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1        Report on   The Expert Workshop on   The design and development of outline course package  for DDR Advance Course on Reintegration  (26‐28 October 2009)   Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC)  by   Eugenia Date‐Bah    1.0 Context  This  report  summarises  the  proceedings  of  an  Expert  Workshop  on  Reintegration that took place from 26 to 28 October 2009. It was organised  by  the Kofi Annan  International Peacekeeping Training Centre  (KAIPTC)  in  collaboration  with  the  German  Development  Cooperation  that  provided  technical  and  financial  support.  The  workshop  took  place  against  the  experience of 7 DDR training activities that have been held at KAIPTC since  2003. The workshop's planning benefited from an earlier course review as  well  as  from  thematic  discussions  held  in  the  context  of  the  5th  Annual  Meeting of the Integrated Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration  Training Group (IDDRTG) at KAIPTC, 2‐4 June 2009.
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  • demobilization  and  reintegration
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  • reintegration
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The Human Skeleton
Concept This lesson introduces the students to the human skeleton including the function of the skeleton, some of the main bones and the cells that make up bones.
Activity – the Skeleton
This activity introduces the students to the overall structure of the skeletal system including its main parts and functions.
Materials and Equipment ! Model of a human skeleton or if a model cannot be found, posters of the human skeleton. ! Diagram of the names of the main bones as follows:
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The Human Skeleton
Procedure ! Discuss with the students why we have a skeleton and what are it main functions: ·Shape ·Protection of internal organs ·Support of our organs and flesh ·Movement by attaching to muscles ·Mineral storage such as calcium ·Blood production in the bone marrow ! Have students come up to the model and identify the main bones (use the common and scientific names) and what their specific function is e.g. ·Skull or cranium protects the brain ·Thigh bone or femur allows us to move our legs, supports our upper
Activity – Skeleton Puzzle
Once the students are familiar with the overall structure of the skeleton, this activity can be used to reinforce the main parts in their own time.
Materials and Equipment
! Handout of jumbled bones Handout of bone labels with common and scientific ! names
Procedure ! Following on from the previous activity, by using their own knowledge and by doing their own research, students cut out the bone puzzle and use the labels to correctly label the skeleton. ! Students should also discuss the function of the bones that make up the puzzle based on previous discussions. ! They can present their skeletons to the class in ‘bone groups’ e.g. leg bones, arm bones, head bones, chest bones, pelvic bones.
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Jumbled Bones
The Human Skeleton
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The Human Skeleton Bone Labels
SKULL TOEBONES (CRANIUM)(PHALANGES) FOOT BONESSHIN BONE (METATARSALS) (TIBIA) LOWER JAW BONERIBS (MANDIBLE) (COSTAE) THIGH BONEBACKBONE (FEMUR) (VERTEBRAL  COLUMN) ANKLE BONESKNEECAPS (TARSALS) (PATELLA) INNER FOREARMHIP BONE (RADIUS) (PELVIS) CALF BONEFINGER BONES (FIBULA) (PHALANGES)
TAIL BONE (COCCYX)
COLLAR BONE (CLAVICLE)
HAND BONES (METACARPALS)
WRIST BONES (CARPALS)
BREAST BONE (STERNUM)
ARM BONE (HUMERUS)
OUTER FOREARM (ULNA)
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The Human Skeleton
Activity – What are Bones made of?
This activity and demonstration can be used to introduce the students to the smallest building blocks of bones – bone cells.
Main ideas to introduce to the students: !Skeleton is made up of bones. Bones are in turn made up of bone cells. !All body structures and organs are made up of smaller building blocks or cells that are special to that part of the body. !Bone cells cannot be seen by the naked eye because they are microscopic. You need a microscope to see them. !Cells for a particular body part have a special shape and function for that body part and a specific name.
Materials and Equipment
!If available – light microscopes and slides of bone cells ! In place of a microscope and slides, pictures of bone cells can be used – search the internet for bone cell images. !At this stage can introduce the names of bone cells: osteoclasts and osteoblasts.
Explanation This lesson introduces students to: !The main functions of the human skeleton !The main structures and bones !Bone names  both scientific and common !The concept that bone is made of smaller building blocks – bone cells.
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