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Skeletal Structures




Group Members: Briana B., Chaterion R., Crysteona G.





Planning


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KWLS


Know
- Bones need Vitamins such as C and D
- The bones form and grow together as people grow
- Bones store our nutrients and minerals
- Each bone is an organ w/ a connective tissue
- Not all bones in the body are solid

Want To Know

- How many structures are there for the bones?
- Are Cortical and Cancellous bones their own structures?
- Is the bone marrow really an important factor dealing w/ bone structure?
Learned
- There are 22 bones in the head and 33 bones in the spine
- Appendages contains 30 bones each
- That the softer tissues (bones) hang from the body's frame





Outline





The skeleton determines your form. The framework affords a scaffold upon which the muscles work, providing many levers for movement. It houses and protects important organs. It serves as a storage place for minerals and within its narrow cavities are factories for making red and white corpuscles. The skeleton makes up about l8% of your body.

This presentation is to ensure you about our skeletal form and why it's much important needed.

The main parts we will go over are the parts in the structure that keeps our body functional. The Skeletal Structure includes: compact bone, axial skeleton, backbone (spinal column), sacrum, and the appendicular skeleton.


Body




I. First main point
· A. Subpoint
o 1. Sub-subpoint
o 2. Sub-subpoint
· B. Subpoint
o 1. Sub-subpoint
o 2. Sub-subpoint
o 3. Sub-subpoint
II. Second main point
· A. Subpoint
o 1. Sub-subpoint
o 2. Sub-subpoint
· B. Subpoint
o 1. Sub-subpoint
o 2. Sub-subpoint
o 3. Sub-subpoint
· C. Subpoint
Note: The number of main points, subpoints and sub-subpoints you use will vary depending on how much information you have to convey and how much detail and supporting material you need to use. Subpoints and sub-subpoints are comprised of the supporting material you gather in your research.
You should rarely have more than five main points in any presentation.


Conclusion




I. Summary statement - review all of your main points.
II. Concluding statement - prepare a closing statement that ends your presentation smoothly




Draft and Annotated Outline



Presentation and Assessment





Final Presentation