Nicoletta Farina
                                           Italian University Line

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UNIT 4
                     SENSE OF SIGHT AND THE EYE




Objectives:


1. Student will label main parts of the eye as a ...
Materials:


   Eye poster
   Flashcards
   clipboards
   resource book
   internet
   10 copies of the eye workshee...
Steps (bubbl.us)




                                                          PART 1


WHEN GOLDILOCKS WENT TO THE HOUSE ...
Figura 2 she saw the smallest bowl and she finished all of it




             Figura 3 Goldilocks went upstairs, saw the ...
- SIZES- NUMBERS -

“THE BIG BOWL, THE MEDIUM BOWL, THE SMALL BOWL”




  “ A BIG CHAIR, A MEDIUM CHAIR, A SMALL CHAIR”


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The song: http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-songs-goldilocks-
popup.htm




WHEN GOLDILOCKS WENT TO THE HOUSE OF THE BEAR...
PART 2


                               EYECARE DISCOVERY
                                 ACTIVITY GUIDE



Look into you...
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SEEING STUFF



  Of all the messages your brain receives from your five
  senses, about 80 percent come from your eyes. T...
Try to find a circle, star, and/or square on the
                          Demonstration Card




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WORKSHEET

Sample Primer Sight Words Worksheet

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      What do you want to                      ?


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The Five Human Senses And The Human Senses Organs

  1. 1. Nicoletta Farina Italian University Line A.A. 2008/2009 LINGUA INGLESE 2 Fase B: LESSON PLAN and PROJET WORK ‚THE FIVE HUMAN SENSES AND THE HUMAN SENSES ORGANS: SENS OF SIGHT AND THE EYE Our senses allow us to enjoy our food, the sound, of music, the beauty of a sunny day, the softness of a child’s hair – in short, our lives! 1
  2. 2. UNIT 4 SENSE OF SIGHT AND THE EYE Objectives: 1. Student will label main parts of the eye as a class. Knowledge Riconoscere le parti principali dell’occhio 2. Student will describe the function of the main parts of the eye. Descrivere le principali funzioni dell’occhio 3. Student will explore the eye by using the eye model. Application. Esplorare l’occhio utilizzando un modello. 4. Student will review the eye parts and functions while studyng the eye model. Riferire sulle parti dell’occhio e le sue funzioni durante lo studio del modello. 2
  3. 3. Materials:  Eye poster  Flashcards  clipboards  resource book  internet  10 copies of the eye worksheet to label part Procedures:  Ask students: What allows us to see?  Explain why sight is one of our senses.  Why do we need to see?  Are two eyes better than one? Why?  Tell students to cover one eye.  Ask question again. Evaluation of student learning:  Did the students participate in labeling the eye as a class?  Did all the students pay attention and label their worksheet?  Did the student understand the functions of the eye parts?  Did In the small groups, did the students remember the eye parts and functions?  Could they point out the parts on the eye model? 3
  4. 4. Steps (bubbl.us) PART 1 WHEN GOLDILOCKS WENT TO THE HOUSE OF THE BEARS… WHAT DID HER BLUE EYES SEE? SYNOPSIS Figura 1 three chairs, three bowls of porridge 4 on the table
  5. 5. Figura 2 she saw the smallest bowl and she finished all of it Figura 3 Goldilocks went upstairs, saw the smallest bed and she fell asleep Figura 4 The bears went up to their room and found Goldilocks sleeping on the baby bear's bed 5
  6. 6. - SIZES- NUMBERS - “THE BIG BOWL, THE MEDIUM BOWL, THE SMALL BOWL” “ A BIG CHAIR, A MEDIUM CHAIR, A SMALL CHAIR” “A BIG BED, A MEDIUM BED, A SMALL BED” 6
  7. 7. The song: http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-songs-goldilocks- popup.htm WHEN GOLDILOCKS WENT TO THE HOUSE OF THE BEARS When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears Oh, what did her blue eyes see? A bowl that was big A bowl that was small A bowl that was tiny and that was all She counted them…1…2…3! When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears Oh, what did her blue eyes see? A chair that was big A chair that was small A chair that was tiny and that was all She counted them…1…2…3! When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears Oh, what did her blue eyes see? A bed that was big A bed that was small A bed that was tiny and that was all She counted them…1…2…3! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
  8. 8. PART 2 EYECARE DISCOVERY ACTIVITY GUIDE Look into your Eyes GLOSSARY: IRIS: this is the colored part of your eye. All irises have the same dark pigment, but darker colored eyes have more of it than lighter-colored eyes. PUPIL: a hole in the center of your iris where the light can get into your eye. CORNEA: a tough, clear covering over the iris and the pupil that helps protect the eye. RETINA: detects images focused by the cornea and the lens. LENS: a clear, flexible structure that makes an image on the eye’s retina. OPTIC NERVE: the bundle of nerve fibers that carries information from the retina to the brain. 8
  9. 9. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EXERCISE YOUR EYES  Eye Writing Look at a wall and pretend that you’re writing on it with your eyes. Don’t move your head—only move your eyes. Start by writing your name, then try composing poetry or writing out the lyrics to your favorite song. The bigger the letters, the more you strengthen and stretch the muscle around the eye.  ‘Round the Clock Imagine that you’re standing (or sitting) in front of a really big clock. Look at the middle of the clock. Then, without moving your head, look at any hour mark. Look back at the center. Then look at another hour mark, and come back to the center. Repeat for every “hour.” You can also do this exercise with your eyes closed. Either way will give the muscles around your eye a workout and help prevent eyestrain. 9
  10. 10. SEEING STUFF Of all the messages your brain receives from your five senses, about 80 percent come from your eyes. That’s a lot of information from two ping-pong-ball-sized orbs mostly hidden from view! Because we have two eyes, both facing forward, we can judge the distance between ourselves and whatever we’re looking at. Specialized cells called rods and cones give us the ability to perceive color in bright light, and see shapes, shadows, and motion in dim light. The information and activities in this section give you a chance to explore how your vision works. You’ll discover how to see in the dark, when you can (and can’t) see color, what happens when your visual system gets tired or doesn’t get the information it needs, and how you can tell a real smile from a fake one. -------------------------------------------------------------- 10
  11. 11. Try to find a circle, star, and/or square on the Demonstration Card For more games visit: http://colorvisiontesting.com/online%20test.htm ------------------------------------------------------ 11
  12. 12. WORKSHEET Sample Primer Sight Words Worksheet Name _____________________________ Date ___________________ Pick the word from the word bank that completes each sentence. Each word is used once. be are must but four ride want 1. We stop soon. 2. I will be six, you will be five. 3. Jim has cats with him. 4. I will with Mom. 5. What do you to be? 12
  13. 13. 6. They good to me. 7. What do you want to ? http://www.edhelper.com/dolch_sightwords_primer.htm ---------------------------------------------------------- Acknowledgments L’e-Portfolio: Dove ero, dove sono, dove sto andando.  L’e-Portfolio è uno strumento digitale che permette una selezione di artefatti e una serie di schede, mappe, e tabelle che organizzano i materiali per documentare un progresso o uno stato nell’acquisizione delle conoscenze e delle competenze.  A conclusione (reflection on action) o durante (reflection in action) della unità proposta è opportuno stimolare la riflessione del singolo studente sulle fasi e le tappe che hanno scandito il percorso di apprendimento in un’ottica metacognitiva. 13
  14. 14. http://osportfolio.org/ www.electronicportfolio.com action collection display interesting itinere landscape learning life reflection reduction theory wide ------------------------------------------------------------ 14
  15. 15. SHEET ABOUT e-PORTFOLIO La mappa e-Portfolio è stata salvata in bubbl.us come ‚sheet about e- Portfolio‛ con account - nicoletta farina- (110463). 15

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