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    • GCSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION BONES & JOINTS
    • Bones The Skeleton What are the anatomical names for the following bones; Shoulder Blade Skull Spine Collar Bone Thigh Bone Fingers Functions of the Skeleton • Pr of the vital organs of the body • Su , to keep the body up right • Blood Pr . Some bones make red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets • Mo , your muscles pull on your bones when they contract which makes the bones move
    • Anatomical Names Label the bones on the performers below; (Use the Word Bank provided) Radius Word Bank Femur Tibia Fibula Humerus Ulna Tarsals Carpals Radius Phalanges Cranium Clavicle Sternum Pelvis Metacarpals Metatarsals
    • Types of Bones Types of Bones Examples Flat bones Irr bones Vertebrae L bones Sh bones The Vertebral Column Has three main functions; Support Pr____________ M____________ Label each part of the Vertebral Column; C_______ (7 Bones) Th______ (12 Bones) L_______ (5 Bones) S_______ (5 Bones) C_______ (4 Bones Fused Together)
    • Joints What is the definition of a joint? Where ___________________________ meet. The body has three different kinds of joints; Fixed or immovable joints, example - the skull ____________________, example – the vertebrae F____ M______ or Synovial joint, example – knee (hinge joint) Synovial Joints There are six types of Synovial Joints; Type of Synovial Joint Example Ball & S______ H_______ Knee Sa_______ Con_______ Gli________ P_______
    • Movement of Joints Using the Word Bank provided, link the correct description to the Movement Type Description Movement Type Bending or Flexing of a joint Movement away from midline of the body Movement whereby a body part is circled Extending or Straightening of a joint Movement whereby a body part is turned Movement towards the midline of the body Rotation Flexion Adduction Extension Abduction Circumduction Link the Movement Type to Sporting Actions; Movement Type Sporting Action Circumduction Bowling arm in Cricket Flexion Adduction Abduction Extension Rotation