Students explore how scientists use inquiry to research rare diseases and treatments and to further understand the workings of the human body. The supplement contains two weeks of lessons that are easily integrated into your curriculum and are aligned to national and state standards.
Students explore the scientific study of behavior and how behavioral and social factors influence health.
Students explore the basics of scientific inquiry, refine their critical-thinking skills, and appreciate the purpose of scientific research.
Students learn about the structures of the musculoskeletal and skin systems, the interactions between these body systems, and the factors that influence their functions.
Students explore the relationship between chemicals in the environment and human health, utilizing basic concepts in the science of toxicology.
Investigate the multisensory process of human communication and understand the fundamentals of sound and how to prevent hearing loss.
Expand basic understanding of brain function and the nervous system.