October 15, 2015 by Dini 19 Comments Channel your inner Lord Voldemort this Halloween with this delicious Peach and Raspberry Cocktail aka Unicorn Blood Cocktail!
When I figured out how to make homemade shimmery liqueur (like Viniq), I knew what I had to make right away. This was SO MUCH fun to make and I love how easily you could use that shimmery liqueur for cocktails of all kinds of colour and flavour. While it’s fun to serve with the two layers separated (as you can see in the pictures above), you should mix it up before you drink. I have had a very positive response to our story, experiences and organizational system from parents and some health organizations who's focus is Diabetes awareness and education. To use this sheet: If you use several of these for multiple members of your family, start by writing names at the top in the space provided. So I hope this is useful to anyone who has been newly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes or is just looking for some ideas to better organize your care. Watch the video below to see how I use a binder system to organize our son's Diabetes care.
For nearly a decade, Nicholas Felton has been observing himself and using the information he collects to create a mock corporate annual report. One day of Instagram photos uploaded during hurricane Sandy turned into a chronological map of a crisis. Shrinking densely populated areas and enlarging remote ones makes for a different portrait of our planet. We are awash with data, and it keeps piling up: Some analysts estimate the amount of digital information in the world now doubles every two years. The most innovative visualizations come from areas rich with easily gathered information, and perhaps no spheres are more quantified than our selves, our cities, and our planet. To honor that work, we chose 15 visualizations in these areas, selected from a field of 46 contenders. Popular Science assembled a panel of data-visualization experts—practicing designers at the forefront of the field—and asked them to rate candidate visualizations, chosen for their novel graphic forms, smart execution, or comprehensive underlying data. Giorgia Lupi is design director and co-founder of the Accurat design agency, based in Milan and New York City. Jan Willem Tulp runs the visualization studio TULP Interactive based in The Hague, the Netherlands.
As mentors and role models for children it is extremely important that we not only teach academics but help students understand who they are and why certain things happen to them. This unit will examine the relationship between mind and body using graphical displays to chart elements of daily life such as food intake, sleep, exercise and mood.
Students will take pre and post assessments as well as complete learning journals that highlight ?How my Body Works? through data collection, graphing, writing and artistic representations of their observations. In accordance with the CT Science Curriculum standards it is vital that teachers promote scientific literacy.
This 6 week unit will use graphing and diagrams to teach the human body and visually demonstrate how our mental and emotional health is tightly connected with our physical well being. Weeks three and four will be devoted to an in depth look at the nervous, digestive, respiratory, circulatory and the musculoskeletal systems. Sensations, movements, emotions and brain integrative functions are grounded in the body.1 The human qualities we associate with our mind can not be separated from the body. Cognitive development can be described as ones ability to think, plan, solve problems and accomplish goals.
Ethical development increases the capacity for behaving with justice and fairness toward others by showing respect and integrity for self and others. Knowing how to convey information graphically is important in the presentation of statistics and therefore there are a few guidelines one needs to follow when preparing them; facts must be visually accurate and show data without altering it. Students should have a base knowledge of bar graphs, pictographs and circle graphs prior to starting this unit. Students begin learning how to make a picture graph by using one circle to represent each piece of fruit that two friends in a story problem ate.
Students will move from picture graphs to bar graphs as they learn to convert a picture graph to a bar graph by shading the squares that have pictures in them. Students will read information in bar graphs and pose and solve problems using information in the bar graphs. Students will learn how parts of a circle and the size of the parts can represent different information and values.
Students will use this basic understanding of graphs 7 to create their own tables and graphs in their ?I am Special? book.
The cerebrum is the largest part of our brain and makes up about 85 percent of our brain?s weight. The cerebellum is the second largest part of the brain and is situated beneath the back of the cerebrum.
The brain stem lies beneath the cerebrum but in front of the cerebellum and connects the rest of the brain to the spinal cord.
The brain is only about two percent of the total body weight in humans,, but it receives 15-20 percent of the body?s blood supply. Fatty acids from fats are what your brain uses to create specialized cells that allow the brain to function. There is a strong correlation between cognitive advantages of school age children and nutrition. Research shows that thinking and physical education, movement, breaks, recess and energizing activities are an effective cognitive strategy to strengthen learning, improve memory and retrieval and enhance learner motivation and morale.
The peripheral nervous system consists of all the nervous tissue outside of the central nervous system. The intrinsic nerves are embedded in the walls of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon and are triggered to act when the walls of the hollow organs are stretched by food. The respiratory and circulatory systems work together in order to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the cells in our bodies. Fatigue has also been reported by several studies as one of the most common symptoms experienced by people.
Cardiovascular or aerobic exercise is steady physical activity that uses large muscle groups. Instructional Strategies: 1) The teacher will introduce the respiratory system and display a visual aid of their respiratory system. The musculoskeletal system consists of the skeletal system the bones and joints and the skeletal muscles that move them. Most of our skeleton starts out as a soft and flexible tissue called cartilage but as we grow the cartilage is replaced by bone. Objective: To introduce students to their bodies, their parts, their functions, and their location. Procedure: Provide a book that illustrates the human body with explanation on different organs.
Our mental health can be described as what our brain needs to keep it running smoothly so that our physical and emotional needs will also be met so that we can be healthy. High tech CT scanning conducted by the University of Utah shows that hostility and stress in individuals has been linked to tiny calcium deposits in the coronary arteries. Health, hygiene and nutrition are a vital component in maintaining stable mental and emotional health. Objectives: Students should be aware of all the nutritional information found on food labels, be familiar with the basic dietary needs of the human body, understand that food companies want their product to sell and package and label their product to attract the consumer know where and how to write a letter to a food company found on the label.
This is a great teacher resource that gives sample activities and background information about the human body.
It provides daily activities to enhance student learning based on the cognitive connection with the body systems. I went with raspberry puree here because that blood red just looked so much better in a Halloween cocktail.
I was intrigued after reading unicorn in the title, but after seeing this drink, it DOES look like something straight out of Harry Potter.
If our story helps or inspires just one individual that would be great but to impact many is well, just wonderful. Then fill in the lower and higher doses as outlined by your Diabetes doctor according to your sliding scale. Include everything you need to have on hand to manage your Diabetes - Insulin, needles or pen tips, lancers, test strips, emergency supplies like Glucagon. Now he relies on blood tests and insulin injections at least 4 times a day just to stay alive.We are raising money to help fund Diabetes Research so one day there might be a cure. The growing tidal wave will require automation—a shift some have called the Industrial Revolution of data—to collect and analyze it all.
We hope these signal the direction of the new data age—that the revolution will be visualized. Pitch Interactive mapped international water conflicts for the June issue of Popular Science. This unit is designed to help students piece together the fundamental elements of the human body and unleash the mysterious aspect of the brain as our body?s navigator. Just as it is important for teachers to use graphical displays to understand and motivate their students, students should learn how to understand and use graphical displays for their personal and academic work.
Students will comprehend fundamental concepts from life, physical and earth sciences through critical thinking and an infusion of inquiry based explorations and experiments. Before beginning the unit, the teacher should give students a pre-assessment, to gauge what the students know and what the students need to know. The necessity for proper nutrition and regular sleep, water and exercise will also be emphasized and integrated throughout.
Children need proper nutrition, sufficient sleep, exercise, regular visits to the doctor and a safe, stress- free environment. Healthy brains are born with the capacity to learn skills such as maintaining focus and attention, reading and summarizing content, speaking, drawing and building non-linguistic representations as well as organizing information, showing persistence and setting goals. Children need to learn to speak effectively for a wide variety of audiences and contexts as well as be able to listen and learn effectively.
The display must attract the reader?s attention and compliment or demonstrate arguments presented in the text.
If not, you can integrate the content of these brain and body lessons to drive the introduction of graphing in your math lessons.
Graphing provides children with a powerful tool to make comparisons and represent numeric information extracted from a story problem. Students learn how to label their graphs with the names of each friend in the story problem and how to give a graph a title.
They know that it is important to fuel their bodies with fruit in order to stay healthy physically and emotionally. They use the comparative terms same, more and fewer as wells as greater, less than and equal symbols to compare the information in the graphs. Students will see how they can easily compare information when it is organized into a table.
They change the numerical scale to the number line length model with numbers at then end of each square telling how many so far.
Our brain controls everything we do whether asleep or awake as it has hundreds of different functions despite the fact that it weighs only about 3lbs.
The cerebellum receives impulses from the skeletal systems and joints which allows the brain to trace the body?s positions.
The hypothalamus will regulate your body by causing it to sweat when it is too hot or shiver when it gets cold.

Although good nutrition is important for everyone, this is especially true for children younger than five years because these years are demanding for the developing child. If we want the brain to run at full speed it?s important that we keep the right and left sides connected. The digestive tract includes your mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine or colon, rectum and anus. They release substances that speed up or delay the movement of food and the production of juices by the digestive organs. Psychological factors influence contractions of the intestine, secretion of digestive enzymes, and other functions of the digestive system. When the brain doesn?t get enough oxygen this deficit can lead to issues such as sleep apnea, poor concentration, forgetfulness, mood swings, restlessness, depressive thoughts and decreased motivation Unlike muscles, your brain cannot store much material to produce energy . Human cells use the nutrients from food and oxygen to create Adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP), the energy source that fuels cell function. This type of exercise strengthens the heart and lungs and improves the body?s ability to use oxygen. Iron is necessary in building the proteins of red blood cells and is required for producing energy from food. Explore the needs of the human body by explaining the importance of good health in relationship to the body. The musculoskeletal system provides protection for the brain and internal organs and support for our bones by maintaining upright posture. Bone tissue is a special connective tissue that is supportive but is also flexible enough to allow for growth. There are some areas that never become bone, like the top part of your ear or the tip of your nose.
Strong bones help prevent osteoporosis, a disease in which bones become fragile and break easily. In groups of four or five have the students work together to try to figure out how to make the bean bag animal stand on its own.
Using a model of a skeleton or transparency, name common bones and have the students point to where that bone is found on their own body. Focus on the basic organs: heart, stomach, intestines, liver, brain, esophagus, lungs, and bladder. Mental health is the emotional and spiritual resilience which allows us to survive pain and still enjoy life.
There is mounting evidence that suggests that positive emotional experiences can improve our physical health and lay an important foundation for better and quicker healing responses.
Emotions such as anxiety, alienation, hopelessness, love, serenity, and optimism are not just feelings, they are physiological states which affect health just as obesity or physical fitness can affect health. The higher the degree of stress, the more severe this silent form atherosclerosis tended to be. Good nutrition will not only help you maintain a healthy weight, but it is essential for the body and all its systems to function optimally for a lifetime. Calcium has several functions in your body, but its best known as the mineral that is stored in your bones and teeth. Eating heart healthy foods involves avoiding foods high in unsaturated fats and cholesterol that can lead to heart disease and possible failure later in life. The students need to read thoroughly all information given on packaging; write down complete ingredients (these are sometimes surprising) and grams of protein, carbohydrates and fat per serving. This is a great resource for teachers to research the basic components of common foods and how they interact with the body?s chemistry, mood and behavior.
This is what it looks like, in my mind at least. Bright and shimmery and oh so dark and magical! I knew it would combine with the red (from the raspberries) to give a beautiful blend of colours.
I was born in Sri Lanka, grew up in New Zealand and lived in Australia before moving to the USA in 2014. Beside this list add your Rx numbers is applicable and then how many refills you have left. Except for the medication log sheet, it was aimed primarily at families with Type 1 Diabetes, so I thank you if you made it all the way down to the bottom of this post. Vincent Mauro is an interdistrict elementary school with a Science, Mathematics and Technology focus.
Learning, thought, creativity and intelligence are not the sole process of the mind alone, but of the entire body.
In this, students will be able to create, validate and communicate their scientific knowledge. Students will also be expected to create their own ?I am Special? book that will outline all that they learn about their magnificent brain and their body systems.
Development of these skills requires motivation, direct instruction, role modeling and time to try to strengthen and practice in multiple contexts. Organizing information into a graph and describing the information are key processes in learning to work with data. Since the pictures in the rows or columns of the picture graph are aligned they can be easily compared to find how many more or how many fewer items would equalize the groups. Students will have the opportunity to convert tables to picture graphs and pose and answer questions about all of these data formats.
They compare bar graphs and circle graphs and find how each can be used for different purposes. The brain has 5 important parts; cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem, pituitary gland and hypothalamus.
It resembles a mushroom cap over a stalk and is the center where thinking and memories are stored. This allows us to move fluently while the body makes adjustments in order to keep us upright.
Even if other organs need blood, the body attempts to supply the brain with a constant flow of blood first. They are the years in which children acquire many of the physical attributes and the social and psychological structures needed in life and for learning. To enhance this right-left, the child must perform many movements where the midline is crossed. Part of the peripheral nervous system called the autonomic nervous system is responsible for controlling body processes like breathing, digestion, sweating, and shivering. Together the nerves, hormones, blood and organs work together to digest and absorb nutrients from all the food and liquids consumed each day in order to give the body energy. Susceptibility to infection, which leads to various digestive system disorders, is strongly influenced by the brain. The primary responsibility of the respiratory system is to bring oxygen into the body and remove waste gases like carbon dioxide. It can strengthen your heart and cardiovascular system, improve your circulation and help your body use oxygen better, increase energy levels so you can do more activities without becoming tired or short of breathe, lower blood pressure, improve muscle tone and strength, improve balance and joint flexibility and strengthen bones. It is an important factor in every activity the body performs including the ability to hold attention for longer periods of time. Cartilage consists of relatively hard, whitish material rich in elastin and collagen fibers.
For example, astronauts (weightlessness in space) and sedentary people are at risk for losing calcium from their bones. It emphasizes social and personal resources as well as physical capabilities and can be defined as a positive sense of well being rather than the opposite of mental illness.
Researchers at UCLA have found that optimism is associated with stronger immune cell function. Studies have also confirmed that social isolation, depression and poor marital relations contribute to heart disease. Now that we are comfortable with the systems of the Human Body and its governance by our mind, we have to learn healthy habits that will keep them all running smoothly. Research suggests that it might be good to eat a diet rich in carbohydrates when you want to relax or have a high protein snack if you need to be alert.
Foods that increase the risk for heart disease include a direct link to unsaturated fats and cholesterol. The students will identify different ways to encourage themselves and others to eat breakfast every morning.
Check out my previous post to learn how to make shimmery liqueurs in any colour you want, with one secret ingredient.
The second or middle section is to add specifics about what medication was taken - brand, type, strength, etc. I will continue to talk about Diabetes throughout November and as usual, leading up to our annual JDRF walk in June.
My second grade classroom is in an urban district and is composed of a diverse, multicultural community of learners that encompass a wide spectrum of achievements, interests, learning and social needs.
Human qualities that we often associate with our mind can not exist separate from our body. Furthermore, students will transfer their learning to practical applications in the ?real-world.? Students will be able to evaluate arguments based on evidence and formulate conclusions. It will be divided into subsections (the brain, human body systems, nutrition and exercise, mental and emotional health) where they can write and illustrate through diagrams and graphs what they learn after each lesson. By week six the students will compare their data and be able to share visually and orally with the class what patterns they see in their mental and emotional health when compared with how well they take care of their body physically, i.e. Social neuroscience has revealed an astonishing array of influences that social contact has on the brain.
There are many different types of graphs that can be used to convey information, including pictographs, tally charts, bar graphs, histograms, line graphs and pie charts. Although it is only one eighth of the size of the cerebrum, the cerebellum controls our balance, movement and coordination. The blood brings many materials necessary for the brain to function properly like oxygen, carbohydrates, amino acids, fats, vitamins and hormones. Two essential fatty acids that your body needs are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and linoleic acid (LA). Since young children grow and learn at an astounding rate, they should be physically very active, because physical activity develops muscle tone and neural connections in the brain.
The autonomic nervous system has two parts: the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous systems. Over time, aerobic exercise can help decrease your heart rate and blood pressure at rest and improve your breathing. Red blood cells make the blood red and deliver oxygen to the cells in the body and carry back waste gasses in exchange.
Research has shown connections between iron deficiencies and children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Our mental health influences how we think and feel about ourselves, about our future and about others and how we interpret events.
Harvard researchers found that deep relaxation, as achieved by yoga or deep breathing exercises, can help counter the effects of chronic stress. Patients who are depressed at the time of bypass surgery are more than twice as likely to die in the next five years as patients without clinical depression.
Because the brain is the main controller of our body, Nutrition and the brain is essential so that you can have a balance of physical, mental, and emotional health which are indeed connected. Students will understand that eating breakfast gives them energy and nutrition to think, learn and play.

The diagrams and graphs are great for any age group but the reading is written at middle school level. It also shows how mental health is not its own entity but is connected with physical and social well being. Add any notes, questions or concerns you may have so that you remember when speaking to one of these healthcare professionals.
Our body plays an integral part in our body?s intellectual processes through our senses which feed our brain information. Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Technology will therefore be integrated throughout this unit while meeting the following state mandated and district standards.
This book will also contain a glossary at the end where they can add any important words and their ?child friendly? definitions.
Research also suggests that children need to sleep longer (8-9 hours a day) to allow their bodies to prepare for the rapid growth spurts between ages 6 and 7 and 11 or 12. For this reason it makes sense to consider the connection between school social climates and the people within the schools. Music and art education can enhance abilities of children who do not excel in the expression of verbal thinking. As students continue to collect data based on their healthy habits, daily nutrition and daily emotions they will create data tables, picture graphs and bar graphs to understand the data.
Your body cannot manufacture these fatty acids so you need to get them through the food you eat Food sources containing ALA include flax seeds, walnuts and green leafy vegetables. In order to have the energy required to grow, move and learn, children need nourishing food and plenty of water. The sympathetic nervous system prepares the body for sudden stress, as when you see something catch fire or witness violence. Extrinsic nerves come to the digestive organs from the brain or the spinal cord and release two chemicals: acetylcholine and adrenaline. For example, long-standing or recurring diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and other painful diseases affect emotions, behaviors, and daily functioning. Conditions that will reduce blood oxygen levels include air pollution, smoking, emphysema ,asthma ,chronic stress, sedentary life style and living or traveling to higher elevations.
The white blood cells are part of your body?s defense against disease and attack any intruders that may invade our body. Building and maintaining strong bones depends on calcium, vitamin D, and physical activity. Children and teenagers need adequate calcium in their diets so they can maximize the calcium storage in their bones. Relaxation exercises and stress management have also been found to be an important factor in blood glucose control for individuals with Type II diabetes. In a major study published in the Lancet in 2004, researchers surveyed more than 11,000 heart attack sufferers from 52 countries and found that in the year before their heart attacks, the patients had been under significantly more stress and depression.
Nutrition and exercise keep your brain healthy which then improves emotional and physical health.
It provides a detailed analysis of what the brain is composed of and what nutrients are needed to help the body think, play and learn. It also gives reference to alternate resources as well as links to human body online activities. Since this classroom is a part of a science, mathematics and technology magnet school the students are provided with the means to explore their multiple intelligences and interests and utilize different learning styles to strive to reach their goals. Science and Technology in Society -- How do science and technology affect the quality of our lives?
By the end of the unit students will be expected to explain and discuss the body systems and their connection with the brain.
Nutritional deficits have been known to decrease test scores and nutritional supplementation has improved them. This development of language fosters positive attitudes toward school because it assists in general intellectual achievement, enhances creativity and helps social development. One can select the most appropriate graph using but not limited to the following guidelines: a pie chart (description of components), horizontal bar graph (comparison of items and relationships), vertical bar graph (comparison of items and relationships, time series, frequency distribution), line graph (time series and frequency distribution), scatterplot (analysis of relationships). Finally, students will be introduced to circle graphs and use this knowledge to explore comparison situations.
The students will then create pictographs or bar graphs to visually show what they ate, how they felt and their academic progress. The left side primarily governs logical, objective and analytical thinking like speaking, reading, writing and problem solving. As something frightening happens, the sympathetic nervous system makes the heart beat faster which sends blood more quickly to body parts that might need it. Acetylcholine causes the muscle layer of the digestive organs to squeeze with more force and push the food and juice through the digestive tract. The risk degree of stress was concluded to be comparable to risk factors of hypertension and abdominal obesity, a degree far greater than what would have been previously imagined.
If you don?t get enough carbohydrates, your body can make glucose from protein or fat If you get too many carbohydrates, your body stores them as fat.
Be sure to check out Kidshealth.org for a thorough account of information on how to read a food label and how the nutrients are measured and listed. It provides the research that explains why learning is a cumulative act, dependent upon nutrition, exercise, movement and emotional well being. If this is a recurring dose, say a ten day cycle of antibiotics just add the planned times and note any changes or missed doses should they occur. As a result, students will understand the importance of proper nutrition and its application to their daily lives. One study showed that children with low iron levels where twice as likely to score below average in math.
Throughout, students will learn how to read picture graphs, tables and bar and circle graphs as they answer questions about them. Individually and as a class (names will be removed from the graphs), the students will analyze the total data and look for correlations between what they ate and how they performed in school. The sympathetic nervous system also causes adrenal glands located at the top of the kidneys to release adrenaline. In a single drop of blood, there are about five million red cells, eight thousand white cells and two-hundred fifty thousand platelets. The teacher will instruct the students to squeeze the paper ball each time a number is said. Whatever organ students learned on that day, can be cut out and colored and kept in their folder. Knowing the ?triggers? that may alter your mental health will help your body cope with situations as they happen.
Foods that are excessively sugary create fluctuations in blood sugar levels which may cause us to feel tired very shortly after eating. It gives many differentiated approaches to teaching the same concept in order to meet the needs of the varied learners in your classroom. Dust the wall of the chilled Martini glass with some purple luster petal dust and add some powdered dry ice (optional step) Pour the shimmery vodka into chilled martini glasses (about ⅔ of the way up).
At the culmination of the six weeks, students will be given a post assessment where they have to explain in writing and in graphs how they might cope with some hypothetical situations. This unit helps give students ownership of their learning and makes them responsible for their own growth. The sensations received through our ears, nose, eyes, tongue and skin help form the foundation of our knowledge. Another study showed that children with a diet low in vitamin B-12 had a reduced learning ability while too much dietary fat also impaired cognition. Students will create tables and graphs while they consider the advantages and disadvantages of each form of data presentation. Adrenaline is a hormone that gives extra power to the body for quick action otherwise known as the body?s ?fight or flight? response. Adrenaline relaxes the muscle of the stomach and intestine and decreases the flow of blood to these organs, slowing or stopping digestion. This proactive step can help sustain a positive mentality before it causes physical ailments. It also looks at what foods, exercises and mental activities that keeps the brain in proper shape.
Pour approximately 2-3 tbsp of raspberry puree into the drink (from about 1-2 inches above the surface of the drink). The essential components of balanced nutrition can be obtained from plant and animal sources.
2 In the same way that exercise strengthens the muscles, hearts lungs and bones, it also strengthens all key areas of the brain. The parasympathetic nervous system is opposite in function: It prepares the body for rest and also helps the digestive tract move along so our bodies can efficiently take in nutrients from the food we eat. 3) Begin discussion covering the following information: The heart is a hollow muscle that has 2 pumps. Each partner takes a turn ?tracing? their partner?s body outline onto a long piece of newsprint paper with a pencil.
According to a recent government survey, nearly half of all Americans used mind-body medicine interventions such as deep breathing relaxation, meditation and guided imagery. People eat different foods in order to satisfy nutritional needs for carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Exercise fuels the brain with oxygen and increases neurotropin levels that enhance growth and connections between neurons.
The beating sound is made by the valves closing as the heart allows blood to pass in and out of the chambers. Then each student gets their ?body parts? out and glues them onto their body in the proper places. Wellness centers, hospitals and luxury spas are giving more emphasis to mind-body clinics and presenting ways to reduce stress through such things as yoga classes and healthy eating seminars.
Use a visual aid (chart) to show students how blood passes through the right side of the heart, to the lungs, to the left side of the heart and out to the body.
Once this is done, I let them decorate their bodies with hair, eyes, mouth, nose, nails, ect.
These healthy mind-body connections are gaining respect as an antidote for everything from type A stress to chronic pain, depression, heart disease, compromised immune function, infertility and overeating, as well as improving side effects of cancer treatment. Describe how people in different cultures use different food sources to meet their nutritional needs.
Evidence from imaging sources, anatomical studies and clinical data shows that moderate exercise enhances cognitive processing.
4) The teacher will show students where they can locate their pulse (neck or wrist) as they stand beside their desks. 8) Using a rope tied to 2 stationary objects in the front of the classroom, the teacher will hand out index cards to student volunteers, programmed with the sequence of steps describing the blood?s passage through the heart (one step per card). 9) When all the students have finished placing their cards, the teacher will check the order.

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