The Skeletal System teaching resources

By Michael Demetriou

The human skeleton is the internal framework of the human body. It performs many key functions including protecting and supporting internal organs and facilitating movement. This new five-part series combines detailed animations with clear explanations, giving learners a thorough understanding of key features of the skeleton. This series is ideal for middle to senior secondary biology students.

Functions of the human skeleton

The skeleton plays a crucial role in all vertebrates, including humans. This video introduces viewers to the role of the human skeleton, covering the key functions of shape, movement, protection, blood cell production and mineral storage. Detailed animated graphics paired with clear definitions and examples makes this essential viewing for secondary students studying the human body.

Series: Systems of the Human Body: Skeletal Systems
Production Year: 2020
Audience: Secondary, Tertiary
Subject: Biology

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