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  1. WELCOME TO Human Sense Organs 3 Here is where your presentation begins
  2. MEET YOUR TEACHER Miss Rizza Adlaon
  3. PRAYER Dear Lord, We thank you for this day and the many blessings we have received. We ask that you would bless the work that we do here in our class and give us patience, courage, and perseverance to face whatever challenges may come. Bless our teachers and students with wisdom to learn from each other.
  6. GOOD JOB!
  7. What sense organs do we use for seeing? What sense organ do we use for tasting the food we eat? What sense organs do we use for smelling? What sense of organ do we use to hear the birds up in the tree? 1 2 3 4 PROCESSING Based on the song…
  8. What sense organs do we use to touch? 5 PROCESSING
  9. Human Sense Organs 3
  10. LEARNING OBJECTIVES COGNITIVE Describe the sense organ of the body. PSYCHOMOTOR Demonstrate the function of the sense organ of the body through an activity. AFFECTIVE Appreciate the importance of taking good care of the sense organ
  12. SENSE ORGAN 1 Let’s find out
  13. Introduction We have five different senses—vision, hearing, smell, taste and touch, and the sense organs related to these are the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin. Each of these snese are part of our body.
  15. THE FIVE SENSE ORGANS ● Our eyes are used for seeing, we see with our eyes. ● Our ears are used for hearing; we hear with our ears. ● Our nose is used for smelling, we smell with our nose. ● Our tongue is used for tasting, we taste with our tongue. ● Our skin is used for touching and feeling, we touch with our skin.
  16. SENSE OF SIGHT —sense organ
  17. EYES ● The eyes are sense organs that help us to see things. Eyes change the light into electrical signals. The brain interprets these signals as an image of the object.
  18. ● The eyes are the sense organs for vision. The pair of eyes notice the changes in the light in the surrounding.
  19. ● The sensory cells in the eyes are called photoreceptors. There are two types of photoreceptors—rod cells and cone cells.
  20. Photoreceptors Rod cells Cone cells Responsible for the vision in low light. Responsible for colour vision in bright light. There are about 120 million rod cells in the eye. There are about 6-7 million cone cells in the eye.
  21. SENSE OF HEARING —sense organ
  22. EARS ● The ears are the organs that allow us to hear. Ears work by changing sound vibrations into signals that the brain understands as sound. Our ears also help us to keep our bodies in balance.
  23. ● Humans can hear different sounds because of a pair of ears. ● Hearing is possible due to the sound passing through the ear that is divided into the external ear, middle ear and inner ear.
  24. ● The external ear helps collect different sounds and pass them to the middle part of the ear. ● The middle ear contains a delicate part called the eardrum that vibrates after receiving the sound. ● These vibrations are picked up by the inner ear that sends the stimulus to the brain.
  25. SENSE OF SMELL —sense organ
  26. NOSE ● Humans can smell by their noses. ● The nose is the sense organ that allows us to smell things around us. It also helps us to breathe.
  27. ● The air that enters the nose brings different odours that touch the smell receptors. ● Our brain helps to understand and identify different smells after receiving the stimulus from the smell receptors in the nose.
  28. SENSE OF TASTE —sense organ
  29. TONGUE ● The tongue is the sense organ that allows us to taste the food that we eat. It has taste receptors that send messages to the brain.
  30. ● We get to know about the tastes of food by our tongue. ● The tongue understands and identifies different tastes due to tiny receptors all over the tongue.
  31. ● The back of the tongue is more sensitive to the bitter taste to avoid swallowing rotten/spoiled food. ● The basic tastes that our tongue understands are sweet, sour, salty, bitter and savoury. The savoury taste is also called ‘umami’.
  32. SENSE OF TOUCH —sense organ
  33. SKIN ● Skin is the largest sense organ. It helps us to feel or touch things around us.The skin has many sense receptors that respond to different sensations.
  34. ● The skin is the largest sense organ that covers all the other organs and protects us from external injuries. ● It consists of different layers of tissues that help sense many stimuli.
  35. ● Our skin can detect pain, itchiness, touch, vibration, heat, cold, pressure, etc.
  36. Diseases Related to Sense Organs —sense organ
  37. Sense organ Diseases Eyes Farsightedness, Near-sightedness, Conjunctivitis Ears Ear squeeze, inflammation of inner parts, deafness Nose Sinusitis Tongue Swelling and infections Skin Acne, Psoriasis
  38. STORY TIME! —sense organ
  39. One morning Ven, Ara and their mother are talking to each other Mother : Good morning, Ven and Ara. Would you like to eat your breakfast? Ven : Yes! Mama Ara : Not me Mama , my eyes hurt. Mother : Oh! Let me see it. Something is not right we have to see a doctor. Oh, dear I am always reminding you to take care of your body. Ven : Healthy habits for our senses! Mother : That’s right! What are those healthy habits? Ara : We should not read in dim light or watch SITUATION REPRESENTATION OF IMPORTANCE OF TAKING CARE OF SENSE ORGANS
  40. Television in a close distance. We should wear Sunglasses on sunny day . Ven : We take care of our ears too by cleaning them regularly not to prick them with any objects Ara : Take a bath and clean our hands to protect our Skin Ven : Brush our teeth and clean our tongue after eating Mother : And do not forget to drink plenty of water, have enough sleep and eat balance and nutritious foods Ven : You are right Mama. Ara : Yes ! You are Mama Mother : It is important to remember and practice those healthful habits Ven and Ara. SITUATION REPRESENTATION OF IMPORTANCE OF TAKING CARE OF SENSE ORGANS
  41. How Can We Take Care of Our Sense Organs? —sense organ
  42. Sense organ How to take care Eyes Eat a healthy diet with green vegetables, fruits, milk, etc. Avoid watching mobile/TV/computer for a long time. Ears Never use pointed things to clean the ears. Avoid listening to loud music. Nose Never poke the nose with any pointed things. Clean the nose regularly while taking a bath Tongue Clean the tongue using a tongue cleaner and wash your mouth properly after eating the meals. Skin Bath regularly using good soap and consult the doctor if there are any rashes on the skin.
  43. IMPORTANCE —sense organ
  44. Caring for Your 5 Senses = Quality of Life —sense organ
  45. ● Each of our senses uses its own detection system to get information from our surroundings. The information is sent to the brain where it will be processed and combined to create a complete sensory picture of our environment.
  46. ● Are our connection to the world around us so we need them to perceive our environment and to interact with other people ● Can help with everyday tasks such as driving, talking to people, or performing activities at work ● Are essential for our enjoyment of many experiences such as eating a meal or listening to music ● Are closely connected to our emotions and memories so they can have a very dramatic impact on how we feel
  47. DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS? —sense organ
  50. I SMELL WITH MY _______ —sense organ
  51. I SMELL WITH MY NOSE —sense organ
  52. I HEAR WITH MY _______ —sense organ
  53. I HEAR WITH MY EARS —sense organ
  54. I TASTE WITH MY _______ —sense organ
  55. I TASTE WITH MY TONGUE —sense organ
  56. I SEE WITH MY ____ —sense organ
  57. I SEE WITH MY EYES —sense organ
  58. I TOUCH WITH MY ______ —sense organ
  59. I TOUCH WITH MY HANDS —sense organ
  60. GOOD JOB!
  62. INSTRUCTION: 1. Access the assessment through clicking the link or the code provided. 2. Once you access the link, use your email address to join the activity. (Ask for assistance to your parents) 3. Use your COMPLETE NAME. 4. Choose the letter of your answer and enjoy.
  63. PART 1: Instruction: Observe the picture provided. Identify what sense organ you will use based on the picture provided. Choose the letter of your answer. PART 2: Instruction: Read and analyze the statement. If the statement about caring for the sense organ is true, so type true. If it does not relate to taking good care of the sense organ, type false.
  64. Use the code below to access the assessment 9328415
  65. ASSIGNMENT Draw and identify Instruction: Draw a human body. After drawing the human body. Identify the sense organs based on the proper placement of each organ in the human body. You have the freedom to be creative. After you draw, write 5-10 sentences why it is important to take care of our sense organs. Do this using your assignment notebook.
  66. PERFORMANCE TEST RATING RUBRICS Creativity 10 points Correct identification of the sense organ 50 points Organization of the reflection 30 points Neatness 10 points Total 100 points
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