Go to this page to use the links: http://psolarz.weebly.com/colonize-mars1/2-what-do-you-already-know-about-mars
Click here for the links: http://psolarz.weebly.com/colonize-mars1/1-introduce-the-simulation
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with your d25 sign-on and your 151 _ _ _ _ password.
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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Go to: http://sd25.sciencecompanionprime.com/tutti/content/activity/launchViewer.svc?activityId=7366CF1A08B9495AAF263BDA79698E80
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.
Lesson 8 - Circulatory System
- Complete "Your Beating Heart" activity.
- Create a graph of your data on Create-A-Graph.
- Save it as a JPG.
- Embed it on a blog entry entitled, "Delivering What Muscles Need."
- Write a reflection paragraph regarding this activity. What did you do and what did you learn? What was fun? What was tough? Feel free to add more to your paragraph!
- Then answer each question below with more than one sentence each (Lead Off and a Follow Up).
- If there is extra time, go over the Circulatory System poster (you need to be signed in to Science Companion first).
- Have a discussion about the Circulatory System.
- Have kids read Chapter 7 in their SRB's.
Put your graph onto a new blog post. Then answer these questions:
1. Embed your YouTube video that explains the parts of your elbow joint at the top of a blog post entitled, "Creating an Elbow Joint."
2. Below it, answer the following questions:
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Read SRB Chapter 2: http://sd25.sciencecompanionprime.com/tutti/apps/mediavault/openFile.svc?fileId=195BD06CACF0430AA4FD3670622C4F16
Solve the riddles on this page: http://sd25.sciencecompanionprime.com/tutti/content/activity/launchViewer.svc?activityId=7C71BB138D6B4E9F8F69F8A0ADF7B2D7&reviewUserId=&getUserData=1&doSave=1&readOnly=0
Here is a skeleton diagram to help: http://sd25.sciencecompanionprime.com/tutti/apps/mediavault/openFile.svc?fileId=D1CB906BED2C4C9091C38E1335CD6454
Create a blog entry entitled, "How Do Our Bones Move?"
Complete the class activity: https://educate.intel.com/workspace/student/loginpage.aspx?LID=en
Take a screen shot of the Intel Chart and embed it on this entry.
Answer the following Reflection Questions:
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-