Using the Teen Health textbooks provided (pages 123-127), unscramble the following words ... Justify how or why each is beneficial to your heart health. ...
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That’s about 1 heart attack every 20 seconds with death about every minute
#1 killer in the U.S.
27 years old
Died of heart attack on basketball court in 1993Heart Disease
How can we combat these risk factors?
Station 1 – Webquest (10 points)
Follow Mrs. Earby to the library to answer the questions (2 points each) from this section by visiting the following website: http://www.kidshealth.org/kid/body/heart_noSW.html
Station 2 – Unscramble & Define (10 points)
Using the Teen Health textbooks provided (pages 123-127), unscramble the following words and define them. Next, use them in a sentence stating a fact about the human heart and/or the circulatory system. Each is worth 2 points.
Station 3 – Draw & Label (10 Points)
Draw the human heart using the model or the diagram display. Label the 8 of the following parts: left & right atriums, left & right ventricles, left & right pulmonary arteries, left pulmonary vein, superior & inferior vena cava, aortic arch, descending aorta
Station 4 – Question Creations
Using the library books provided, develop your our set of 5 questions and answers about the human heart and/or circulatory system. You can use multiple choice, fill in the blank and short answer questions. You may NOT use true/false questions. You may use an additional sheet of paper if necessary. Each question and answer set is worth 2 points.
-on your own
-with a friend
-with your family