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Activity 2-1: Male Anatomy

PLAN

Summary In this activity students learn to identify and name the parts of the male reproductive system. These correct terms can then be used in class discussions to avoid unnecessary confusion or embarrassment.

Objectives

Students:

\checkmark identify the parts of the male reproductive system.

\checkmark explain the importance of using the proper terminology for the male reproductive system.

Student Materials

  • Activity Report

Teacher Materials

  • Activity Report Answer Key

Advance Preparation

Optional: You may want to create an overhead transparency of this illustration for use at the end of the labeling procedure. Familiarize yourself by reading the appropriate pages in the teacher edition of the textbook.

Estimated Time 10-15 minutes

Interdisciplinary Connection

This activity has connections to Science/Health.

Prerequisites and Background Information

None required

IMPLEMENT

Introduce Activity 2-1 by explaining the importance of using proper terminology when discussing the human anatomy in the classroom and in understanding how reproduction and contraception work. You might also discuss the importance of using proper terminology outside of the classroom. For example, it's important to know the correct terms in order to explain a problem to a medical doctor.

Steps 1-3 Issue one Activity Report and illustration per student. Allow 5-10 minutes for the students to label and correct their work.

Conclude Activity 2-1 by going over the answers on the Activity Report together.

ASSESS

Use the completion of the activity and the written answers on the Activity Report to assess if students can:

\checkmark identify parts of the male reproductive system.

\checkmark explain the importance of using proper terminology for the male reproductive system.

Activity 2-1: Male Anatomy – Activity Report Answer Key

  • Sample answers to these questions will be provided upon request. Please send an email to teachers-requests@ck12.org to request sample answers.

See how many parts of the male reproductive system you can identify and name.

  1. Label the numbered body parts using the terms listed with each illustration.
  2. After you have completed the labeling, read the text, review your choices, and correct your work if necessary.

What Do You Think?

Countless magazines, videos, advertising, and art forms display and focus on the female body and sexual characteristics. There is not nearly the same interest shown in the male body. Why do you think this is? Is this imbalance changing as women's roles are changing?

A suggested response will be provided upon request. Please send an email to teachers-requests@ck12.org.

Why do you think an egg doesn't have a tail?

What Do You Think?

How do some people compare the importance of virginity between boys and girls?

Activity 2-2: Female Anatomy

PLAN

Summary In this activity students learn to identify and name the parts of the female anatomy. These correct terms can then be used in class discussions to avoid unnecessary confusion or embarrassment.

Objectives

Students:

\checkmark identify the parts of the female reproductive system on a drawing using proper terminology.

\checkmark explain the importance of using proper terminology for the female reproductive system.

Student Materials

  • Activity Report

Teacher Materials

  • Activity Report Answer Key

Advance Preparation

Optional: You may want to create an overhead transparency of this illustration for use at the end of the labeling procedure.

Estimated Time 10-15 minutes

Interdisciplinary Connection

This activity has Health connections.

Prerequisites and Background Information

None required

IMPLEMENT

Introduce Activity 2-2 by explaining the importance of using proper terminology when discussing the human anatomy in the classroom and in understanding how reproduction and contraception work. You might also discuss the importance of using proper terminology outside the classroom (i.e., explaining a problem to a medical doctor).

Steps 1-3 Issue one Activity Report and illustration per student. Allow 5-10 minutes for the students to label and correct their work.

Conclude Activity 2-2 by going over answers on the Activity Report together.

ASSESS

Use the completion of the activity and the written answers on the Activity Report to assess if students can

\checkmark identify parts of the female reproductive system.

\checkmark explain the importance of using proper terminology for the female reproductive system.

Activity 2-2: Female Anatomy – Activity Report Answer Key

  • Sample answers to these questions will be provided upon request. Please send an email to teachers-requests@ck12.org to request sample answers.

See how many parts of the female reproductive system you can identify and name.

  1. Label the numbered body parts using the terms listed with each illustration.
  2. After you have completed the labeling, read the text, review your choices, and correct your work if necessary.

Why do you think that you are being taught about both male and female reproductive systems? How do you think the opposite sex feels learning about the changes that are happening to you? What did you learn that was new to you or that surprised you? Are there any questions that still haven't been answered?

Review Questions/Answers

  • Sample answers to these questions will be provided upon request. Please send an email to teachers-requests@ck12.org to request sample answers.
  1. Describe three similarities and three differences between the female and male reproductive systems.
  2. How do sperm get from the testes to the penis? Describe the route and define the parts.
  3. What is semen? How is it produced?
  4. Why is the female reproductive system primarily internal?
  5. Explain the ovarian cycle using the correct terms.
  6. How does the egg get to the uterus?

Activity 2-1 Report: Male Anatomy (Student Reproducible)

Instructions

See how many parts of the male reproductive system you can identify and name.

1. Label the numbered body parts using the terms listed with each illustration.

2. After you have completed the labeling, read the text, review your choices, and correct your work if necessary.

Activity 2-2 Report: Female Anatomy (Student Reproducible)

Instructions

See how many parts of the female reproductive system you can identify and name.

1. Label the numbered body parts using the terms listed with each illustration.

2. After you have completed the labeling, read the text, review your choices, and correct your work if necessary.

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Feb 23, 2012

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