This clip describes how cells are organised into tissues, organs, systems and organisms and uses the human body as an example.
The seven life processes are recapped that apply to all living things - movement, reproduction, sensitivity, nutrition, excretion, respiration, growth - this is sometimes abbreviated to MRS NERG.
Students can draw diagrams showing how cells, tissues and organs are different but connected. They choose a plant or animal and relate it to the processes mentioned, and explain how they are carried out and the organs involved in their example. They could draw the organism at various magnifications to illustrate its composition at different levels of detail.