whole they contribute to the functioning of all of the other body systems (excretory, circulatory, digestive and respiratory).

The 5 pieces of evidence you can find on the internet.

Evidence 4: Youtube just search for "Greg Gage" and look for the Electronic Arm.

Evidence 2: Tod Fassler you can Youtube "Snake bite Tod Fassler" and the video will come up.

Evidence 5: you can give just as a script of you can record yourself and someone else and present it to students.
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11 pages
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3 days
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