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Get a sneak peek of what's inside our printable book "Human Biology (Grades 6-10)," with this slideshow. You'll find activities and experiments to help students learn about genes and DNA, bones and muscles, nutrition, blood types, and more. This slideshow is just a sampling of all you can find in the printable book!
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Students design an experiment to demonstrate respiration in the Elodea plant. Assesses students' understanding of respiration and photosynthesis, and their products. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students determine whether two mutations in fruit flies are caused by dominant alleles or recessive alleles. Assesses students' understanding of the inheritance of dominant and recessive alleles, Punnett squares, and probability. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students use blood type to determine which of two babies belongs to each of two sets of parents. Assesses students' understanding of ABO blood types, and the use of Punnett squares to trace the inheritance of genes. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students predict what happens to three groups of a species that become separated and face different conditions. Assesses students' understanding of adaptation, natural selection, and evolution. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create a poster of an illness-wellness continuum. Assesses students' understanding of concepts relating to physical, mental, and social health. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create a poster describing how the respiratory and excretory systems of the body eliminate wastes. Assesses students' understanding of the organization, structures, and functions of the respiratory and excretory systems. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students make a model of the body's immune response using the materials given. Tests their understanding of the immune response, pathogens, and antibodies. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
If you enjoyed this slideshow, you'll love what's in the entire printable book! There are many more experiments and activities to help students understand human biology. The book is only available to subscribers, so to see more sign up for a free-trial membership today!
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