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EDD 5161A

Educational Communication & Technology

Group 2
This PowerPoint Presentation Package is prepared by

Chan Fung Yi Faustina


Chan Tai Wai David
Cheung Pui Shan Roseanna
Law Tak Man Amanda

Objectives
Biology is the study of living organisms.
It seems that this subject is so big that there are a lot of facts
for students to memorize.
However, studying biology is not as difficult as many students think.
To learn about the inside of the body and how different parts
work is very exciting!
Together with the recent development of information technology,

students can become much more actively involve in


the learning processes.
Therefore, Power Point, Internet and other technology are used
in this lecture to produce text, graphics, video and
animation to try to make studying the types of
blood vessels, the structure of the heart and
the like easier and more enjoyable.

Characteristics
1/ Nowadays in Hong Kong, to avoid virus transmission,
any experiment requiring the use of human blood cannot be
performed in school laboratory.
Therefore, compatibility of any two blood types cannot be tested
in real time.
This academic multimedia package allows this dangerous experiment :
Human Blood Group Experiment, to be simulated in a classroom
or in a laboratory,
thus enhancing in-class activities and capturing student attention.
2/ The heart beat is demonstrated in the Heart Video so as to show the
size of the real human beat and the lub and dup sounds clearly.
3/ Biological key words pronunciation are recorded.
4/ The content page allows teachers to focus on process,
collaborative writing.

5/ Parts called checkpoints are given in each section can help students
grasp and remember the main ideas and concepts.
Use these to emphasize what students need to learn and thus can be
used to evaluate the teaching or learning processes.

6/ Independent learning is facilitated when students connect their


personal computers to the Internet and using this package.
This powerpoint can serve as self-review after lesson.
7/ Use the linked homepage to monitor education related listservs on
the Internet.
This keeps teachers and students in touch with the current trends.
Provide a channel for students asking question independently and
at home.
8/ Homework is given at the end of the unit.

Analyze learners
Class :

F.4 science students (Total:40 students)

Age :
Grade :

15-16
Band 2 - 3

Altitude :

Passive and silent,

like creating approach,


medium interest in Biology
Previous knowledge

1.The structure and composition


of mammalian blood
2. The functions of blood

User guide
1/ PC requires the QuickTime for Windows and the Sound Application.
2/ Run the program after putting the msvbvm50.zip file into
\windows\system\ through the unzip program.

3/ It is recommended for students to work in the groups.


4/ At the beginning of each page is a key question, which relate
the content of the next page.
Teachers are recommended to ask students to answer these before
going to the next part.
5/ This is a teaching aid.
6/ Keys:
Press

to go to the particular page (targeted page)

Press

to have recording of pronunciation

Press

to go back to the Content page

Press

to go to the Human Blood Group Experiment

Press

to have Human Heart Video

Contents
Review
Composition of blood
Function of blood
Blood Transfusion
Human Blood Group
Blood Circulation

Blood vessels
Heart
Online Resources for Students Self-learning

Homework

Composition of Mammalian Blood


Whole Blood
Plasma
(55% by volume)
90 % Water
Dissolved
Substances

Blood Cell
(45% by volume)
Red
Blood Cell

White
Blood Cell

Platelets

Functions of Mammalian Blood


Transport
Defense against Infection
Regulation

In emergencies an injured person


may die...
How can we save his life?

Blood Transfusion
Any criteria for Blood Transfusion?

YES
Do you know your blood group?

AB
B

Human Blood Groups


Blood Antigen Antibodies Recipient
Group (RBC) (Plasma)
A

Anti-B

A & AB

Anti-A

B & AB

AB

A&B

NO

AB only

NO

Both anti-A
& anti-B

ALL

Human Blood Groups


Donor

Recipient

Agglutination

Have you ever donated blood


in the Hong Kong Red Cross

Blood Donation Center?

Blood Circulation
Vein

Artery
Heart

Venule

Capillary

Arteriole

Blood Vessels
Artery

Vein

Are there any differences?

Differences between Arteries & Veins


1/ Direction of blood flow

2/ Pulse
3/ Pressure

4/ Wall
5/ Valves

6/ Lumen
7/ Blood content

Differences between Arteries & Veins

1/ Direction
of blood
flow

Arteries

Veins

Away from
Heart

Return to
Heart

2/ Pulse

3/ Pressure

High

Low

Differences between Arteries & Veins

4/ Wall

Arteries

Veins

Thick

Thin

Differences between Arteries & Veins


Arteries

Veins

Except the
pulmonary artery

Prevent
back-flow

5/ Valves

Whats the use of valve?

Valves promote One-way Flow


Valve open
blood can flow

Valve closed
blood cant
flow back

Muscle Contraction supports


blood flow in Veins
Blood squeezed
towards heart
Muscle contracted

Valves closed
Prevent back-flow

Differences between Arteries & Veins


Arteries

Veins

6/Lumen

Small

Large

7/Blood

Oxygenated

content

Except the
pulmonary artery

Deoxygenated
Except the
pulmonary vein

Checkpoint

State any three differences

between Arteries and Veins.

Capillaries
Smallest blood vessels
Thin wall (one cell)

Nutrients

Diffusion
O2

CO2

Waste

Checkpoint
Which have the greatest & lowest

blood pressure,
Artery, Vein or Capillary?
Greatest : Artery
Lowest : Vein

Blood Circulation
in Man
Introduction

Heart

Heart
To lung
Pulmonary
artery
Atrium
Vena cava
Tricuspid
valve

To body
Aorta
Pulmonary
vein
Bicuspid
valve

Ventricle

Heart
Human Heart Video

Online Resources for Students Self-learning


1/ You can ask question & get answer.
Please feel free to visit this web site.
http://www.school.net.hk/question/Biology/question1.html
Go to Web Site : >

2/ This is a self-learning homepage and the name is :


The Heart: An Online Exploration
http://sln.fi.edu/biosci/heart.html

Go to Web Site : >

Some information about this site :


Explore the heart.
Discover the complexities of its development and structure.
Follow the blood through the blood vessels.
Wander through the web like body systems.
Learn how to have a healthy heart and how to monitor your
heart's health.
Look back at the history of heart science.

Homework
1.

Can a person with blood group B


donate his blood to a person with
blood group A?
Why?

2.

Compare & explain the oxygen content


of blood in arteries & veins in a living
mammal.

3.

Draw & label a mammalian heart.

Good Bye
Class

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