This game is all about eating a bit of each food group as part of a healthy balanced diet. Each player has a game card (the one with the food group on) and then the other cards (food cards and definitions) are put in a pile. Each player takes turns to pick a card and the winner is the one who fills up their game card.
A simple PowerPoint Presentation and differentiated worksheets to introduce the main food groups. The children can then use what they have learnt to explain the notion of a balanced diet.<br />I have uploaded the worksheets in Word format so they can be edited if needed.
<p>Powerpoint, for revision, starter, plenary. Images to describe the major stress theories from the textbook. Powerpoint Slide 1 = Swedish Sawmill Studies so either Johansson et al. (1978) or Frankenhaeuser (1975) Slide 2 = Riley (1981?) Slide 3 = Selye (1956) Slide 4 = Kielcolt-Glaser et al. (1984) SLide 5 = COhen et al. (1991) Slide 6 = Friedman and Rosenman (1974) Type A and Type B personality Slide 7= Holmes and Rahe (1976) SRRS SLide 8 = Kanner et al., (1981) Hassles and uplifts Slide 9 = Brady (1958) Stress in the workplace Slide 10 = MArmot et al (1997) Stressed civil servants study Slide 11 = Temoshok, (1987) Type C personality Slide 12 = Kobasa (1979, 1986) hardy and non-hardy personality</p>
Use these resources to provide an overview of the structure and function of the Endocrine System. Throughout the presentation, there are key links to useful websites that will encourage a further learner experience. The activity alongside this presentation will help the students to think creatively about the roles of specific endocrine organs and can be used to generate fun and discussion in the classroom. As well as promote learning specific to anatomy and physiology (human biology), the activity should highlight to students the types of information that should be presented in a CV for employment.
A power point presentation that provides a general overview of the Cardiovascular system in the human body. Learning objectives include, becoming familiar with:<br />
* The structures of the heart<br />
* How blood moves through the heart and to the lungs And to the rest of the body<br />
* Pulse recording and normal values of a resting heart beat<br />
* Factors that can affect heart rate<br />
* Blood pressure <br />
Hyperlinks throughout encourage the learner to observe CV function in action. <br />