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48 reviewed resources for human arm model

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Biological Oceanographic Investigations – Call to Arms

For Teachers 5th - 6th Standards
How many simple machines does it take to make a robotic arm? An inquiry-based lesson explores that topic and challenges pupils to build a robotic arm that can stretch, turn, and more. A few questions help guide them in the right...
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Natural Born Robots: Body Builders

For Teachers 5th - 9th
Students perform activities to explore how their arm works and what muscles are involved. They view animated comparisons of human and robotic arms. Students create a model of the human arm.
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Levers and Wedges in the Human Body

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
Students identify the various parts of the body that serve as wedges and levers, identifying the fulcrum for each body lever. They bite into carrots and apples to analyze how their jaws and teeth work, then complete three worksheets that...
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The Human Body: A Life-Size Model On Paper

For Teachers K - 12th
Learners create a life-size paper model of the human body. They identify the major organs and state their fuction. They complete a quiz to end the lesson plan.
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The Robotic Arm

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Working as teams, class members try to rescue an astronaut using the shuttle arm on a TI-Nspire simulation. Teams must determine the different angle measures in order to reach the stranded astronaut. 
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Call to Arms: Robotic Analogues for Human Structures

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Investigate deep sea discovery through the emerging technology being built.  In this physical science lesson, students analyze the different types of motion available in the human arm.  Students research educational websites discussing...
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Biomechanics of Joints

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students investigate range of motion in human joints and the mechanical devices they emulate. They construct a human arm model with three joints which emulate the wrist, elbow and shoulder.
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Chapter 2: The Economizing Problem

For Teachers 10th - 12th
It doesn't take a lecture on economics to convince teenagers that one's wants often exceed one's means, but this presentation will hopefully help them to understand the discrepancy. Using an example of pizza and robot arms, the slides...
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Human Suspension Bridge

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
When is it okay to be suspended in school? When you're part of a human suspension bridge! Learners first model tension and compression in pairs. Once complete, they get together as a class to model a suspension bridge.
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Biomechanical Joint

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Discuss mechanical advantage and how the human body moves/works. Learners focus on bioengineering, working together to build a functioning mechanical arm. Additionally, they analyze an air muscle, discussing its appropriate use in humans. 
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Call to Arms

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students explore how scientists build robotic arms that move similar to humans. In this robot lesson, students examine how scientists make robots. Students design and construct a mechanical arm that moves like a human arm. Students...
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Your Body’s Highway

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Rev your engines and prepare to teach your class about the body's highway! The lesson plan informs pupils about heart anatomy, arteries, and veins and blood flow through microscope observation, dissection, models, and a laboratory...
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Don’t Spill the Beans!

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Approximately 89 percent of humans demonstrate right-hand dominance, 10 percent demonstrate left-hand, and the rest show equal dominance between hands. Scholars design an experiment to determine if the dominant hand holds more volume...
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MuscleMania

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students learn three different types of muscles. By building a model of the arm, they learn its basic anatomy and how muscles function in relationship to bones. They perform an experiment on the relationship between muscle size and...
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Levers in the Body: They Are Not What You Might Think!

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students investigate lever systems in the human body and compare arm anatomy to model.  In this human levers lesson students graph and analyze their results.
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Sunlight and Evaporation

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Here is a simple inquiry experiment designed to demonstrate that the energy from sunlight can evaporate water. Young scientists follow provided procedural steps to construct a model of our atmosphere using a bowl, a cup, water and...
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When Is It O.K. to Replace Human Limbs With Technology?

For Students 7th - 12th
Today's blog topic is robotic limb replacement for amputees. Upper graders read the related article and argument, then compose a blog response that addresses the questions provided. This is a great way to get kids thinking about ethics,...
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Biomechanics of Joints

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Young scholars build a model of a human arm and shoulder.
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Baseball Moon

For Students 1st - 5th
Model the phases of the moon, using your head as Earth. This is a pertinent exercise in helping astronomers understand why the moon appears to change over a month's time. Assign it to them as homework and then ask them to write in their...
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Biomechanical Hand

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
In 1993, five biomedical engineers in Edinburgh, Scotland, created the first functional bionic arm. In the activity, learners explore the world of bioengineering through discussion and hands-on exploration. In groups, participants...
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Paper Towers

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students have the opportunity to use model-building as a way to help comprehend the forces and phenomena at work in the world around them. They describe gravity as a universal force that pulls everything toward the center of the earth....
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No Bones About It

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students conduct Internet research on the different parts of the skeletal system. Then they create a model arm that demonstrates how muscle and bone work together to create movement.
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Figuratively Speaking

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students create 8 inch, or bigger, clay sculptures of the human form in this Art instructional activity introducing clay sculpting techniques. The works of artists studied in preparation include Henry Moore, Michelangelo, Degas, Rodin...
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Human Geometry Book

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Students investigate geometric shapes. In this geometry lesson, students read the book The Greedy Triangle and define the shapes mentioned in the book. Students make the shapes by using their bodies.