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function of regulator Respiratory System Lesson

by:KEBO      2019-10-25
This is part 6 of Part 7.Unit study of human anatomy.Create a model of the lungs, measure the lung capacity, dissect the lungs, play a breathing relay race and more!These courses are for the fourth.Children in grade 5 and their brothers and sisters.They were created by another creative mom we worked with every week at home school.op.We meet 1/2 hours a week with 33 children under the age of 113.
Use these fun lessons with your classroom, family, after-school lessons, camp or collaborationop!

1.Pray.Read and discuss Ezekiel 37: 1-14.
2.Review the system of the body.
3.Let the children count how many times they breathe in a minute.Lead them to figure out how many times they breathe every day.(Multiply numbers by 1,440.) Discuss how breathing is voluntary and involuntary.
4.Discuss what the air they breathe (78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and many other gases and items such as dust, pollen, bacteria and viruses, chemicals, etc ).).Ask the child to lift his nose in a mirror and describe what they see.God designed filters for us to prevent many unwanted things from reaching our lungs: our nose hair.



5.Mention how mucus captures some particles that we don't want to get into the lungs.Demonstrate how this works, but use a vacuum cleaner to suck away small items (sand, pepper slices, etc ).) from a plate.Pour more things into the plate.Then cover the nozzle with a wet paper towel with a small amount of Elmer's glue on the paper towel.This is the mucus in our nose.Try to vacuum the small items again.Most items stick to glue.Covered paper towels.In the same way, the mucus in our nose will gather something (dust, pollen, etc ).So they don't get into our lungs.



6.[Show a picture of the eyelashes.] Mucus may be able to capture tiny intruders, but they will be stuck in your body if it's not because of the hairs --It's like the hair is constantly swinging around in order to push the mucus and other unwanted things to the throat so that it can go through your stomach, where your stomach acid will kill most of the bacteria and eventually get your body out of them.
-There are also a series of twists and turns in your nasal cavity that will hit the surrounding air to remove some unwanted particles.Because it has twists and turns like a conch shell, it is called conch.If you have a conch shell, [show the conch shell] and the conch shell in your nose.In addition to removing some unwanted air particles, this air whirlpool helps to heat the air in order to breathe more comfortably.
-[Show the picture of the sinus cavity.] There are also sinus cavities in your head, which are holes and are also helpful for moisturizing, heating and filtering the air.



7.When you breathe in the air, it enters your throat in three parts.The first part is the throat.Ask the child to check their uvula with a mirror, which is part of their nasal cavity.The other two parts are oral and throat (hereinafter referred to as throat ).Let the child feel their throat, the "Adam's apple" on the throat ".


8.Explain how the vocal cords produce sound.Let the child place two rubber bands of the same length (one wide and one thin) on a container, then remove them to listen to the difference in spacing.You can add more rubber bands of different lengths and widths if needed.



9.Next, the air enters your trachea.Let the children feel the trachea cartilage ring on their neck.Give each child a straw, let them cover the bottom, breathe in deeply, and try to crush the straw.When you breathe in, the cartilage ring prevents the trachea from collapsing.
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10.Discuss the strategy of Heimlech.If you are comfortable with your student trying it, allow them to practice gently on their partner.The kids hurt each other if they don't do it properly, so make sure they know what to do and know to do it gently.In some cases, children use the Heimlech strategy to save their younger siblings or suffocating friends.

11.The function of the lung, fine trachea and small bubble is mentioned.Let the child cut out the lungs from the above worksheet.Stick it on paper bags.Let them stick the label next to the part.Use a sponge to dilute the red temperature/poster board/finger paint and paint the lungs red.Sponge textures remind them that there are sponges inside the lungs due to all the air pockets.They should then place a small blue dot at the end of each fine trachea with a small finger.This will be the lungs.
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12.[Lift two strings of grapes.Ask, what do you think these represent?Answer is allowed.These are things that represent your lungs.What is the main stem?The larger stem diverts into the smaller stem, what does this mean?(Fine trachea) at the end of the small stem is a small bag, they get the oxygen you need from the air, enter your blood, they produce waste (carbon dioxide) coming out of the bloodWhat do these grapes represent?(Alveoli) as a snack today, distribute a small grape to each child.



13.Each individual bubble is covered with tiny blood vessels that have only one cell thick wall.When the blood passes through these tiny blood vessels, Oxygen penetrates into the blood cells from small pores through the blood vessel walls.Blood cells carrying carbon dioxide (remember the waste they collect from the tissue) give up carbon dioxide, which goes through the walls of the blood vessels and into small holes so that it can be called out.In small dens, carbon dioxide is present in the blood as oxygen.The blood that enters your lungs is low in oxygen, because it supplies oxygen to the tissue that requires oxygen.It will return to your lungs to get more oxygen and use it to exchange waste picked up along the way.Let the children repeat, put oxygen in, and put carbon dioxide out.
-The main function of the respiratory system is to provide oxygen for red blood cells so that they can deliver oxygen to other parts of the body.Red blood cells are a bit like transport trucks that transport oxygen from the lungs to other parts of the body and bring carbon dioxide back from the body to the lungs where it can be breathed.
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i.Divide everyone into three groups.
ii.Each group is an organ of the body.Give the child 10 blue circles with carbon dioxide written on them (2 small circles with carbon dioxide ).Let the "body organs" children of each team line up and sit down because they can't move.If needed, pass a photo of the body's organs and attach it to a person's shirt.We use pictures of the brain, kidneys, and hearts because they consume the most oxygen.(The brain consumes 25% of the body's oxygen, the kidney consumes 15% of the oxygen, and the heart consumes 7% of the oxygen.
iii.The second person in each team will be the lungs of the team.Put a photo of the figure of the lungs on their shirt, then write 10 red or pink circles on it (two small circles with oxygen ).All children will be lined up to face their body organ team members and will sit down as they cannot move.Put the trash can next to the "lunch" children.
iv.The third person in the team is red blood cells.Wear red shirts for those people.The man will be the only one who can move.He/she will run between his/her teammates (body organs and lungs.The teammate of the red blood cell will grab 1 oxygen molecule from his lungs, and then hand it over to the "body organ" teammate to extract 1 carbon dioxide from the "body organ" teammate, and pass the carbon dioxide molecules to teammates.
(If you don't have enough red shirts, you can make red blood cell headband with a drawing of the delivery truck on each headband.
v.Teammates will hand over another oxygen molecule to "red blood cells" and pass it on to "body organs" teammates.At the same time, teammates will blow the carbon dioxide molecule (call out the carbon dioxide molecule) and throw it into the trash can.
vi.The first team to deliver all 10 oxygen molecules to the body organs and remove all 10 carbon dioxide molecules won.
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14.Measure lung capacity.Discuss the causes of increased or decreased lung capacity and lung capacity.Ask if anyone has an idea of how we measure it.Fill each child with water in a container such as a kettle or a 2L bottle.Let them put the water container in a large bowl.Top each container out with a water tank to fill it with edges.Let each child put a straw in the water, take a deep breath, and then blow a deep breath until they can breathe again.
Emphasize not to breathe repeatedly.
The water will be poured out of the container holding water and poured into the mixing bowl.Let the children pour the water in the mixing bowl into the liquid measuring cup.This is their vital capacity.Is there any difference between children active in sports and children not active?Is there a clear difference between young and older children?



15.Explain how the lungs hold and release air like balloons.Blow up a balloon and release the air to help the children imagine this.More participation in breathing.Explain briefly how the diaphragm makes your lungs breathe in and out of the muscles.Make a working model of the lung and diaphragm.Cut the neck of the balloon and extend it to the bottom of the bottle (the part that was cut ).Place the second balloon at the top of the opening of the bottle and fold the opening part of the balloon over the top of the bottle.Add a straw to the balloon as a trachea if needed.By pushing and pulling the bottom balloon (diaphragm), the balloon inside the bottle (lung) fills the air and loses the air.Plastic water bottles can be compared with protective rib cages.
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16.Anatomy of the lungs and trachea.If required, allow the children to inflate by inserting a straw into the lungs and blowing into the lungs.However, if they do, they have to make sure they don't breathe in!You can also cut a part and put it in a glass of water and squeeze it to show the bubbles that come out of it.

We covered the table and put a part of the lungs and trachea on a hard plastic disposable plate.I used the peeling knife on the Dollar Tree as a scalpel.I watched the YouTube video to help me prepare what to say.

We got the deer's lungs and trachea from the Hunter.We frozen it up and it thawed well.
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17.Review what we learned today.


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Create edible DNA models, make models inside the bones, dissect Deer organs, and create working models of the respiratory system, in this interesting 7-Unit 8 of human anatomy!(Optional courses including genetics and DNA.

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