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3.2: Using Sex Organs – Student Edition (Human Biology)

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

Begin by reminding students that it is important to be respectful when discussing personal or potentially embarrassing material. Tell them that although they may not always use the proper terminology in their own conversations when referring to body parts, they will be expected to do so throughout this unit.

Read the portion on the male reproductive system.

Complete Activity 2-1: Male Anatomy.

Read the material on the female reproductive system.

Complete Activity 2-2: Female Anatomy.

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What are some of the reasons that people in most cultures cover their genitals even if they don't wear much other clothing?

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