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If you have extra time, discuss what you think the answers are to these questions:
Introducing the Respiratory System!
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Short lecture using this poster.
Then, read the SRB Chapter.
Purpose: To experience what it feels like when air coming into the lungs is limited. This should give you a sense of what it might be like to live with a respiratory disorder, such as asthma or bronchitis.
Create a blog entry entitled, "Breathing Through Straws."
Take a picture (or several) and place them at the top of the blog entry. (I'd use PhotoBooth.)
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Fill in the boxes as you complete them. Remember follow-up sentences! Take a screen shot of the wide straw observations and a screen shot of the thin straw observation and put them into the blog entry.
I am Robert Gagne, a psychologist from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I am excited to colonize Mars, but worried as well. With any luck, we will create the first successful Martian colony and help save humanity from over-