"The Incredible Machine" Inquiry Unit—Year 7
The human body is a fantastic piece of work. It is science and art rolled into one, and no other machine on Earth compares to its complexity and functionality. Medical science and research have significantly benefited from us being able to explore the inside of the body using observation techniques involving nanotechnology.
This rapidly growing field of science is poised to go even further in the years to come. But what if you could go deeper? What if you could explore the human body systems and experience them as though it were an exciting and educational adventure? What would that look like to you as a fascinating science lesson aimed at younger audiences?
Transport yourself into the future, where exploratory medical science has developed considerably. You are part of a team working at a science centre, and your team teaches children about human anatomy in a hyper-realistic simulator. You do this by sending “nanobots” into a simulator that functions precisely like a real, healthy human body. From there, you can visit anywhere in the body and see “the incredible machine” in action—any system or organ you want to visit, you can. It’s your team’s job to explain fully to fascinated young children how things work in the different systems of the body and give them the ride of their life at the same time. How would such an epic interactive journey look?
You and your friends will be giving these educational tours using an anatomical simulation. Make the journey you take the children on exciting, informative, and truly memorable.
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