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1 Welcome to... The Heart of the Matter

2 This presentation contains a sequence questions about your heart and circulation system. For each question you will have two answer options. Good luck. Don’t worry, you won’t have to write anything down for this. Your teacher will explain to you how you will need to give your answer.

3 Question 1 a. Systemic circuit b. Electric circuit Human beings have a circulation system made up from two circuits. These are the pulmonary circuit and the...

4 Question 1 a. Systemic circuit b. Electric circuit Human beings have a circulation system made up from two circuits. These are the pulmonary circuit and the...

5 Question 2 a. The right ventricle b. The left ventricle Which of these is the larger?

6 Question 2 a. The right ventricle b. The left ventricle Which of these is the larger?

7 Question 3 a. Four b. Three How many chambers does the human heart have?

8 Question 3 a. Four b. Three How many chambers does the human heart have?

9 Question 4 a. Haemoglobin b. Insulin What is the name of the chemical found in red blood cells that allows them to transport oxygen around the body?

10 Question 4 a. Haemoglobin b. Insulin What is the name of the chemical found in red blood cells that allows them to transport oxygen around the body?

11 Question 5 a. Away from the heart b. Towards the heart In which direction do veins carry blood?

12 Question 5 a. Away from the heart b. Towards the heart In which direction do veins carry blood?

13 Question 6 a. True b. False Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.

14 Question 6 a. True b. False Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.

15 Question 7 a. 4 hours b. 4 months How long is the average lifespan of a red blood cell?

16 Question 7 a. 4 hours b. 4 months How long is the average lifespan of a red blood cell?

17 Question 8 a b Roughly how many times will your heart have beaten by the time you reach 70 years old?

18 Question 8 a b Roughly how many times will your heart have beaten by the time you reach 70 years old?

19 The End

20 Starter Activity - Outbreak Teachers Notes This presentation contains a sequence of questions, each with two possible answers. The questions are straightforward and should serve to reinforce students’ prior knowledge. To make the quiz slightly different there are different ways in which students can signify their answers rather than verbally or in writing. The first way involves labelling one classroom wall or table ‘a’ and another ‘b’. Students can then signify their answer to each question by making their way to the appropriate wall or table. This method of running the quiz will depend on whether or not the classroom in use has an appropriate layout or enough room. Alternatively students can each be given a red and a blue card, where red signifies answer ‘a’ and blue signifies answer ‘b’. They can then hold up the appropriately coloured card in response to the question. If using the wall/table method it is important to ensure that students do not run and that any bags, stools or chairs are safely stowed to prevent trip hazards.


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