Articulated Skeleton With Bones Labeled
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Articulated Skeleton With Bones Labeled

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THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDFront View with Some Bones Research and Education Center12 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid Research and Education Center12 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid Research and Education Center12 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid 2001 UTHSCSAACTIVITY 2A:

THE SKELETONARTICULATED SKELETON WITH BONES LABELEDTHE HUMAN SKELETONFront View with Some Bones LabeledSternumXyphoid 2001 UTHSCSA SternumXyphoid 2001 UTHSCSA

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Dem bones
Dembones: A 5th grade Forensic Mystery

Dem Bones: a unit plan integrating the SOL's for 5th grade Lesson Plan- Day One

Two weeks before Halloween, the weather had turned warm again."Indian Summer",said Matthew."Let's go fishing before the cold weather returns for good!"Jesse and Matthew headed down to the barn to find the fishing poles, tackle box and bucket.

The two boys also grabbed a small shovel to use to dig up night crawlers.

They ran through the back pasture to a spot where they had dug up some really big night crawlers last summer.It was a cool spot by a creek.They threw down their fishing equipment and began to dig in the rich dirt.It wasn't long before they had dug up some huge worms to use as bait.Just as they were about ready to leave and head for the pond, Matthew suddenly stopped digging and yelled,"Jesse, look at this!" Jesse ran over and peered down into the dirt to see what looked like a gray, smooth bone."What do you think it is?", Jesse asked."A bone, but from what?", Matthew answered."Let's keep digging and see what else we find." Matthew and Jesse carefully dug in the black earth.Soon, they uncovered another piece of bone, this one was bigger than the first."Lets take these back to the house and clean them up.", Jesse said as he carefully packed the bones in the bucket.Matthew and Jesse gathered the fishing equipment and ran back to Matthew's house.

They hosed off the bones and took them inside."What kind of bones are they?".both boys wanted to know."I think we should take them to school and ask Mrs.Strong to help us.", Matthew thought out loud
articulated skeleton with bones labeled
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:Objectives TSW predict what they will find when they dissect a fresh cow femur.

(This can be ordered from Carolina Bioligical Supply Company, or you can ask your local meat cutter to save you a good section of beef marrow bone.) TSW dissect a fresh cow femur and diagram what they have discovered.

TSW create a slide of the marrow and draw what they see.TSW write an explanation of the job of the marrow.Content: SOL science 5.1, 5.5., English5.7Materials: fresh cow femur, slides, microscopes, paper, pens, crayons.Assessment: completed drawing of the bone marrow and the description of the job of marrow.

Homework: TSW define Leukemia and describe how this disease is related to the bone marrow .Lesson Plans- Day Three Lab Three: Objectives: TSW examine the results of the Vinegar and Chicken Bone test to eventually conclude that bones are composed of calcium.This test is a classic and is sometimes called the "Rubber Bone" experiment.TSW write a formal lab report for this experiment.Content: SOL science 5.1, 5.5,5.4.

english5.7Materials: Chicken bone, vinegar,beakers, paper, pens.Content: SOL science 5.1, 5.5.Math 5.3, 5.11, 5.17.eleton, tape measurer, ruler, meter stick, paper, pen.Assessment: student produced table Homework: TSW write a paper to discuss

Lesson Plans-Day Six

"We still need to find the skull.", Jesse complained."If we could find the skull, we might That afternoon, the boys began to dig in the spot by the creek.They dug for what seemed Matthew began to dig with more excitementcarefully placed at the top of the skeletLab Six: Objectives: TSW examine the ball-on the articulated and disarticulate skeletons.TSW demonstrate how each joint works by skull will be compared to the other joints- drawn.A baby's skull will be examined to show the fontanel.

TSW produce a drawing of the baby skull with the fontanel labeled.

Content: SOL science 5.1, 5.5Materials: disarticulate skeleton, human sAssessment: student produced drawings Content: English 5.1, 5.2, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8.History SOLs can be introduced by suggesting that the skeleton might be from Colonial Virginia, a Revolutionary War soldier, a Civil War soldier, a slave that was trying to escape Virginia on the Underground Railroad,.These SOLs would be History and Social Science 5.1, 5.3, 5.6, 5.7.Materials: The Story can be printed and handed out to the Partners.

Paper, Pens, Brains.

Assessment: A student produced paper.Oral presentations to the class.

Lesson Plan-Day Nine

Objectives: TSW construct a bat and diagram its wing bone structure using toothpicks.TSW contrast and compare the bat wing to the human arm and hand.

TSW hang the bats in the science room to decorate for Halloween.TSW celebrate the end of the unit with a bag of Halloween gummy creatures!

Content: SOL science 5.1, 5.5.

Math 5.11.

English 5.7, 5.8Materials: Bat template, toothpicks, glue, paper, crayons, pens, Gummy creatures Assessment: Student produced bat, formal science writeup.
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