Urinary System - PowerPoint, Lesson, and Lab for human body studies. Students will learn structure and function of the organs of the Urinary system- kidneys, nephron, ureters, bladder, and urethra. They will make the connection between the body's need to eliminate waste from the body to maintain homeostasis within body cells. Students will then use the “Urine Trouble" lab to create a simple working urinary system to demonstrate how the kidneys work as a filter.
This two day long lesson which includes PowerPoint presentation, student notes, “Urine Trouble" lab, and student friendly diagrams for labeling.
These condensed system notes are designed in a straightforward and simplistic manner to allow for elaboration, question and answer period, and extension where desired. Notes are organized and easy to understand. Students listen to lecture, watch the engaging PowerPoint (which includes blue hyperlinks to cool websites, bell work/sponges with animated answers, animated slides that have simple artwork to help solidify difficult concepts), and instead of writing tedious notes, they fill in the blanks of key words for each system. The notes then lead into an engaging lab for the Urinary system.
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