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Learning Exercise

Material: Reproduction
Submitted by: sepalika wickremasinghe on Dec 18, 2007
Date Last Modified: Dec 18, 2007
Title: Development before Birth
Description: A lecture on the development of the fetus, premature babies, the importance of the placenta and umbilical cord, and prenatal care. A website with colorful graphics wil also be used here.
Type of Task: Teacher-centered
Time Required 40 minutes
Topics: Development of the fetus. Prenatal care. Premature babies. Placenta and Umbilical cord.
Course: 7th grade Life Science
Audience: Middle School
Prerequisites Skills: Cell biology. Organizatio of Life. Meiosis.
Learning Objectives: Students be able to explain the function of the umbilicus and placenta during pregnancy. (5.e)
Text of Learning Exercise: Students will do a worksheet, "Mammal Embryo." They will also do #1-9 on the handouts, page 521.
Assessment: In the process of scanning.
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