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Family Life and Sexual Health, High School

FLASH

Reproductive System
Grades 9-12, Lesson 2

Student Learning Objectives The student will be able to … 1. locate and name at least 80% of the parts of the male and female reproductive systems. 2. describe the path of an egg (ovum) during menstruation. Describe the path of a sperm during ejaculation. 3. understand there is a wide range of “normal” anatomy.

Agenda 1. Discuss the purpose of the lesson. 2. Brainstorm with the class about body parts. 3. Use Reproductive System Visuals 1-6 to continue reviewing the male and female reproductive systems including the location and function of each part. 4. Lead the activity labeling parts of the reproductive system. 5. Assign homework.

This lesson was most recently edited on March 23, 2011. Public Health – Seattle & King County ©1988; revised 2011 www.kingcounty.gov/health/flash

Lesson 2 – Page 1

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Materials Needed Student Materials • Reproductive System Worksheets (1 copy per student) • Individual Homework: Anatomy (1 copy per student) • Family Homework: Talking about the Reproductive System (1 copy per student) Classroom Materials • Reproductive System Visuals 1-6 (contained in this lesson & also available online as a PowerPoint slide: www.kingcounty.gov/health/FLASH) • Labeled body parts for classroom activity, one set per class • Seven pairs of scissors

Teacher Preparation Well in advance … • Review lecture notes due to the large number of terms and definitions. The day before the lesson … • Make copies of Materials Needed (see above) • Prepare visuals for use on a SMART Board or projector. Note: When the lesson says “board,” use whatever is available in your classroom.

Standards National Health Education Standard: • Standard 3: Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information, products and services to enhance health. Performance Indicator 3.12.4: Determine when professional health services may be required. Washington State Health Education Standard: • Essential Academic Learning Requirement (EALR) 2: The student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain a healthy life: Recognizes dimensions of health, recognizes stages of growth and development, reduces health risks, and lives safely. Component 2.2: Understands stages of growth and development. Grade Level Expectations (GLE) 2.2.1: Analyzes the physiological and psychological changes throughout the lifetime.

Public Health – Seattle & King County

©1988; revised 2011

www.kingcounty.gov/health/flash

Lesson 2 – Page 2

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Activities
NOTE: Instructions to you are in regular font. A suggested script is in italics. Feel free to modify the script to your style and your students’ needs. 1. Discuss the purpose of the lesson. Identify the lesson as, primarily, a review of information that many students learned in earlier grades. Explain that being well-grounded in knowledge about the reproductive system will help them make sense of discussions later in the unit about pregnancy, birth control, and sexually transmitted diseases. Also, if they have health problems in the future, knowing body parts helps them explain to a health provider what they think the problem may be. 2. Brainstorm with the class about body parts. Write on the board in three columns: Male / Female / Both. Ask students to name reproductive system body parts, both internal and external, in the three columns. Fill in from the Teacher Master List (below) the parts that students don’t mention. As you list the parts on the board, briefly define each body part, where it is in the body and what it does. 3. Use Reproductive System Visuals 1-6 to continue reviewing the male and female reproductive systems, including the location and function of each part. Use a document camera (or SMART Board, overhead projector, etc) to project the images on the board....
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