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The human body is an amazing, intricate machine. Your body can move and groove, take in beautiful sights and sounds, succulent smells and tastes, and soft feelings. It can perform many actions such as eating, speaking, playing, problem solving, learning and laughing.
While these things are going on, your blood is moving oxygen and nutrients through out your entire body; you have many organs working hard some doing a variety of jobs all at once. The many vital body processes are always hard at work day and night.
The Dallas Childrens' Museum has selected your team of health students to create an interactive exhibit of the body systems. Include information on the endocrine and reproductive systems; the circulatory and respiratory systems; the digestive and urinary systems; & skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Your task is to make an informative video and digital poster to inform the public of the role of the organs within each system, the importance of each system to the function of a healthy human body, and the possible concerns or health risks.
The Human Body Webquest
Follow this PROCESS to Complete your WebQuest:
1. You will be divided into groups where you will be working together to present your final exhibit.
2. Each of you need to choose a different system grouping to research.
2. Choose between an Informational Digital Poster from Glogster.com or Comic Strip from goanimate.com for each system grouping. You need to have a variety of both types for your group.
3. Choose specifically what you want to convey to your reader about your topic and answer the questions that are on the body systems' pages.
4. Your final project should teach the other group members and children of all ages about many aspect of the body systems.
5. Remember to support resources and citation for resources used.
This webquest was created by
April Leslie Hooper
who is the health teacher
at The Academy of Irving ISD. If you have any questions you may contact Ms. Hooper at
I would like to thank Jamie Smith for taking the time to evaluate this webquest and Adam Walton Sanders for his creative input.