During science class we have dissected a pig’s eye. We needed to label some parts of the eye an i have listed them on an image:
And here is how the eye works.
Fist the light waves go through the cornea, the layer that protects the pupil and the iris. Then the light goes through the pupil, the iris controls the size of the of the pupil because when it’s dark it makes your pupil big to let as much light waves in as possible so the you can see something. And when you look at something shining very bright it makes your pupil small to let as less as possible amount of light waves in, because otherwise it hurts.
When the light waves went through the pupil it goes to the lens, the lens focusses the image. After that the image is formed on your cornea. Then the image is upside down because of the lens. When that is done the message of the image you see is sent to the brain by the optic nerve, the brain also flips the image again.
And the you see!
For music we played jingle bells and here are the melody and the chords:
And here here is Jingle bells played with a partner.
Also for homework we needed to sing yesterday…
Here is it:
And here finally is my Jingle bells music sheet. The circles around some of the notes are the leaps, leaps mean that notes have a distance of about 3 places or more.
The lines above the notes are the slur, that means if you sing it you sing it in one breath.