Using Imagery to Introduce the Endocrine System: Science, Health, Anatomy, Hormones
Students use their imagination to make their body's protective systems go into action, thereby giving an actual experience of what the Endocrine System can do. A teacher guided simulation serves as a springboard for discussion.
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Using Imagery To Introduce the Endocrine System
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