9Choose your Groups! Reset Thinking images! Thinking images! Show your two groups of animals by clicking on the images to change the colour of the frames. Then, explain in the green box below why you chose these two groups.123456Thinking images!ResetThinking images!
10How did you get on? One way of grouping them would be into: animals which breathe with lungselephant, frog, red kiteandanimals which do not breathe with lungsearthworm, wasp and clown fish(The sea anenome in the photo is an animal which does not use lungs for breathing either!)
11The Big Idea Many people get confused between breathing and respirationTHEY ARE NOT THE SAME THING!
12For example:In ‘Artificial Respiration’ (also known as ‘The Kiss of Life’)you can help save someone’s life by helping them tobreathe, but you can’t do their respiration for them.
13Also in a dusty or dangerous atmosphere you might use a respirator to help you to breathe more easily, but it doesn’t do your respiration for you.
14So to find out what you understand about this topic already here’s a Quick Quiz ... There are only 3 questions!Q1 In which part(s) of your body does breathing take place?Q2 In which part(s) of your body does respiration take place?Q3 Which is a chemical process? Breathing? Respiration? or both?
15Quick Quiz answers:Q1 Breathing happens in your lungs, and your muscles in your chest help with this. Your lungs are part of the respiratory system.Q2 Respiration happens in every cell in your body (and in fact every living cell in plants and animals!)Q3 Respiration is a chemical process.(Breathing is a physical process)
16Can you remember how all the parts of the respiratory system fit together? To play a game where you try to connect all the parts of the respiratory system in the correct order ...click here
17Structure of the respiratory system Click here for a tutorial about the structure of the respiratory system. Watch and listen carefully as it ends with a quick quiz!The second link on this slide will only work in schools in Wales or those schools that have a current subscription with Echalk.Now click here to this drag and drop activity on the Respiratory System
18Here’s a list of what you will need to do in your group... Now it’s your go! Your task is to make a working model of your respiratory systemHere’s a list of what you will need to do in your group...Set your success criteria (activity on next screen)Build your working modelDraw and demonstrate your model explaining how it worksDiscuss and record similarities and differences between the model and the real thingReflect on your success criteria
19Setting your success criteria What would a good model of the respiratory system be like?Each person in your group thinks of two success criteria and writes them down on separate sheets/cards (don’t let any one else see them yet!)Place them face down on the tableAs a group turn over all the cards to read the different success criteria and discuss them in your group (some may be the same!)Place them in rank order with the ‘best’ at the topWrite down your group’s four ‘best’ success criteriaNow to make your model......
20Building your modelYou can use: a balloon, a filter funnel and a plastic bottleCan you get your model respiratory system to breathe?Draw your model and label it to show which parts represent the different parts of the respiratory system
21Your model may look something like this Can you describe and explain what is happening in the two photos?
22How is your model similar to and different from the real human respiratory system? Fill in the chart to show similarities and differencesModel human respiratory systemReal life human respiratory system
23Reflecting on Success Criteria Use this chart to think about your Success Criteria for the model making activityOur Success Criteria were ...How far did we meet the Success Criteria?Why do we think that?How would we refine our Success Criteria if we made the model again?Our Success Criteria were ...How far did we meet the Success Criteria?Why do we think that?How would we refine our Success Criteria if we made the model again?
24Click here for an animation to see and hear how it happens How does the respiratory system work?How breathing happens is quite complicated!It’s all to do with pressure changes in the chest.Click here for an animation to see and hear how it happens
25In what order does everything happen? Click on each box to until you sort the correct order of events in Breathing in and Breathing out!Breathing inBREATHING OUTDiaphragm muscle contractsAir rushes into lungs1chest moves up and outIntercostal muscles contractchest volume increasesPressure inside chest decreasesDiaphragm muscle relaxesChest volume decreasesPressure in chest increasesChest moves down and inAir rushes out of lungs1Intercostal muscles relax2Pressure inside chest decreaseschest moves up and outAir rushes into lungschest volume increasesDiaphragm muscle contractsIntercostal muscles contractChest volume decreasesChest moves down and inPressure in chest increasesDiaphragm muscle relaxesIntercostal muscles relaxAir rushes out of lungs2Air rushes into lungschest volume increasesDiaphragm muscle contracts3Pressure inside chest decreasesIntercostal muscles contractchest moves up and outIntercostal muscles relaxChest moves down and inPressure in chest increasesDiaphragm muscle relaxesChest volume decreasesAir rushes out of lungs3Intercostal muscles contractchest volume increaseschest moves up and outPressure inside chest decreasesAir rushes into lungs4Diaphragm muscle contractsIntercostal muscles relaxChest volume decreasesChest moves down and inPressure in chest increasesDiaphragm muscle relaxesAir rushes out of lungs4chest moves up and outIntercostal muscles contractAir rushes into lungsPressure inside chest decreasesDiaphragm muscle contracts5chest volume increasesIntercostal muscles relaxChest volume decreasesChest moves down and inPressure in chest increasesDiaphragm muscle relaxesAir rushes out of lungs5Pressure inside chest decreases6chest moves up and outIntercostal muscles contractDiaphragm muscle contractschest volume increasesAir rushes into lungsChest moves down and in6Pressure in chest increasesAir rushes out of lungsDiaphragm muscle relaxesIntercostal muscles relaxChest volume decreasesShow solutionHide solutionShow solutionHide solution
26In what order does everything happen? Click on each box to until you sort the correct order of events in Breathing in and Breathing out!Diaphragm muscle contractsBreathing inIntercostal muscles contractChest moves up and outChest volume increasesPressure inside chest decreasesAir rushes into lungsDiaphragm muscle relaxesBREATHING OUTIntercostal muscles relaxChest moves down and inChest volume decreasesPressure in chest increasesAir rushes out of lungs
27Information about respiration This is a chemical processIt happens all the time in every cell in all animals and plantsIt happens so cells can get the energy they needThe most active cells do the most respirationSome of the millions of cells in the lining of the human gutgutIndividual human cellsSome of the millions of cells in a stem of a plantBy euthmanBy GreenRonBy euthman
28What chemicals does respiration need? Basically ... a type of fuel and a gas to “burn” it withCarbohydrate (actually glucose, a type of sugar) is the fuel our body usesOxygen is the gas used to “burn” itThey react together inside cells to release the energy they need
29Which chemicals are formed during respiration? They are the same chemicals formed when wood or other fuels are burned, so that’s...Carbon dioxideWaterThe word equation for the reaction is:oxygen + glucose carbon + water +dioxideIn the next few slides you will be able to compare the amount of energy released when different foods are burned.energy
30EnquiryIn this enquiry you will be burning some snack foods to compare how much energy they release.What could we measure to get an idea of how much energy is in the food?
31EnquiryIn this enquiry you will be able to collect the heat energy from the burning food in a tube of water, and then work out the temperature rise of the water.The equipment will be set up like this.You will be able to change the:type of foodmass of foodvolume of water in the tube
32Enquiry Thinking about the variables in your enquiry... Independent variableDependent variableKeep the same for fair test
33Think about how you will record your results EnquiryThink about how you will record your resultsRemember you are investigating which snack food contains most energy. There will be three foods to investigate: Biscuits, Frazzles and Hula Hoops. You will need to design a chart to record your results! Make sure you carry out fair tests!
35Follow up from the Burning Food experiment The Burning Food experiment gives an idea of what is happening in our cells during respiration.What have you learned from your results?Draw one or more graphs to show your results.*********How do our bodies use the energy from respiration?What could happen if we eat too much snack food and don’t use up the energy ?Maybe you will get the chance to do the experiment for real!This slide goes immediately after the Burning Food animation. Slide 35 in my version.
36Here’s a quick reminder of the chemical reaction happening in respiration Click on the chemicals and drag them to the correct placescarbon dioxideenergyglucosewateroxygen
37Here’s a quick reminder of the chemical reaction happening in respiration energycarbon dioxideoxygenglucosewater
38Look at these words and statements carefully. Some are about breathing, some are about respiration and some are about bothHappens 24/7 in our bodiesUses up glucoseHappens in oak treesHappens in fishIs a type of burningProduces carbon dioxideHappens in every cellEnergy is releasedIs a chemical processHappens because muscles contract and relaxIs a physical processWe have lungs to do thisIn the next activity you will use a Venn diagram to help sort the statements into the different groups(Statements also available as word doc. so cards can be made for learners to arrange on paper version of Venn diagram )
39Check your understanding by dragging the words and statements into the correct parts of the Venn diagramUses up glucoseIs a physical processWe have lungs to do thisIs a type of burningHappens because muscles contract and relaxProduces carbon dioxideHappens in fishEnergy is releasedIs a chemical processHappens 24/7i n our bodyHappens in oak trees
40Reflection triangleReflection Triangle to help you think about your work - Start at the base of the triangle and add in your ideasWhen might you use these strategies again?How will they help you investigate and learn in new situations?What strategies did you use?How did they help you with your learning?Why?Explain why this was (or was not!) a good ideaDid you work on your own or in a group?
41Thinking more about breathing ... In what situations might we need help with our breathing?in sports?in hospitals?in workplaces?Choose one of these situations (or think of another of your own)Research and explain how science has helped us to breathe in these situations