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Human Body Assembly Best suited for year 6 You will need: White shirts/ science lab coats Clipboards Trousers and shirt with Headmaster’s photo attached 6 children dressed in red (red blood cells) 6 children dressed in white (white blood cells) 6 children dressed in black (disease) Shower cap for ‘Brain’. Maybe a large badge of some sort saying ‘Brain’ Some sort of sash/badge saying lungs for lungs Some sort of sash/badge saying muscle for muscle Balloons Digi blue camera (not vital) Projector (not vital) Music – Eye of the Tiger Mr Blobby Phantom of the Opera Glockenspiels and drum 6J Assembly Professor Ivor Nidea: Good morning children, my name is Professor Ivor Nidea. I am the Managing Director of the Department of Body Studies, situated in the grounds of Polegate School. This morning my team will show you some interesting experiments that we have conducted whilst exploring the human body. Here is my good friend, Doctor T. Pott, head of the Skeletal Exploration team. Good morning! Doctor T. Pott: Good morning Professor Nidea, good morning children. As Professor Ivor Nidea explained, I am the head of Skeletal exploration at the Department of Body Studies and today we are going to teach you a little about the Skeletal system.
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Before we start I would like to introduce you to my assistants, Mr E. Tale and Miss T. Fying. (Tale and Fying enter)
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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