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5º OF PRIMARY
THE HUMAN BODY
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
The senses
SMELL
TASTE
TOUCH
SIGHT
HEARING
1. VOCABULARY
1. The sense of smell.
The olfatory receptors are in the nasal cavity.
2. The sense of taste.
Taste receptor are on the tongue.
3. The sense of touch.
The skin is the main organ.
4. The sense of sight
The eyes are the main organ
5. The sense of hearing.
The ears are the main organs.
2. QUESTIONS (speaking)
Which is the main receptory of sense of smell?
When you eat, which is the main sensory system th...
ACTIVITIES
Complete the digestive system.
3. ACTIVITIES.
Match the colums.
Tongue The sense of sight.
Ear The sense of smell
Nasal cavity The sense of hearing.
...
9.JOURNAL
What have you learnt?
How do you feel today?
5º PRIMARY
THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE
SKELETON
It supports the body and helps to keep its shape.
It protect the body´s soft, internal org...
VOCABULARY
Ligaments: Connect bones to each other.
Muscles: Can stretch and contract.
Bones: The skeleton is made up of...
VOCABULARY
The joint.
Our bones are connected to each other at the joint. Some joints
can move, while other joints can n...
VOCABULARY
SKELETON
How many bones are there in our body?
It is made of 206 different bones
THE HUMAN SKELETON
We can put the bones of the human skeleton into three
The bones of the head.
The bones of the trunk....
THE BONES OF THE HEAD
The bones of the head form the skull or cranium. These
bones protect the brain.
THE BONES OF THE TRUNK
Spinal column
Sternum
Ribs
THE BONES OF THE UPPER
EXTREMETY
THE BONES OF LOWER
EXTREMITIES
VOCABULARY
MUSCLES
The muscles are made of many muscle cells.
QUESTIONS (SPEAKING)
How many bones are there in our body?
Which are the bones of upper extremety?
Which are the bones ...
ACTIVITY
Complete:
ACTIVITY
Label the images of the human body with the words. There
are some space that it not necessary.
Sternocleidomast...
ACTIVIY
Classify the following bones into three groups (head, trunk
and extremeties).
Femur
Sternum
Humerus
Ulna
Pat...
JOURNAL
What have you learnt?
How do you feel today?
The nerveous system
The nervous system has two main parts:
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYTEM
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
The brain is inside the skill. It has got three main parts:
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Brain stem.
Th...
THE BRAIN
THE BRAIN
Cerebrum: The brain does activities like thinking, feeling
and remebering.
Cerebellum. It helps you to keep yo...
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
Nerves are long fibres made of nerve cells (neurons).
There are types of nerves:
Sensory nerv...
VOLUNTARY AND INVOLUNTARY
MOVEMENTS
Nerve impulses for voluntary movements go from the
brain to the muscles.
Tehe nerve ...
ACTIVITIES
1.- Match the parts of the brain with the activities that they
control.
Smell
Cerebrum Balance
Sight
Cerebellu...
ACTIVITIES
2 Anwser the questions:
a) Which are the parts of nervous system?
b) What are the three main parts of the brai...
ACTIVITIES
3 Write if this movement is voluntary or involuntary.
Sneezing when you have fot a cold.
Take a book.
Playi...
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Musculos y huesos copia

  1. 1. 5º OF PRIMARY THE HUMAN BODY
  2. 2. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  3. 3. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
  4. 4. The senses SMELL TASTE TOUCH SIGHT HEARING
  5. 5. 1. VOCABULARY 1. The sense of smell. The olfatory receptors are in the nasal cavity.
  6. 6. 2. The sense of taste. Taste receptor are on the tongue.
  7. 7. 3. The sense of touch. The skin is the main organ.
  8. 8. 4. The sense of sight The eyes are the main organ
  9. 9. 5. The sense of hearing. The ears are the main organs.
  10. 10. 2. QUESTIONS (speaking) Which is the main receptory of sense of smell? When you eat, which is the main sensory system that you use? Which is the main organ of sight? Which is the main organ of the hearing?
  11. 11. ACTIVITIES Complete the digestive system.
  12. 12. 3. ACTIVITIES. Match the colums. Tongue The sense of sight. Ear The sense of smell Nasal cavity The sense of hearing. Eyes The sense of touch Skin The sense of taste.
  13. 13. 9.JOURNAL What have you learnt? How do you feel today?
  14. 14. 5º PRIMARY THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
  15. 15. THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SKELETON It supports the body and helps to keep its shape. It protect the body´s soft, internal organs, like brain, heart and lungs. It is connected to muscles that move the different bones.
  16. 16. VOCABULARY Ligaments: Connect bones to each other. Muscles: Can stretch and contract. Bones: The skeleton is made up of bones. Tendons: Attach muscles to the bones.
  17. 17. VOCABULARY The joint. Our bones are connected to each other at the joint. Some joints can move, while other joints can not move at all.
  18. 18. VOCABULARY
  19. 19. SKELETON How many bones are there in our body? It is made of 206 different bones
  20. 20. THE HUMAN SKELETON We can put the bones of the human skeleton into three The bones of the head. The bones of the trunk. The bones of the extremities
  21. 21. THE BONES OF THE HEAD The bones of the head form the skull or cranium. These bones protect the brain.
  22. 22. THE BONES OF THE TRUNK Spinal column Sternum Ribs
  23. 23. THE BONES OF THE UPPER EXTREMETY
  24. 24. THE BONES OF LOWER EXTREMITIES
  25. 25. VOCABULARY MUSCLES The muscles are made of many muscle cells.
  26. 26. QUESTIONS (SPEAKING) How many bones are there in our body? Which are the bones of upper extremety? Which are the bones of lower extremety?
  27. 27. ACTIVITY Complete:
  28. 28. ACTIVITY Label the images of the human body with the words. There are some space that it not necessary. Sternocleidomastoid; Deltoid; Pectorals; Biceps; Abdominals; Quadriceps; Calf muscles.
  29. 29. ACTIVIY Classify the following bones into three groups (head, trunk and extremeties). Femur Sternum Humerus Ulna Patella Rib Temporal bone Radious Occipital bone fibula
  30. 30. JOURNAL What have you learnt? How do you feel today?
  31. 31. The nerveous system The nervous system has two main parts: CENTRAL NERVOUS SYTEM PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  32. 32. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM The brain is inside the skill. It has got three main parts: Cerebrum Cerebellum Brain stem. The spinal cord is insede the spinal column.
  33. 33. THE BRAIN
  34. 34. THE BRAIN Cerebrum: The brain does activities like thinking, feeling and remebering. Cerebellum. It helps you to keep your balance and posture. Brain stem. It controls basic function, like respiration and circulation
  35. 35. PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Nerves are long fibres made of nerve cells (neurons). There are types of nerves: Sensory nerves. Motor nerves. Mixed nerves
  36. 36. VOLUNTARY AND INVOLUNTARY MOVEMENTS Nerve impulses for voluntary movements go from the brain to the muscles. Tehe nerve impulses for involuntary movements go from the spinal cord to the musles.
  37. 37. ACTIVITIES 1.- Match the parts of the brain with the activities that they control. Smell Cerebrum Balance Sight Cerebellum Posture Respiration Brain stem Thinking
  38. 38. ACTIVITIES 2 Anwser the questions: a) Which are the parts of nervous system? b) What are the three main parts of the brain?
  39. 39. ACTIVITIES 3 Write if this movement is voluntary or involuntary. Sneezing when you have fot a cold. Take a book. Playing a muscial instrument Pulling back your hand from something hot.

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