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Information about human heart
how do human heart work?
The heart works like a pump and beats 100,000 a day. The right side of the heart pumps blood to the lungs to pick up Oxgyen. The left side of the heart receives the oxgyen-rich blood from the lungs and pumps it to the body.
What is in a human heart?
The human heart is an organ that pumps blood throughout the body via the Circuatory system, supplying oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and removing carbon dioxide and other waste.
There was a boy called John Alvres and he was so rich that he could buy 2 blocks of diamond. But then he was walking along the path and the 2 blocks of diamond fell in the water. He was crying because 2 blocks of diamond is a lot of money. He was walking to his house and he saw a note saying “John Alvres i saw your diamond blocks and i took them when i was swimming in the water, so if you want them back give me 2 million dollars right now, come to the local park on your road with your friends”.
Hi everyone! Today’s blog is all about being an effective participator, what it is and how to be one! Let’s get started!
What is an effective participator?
An effective participator is a person who:
- Get’s involved
- Persuades others
- Finds solutions to issues
An effective participator is a person who basically participates effectively, meaning that they volunteer to do things and does it successfully. You participate a lot but don’t take charge over others.You are keen and love to share your ideas and thoughts, but be able to listen to others. You contribute! Always try, even when you are unsure. Have a go! Try to answer questions. Keep moving towards your goal.
How to be one
To be an effective participator you must do the above, but how do you do it in school? Let’s go over those points we wrote earlier.
You need to help around more and get involved with things like cleaning, helping stores, going to a club, helping with a fundraiser etc. You need to try more things, having an experience is good so you can see what you like and what you don’t like.
To be effective you need to see how you can persuade others, or how you can level up your skills to persuading others better. This a good skill and is really good if you have it.
Finding solutions to issues
You have to be able to make sure that everyone is alright when working in a group and you need to be able to work out problems yourself. So having self management is an important skill when being a self manager.
Here’s a video on being an effective participator:
I hope you learned something new! I’ll see you all next time, bye!
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“Samantha wait,” her Gran called. “Here, take this.” she handed her the key. “What would I need this for?” She was confused. Her Gran gave her one of those looks. “Just take it, you never know.” Samantha stared hard at the key and then to her Gran.
“Will I ever see you again? I don’t want you to leave me,” She stared hard at her Gran, tears filling her eyes, eyes stuck with hope and fear. “I will always be with you, just here.” She placed her hand on Samantha’s heart “I will always love you, don’t worry, you will be fine, I sense it I know it, you are in Emerald fields, a sign of good luck.” She hugged Samantha tight, rustling her hair, both never wanting to let go. “Gran I love you with all my heart, just stay with me, I never will forget you. Just please appear when I need you.” Her Gran stared hard, hugged her granddaughter one last time and said, “Love is a magical thing, it doesn’t matter who it comes from, why it comes, but what matters is that it’s from the heart, and with that love, nothing on earth can break it.” And with that said, she disappeared into thin air.
Samantha started to head towards home when all of a sudden she heard breathing. “What’s going on I need help just run, just run nothing is happening just go!” Samantha started to panic in fear, how could anyone else be hear? “Not so fast!” Samantha could feel a tight hand wrapping around her and within seconds she was in a rucksack with her bags stuffed in as well. “Darn it, what is up with all this weird stuff happening.” She could feel that she was moving, that she had to find a way out but how?
I’m sorry for the short chapter and the big break I had, but now I have a lot of ideas for the series. Comment what you think will happen! I’ll see you next time, bye!
Here is the link to the previous chapters:
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Hello there! This post is on the good choices I am going to make. At first I was stuck as I didn’t exactly know what that meant. But now I do. It means all the choices or things I want to do and stick to this year. This animoto explains which good choices from the least important (but still very important) to the very, No. 1 best! My last two I couldn’t think which way to put them. First I thought that having fun was the best but then our motto means pretty much be the best version of yourself. That means all of the good choices go together.
How am I going to achieve them?
Well whenever I do something, I will try to think about if it is following my choices. If it is, Yay! If not, stop and change quickly. I will try to do some of these things if I don’t already do it.
And last but not least…
To achieve being the very best I can be, I just have to the best version of me. As I know that it is never too late to change!
So there you have it. Hope you liked it. What are your choices? Just always remember
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The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body, continuously pumping blood around our body through blood vessels.
Function of all the parts
The aorta is the largest artery in the body. The aortabegins at the top of the left ventricle, the heart’s muscular pumping chamber. The heart pumps blood from the left ventricle into the aorta through the aorticvalve. … Its small branches supply blood to the ribs and some chest structures.
During systole, the ventricles contract, pumping blood through the body. During diastole, the ventricles relax and fill with blood again. The left ventricle receives oxygenated blood from the leftatrium via the mitral valve and pumps it through the aorta via the aortic valve, into the systemic circulation
The right ventricle is one of the heart’s four chambers. … As deoxygenated blood flows into theright atrium, it passes through the tricuspid valve and into the right ventricle, which pumps the blood up through the pulmonary valve and through the pulmonary artery to the lungs.
Deoxygenated blood entering the heart through veins from the tissues of the body first enters the heart through the right atrium before being pumped into the right ventricle. Theright atrium is one of the two atria of the heart, whichfunction as receiving chambers for blood entering the heart
Oxygen-rich blood from the lungs enters the left atrium through the pulmonary vein. The blood is then pumped into the left ventricle chamber of the heart through the mitral valve. From there, the blood is ready to be pumped into the body to deliver oxygen-rich blood to all bodily tissues.
The pulmonary artery carries deoxygenated blood from the right ventricle to the lungs. The blood here passes through capillaries adjacent to alveoli and becomes oxygenated as part of the process of respiration.
While veins usually carry deoxygenated blood from tissues back to the heart, in this case, pulmonary veins are among the few veins that carry oxygenated blood instead. Oxygenated blood from the lungs is circulated back to the heart through the pulmonary veinsthat drain into the left atrium.
The valve is opened by the increased blood pressure of the ventricular systole (contraction of the muscular tissue), pushing blood out of the heart and into the artery. It closes when the pressure drops inside the heart. It is located in the right ventricle of the heart.
The mitral valve opens to increased pressure as the left atrium fills with blood. Blood flows through into the left ventricle as the heart expands (diastole). It then closes as the heart contracts (systole) and forces blood into the aorta. This process is vital to the heart’s function.
Closes off the lower left chamber that holds the oxygen-rich blood before it is pumped out to the body. Opens to allow blood to leave the heart (from the left ventricle to the aorta and on to the body).
The tricuspid valve, or right atrioventricular valve, is on the right dorsal side of the mammalian heart, between the right atrium and the right ventricle. Thefunction of the valve is to prevent back flow of blood into the right atrium.
Superior vena cava
The superior vena cava (SVC) is the superior of the two venae cavae, the great venous trunks that return deoxygenated blood from the systemic circulation to the right atrium of the heart. It is a large-diameter (24 mm), yet short, vein that receives venous return from the upper half of the body, above the diaphragm.
Inferior vena cava
The inferior vena cava is a vein. It carries deoxygenated blood from the lower half of the body to the right atrium of the heart. The corresponding vein that carries deoxygenated blood from the upper half of the body is the superior vena cava.
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Why do we need to eat healthy food?
Just as a car needs patrol to run, our body needs fuel. Healthy food is the fuel that gives us energy to work.
What is a healthy diet (balanced diet)?
Eating a healthy, balanced diet will help to cut down on foods that are high in saturated fat and sugar, and eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. So cutting down help you to control your weight. .
A good diet is important for our health and can help us feel our best – but what is a good diet? Apart from breastmilk as a food for babies, no single food contains all the essential nutrients the body needs to stay healthy and work properly. For this reason, our diets should contain a variety of different foods, to help us get the wide range of nutrients that our bodies need.
I am going to show this video, which is illustrated by the UK’s healthy eating model – the Eatwell Guide
A healthy diet should provide us with the right amount of energy (calories or kilojoules), from foods and drinks to maintain energy balance. Energy balance is where the calories taken in from the diet are equal to the calories used by the body. We need these calories to carry out everyday tasks such as walking and moving about, but also for all the functions of the body we may not even think about. Processes like breathing, pumping blood around the body and thinking also require calories.
So, foods and drinks provide the calories we need to go about our daily lives, but consuming more calories than we need over a period of time will cause weight gain. This is because, any extra calories we consume but we don’t use, will just be stored as fat.
Over 50% of adults in the UK are overweight or obese. There is also a huge concern about childhood obesity, where 1 in 3 children aged 4-5, and 1 in 5 children aged 10-11, are overweight or obese. Being overweight as a child increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers in adulthood. So, maintaining a healthy weight is really important for health.
How much energy you need from foods and drinks depends on many different things, such as how active you are. But, on average:
Eating only as many calories as you need will help to maintain a healthy weight. However, the foods and drinks you choose need to be the right ones, and in the right proportions to stay healthy. Having this balance in your diet can be achieved by following the Eatwell Guide.
A healthy sandwich good for balanced diet.
- Brown bread (2 slices)
- Lettuce (2 leaves)
- Cucumber (4 slices)
- Tomato (3 slices)
- One boiled egg (Cut into 4 slices)
Cheese (1 slice)
- First take one slice of bread and place the cheese on top of the bread.
- Place the egg slices on top of the cheese.
- Place the cucumber slices and tomato slices on top of the egg.
- On the top with lettuce leaves and the second slice of bread.
In this menu
- Brown bread – grain
- Boiled egg – protien
- Cucumber,tomato and lettuce – vegetables
- Cheese – fat
EAT HEALTHY AND LIVE HEALTHY!
I got this infomation from my Y4 learning log.
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Hi everyone! Today I’m blogging about my new years resolutions, and I want to say happy new year! I hope you had a great year with your family and friends. In this blog I will tell you my resolutions and how I will try my very hardest to achieve them! Let’s get started!
Here are all my resolutions:
- To exercise more and go outside more often
- To read all the harry potter books(again)
- To finish writing my story
- Write in my diary every day of the year
- Finish a sketchbook
- Eat less sugary things
- Grow my hair even longer
- Encourage people to work hard and be a better person
- Help others more often and willingly
- Be more confident
- Spend more time with my family then lazing around
- Practice my school subjects at home
- Drink A LOT more water
- Go to bed earlier
- Find hobbies to do in free time instead of using electricity
- Only make promises I can keep
- Do more practice of my religion and pray more
- read even more (and collect more books)
- Go to the library more often
- Volunteer in more things
- Give more of my own money to charity and donate more things
- Use my time more wisely
- Believe in myself and others
- Work better as a team
- Get better at spelling and handwriting
- And finally… Be the best I can be!
So I have quite a few (okay a lot) of resolutions, but they all are things I need to work on. So now that I’ve listed all of my resolutions I need to see how I can achieve them.
The first resolution I have is to exercise more and go outside more often. This is something I think almost everyone has on their resolution list and to be honest it should be! We all like staying in and being lazy but that’s not really good for our body, so I have a way to achieve this goal. When we are being lazy we tend to go on electronics, so I thought that I should sabotage my electronics with post it notes saying ‘GO OUTSIDE’ or ‘EXERCISE’ so every time I try to pick one up I’ll get annoyed of having to take the sticky notes off and just go for a bike ride! I just have to make sure to drag my siblings along (hehe)!
The second resolution I have is to read all the Harry Potter books again! Well, that isn’t something everyone would have on their list but if you didn’t know I’m a big potter head so I love anything to do with harry potter! I’ve read the books mostly from borrowing others copies as I don’t own all of them so to read them I just have to buy them when I have the money and read them in my free time! (If you see this comment which harry potter book is your favourite or which one you really want to read)
The third resolution I have is to finish writing my story. I know I’ve kinda took a long break on writing but that is because I was gathering ideas for the chapters. I want to finish writing my story this year as it is my last year in this school and I want it to be on the blog. To achieve this goal I need to make the time to write the story and I need to write it more often.
The fourth resolution I have is to write in my diary every day of the year. I want to do this as it is a good writing practice, I can express myself, and I can look back at it when I’m older. To do this I have to sit down at night and write in my diary about the day as I have a lot of free time at night. I just need to make time for everything instead of being lazy, that way I can get everything done.
The fifth resolution I have is to finish a sketchbook. I have a sketchbook and I want to finish it this year as I want to look back at the progress I have made. I like sketching because it gets my creative juices flowing and it takes a lot of pressure off my shoulders when I’m feeling blue. To do this I need to get a good attitude towards sketching, do it because I want to be free and not make the perfect piece of art, do it more often, and I have to get more comfortable in doing it.
The sixth resolution I have is to eat less sugary things. I already prefer fruit over sweets and chocolate which is quite different to the other people I know, but I just like fruit more. The bad thing is I still eat a lot of sugary stuff and that just puts off the benefit of eating a lot of fruit. So to achieve my goal I have to put lots of fruit in the sugary stuff box so that I end up eating fruit and not the bad stuff.
The seventh resolution I have is to grow my hair even longer. Even though I have the longest hair in my family, I want to grow it longer as I have always liked having long hair and in my religion we shouldn’t really be cutting it. That’s why I’ve only cut it a few times. To achieve this goal I have to take good care of my hair and keep it strong and healthy so I won’t have to cut it. I also have to not use heated hair products so that my hair won’t burn off or get damaged.
The eighth resolution I have is to encourage people to work hard and be a better person. I want to do this so that I am fond with working with others and because I want everyone to enjoy going to school and working hard to achieve their goals. In order to do this, I have to let people trust me and I only help them if they allow me to, if I force people to let me help them it’s not going to work out so well so I have to make sure that other people except me or the time will be a waste.
The ninth resolution I have is to help others more often and willingly. I don’t want to help others because I have to, but because I want to. I want to do it more not because it will make me look good, but because I believe in others and it will make them happy and maybe smile. I want to get to know people but be able to help them when they need it the most.
The tenth resolution I have is to be more confident. I like participating in a lot of things at places but what gets me down is that I get shy because I look at the pairs of eyes staring directly at me, and then all these thoughts come to my head and I start hesitating. The only thing I can do without getting nervous is reading poems. So to achieve my goal I have to do what I do with my poetry. I have to get in the mood and flow with what I’m doing, I have to focus on the good things, I don’t look at the people but imagine that they’re my family and that way I can be more confident in everything I do.
The eleventh resolution I have is to spend more time with my family then lazing around. I love my family and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them, and I need to reward them for everything they’ve done. I hate it when I be lazy and the fact that I do it a lot brings me down so a great alternative is to spend that time with the people I love most. In order to achieve this I’ll probably do that sabotage thing again.
The twelfth resolution I have is to practice my subjects at home. I think I’m doing pretty good in school but in order for me to learn more and be better at school I need to practice a lot. When I was younger my dad made me a math thing on excel to help with my math so I think I should do something like that to help with all my other subjects and use my free time to practice.
The thirteenth resolution I have is to drink a lot more water. This is because since I was little I wasn’t drinking a lot of water and my vanes were a vibrant green. So to achieve this goal I saw a hack from Wengie on youtube and she put a water bottle on top of her phone so that every time she reached down to use her phone she would see the bottle and drink some water and I think that’s genius.
The fourteenth resolution I have is to go to bed earlier. I already go to bed early but I don’t actually fall asleep until like two hours! So I thought that I should first drink a glass of milk because that always makes me feel sleepy, I should blink my eyes a lot until they feel weak, and finally there’s this yoga pose that should make you feel sleepy so I’ll do that and make sure that there is a lot of warm blankets on my bed.
The fifteenth resolution I have is to do different hobbies in my spare time instead of using electricity. I have a lot of hobbies so I thought that I will hide my electronics and on my bed leave things to do with each of my hobbies so that I end up doing something else.
The sixteenth resolution I have is to only make promises I can keep. In my religion we should be honest and truthful and only keep promises we can keep. I wouldn’t want someone to tell me something really important to me and me not be able to keep it a secret. So to achieve this goal I need to make sure that I can trust myself or if I should tell that person to not tell me.
The seventeenth resolution I have is to do more practice in my religion. This is something really important to me and whenever I do it it makes me feel good and helps me get on with the day. So in order to achieve this goal I will do it A LOT as I’m already doing it every day and as I get older I know the responsibility is on me, so I need to make sure I’m always doing it.
The eighteenth resolution I have is to read even more and to collect more books . I love reading and I want to do it a lot as it helps me learn and makes me feel different emotions. I want to collect more books because the more I have, the more I know how different one is to another. To do this I will collect more with my own money and go to the library to read more and I will make more time to read.
The nineteenth resolution I have is to go to the library more. I love reading and the library is the perfect place to do that. It has different books, and there’s got to be one that’s perfect for you. To achieve this I need to go in my free time and get a library card. I can only go when my parents can take me so I have to accept the decisions my parents make.
The twentieth resolution I have is to volunteer in more things. If I help more, I get to try different experiences and I get to know other people better. To achieve this I need to ask others if they need help and see if I can help in any way.
The twenty first resolution I have is to give more to charity including my own money. Most kids have their parents give to charity and they donate their things, but I want to be able to make a difference in the world and give some of my own money to help, and that way it benefits people more and it will make me feel good. The same applies with donating other things such as toys and clothes.
The twenty second resolution I have is to use time more wisely. We have 24 hours in a day and I don’t think I’m valuing it enough. I have a limited time here on earth and I have to make the most of it. If I have to be somewhere I have to get their on time, if I have to go to bed I need to go to sleep on time etc. In order to achieve this, I need to be more mature and make sure I’m always checking what time it is and that’s why a watch is very useful. I need to make sure I’m also helping my parents so that they can do their part.
The twenty third resolution I have is to believe in myself and others. If I don’t then how will I succeed? I need to trust myself and others or else none of us can move onto something else. To achieve this I need to let others have a chance to do things and not just me, and I need to trust others as well as myself.
The twenty fourth resolution I have is to work better as a team. Teamwork is a skill everyone needs, and that’s why I want to get better at it. To achieve this I need to be able to listen to others and be able to share ideas and cooperate well together.
The twenty fifth resolution I have is to get better at handwriting and spelling. They play a big part in writing so I need to get better at it. In order to get better at it I need to practice, practice, practice!
The twenty sixth resolution I have is to be the best I can be! To achieve this I have to o all of the above and beyond!
I hope you enjoyed my homework this week comment down below your resolutions! I’ll see you all next time, bye!
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