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Mar
29
2017

Year 8 Focus Study: Science, Body Systems


Year 8 Science Focus Study on Body Systems begins on Monday 3rd of April and will continue on after the return from school holidays , concluding on Wednesday 3rd of May. Detailed information about the topic has been sent to parents via email and additional information is located on the students’ Google Classroom.

A brief overview is outlined below:

In this unit, students will learn to describe the role of human body systems. They will be able to explain how systems work together to provide cells with gases, nutrients and water, and to remove cell wastes. Students will identify the materials required for respiration, research how scientific evidence helps in solving human health issues and real world problems, and describe how developments in technology, such as organ transplantation, artificial joints and limbs, and treatment for diabetes, asthma, kidney or heart disease, have led to a contemporary issue. Material identified in the New South Wales syllabus as ‘Additional’ is to propose reasons why society should support biological research.

We are looking forward to a journey into the workings of the human body.

Sharon






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