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27 resources with the concept body temperature

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Inquiry in Action: Kindergarten Chapter 1 - Investigating the Weather

For Teachers K Standards
To understand what makes it rain, young meteorologists use tiny drops of water on a laminated drawing of a cloud. To investigate why puddles dry up, they make a one-drop puddle on their hand and observe the water evaporate. Scholars also...
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Glacier National Park Curriculum

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park (W-GIPP), chartered in 1932, is the first international Peace Park globally and spans the Canadian United States border. Five units introduce learners to political and environmental factors that...
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Unit Three: Parks in the Parks: The Aspenlands

For Teachers 7th - 12th
The two lessons in unit three explore the aspen parklands on the east side of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park (W-GIPP). Totally different from any other area in W-GIPP, scholars study the aspen-controlled cycles of snowshoe...
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Keeping Warm in the Cold

For Teachers K Standards
Bundle up to stay warm! A fun-filled investigation opens with a group discussion about heat loss and using materials to prevent it. Young scientists then view an animation about thermometers and the Celsius scale and practice reading...
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Climate, Weather…What’s the Difference?: Make an Electronic Temperature Sensor

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
What's the best way to record temperature over a long period of time? Scholars learn about collection of weather and temperature data by building thermistors in the fourth installment of the 10-part Discover Your Changing World series....
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Should You Drink Sports Drinks? When? Why?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
New research proves even rinsing your mouth with carbohydrates without swallowing improves performance of the central nervous system. While some think sports drinks are amazing, others say they are a waste of money. Scholars learn about...
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How Did Dinosaurs Regulate Their Body Temperature?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Are dinosaurs more like birds or reptiles? Learners put the question to the test by analyzing body temperature data from a 2014 study. With their analysis, they develop a theory about the body temperature regulation of dinosaurs.
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Seasonal Science: Hibernation

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Without access to water, humans survive only a few days yet animals that hibernate seem to survive without water for months. Learn how animals survive hibernation in a video that is part of the Seasonal Science series. It addresses many...
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Seasonal Science: Frostbite

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Fingers, toes, and nose. Oh, my! It's so cold outside. An animated video models the four-step progression of frostbite and how it affects the human body.
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Detecting Rise in Body Temperature in Human and Animals and its Effects on Health

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Beat the heat using sensors. Scholars research normal body temperatures for humans and a specific animal. In groups, they create sensors that monitor body temperature, as well as the weather. The goal is to reduce the occurrence of heat...
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Intrepreting Information about Sweating and Temperature

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Why do we sweat? Scholars analyze data about body temperature, sweating, and other factors to better understand sweating. They note the changes after drinking ice water to sweating, skin temperature, and body temperature. Analysis...
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Homeostasis and Negative/Positive Feedback

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
We all need a little feedback, both positive and negative! Take on one of the trickier Biology 1 concepts using a thoughtfully worded video from a fantastic biology playlist. The narrator explains both types of feedback with plenty of...
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Why Do Venomous Animals Live In Warm Climates?

For Students 6th - 12th
Why do warm, tropical environments seem to be the perfect place to find so many of the world's most venomous animals? Explore several theories in an interesting video. The narrator differentiates between venomous and poisonous, describes...
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Homeostasis

For Students 7th - 8th Standards
How much negative feedback does a body get daily? The interactive walks through one negative feedback loop, increasing body temperature. Then it challenges scholars to relate this to mechanical feedback loops and disorders that prevent...
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This Is Cool

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Thermosensation helps our bodies regulate temperature and maintain homeostatic balance. Through a simple hands-on activity, scholars experience and explore the perception of temperature. Then they apply the concept of sensory...
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Death Project

For Teachers 10th - Higher Ed Standards
Verify the rule of thumb for finding the time of death. The project-based learning task asks pupils to determine when the rule of thumb process of finding the time of death is appropriate. Learners develop a function for the rule and...
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Why Is My Body Temperature 37 Degrees?

For Students 9th - 12th
We are all different, yet have essentially the same body temperature. The video explains why 37 is the magic number. It details the impact of temperature on fungus and viruses. It also mentions what happens if your temperature goes too...
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Hibernation-Migration-Fascination

For Teachers 6th - 12th
What's the difference between hibernation and a good nap? Find out with an engaging life science activity that compares the hibernation habits of grizzly bears and marmots. After learners read an informational passage about each mammal,...
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Thermoregulation

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Hey, crank up the thermostat, my computer froze again! In a thermoregulation video, learners see how organisms either maintain their body temperatures or do not. The instructor explains the difference between conduction, convection,...
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Homeostatic Loops

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When someone is hot and their face is red, it is due to capillaries bringing blood closer to the surface of our skin so more heat can be lost. In the video, learners explore homeostasis and its role in the human body. Four homeostatic...
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Positive and Negative Feedback Loops

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
A video explains both positive and negative feedback loops including body temperature, ripening fruit, and diabetes. An accompanying worksheet helps organize scholar's notes. 
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There's No Such Thing As Cold

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Is cold real, or just a feeling? Assist your class in discovering the truth behind the body's assumption of cold as they learn the difference between heat and temperature and why wind causes a person to feel colder. They conclude with a...
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What Happens When You Get Heat Stroke? sun stroke, homeostasis, body temperature

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Exertional heat stroke is one of the three leading causes of death in sports, but with the help of this video young athletes will be able to avoid this life-threatening condition. Offering clear explanations of how the body dissipates...
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Hibernation and Torpor

For Students 7th - 10th
In this hibernation learning exercise, students read about the differences between hibernation and torpor. Then students determine how long it takes for an animal to warm up or cool down its body. Students complete 4 short answer questions.