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Learning Exercise

Material: Muscular System
Submitted by: sepalika wickremasinghe on Dec 12, 2007
Date Last Modified: Dec 12, 2007
Title: Muscle Injury/Dangers of Nabolic Steroids
Description: A brief lecture covering muscle tears, tendonitis, and the adngers of anabolic steroid use.
Type of Task: Teacher-centered
Time Required 15 minutes
Topics: Muscle Injury Dangers of Anabolic steroids
Course: 7th grade Life Science
Audience: Middle School
Prerequisites Skills: Cell Biology. Musculoskeletal system.
Learning Objectives: Students be able to explain how bones and muscles work together to provide a structural framework for movement. (5.c)
Text of Learning Exercise: Tecaher will briefly lecture on muscle injury (pulled muscle), tendonitis and teh dangers of anabolic steroids. Students will then answer the following questions: A. Compare aerobic exercise with resistance exercise and give two examples of each. B. What is tendonitis? C. Do you think athletes should take anabolic steroids to be successful? Why? A.
Assessment: See Muscle System
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