Assessment Task 2: Creative Activity (Hurdle) (S/U) Students will undertake a small creative..

Assessment Task 2: Creative Activity (Hurdle) (S/U)
Students will undertake a small creative project and may nominate groups of up to 5 students or may parttake on an individual basis. Students will need to select one concept/topic from the material covered in the course to create a project in an online digital format as either a: Poster or Video.

Poster:1000 word limit and should be creative, but scientific. Your poster must be produced using Microsoft Power Point and must be A1 size (594mm x 841mm). You must change these margin dimensions in the 'page set-up' options. You need to upload your poster online (via Moodle) by the due date. Try to select a concept, rather than a whole body system. Example posters have been provided on Moodle.
Video: limited to 5 minutes in length and should be creative, but also informative. Ideally your video should be created and uploaded using Kaltura. A guide for how to record a video using your phone and uploading it via Kaltura onto Moodle will be provided for you as a reference on Moodle. All videos, no matter the format, must be sibmitted via Moodle by the due date. Your video should not involve the inclusion of You-tube videos or other pre-made video content. See example provided on Moodle.

s a guide the project can explore anything the group wishes to present but must have the following basic elements:

  1. Science:accuracy of the information. It must be correct, use the correct terminology, correct order of steps. There needs to be no flaws in the science of the concept presented.
  2. Structure: must be logically presented, easy to follow and understood by the audience. There must be enough detail such that it is comprehensible.
  3. Attractiveness and Creativity: must be fun and exciting for the audience to view and part-take. Communication needs to be clear and concise.
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Cardiovascular System – Hearts & Lungs HEART LUNGS Is a cardiac muscle the size of your fist. •Where gaseous exchange occurs – inspiration/expiration • Is the centre of your circulatory system •On either side of the breast bone •Lies under rig cage between both lungs •Works with diaphragm and intercostals muscles •Walls contract – pumping blood to all of the body •Interior contains: bronchus, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli •Interior contains: ventricles, atriums, septum, •Alveoli covered in capillaries (How the Lungs Work, 2012) tricuspid/aortic/pulmonary valves •Valves have cusps – allow blood flow (How the Heart Works, 2012) Development •Gas exchange doesn’t occur til after birth Development • Foetus 6-16 wks – major elements appear •Starts beating at 22-23days in embryo – first • Foetus 26wks – alveoli appears functioning organs •2-5 years – Lung development completed •As body develops – heart grows same size as fist •Up to 22 years – bronchioles & alveoli grow when height • children need more oxygen to grow – resulting in grows. (Marieb, 2014) higher Heart Rate, stabilises by 18 years old. (Marieb, 2014) (Breath Matters, 2014) (Smart Kids, 2014) Coronary Heart Disease Bronchitis Build up of plaque inside the coronary arteries Cause: Bronchial tubes inflammation Cause: smoking, high blood pressure, when factors Symptoms: Wheezing, coughing, chest pain, damage inner layer of coronary artery Types: Chronic – continual irritation & inflammation Symptoms: chest pains or discomfort, shortness of breath, Acute – viruses, bacteria, lung irritants stress At Risk: Elderly, infants, young children At Risk: older age, smokers, obesity, poor diet, diabetes Treatment: Relieve symptoms & breathing – humidifier Treatment: healthy diet, medicines, quit smoking Prevention: Avoid irritants e.g. Fumes, dust – wear a face Prevention: adopt healthy lifestyle, physically active, mask and quit smoking or don’t start. (Bronchitis, 2012) health diet, know family history…