The Human Skeleton and Muscles
These diagnostic questions and response activities (contained in the zip file) support students in being able to:
Recall that the human body contains a skeleton and muscles for support, protection and movement.
Recall that bones and muscles are living tissues made up of cells.
Describe how muscles work to move bones, including antagonistic muscles.
Describe the presence and roles of muscles in organs and organ systems.
Explain why heart rate increases when we exercise.
The resources include details of common misconceptions and a summary of the research upon which the resources are based.
Download the zip file for all the questions and activities.
More resources like this can be found on the BEST webpage: Best Evidence in Science Teaching
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