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Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)
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Inside your Body (Simple Anatomy)

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This is about human anatomy. For SHS grade X

This is about human anatomy. For SHS grade X

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  • 1. INSIDE YOUR BODY TITLE : SIMPLE ANATOMY By: I G A A Widiyani Eka Putri NPM. 10-3854 2’nd GRADE STUDENTS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SECOND SEMESTER) JULI 2013 THE FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MAHASARASWATI DENPASAR UNIVERSITY 2013 CLICK TO START !!
  • 2. SIMPLE ANATOMY THE FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MAHASARASWATI DENPASAR UNIVERSITY 2013 LISTENING SPEAKING READING WRITING SKILLS
  • 3. NEXT Simple Anatomy BLADDER The organ inside the body of a person, where urine is store before it leaves the body. 1
  • 4. NEXT Simple Anatomy BONE The hard parts inside a human or animal that make up its frame. 2
  • 5. NEXT Simple Anatomy BRAIN The organ inside the head that controls thought, memory, feelings and activity. 3
  • 6. NEXT Simple Anatomy DIGESTIVE SYSTEM The organs in your body that digest food. 4
  • 7. NEXT Simple Anatomy EAR The ear is made up of three different sections: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. These parts all work together so you can hear and process sounds. 5
  • 8. NEXT Simple Anatomy EYE 'The eyes takes in information about the world around you - shapes, colours, movement, and more. Then they send the information to your brain. 6
  • 9. NEXT Simple Anatomy HEART The heart sends blood around the body. The blood provides oxygen and nutrients to the body. 7
  • 10. NEXT Simple Anatomy KIDNEY One of the main jobs of the kidneys is to filter the waste out of the blood. 8
  • 11. NEXT Simple Anatomy LIVER A large organ in the body which cleans the blood and produces bile (a bitter yellow liquid which helps to digest fat). 9
  • 12. NEXT Simple Anatomy LUNGS The lungs are one of the largest organs in the body, they work with the respiratory system to take in fresh air, and get rid of stale air. 10
  • 13. NEXT Simple Anatomy MOUTH The opening in the face which consists of the lips and the space between them, or the space behind which contains the teeth and the tongue. 11
  • 14. NEXT Simple Anatomy SKELETON The frame of bones that support the body. 12
  • 15. NEXT Simple Anatomy SPINE The line of bones down the centre of the back that provides support for the body. 13
  • 16. NEXT Simple Anatomy TEETH The hard white objects in the mouth, which are used for biting and chewing. 14
  • 17. NEXT Simple Anatomy URINARY TRACT The parts of the body which produce and carry urine. 15
  • 18. TEST OF VOCABULARY 1. Anatomy : Anatomi 11. Oxygen : Oksigen 2. Organ : Organ 12. Nutrients : Nutrisi 3. Urine : Urin 13. Kidney : Ginjal 4. Bone : Tulang 14. Filter : Penyaring 5. Control : Kendali 15. Liquid : Cairan 6. Digest : Intisari 16. Respirator : Respirator 7. Hear : Mendengar 17. Stale : Basi 8. Movement : Gerakan 18. Rid : Menyingkirkan 9. Blood : Darah 19. Tongue : Lidah 10. Body : Tubuh 20. Produce : Menghasilkan NEXT Simple Anatomy
  • 19. GRAMMAR NEXT Simple Anatomy Grammar that use in this chapter is Simple Present Tense. Because in writing, the students asked to write a descriptive text about Bones. As we know, the tense thas use to make a descriptive text is Simple Present Tense.
  • 20. FUNCTION OF LANGUAGE NEXT Simple Anatomy The language function that used in this chapter is Asking Question and Giving Information. Because in speaking exercise the students asked to make a dialogue with her/his partner about Bones and present it in front of the class.
  • 21. Simple Anatomy LISTENING EXERCISE (FILL IN THE BLANKS) The Bone Song By Animaniacs Everybody knows about the ankle .......... connected To the other bones you have inside your leg. And everybody knows, it's true, Without the bones inside of you... Your body would become a ................ egg. So the toe bone's connected to the .................... And the foot bone's connected to the ......................... And the slide is connected to the Trom-bone! The structure of the .............. body's Something quite unique And I'd imagine all the bones inside Connected to each other In a complex distribution Formed by years of evolution And there still is some confusion Over how it came to be. The foot and ......... and ankle Help us walk. We should be thankful They're connected to the lower leg Or else we'd all fall down. And here's the tibia, the shin bone And the ............ is ingrown To the back of the patella, Which is also called the knee. Knee knee knee knee knee knee knee, Knee knee knee knee knee knee knee, Knee knee knee knee knee knee knee, Knee knee knee knee knee! Here we classify bone As the femur or the thigh bone. It's connected to the pelvis Or the lower ............. region. Up the sacrum to the vertebrae And doctors all prefer to say The sternum or the ................. When they're talkin' 'bout your ribs. The finger bones are numerous. The upper arm's the humerus. The forearm's got two pieces Called the radius and the ulna. Then the scapula and clavicle... The maxilla and mandible... The nasal and the frontal bone And cranium on top. The skeleton is really great. It helps your body stand up straight. Without it, all your ............. and guts Would fall out on the floor!
  • 22. 1. Bone 6. Toes 2. Srambled 7. Fibula 3. Foot bone 8. Lumbar 4. Ankle bone 9. Thorax 5. Human 10. Brains NEXT Simple Anatomy LISTENING EXERCISE (FILL IN THE BLANKS) KEY ANSWER :
  • 23. SKILLS Instruction : - Every students make a group consist of 2 students. - Please make a dialogue with your partner about bones. - Present it in front of the class ! NEXT Simple Anatomy SPEAKING SPEAKING EXERCISE
  • 24. SKILLS NEXT Simple Anatomy READING Bones are rigid organs that constitute part of the endoskeleton of vertebrates. They support and protect the various organs of the body, produce red and white blood cells and store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. Bones come in a variety of shapes and have a complex internal and external structure, are lightweight yet strong and hard, and serve multiple functions. One of the types of tissue that makes up bone is the mineralized osseous tissue, also called bone tissue, that gives it rigidity and a coral-like three-dimensional internal structure. Other types of tissue found in bones include marrow, endosteum, periosteum, nerves, blood vessels and cartilage. At birth, there are over 270 bones in an infant human's body, but many of these fuse together as the child grows, leaving a total of 206 separate bones in an adult. The largest bone in the human body is the femur and the smallest bones are auditory ossicles.
  • 25. Answer the questions bellow based on the text above ! NEXT Simple Anatomy READING EXERCISE 1. What is the definition of bones? 2. What is the function of bones? 3. What is bone tissue? 4. Which the type of tissue that makes the bone up? 5. How many bones in an infant humans’ body? Good Luck..
  • 26. SKILLS Instruction : - Work individually. - Please make a descriptive text about bones. - Find all the information that you need to support your task. NEXT Simple Anatomy WRITING WRITING EXERCISE
  • 27. FINISH !! Simple Anatomy THANK YOU...

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