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1 Puffy Head, Bird Legs 11 DESCRIPTION Science Concepts 2. Puffy Head, Bird Legs Collect, organize, analyze, and evaluate data. Investigate and identify how organisms, including humans, respond to external stimuli. CONTENTS Information for Teachers Student Activities Assessment Adaptations & Extensions Math Connections Measure, record, graph, and analyze data Grade Levels Grades 5-10 Instructional Strategy Time Line Standards Structured Inquiry Laboratory activity with discussion: 1 hour NATIONAL SCIENCE EDUCATION CONTENT STANDARDS Science Content Standard A (subsection) As a result of activities in grades 9-12, all students should develop Understandings about scientific inquiry Mathematics is essential in scientific inquiry. Mathematical tools and models guide and improve the posing of questions, gathering data, constructing explanations and communicating results. Scientific explanations must adhere to criteria such as: a proposed explanation must be logically consistent; it must abide by the rules of evidence; it must be open to questions and possible modification; and it must be based on historical and current scientific knowledge. Science Content Standard C (subsection) As a result of their activities in grades 5-8, all students should develop understanding of Regulation and behavior Regulation of an organism's internal environment involves sensing the internal environment and changing physiological activities to keep conditions within the range required to survive. Science Content Standard C (subsection) As a result of their activities in grades 9-12, all students should develop understanding of Matter, energy, and organization in living systems The complexity and organization of organisms accommodates the need for obtaining, transforming, transporting, releasing, and eliminating the matter and energy used to sustain the organism.

4 14 Instead of having students plug numbers into the % change equation without thinking, have students look at % change of the circumference of a balloon losing and gaining air. Be sure they easily distinguish between positive change (increasing circumference) and negative change (decreasing circumference). If you don t have tape measures, calf circumference may be determined by using string, which is marked, then measured on a meter stick. A transparency of the data tables is helpful to display the data and assist the students in compiling the data from the various groups. Illustration of Correct Student Position for Puffy Head, Bird Legs Change in Facial Appearance for Puffy Head, Bird Legs Before After

8 18 STUDENT DATA SHEET Name: Date: Period: INVESTIGATION QUESTIONS: 1. If your legs are raised above your head and torso, a. what would you expect the observable effect on your head to be? b. what would you expect the observable effect on your legs to be? 2. How would circulation be affected if gravity weren t forcing blood down into the legs and feet of a standing person? INDIVIDUAL DATA: 1. Describe the facial shape and skin features of the test subject prior to experiment. 2. Measure the circumference of a calf prior to elevation (to the nearest millimeter): 3. Describe the facial shape and skin features at the end of the experiment. 4. Did the test subject report any unusual feelings in the head and face? If so, describe them. 4. What was the circumference of the calf after elevation (to the nearest millimeter)? 5. What was the percent change in the circumference of the subject s calf? EQUATION: % change = (Post Test Circumference - Pre Test Circumference) X 100 Pre Test Circumference

9 Puffy Head, Bird Legs 19 GROUP DATA TABLE: Compile data on the circumference of calves of test subjects before and after leg elevation. Student Name Pre Test (mm) Post Test (mm) % Change GROUP DATA GRAPH: Remember to title and label your graph, including units of measurement.

10 20 CONCLUSIONS: 1. When a person s legs are raised above the head and torso, do you observe any head and facial changes? If so, why do you think these changes occurs? 2. When a person s legs are raised above the head and torso, do you observe any change in calf circumference? If so, why do you think this change occurs? 3. How would circulation be affected if gravity weren t forcing blood down into the legs and feet of a standing person? 4. An astronaut with a puffy head and bird legs returns to Earth, after a short time in space. Would you expect these changes in his body to be permanent? Why or why not? Going Beyond: 1. If an astronaut walked around on a planet with 2 G (two times the gravitational pull of Earth), what changes would you expect in the face and head? 2. On the same 2 G planet, what changes would you expect in the circumference of the legs?

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