# Heart Condition Teacher Resources

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#### Pocket Heart

An all-encompassing, fully interactive, gorgeously animated model of the heart can be used to teach cardiac anatomy, physiology, and even a touch of epidemiology.

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#### Heart to Heart

Begin a unit on the heart, the parts and the function of the heart, and about heart disease with a resource that includes a lecture, a PowerPoint presentation, and research information. The lesson plan is the first of a four-part series...

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#### Designing and Analyzing Data Collected from Wearable Devices to Solve Problems in Health Care

Wearable devices have become more the norm than the exception. Learners analyze data from a sample device with a regression analysis in a helpful hands-on lesson. Their focus is to determine if there is a connection between temperature...

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#### Raspberry Chocolate Heart Cake

Have you ever finished a piece of cake and wished you had more? Solve this common dilemma with math! A straightforward learning exercise prompts middle schoolers to use the given dimensions of a heart-shaped cake when planning to bake...

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#### Parametric Equations and a Heart

Trigonometry, art, and Valentine's Day come together in a creative activity about parametric equations. Learners calculate several equations before graphing them either by hand, on a graphic calculator, or Excel spreadsheet to curve...

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#### Which Sweet Heart Candy Is the Best Deal?

Get the most Valentine's candy for your money with a fun math activity! After examining three deals for buying candy hearts in bulk, young mathematicians decide which deal is the best and use bar graphs to demonstrate their claim. They...

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#### Measuring to the Nearest Half Inch - Problem Solving 13.2

In this measuring length worksheet, students measure 4 lengths of ribbon to the nearest half inch then use the measurements to solve 3 word problems which require the students to order the measurements and compare measurements.

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#### What Happens During a Heart Attack?

Though heart attacks are common, they don't have to be inevitable. A short video not only details what happens during a heart attack, but also provides suggestions for how to lessen the risk factors for the world's leading killer.

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#### The Heart of the Matter

Upper elementary pupils learn about the blood transportation system and anatomy of the human heart. They fill in an outline of the human heart (not included) focusing on the flow of blood to and from the heart. Using stethoscopes, they...

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#### Heart of the Matter

Hands-on experience with valves and water flow supports young researchers' understanding of valve operation. Attached resources for learners are text-dense; I'd break up the text into smaller pieces for groups to read and present...

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#### Place Value and Powers of Ten - Problem Solving 1.2

Use this place value worksheet to have learners solve six word problems that include writing numbers in expanded, word, or standard form.

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#### Application Problem Using an Equation - Target Heart Rate

Get your heart pumping! A linear equation can compute the target heart rate of an individual based on their age. A thorough lesson demonstrates how to use an equation to calculate the age of an individual given a target heart rate. The...

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#### Applications of Equations - Heart Rate, Simple Interest, Population Growth

Here's a lesson sure to get your heart beating! Scholars learn how to apply equations to solve problems by watching a short YouTube video. They substitute values into given linear and exponential equations to determine values for heart...

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#### Words by Heart: Guided Imagery

Sad, depressed, miserable, inconsolable, forlorn: so many synonyms have a lot of variety with their connotations. Through the guided imagery activity, writers explore the use of connotation and its influence on imagery and description by...

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#### More Chocolate Candy?

Everyone knows that candy is the best part of any holiday—but which holiday's candy gives you the most bang for your buck? Analyze a chocolate heart, a chocolate bat, and a normal piece of chocolate to decide which piece of candy has the...

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#### The Heart of the Matter

Students discuss importance of heart fitness, research essential questions relating to teen fitness, practice using heart rate monitors daily, collect and record information, and analyze information at end of quarter to determine whether...

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#### Valentine Heart Color by Number

This Valentine's Day, give your sweet mathematicians a color-by-number worksheet that has them solving division problems. After solving each problem, individuals color the squares a certain color based on the answer they got. The final...

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#### Line of Symmetry - Problem Solving 16.3

An excellent identifying lines of symmetry word problems worksheet has learners observe and use figures and numbers to answer word problems. They solve five word problems.

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#### Addition Hearts

Two hearts are better than one, I always say. Have your little ones use the numbers and images contained within these hearts to count and add numbers up to ten. There are four problems to solve. Because objects are included along with...

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#### Broken-Heart Matching Game

Learners use this fun game to practice, reinforce, or apply a wide variety of skills around Valentine's Day. Each students receives half a heart with zig-zag cuts made of pink construction paper with a piece of information. Their job is...

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#### Peak Heart Rates

Healthy algebra learners start their day studying peak heart rate posters that look very much like tables. Through some good questioning, collaborative groups work to read between the lines to find other age-peak heart rate relationships...

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#### Heartifacts

Using rates of various heart functions, pupils determine the number of beats and amount of blood pumped for various times. Once they finish that, learners create a problem using the amount of work accomplished by the heart hourly.

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#### Conversation Heart Graphing

Sixth graders review the different types of graphs (bar, line, pictograph) They predict the data set they can garner several boxes of conversation hearts. Students record their data using an Excel spreadsheet. They create a graph based...

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#### Three Bags Full

Sheep are not just for the barnyard: they can be wooly fun in the classroom as well. This curriculum unit includes simple poetry, fluffy arts and crafts, musical fingerplay, a page of word problems, and a wool science experiment. Of...