Blood: Damage

Blood: Damage

Students are in role as a trainee nurse, treating A&E patients. They have to make models of different types of cells to explain the conditions of the patients to the Health Minister.

Learning objective

  • If we think of living things in terms of organs, tissues and cells we can explain how our bodies work and what goes wrong when we are injured or unwell
  • Individual cells are alive and they work together to keep our whole body alive

    Blueprint curriculum link

    • Unit: Cells
    • Concept: Specialised cells: Multicellular organisms have specialised cells with adaptations to allow them to carry out specific functions
    • Skills: Models: Show the relationships between variables visually
    • Learning stage: Acquire

    Activity contents

    • Teachers guide
    • Powerpoint presentation

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    Blood: Damage

    Really interesting topics for the pupils to do.

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    It worked well inside a previous lesson i have produced. So all good and relevant.

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    Blood: Damage

    Really interesting topics for the pupils to do.

    R
    R.M.

    It worked well inside a previous lesson i have produced. So all good and relevant.