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For 7th grade students to learn about the major organs of the human body

For 7th grade students to learn about the major organs of the human body

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  • Can you live without a heart?
  • Did you realize it was that much blood going through your body?
  • If your food is broken into smaller pieces, why do you feel full?
  • Does anyone know what happens to the liver if you drink too much? Can you repair the damage to your liver?
  • Talk about what nutrients.
  • Explain what waste is on their level of understanding.
  • Allow for discussion

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  • Let’s Learn our Body Parts
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    Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts
    Do you know your body parts?
    We are going to look at how
    Our organs work inside our body.
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    Let’s look deeper
    Inside the body.
    Do you know we have
    Major organs inside our body
    That keep us alive?
  • Some major organs
    Heart
    Kidneys
    Stomach
    Liver & Gallbladder
    Lungs
    Small Intestine
    Colon
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    Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts
    Let’s look at the heart.
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    Let’s look at kidneys
    The Kidneys are located
    near the middle of the back
    just below the rib cage. They
    process about 200 quarts of
    Blood per day and helps clean
    out all of the waste and water.
    This gets converted into urine.
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    Let’s look at the stomach
    The stomach breaks
    down the food into
    smaller pieces and
    aids in digestion. It
    maintains the
    nutrients for the body.
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    Let’s look at the liver and
    gall bladder
    The liver creates a
    yellowish-brown or
    greenish, thick fluid
    named bile. The gall
    bladder collects the bile
    and stores it inside.
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    Let’s look at the lungs
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    Let’s look at the
    small intestines
    The small intestines
    is responsible for
    absorbing most of
    the nutrients from
    your food that you
    eat.
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    Let’s look at the colon
    The colon is that stores
    and eliminates waste, mait-
    tains your water balance,
    snd absorbs vitamins into
    your body.
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    Do You have any questions?
    Let’s think about how we can
    Keep all of these organs healthy.
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    References:
    Colon image retrieved from http://www.colorectal-cancer.ca
    The Human Body image retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/chris_bell/3216478993/
    Heart video retrieved from
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H04d3rJCLCE
    Kidney image retrieved from http://www.lisaneedsakidney.com
    Lungs video retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJM-fDl-Hbo
    Small intestines retrieved from http://www.healthcentral.com
    “What do Kidneys do?, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse, NIH Publication No. 09–3195 February 2009 retrieved from http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/Kudiseases/pubs/yourkidneys/#kidneys
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    References (continued):
    Nancy Neely,“What is the Function of the Stomach”, Ehow, retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_4572246_function-stomach_.html on 17 Nov 2010.
    Sasi Krishna, “Functions of the Liver, Gallbladder and Pancreas”, Ezine articles, retrieved from http://ezinearticles.com/?Functions-Of-The-Liver,-Gallbladder,-And-Pancreas&id=2345741 on 17 Nov 2010
    Christine Lehman, “What is the Function of the Small Intestine?”, Ehow, retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_4570506_function-small-intestine_.html on 17 Nov 2010
    Chandramita Bora, “Colon function”, Buzzle.com, retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com/articles/colon-function.html on 17 Nov 2010