6th Grade: Complete and submit work on Google Classroom
ALL WORK IS DUE AT THE END OF THE DAY AND TO BE POSTED IN LIFE SCIENCE GOOGLE CLASSROOM.
Yesterday we learned about sight, or vision, is the ability to see light. It depends on the eyes detecting light and forming images. It also depends on the brain making sense of the images, so that we know what we are seeing. The day previous to yesterday we learned that your brain allows you to learn. Your brain gives you the ability to see, hear, taste, touch, and smell.
It also allows you to feel emotions like love, anger, and sadness.
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I can explain how the eye works to produce images.
Define retina, cornea, lens, and pupil.
Distinguish rod cells from cone cells.
Today Text: https://www.ck12.org/book/ck-12-life-science-concepts/section/11.49/
DIRECTIONS: Use the resource below to answer the questions that follow.
Anatomy and Function of the Eye at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE1MvRmWg7I (2:00)
1.What are the three layers of the eye? Which one acts to maintain the eyes shape?
2.Where does light enter the eye? How is the amount of light entering the eye controlled? Why is it valuable to organisms to control how much light enters the eye?
3. What structure contains the rods and cones in the eye? Where are they located?
1. Outline the path of light through the eye.
2. What is the cornea?
3. Describe the role of the lens of the eye.
4. Distinguish between rods and cones.
ALL WORK IS DUE AT THE END OF THE DAY AND TO BE POSTED IN LIFE SCIENCE GOOGLE CLASSROOM
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