First off we’ll take a look at the effects of fibrosis, asthma and emphysema on lung function.
The first activity I’ll ask you to work on is preparing a table to compare the causes and effects of TB, fibrosis, asthma and emphysema.
Here are a couple of web links to help with this:
Can you identify which diseases these images show?
In the second part of the session we’ll look at the structure of the heart. We can use the following PowerPoint as an information source.
The objectives for this part of the session are:
Please have a look at the powerpoint before the lesson.
Last lesson some of you posted that you would like to go over some of the stuff that we started looking at on thursday 22/11/12 so we’ll continue with those learning objectives, hopefully managing to incorporate a look at some actual lungs, if the butcher has any!
Here are the learning objectives for our Year 12 Biology session on Thursday 22 November 2012:
Some resources we might use in the lesson:
The way I envisage the lesson working is that we might use some of these resources for you to prepare some presentations to the class on a particular topic. Let’s see how it goes!
Powerpoint about gas exchange in mammals for 20/11/12 Human gas exchange1
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