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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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Sunburn, Sweat and the Science of Summer!

For Students 6th - 12th
Our bodies can produce up to three liters of sweat per hour. But why do we sweat and exactly how does the biological process work? This video covers a few topics of science about being outside in the heat, explains ways to cool down in...
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Makes Me Sweat

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Never let them see you sweat ... unless you can't help it! Scholars design an experiment to determine the effects of stress on the body. They monitor sweat production under different conditions and relate the response to the function of...
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Sweat Your Socks Off

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders explore evaporation by conducting an experiment.  For this water properties lesson, 4th graders examine the differences between two socks that get wet, one which is placed in front of a fan.  Students discuss why the sock...
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What Is the Opposite of Sweating?

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Heat is not all created the same! Learners experiment with evaporation and condensation to investigate heat transfer. They compare the rate chocolate melts with dry heat to a sample that melts with water vapor using the same heat source.
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Sweat Heads

For Teachers 1st - 4th
Students select a 'Sweat Head" at the end of the physical education class to represent the effort they believe they gave during class. The "Sweat Heads" are pictures of faces with either 100, 80, 50, or 30 written on them. Each "Head"...
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How Sweat Glands Cool Your Body

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Students use water and rubbing alcohol to explain how sweat cools mammals' bodies. They write their findings in a journal. After a lecture/demo, students perform a simple experiment that demonstrates this phenomenae.
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If a Runner Runs, Does a Sweater Sweat?

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Play with words and word meanings involving the suffix -er. After reading a sample list of words, young readers look up each one in the dictionary to decide which words refer to people, animals, or objects, or have three or more...
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Destressing: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students interview peers, teachers, counselors, parents and local health providers to see how they identify "good" stress and suggest teens cope, write news feature about stress, complete with extra boxes, such as list of signs to spots,...
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Sweating the Big Stuff

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students explore the responsibility of corporations in increasing global labor standards. They read case studies about sweatshops and create a list of human rights violations involved in a sweatshop.
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Snow, Sweat and Tears

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students, in pairs, explore the sports featured at the Winter Olympics and prepare related news broadcasts.
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Skin and Sports

For Teachers 4th - 8th
The topic is protecting our own protective covering: the skin. In particular, the information deals with sweating as a means of temperature regulation and the need to wear clothing appropriate for allowing the process to occur. Learners...
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How the Body Works—Skin

For Students 4th - 8th Standards
Take an elevator down under the surface of the skin! Animations show that new skin cells are formed and the old ones are shed in the epidermis, how melanin provides color and nerves and blood vessels reside in the dermis, and what the...
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Sock It To Me

For Students 1st - 7th
Here is a hands-on, or rather, feet-on activity that illuminates evaporation and explains why we sweat. Putting on both a wet and a dry sock, learners place their feet in front of a fan and chill out for a few minutes. This is an ideal...
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Human Body Regulation

For Teachers 6th - 12th
The human body can regulate itself through sweating and resting. Learners with visual impairments discuss how the body changes when it is under stress and what it does to regulate itself. To start, kids use talking thermometers to take...
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Homeostasis (and the Cell Membrane King)

For Students 7th - 12th
The homeostasis pose is a popular yoga pose, and a video will explain how to do it properly. It also covers why we shiver, why we sweat, and the difference between a cell wall and a cell membrane. 
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Why Does Humidity Feel Gross?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Where does sweat go when the relative humidity is 100 percent? Well, there is no place for it to go—that's the point! A lesson on humidity, dew point, and heat index describes how to interpret a local weather report. A video explains the...
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Cleaning Water

For Teachers 3rd - 6th Standards
From their sweat to the water vapor in their breath, astronauts recycle every possible drop of water while in space. After watching a short video describing the different ways materials are recycled and reused in space shuttles, young...
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For Students 9th
In this skin worksheet, 9th graders list the five main functions of the skin. Then they explain why a runner sweats and how many sweat glands there are in the body. Students also describe what occurs when the epidermis is slightly injured.
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What Do Electrolytes Actually Do?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Why is your sweat salty? An episode of the ACS Reactions series examines the role of electrolytes in our systems. The narrator explains how the salts of electrolytes work in the nervous system. When we lose those electrolytes through...
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History of English

For Teachers 12th - Higher Ed
Did you know that in Japan you can drink "Poccari Sweat"? Ever heard of "Intervocalic fricatives become contrastive?" Sure. All this and more in a presentation that traces the history of English before England, in England including Old...
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How Do You Solve a System of Inequalities by Graphing?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
You've got a linear system of inequalities? You need to solve it by graphing? No sweat. Make sure that each equation is in slope-intercept form and then graph each equation. Is it a solid line or a dashed line? Which side of the line...
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How Do You Solve a System of Inequalities by Graphing?

For Teachers 8th - 10th
You've got a linear system of inequalities? You need to solve it by graphing? No sweat. Make sure that each equation is in slope-intercept form and then graph each equation. Is it a solid line or a dashed line? Which side of the line...
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The Teenage Brain Explained

For Students 9th - 12th
This may answer some of your questions about your students' behavior, as well as explain to them the development stage that their brains are in. The roles of adrenal glands, apocrine (sweat) glands, and pituitary glands are explained as...

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