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Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
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Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
Edu 271 power  point keisha walker2
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This presentation is on the muscular and skeletal systems.

This presentation is on the muscular and skeletal systems.

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  • Can you live without a heart?
  • If your food is broken into smaller pieces, why do you feel full?
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    • 1. Let’s Learn our Body Parts<br />
    • 2. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Do you know your body parts?<br />We are going to look the muscles and bones in your body.<br />
    • 3. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />
    • 4. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s look deeper <br />Inside the body.<br />Do you know what is under<br />Your skin?<br />How do you move around?<br />How do you grow taller?<br />
    • 5. The muscular system<br />We have more than 600 muscles in our body. They have many important jobs. They do quite a bit to help you. Some things include pumping blood throughout your body, helping you lift items like your backpack, and running and playing.<br />
    • 6. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s look at the heart. The muscle that makes<br />Up the heart is called cardiac muscle.<br />
    • 7. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s look at the <br />skeletal muscle<br /> The skeletal muscles are some-times called striated muscle. These are called voluntary muscles. You can control what they do. These muscles help to make up the musculoskeletal system. This is a combination of your muscles and your skeleton, or bones.<br />
    • 8. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s look at the stomach<br />That has smooth muscles<br />The smooth muscle is sometimes called involuntary muscles, meaning you don’t have control over it.<br />
    • 9. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s look at the skeleton<br />Do you know we have 206 bones in our body?<br />
    • 10. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Let’s see more about bones<br />
    • 11. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />Do You have any questions?<br />Let’s think about how we can <br />Keep the muscles and bones<br />healthy.<br />
    • 12. 11/15/2010<br />Kesha Walker EDU 271 Body Parts<br />References:<br />Bell, Chris, Flickr, The Human Body image retrieved on 10 Nov 2010 from <http://www.flickr.com/photos/chris_bell/3216478993/>.<br />DiviTree Media, You Tube, Human Heart Video, 5 Nov 2007; Retrieved on 10 Nov 2010 from <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H04d3rJCLCE >.<br />Nemours, Kids Health, “Your Bones”, retrieved on 15 Nov 2010 from <http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/bones.html#>. <br />Nemours, Kids Health, Musculoskeletal image retrieved on 10 Nov 2010 from  <http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/muscles.html# >.<br />Rajshri Kids, YouTube, 20 Jan 2010; Skeletal system video retrieved on 10 Nov 2010 from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlXUmgr-SWU .<br />

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