Monday, May 01, 2006

Parts of the Eye and the Function of each part

The Proposed Content Outline
A. Subject Name: Science and Health III
B. Lesson Reference No: PELC 2.1.1 , Science and Health 3 pp. 5-8, Science Around Us pp. 2-4
C. Lesson Title: Parts of the Eye and the Function of each part
D. Lesson Description:
The lesson makes the student to identify the main parts of the eyes
and the function of each part.
The lesson makes the student to show the importance of the eyes.
The lesson makes the student to observe keenly and carefully.
E. Learning Outcome:
At the end of the lesson the student identify the main parts of the eyes.
At the end of the lesson the student explain the importance of the eyes.
At the end of the lesson the student observe keenly and carefully.
F. Learning Presentation:
Learning Object 1 - What to know, website link for information . Parts of the Eye . http://www.alltheweb.com/search?cat=img&cs=utf8&q=parts+of+the+eye+&rys=0&itag=crv&_sb_lang=pref
Learning Object 2 - what to know, website link for information . Internal Parts of the Eye.








Learning Object 3 - What to know, link to e-learning presentation of the teacher in flash.

http://staff.washington.edu/chudler/bigeye.html
G: Learning Activity:
Activity 1 - What to do, see the website link for the on-line activity discussion. http://web.umr.edu/~psyworld/eye.htm
Activity 2 - What to do, see the website link for the on-line game activity. http://staff.washington.edu/chudler/flash/nill.html
Activity 3 - What to do to be done off-line, and the product to be delivered in the class.
H. Learning Evaluation:
See the website link of the on-line assessment service.

A. Take your class to the computer lab. The sites should already be book-marked. Say to
the class, “I want you to open Microsoft Explorer (or Netscape or any browser you
are using) and go to the menu bar and click on Favorites, and select Neuroscience for
kids – glasses.” http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/sight.html
“If you have been to an eye doctor you have seen this chart.” Ask a volunteer to read
that first paragraph or read it aloud yourself. After they have finished ask: “What
does it mean if my vision is 20/40? (What I can see at 20 feet most people can see at
40 feet). Ask: “what would it mean if my vision were 20/200? (It would mean that I
was legally blind.) Explain to the class that someone who is legally blind may have
still see some things or they may only be legally blind in one eye.

B. http://www.yorku.ca/eye/eye1.htm

I. Assignment (next step)
Tell the class to take out their notebooks or paper and then to go back to Favorites and select Neuroscience for kids Eye Safety.http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/eyesafe.html Have them make a list of eleven safety tips that they can practice and list six “built in” safety devices that their bodies have.

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