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  • 1. The development of the skeleton system and its role in physical activity
  • 2. Learning Objectives
    Identify and describe the main functions of the skeleton – using practical examples
  • 3. Main 5 functions
    1. to give shape and support – enabling good posture
    2. to allow movement of the body by providing sites for muscle attachment, and a system of levers
    3. to protect the internal organs, heart, lungs, spinal chord and brain
    4. to produce red and white blood cells
    5. To store minerals
  • 4. Red blood cells
    Why is the production of these so important?
    Oxygen to working muscles
    Why?
    Energy etc...
  • 5. Axial skeleton
    The axial skeleton is the main source of support to the body.
    It is the central part of the skeleton
    Cranium
    Vertebral column
    Rib cage (12 pairs of ribs and the sternum)
  • 6. Appendicular skeleton
    Consists of the remaining bones and includes the girdles that join these bones to the axial skeleton
  • 7. Cranium
    Clavicle
    Sternum
    Ribs
    Vertebrae
    Sacrum
    Patella
    Tibia
    Tarsals
    Metatarsals
    Phalanges
    Scapula
  • 8. Scapula
    Humerus
    Radius
    Ulna
    Carpals
    Metacarpals
    Phalanges
    Femur
    Fibula
    Ilium
    Pubis
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  • 11. Flash Cards
    A Revision Tool