A Ninth Grade Teaching Unit on Human Embryology
Frank Caparulo and Kathleen London
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Lesson 2 Male Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
that male’s reproductive system is both internal and external
that the male’s system is just as complicated as
the female’s reproductive system
MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
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Title of Lesson: Labelling and Explaining the Male’s Reproductive System
Introduction: There are a lots of myths and nisconceptions having to do with the male’s reproductive system, for instances, there are those who say that a man has just so many ejaculations in a life time and that he should be careful not to waste them, or that penis sex makes a difference as to sexual performance, both are false. During this lesson you will receive the facts about the male’s internal and external reproductive organs,
To the teacher:
Reproduce the diagram on the next page and go over it with the students in class to be sure that everyone understands all of the parts of the male’s reproductive anatomy. Be sure that all of the students understand what each part does, it is necessary to go over this in order to understand conception and fertilization.