Our Body

Anatomy and Physiology Learning Modules


 The College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota has created this interactive and engaging set of resources designed to help students learn about anatomy and physiology. Along with the learning modules, visitors can also take part in the rather fun "Anatomy Bowl". Here visitors can take on topics like biochemistry, the heart, and the reproductive system in a format that is quite similar to a certain popular television game show. Moving along, there's the "Self Test" section. Here visitors can take quizzes of varying lengths designed to test their knowledge of fifteen different subjects, including the endocrine system and the lymphatic system. The site also contains a "Timed Tests" area and a more comprehensive "Quiz Bowl" which allows visitors the opportunity to answer seventeen questions across a myriad of topics.

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Mining Extraction Methods

Open Pit Mining


Underground mining

Placer Mining
Placer Mining

French Alphabet Song


Watch the video to help practice the letters of the alphabet, then listen to the examples of words to learn the sounds the letters make.



Ancient Chinese moving piece puzzle, consisting of 7 pieces made using 3 basic geometric shapes.  There are two large, one medium and two small triangles, one square and one parallelogram.

We have been learning about shapes (2D) and sorting them by attributes.  

Well I found a great website, that lets you manipulate the pieces by FLIPPING or TURNING them right on your computer screen.  Once you figure out how to do that, try  to create different shapes using just two pieces of the tangrams.

Can you make a square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, trapeziod?

Once you've done that, click on one of the puzzles at the bottom.  Be prepared to be challenged, and stumped at times, but don't give up!

Give it a try by clicking here.

French in the Lab

Today we are going to practice listening to and recognizing the letters in the l'alphabet francais.

Please click here.  Then under the L'alphabet heading click on vocabularie to practice the letters in French. Make sure you have your headphones.  When you are ready you can try the exercice section.  In this section, the computer will name a letter and you will have to click on the letter named.



Today I want you to write a paragraph about yourself.  What do you want to share with others about yourself?  What do you like to do?  What are your favourite things?  Who is part of your family?

Please write your paragraph here.  When you write your paragraph write it as if someone else is writing it about you.  So instead of saying, "I like playing hockey."  say, "Mrs. Loland likes playing hockey."

When you are finished click 'Go'.

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