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Junior Activity Week 
​​Lesson 2: Physical Changes during Puberty 
 
​​Lesson 2 Learning Objectives
By the end of this lesson:

-Students will be able to identify parts of the body that change at puberty (physical)

-Students will be able to understand that puberty affects individuals at different times and in different ways.

-Students will be able to identify emotional changes at puberty
  
Have you completed your title page?
 
Recap ground rules
 
Open up your puberty document and read over the ground rules you created at the start of the last lesson. Make sure you are thinking about these rules during today's class. Keep the class environment safe.
 
Question Box - Socrative App
You need to download the Socrative student app do that now. Make sure you have the right app use the following picture to help you.
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During the term you will be given opportunities to ask anonymous questions that you have about aspects of puberty in a 'question box'. Your teacher will aim to answer these questions throughout the term. These questions need to be serious as this maybe one of the only safe environments you get to find out this information. Your teacher will give you numerous opportunities throughout the term to add to the box.
 
Your teacher will now explain how to use the app and get you to start the box off with some questions.​

Changes to your body?
 
Males and Females both go through a variety of different physical changes during puberty which are unique to each sex. The following activity will help you to identify some of these changes. 

​Female Changes
Activity 1:  Identify parts of the body that change physically at puberty for a female
Write the tittle "Female Physical Changes During Puberty". Copy and paste the following picture into your puberty document/presentation and write 1-8 down your page underneath. Choose the 8 physical changes that you believe occur to females during puberty. (If you cannot copy and paste the picture write 1-8 down your page and use the picture below to choose the 8 physical changes that you believe occur to females during puberty).
  
 
Now complete the same activity but identify physical parts of the body that change at puberty for a male.
 
    
 
Activity 2: Mix and Match. Copy and paste into your puberty document/presentation and match the change with the correct definition. 

 

 
Female and Male Body Parts
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Female Reproductive System
Copy the diagram into your puberty document/presentation.
Under the picture list each part:
           Vagina- The vagina is a canal that joins the cervix (the lower part of uterus) to the outside of the                                body. It also is known as the birth canal.
           Uterus-
           Cervix-
           Fallopian Tubes-
           Ovaries-

Scan or click the QR code this will take you to a website where you can find the information that explains each part of the female reproductive system. Write down what each part does as an example I have done the first one for you.
 
Male Reproductive System
Copy the diagram into your puberty document/presentation.
 
Under the picture list each part:

           Prostate-
           Urethra-the tube that transports semen and urine out of the penis 
           Penis-
           Testicle- 
           Scrotum- 

Scan or click the QR code this will take you to a website where you can find the information that explains each part of the female reproductive system. Write down what each part does as an example I have done the first one for you.
  


Brain Teaser
 
 
 
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