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Scheme of Work

The human body

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KS2




Introduction:

This set of activities is about understanding parts of the body and what they do.



Part 1 is on the skeleton and muscles; it gets pupils to think about how a skeleton does the different things it needs to.

Part 2 is on digestion and how the body gets what it needs from food.

Part 3 is on circulation and how this system works.

All three sections are directly related to the ‘Inside the Human Body’ interactive tool, which can be used before, during or after working on the activities with the pupils.




Overall learning objectives

Overall learning outcomes


Part 1 – The Skeleton-muscular system

To understand the functions of the skeleton

To be able to explain various features of the skeleton

To relate images of bones, muscles and joints to diagrams and the body




Part 1 – The Skeleton-muscular system

To clearly identify the key features of the skeleton

To explain the form and function of parts of the skeleton



Part 2 – The Digestive System

To identify parts of the digestive system

To describe their function



Part 2 – The Digestive System

To describe what happens to food as it goes through the body




Part 3 – The Circulatory System

To describe how the circulatory system works

To describe the purpose of the main parts of the circulatory system



Part 3 – The Circulatory System

To be able to explain what the circulatory system does and how




Curriculum learning objectives:

The human body will support the following national curriculum learning objectives at KS2.


Science:

Pupils should be taught to:

identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement (Part 1)

describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans (Part 2)

identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions (Part 2)

identify and name the main parts of the human circulatory system, and describe the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood (Part 3)

describe the ways in which nutrients are transported within humans (Part 3)




Part 1

The skeleton-muscular system


Introduction:

This series of activities is designed to run over several lessons and to involve pupils in a range of learning activities relating to the human body. Some of these activities make use of the Siemens Education resource ‘Inside the Human Body’ interactive tool. Others make use of different materials. The ideas are divided into episodes which can be drawn upon as appropriate.




Overall learning objectives

Overall learning outcomes

To understand the functions of the skeleton

To be able to explain various features of the skeleton

To relate images of bones, muscles and joints to diagrams and the body


To clearly identify the key features of the skeleton

To explain the form and function of parts of the skeleton



Curriculum learning objectives:

The human body will support the following national curriculum learning objectives at KS2.


Science:

Pupils should be taught to:

identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement


Resources required:

Pictures of invertebrates

Image of a human body


Part 1, Episode 1 contd

The skeleton-muscular system


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