This editable Power Point presentation, with over 75 slides, is designed for a high school or introductory college level anatomy and physiology course and it:
• conveys essential vocabulary and concepts of the muscular system
• contains high quality photographs and illustrations that will interest and engage students
• includes student notes and teacher answer key
• serves as a supplement to any A & P textbook or it can be used alone
• includes additional notes explaining diagrams, concepts, background information, and instructional suggestions that can be printed separately or viewed in PowerPoint’s “Notes Page” view or “Presenter View” mode.
This presentation focuses on general anatomy and physiology of the muscular system. For specific skeletal muscle anatomy, please see Science Island’s Skeletal Muscle Anatomy PowerPoint, which includes the function, origin and insertion of 50 muscles.
Muscular System Outline:
I. Introduction to the Muscular System
II. Anatomy of the Muscular System
III. Physiology of the Muscular System
IV. Developmental Aspects
V. Diseases and Conditions
Some of the vocabulary and topics included in this lesson:
• smooth muscle
• cardiac muscle
• skeletal muscle
• muscle fibers
• fascicle arrangements
• prime mover
• sarcoplasmic reticulum
• muscle functions
• muscle actions
• motor unit
• neuromuscular junction
• resting potential
• action potential
• sliding filament theory
• fused tetanus
• sodium/potassium pump
• all-or-none law
• graded response
• muscle fatigue
• muscle atrophy
• resistance training
• aerobic training
• developmental aspects
• muscle cramp
• muscle pull
• muscular dystrophy
This 16 slide power point presentation introduces the Muscular System of the human body which can be used in an Anatomy/Physiology class and can also be used in Biology. This is a good beginning of my Muscular System unit or can be modified as a stand alone power point presentation on muscles. Filled with diagrams and pictures to enhance learning this editable power point is great for note taking skills for students of any level including English Learners, EL, as well as more advanced students. This product includes a power point presentation beginning with interesting muscle facts, continues with muscle tissue anatomy and gives an opportunity for students to take Cornell style notes. If you like this product please check back soon as we will be posting more in the near future. If you have any questions or concerns about any part of one of our products please let us know and we will be happy to work with you. Thank you! Team Beaumont
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This is the first part of a revision booklet I am producing for Year 10 and 11's completing the GCSE PE course. This first section covers the topics of The Active Participant, Demands on Performance, Health, Training, Diet, and various other sub-topics...
The second part is still in production but a change in my job role has delayed this. I hope to complete the second and final part within the next month... ready for GCSE revision ;)
Hope this is still of some help.
This presentation covers part of the new AQA GCSE PE 2016 specification Physical Training unit theory content for Training Thresholds and Altitude Training. The 19 page PowerPoint presentation introduces the key information and encourages reflection via a series of exam-style questions (complete with full mark schemes) and analysis of elite performance.
The presentation should be enough to cover 2x1 hours lessons, although could be adapted slightly to include an additional research task.
Presentation is part of a package so please check this out to make a saving on the whole unit content!
This resource pack is the ideal way to start the delivery of the new AQA GCSE specification with confidence. It contains five PowerPoint presentations designed to make the delivery of the new specification theory content as simple as possible. Using my own personal experiences as a teacher and senior examiner, I hope to share my knowledge and understanding of the specification to support others with the delivery of the theory content.
I have personally created each of the PowerPoint presentations which contain a series of exam style questions, reflection tasks and video clips to support analysis of performance, based around the full content of the Physical Training Unit.
This package will save you time, worry and effort, while also allowing you to get to know the specification in more detail through time saved by accessing these resources.
Further packages will be available soon to cover the remainder of the specification. This introductory price is not one to be missed!