Based on their conclusions and research, the students will give an oral presentation that applies their findings to a lifestyle change.
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Encourage students to choose a topic that shows a lifestyle change based on their research. (Suggested topics: How to Have a Healthy Heart, Plan a Healthy Menu, The Affects of Smoking on Your Heart, Active People Have Lower Heart Rates or Eating Healthy Promotes a Healthy Heart)
Using the data and the resources gathered in lesson four: students will prepare and present a 5 minute oral presentation with a visual aid.
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