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TODAY- LESSON 2:
warmblooded vs coldblooded
abdominal & thoracic breathing 
ventilation & spirograms
Red muscle tissue and white muscle tissue


Slide 2 - Tekstslide

warmblooded vs coldblooded:
remember from last year?

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Slide 4 - Video

K.P.68

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Slide 6 - Video

Thoracic inhalation:
  1. intercostal muscles contract
  2. ribs move up
  3. ribs pull the pleural membrane open
  4. pleural membrane pulls open the lungs
  5. air is sucked into the lungs
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10:00

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Thoracic exhalation:
  1. intercostal muscles relax
  2. ribs move down
  3. ribs push the pleural membrane closed
  4. pleural membrane pushes closed the lungs
  5. air is pushed out of the lungs

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Abdominal inhalation:
  1. abdominal muscles contract
  2. the diaphragm moves down
  3. the diaphragm pulls the pleural membrane open
  4. pleural membrane pulls open the lungs
  5. air is sucked into the lungs

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Abdominal exhalation:
  1. abdominal muscles relax
  2. the diaphragm moves up
  3. the diaphragm pushes the pleural membrane closed
  4. pleural membrane pushes closed the lungs
  5. air is pushed out of the lungs

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

THORACIC INHALATION
THORACIC EXHALATION
ABDOMINAL INHALATION
ABDOMINAL EXHALATION
intercostal muscles contract
intercostal muscles relax
diaphragm relaxes
diaphragm contracts
ribs push the pleural membrane closed
the diaphragm moves up
the diaphragm pulls the pleural membrane open

Slide 11 - Sleepvraag

Spirograms:
  • When we breathe air moves into and out of our lungs.
  • We can measure how much air moves at a time and put these measurements into a graph.
  • These graphs are called Spirograms.
  • Take a look at the next slide.

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Important words:
You do not need to know all the words in the graph only the most important ones.
  • Vital capacity
  • Residual volume
  • Total lung Capacity
  • Tidal volume

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Vital Capacity:
  • The maximum amount of air you can move with one large inhalation  followed by a large exhalation.
  • How much is this person's vital capacity?
Vital Capacity
Just under 4 liters.

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Residual Volume:
  • A small amount of air that always stays behind in the lungs, this is so they do not collapse.
  • How much is this person's Residual Volume?
Residual Volume
Just over 2 liters.

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Total Lung Capacity:
  • The maximum amount of air a person's lungs can hold.
  • How much is this person's Total Lung Capacity?
Total Lung Capacity
6 liters

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

Tidal Volume:
  • The amount of air a person moves into and out of the lungs when relaxed.
  • How much is this person's Tidal Volume?
Tidal Volume
about 0.8 liters

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Red Muscle Tissue
White Muscle Tissue

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Homework for lesson 3:
Complete worksheet lungs and breathing 1
Complete worksheet lungs and breathing 2
Complete worksheet paperclip 3
Update your mindmap
Study for the glossary

Slide 20 - Tekstslide