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5-Blood flow test

Page history last edited by Jay 8 years, 10 months ago

THIS IS THE SUB PLAN FOR THE TEACHER SO IT LOOKS DIFFERENT THAN NORMAL.  PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.

 

SPREAD - the students out in class.  They are taking a test.

 

EXPLAIN

- Students are being assigned a project today:  Each student is going to build a small roller coaster

 out of cardboard, hot glue, paper, and tape.  The roller coaster will model circulation.  A marble will travel along the roller coaster from the top (a ventricle which I will assign) to the bottom (the atrium which I will assign).  Mr. Reimer will supply materials and building will being next class. 

 

•  Hilary and Diane will both build a roller coaster to show circulation from right ventrical (top of roller coaster) to left atrium (bottom of roller coaster).  Students should notice that this will include pulmonary circulation.  They have the same assignment, but EACH OF THEM IS DESIGNING AND BUILDING a roller coaster of their own; students will be graded separately.

 

•  Alex, Rachel and Christina will each build a roller coaster to show circulation from left ventrical (top of roller coaster) to right atrium (bottom of roller coaster).  Students should notice that this will include systemic circulation.  They have the same assignment, but EACH OF THEM IS DESIGNING AND BUILDING a roller coaster of their own; students will be graded separately.

TODAY

  • each student should draw their roller coaster plan on white, unlined A4 paper using dark pencil or ink lines andhand their plan in to you (the substitute teacher) before the end of class
  • Each plan will be graded on:
    • including all the structures of the heart assigned to them, including the circulatory system they are assigned.
    • making each part of their "system" represent the real structure.  For example, when the student makes a valve, I will want to see a (and will ask) the student, "How does this part you built represent a valve?  How is it like a real valve?" in terms of structure and in terms of construction/material and in terms of function.
  • contruction will being next class.

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