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Learning Exercise

Material: Trace and Label Your Body Outline
Submitted by: Barbra Bied Sperling on Jun 24, 2005
Date Last Modified: Jun 17, 2008
Title: Trace and Label your Body Outline
Description: Students will outline their bodies and label the internal body parts as deemed appropriate by the instructor (according to the grade level)
Type of Task: Team
Time Required 120-180 min.
Audience: Grade School, High School, Middle School
Learning Objectives: To become familiar with human body anotomy.
Technical Notes: Insure that all students wear long pants, and students should not trace above the inside of the knee joint.
Text of Learning Exercise: Materials: Felt pens, crayons, coloring pencils, large roll of white paper about 48 in. wide, access to internet and the assigned web site.

Suggested Procedure: Divide the class in to group/steams by gender. Have one student trace the whole body outline of another student. Have the students STOP at the inside of the knee joint. Depending on the grade level; the instuctor can direct the student to "fill in", for example, bones of the left arm, blood vessels of the right leg, digestive system, liver, etc.
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