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Face Painting - Tip for Teaching Anatomy: Nerves
Grade Level(s): 12+
Submitted by: Pearlie

When I am teaching the nerves of the head and neck in my anatomy class, I put my students into groups and hand out a photocopy photograph of my face or the face of a famous person. Each group is to complete a drawing of their assigned nerves on the photograph. They enjoy this exercise because it gives them a chance to draw on my photo. They have fun and at the same time they actually learn the details of the nerves.



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