This is an interactive digital research and labeling activity where students are given resources to review or learn about the parts of the male and female reproductive systems. They are then asked to label the parts of the diagrams, so that they become familiar with the parts and the correct terminology for these body parts.
This works well as an introductory activity, to get over the fear of learning about these topics. It can also be used as an assessment at the end of the unit.
Google Drive is great, but it is not the only educational tool. Included are directions so that you can move your Google Drive teaching lessons over to the top education apps: Microsoft OneDrive, Schoology, Notability, Nearpod, Canvas, Edmodo, Blackboard, PicCollage, Padlet, Evernote, Seesaw.
Why use digital?
- Save time - no printing and cutting
- Colorful and engaging to students
- Lots of options: Can be used instantly on the board, or on devices
- Use technology
- Access Anywhere
It can be done as a station, an individual lesson, or a whole class activity. Great reinforcement or closure, or even introduction to mitosis and meiosis, depending on the level of your lesson and your students. Kids find it very engaging!
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