Tell the others three reasons why. c) older generations Today, >400 breeds of dogs exist worldwide.      d.  at unnatural anglers ngourneckswhilelookingatourphones.Doctorssaythebumpcouldcom 7)  18 to 30-year-olds were more ______ the skull bumps He said the bumps will probably be more common (8) ____ we spend longer bending our necks while looking at their phones. b) 18 to 30-year-olds Change partners often and share your rankings. Doctors say the bump is large enough to feel by pressing the bottom of the skull, just above the neck. He said the bumps will probably (9) ___________________ as we spend longer bending our necks while looking at their phones.      c.  becomes saw The cranium (skull) is the skeletal structure of the head that supports the face and protects the brain. d) the middle aged      a.  abut the discovery "The effects of carrying these rare Neanderthal fragments are subtle," Fisher said. You occipital bun would have been inherited Shahar said 18 to 30-year-olds were more (7) ____ to have the skull bumps than older generations. Welcome guys. Write down their answers. What other health problems do smartphones cause? S h_h_r s__ d 1 8 t_ 3 0 - y__ r -_l d s w_r_ m_r_ l_k_l y t_ h_v_ t h_ s k_l l b_m p s t h_n _l d_r g_n_r_t__ n s . efromconstantlybendingtheneckatunnaturalanglestolookatdigitald Role  A – Neck Strain O_r h__ d w__ g h s _b__ t 4 . Some canine skull conformations are      d.  bunched over their, 6)  A study led by Dr Shahar looked at the smartphone use of 1,200 ______ 18 to 86 Dr David Shahar, a health scientist at the University of The Sunshine Coast in Australia, spoke to the BBC about the (4) ____. Diversity in Skull Shape. What did you think when you read the headline? Deadly smoke with the shape of a skull Dog ends in shape of a skull. Which of these words go in the above text? The skull is a bony structure that forms the head in vertebrates.It supports the structures of the face and provides a protective cavity for the brain. Tell the others three reasons why. _____________________________________________________________________________. The skull shape is thought to be especially effective in this process, as the inside back of the skull acts as a kind of satellite dish, to broadcast the vibrations of the person using it. A clinician said he has had a skull bump for 20 years. Give him/her three of your opinions of how smartphone use could change our body. CHAT: In pairs / groups, talk about these topics or words from the article. 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Read the headline. 3)  the University of The Sunshine Coast in Australia spoke to the BBC ______ He said the bumps will probably be more common as we spend longer bending our necks while looking      a.  bend in our Check your answers. n"textneck".Theysaytheskullbumprarelycauseshealthissues.Theya shape of the skull Schädelform {f} Teilweise Übereinstimmung anat. Did you all have similar things? Have a chat about the topics you liked. a) smartphone sore What questions would you like to ask the scientists? Some people are (2) ____________ so long looking at smartphones that a small bony (3) ____________ is appearing above their neck. The bump is becoming more frequent 1. A study led by Dr Shahar looked at the smartphone use of 1,200 people aged 18 to 86. Different shape of skull.large collection of skulls. 1)  spending so long looking at smartphones that a small bony ______ 3. (...)  among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day hunched over their smartphone. (...)  patients have this growth on the skull." You'll notice two soft areas at the top of your baby's head where the skull bones haven't yet grown together. 7) Who are 18-30-year-olds more likely to have a skull bump than? Shahar said 18 to 30-year-olds were more likelihood / likely to have the skull bumps than older / olden generations. After birth, differences in brain development likely resulted in the pronounced differences that are found in skull shape between adults of the two lineages, he added.      a.  likely to have a) 20 years [1][2] It is based on the concept that the brain is the organ of the mind, and that certain brain areas have localized, specific functions or modules. Match the following synonyms from the article.      d.  people aided dayhunchedovertheirsmartphone.AstudyledbyDrShaharlookedatth Read what you wrote to your classmates in the next lesson. 9) What did doctors call the strain caused by bending the neck too long? The bump is becoming more frequent among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day (6) ___________________ smartphone. 10) What did doctors advise changing if their neck becomes sore? Please enjoy :-). 6. SMARTPHONES: How could smartphones change our body? Please refresh the page and try again. To help solve this mystery, scientists first took CT (computed tomography) scans of seven fossil Neanderthal skulls and 19 modern human skulls. omingmorefrequentamong18to30-year-oldswhospendmanyhoursa s.Somepeoplearespendingsolonglookingatsmartphonesthatasmall b) about 5.4 kilograms d) text neck All of the people born and living at about the same time. The bump is becoming more frequent / frequency among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day hunched / hunch over their smartphone. I have just recently discovered another one. 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"We reasoned that if we could identify specific Neanderthal DNA fragments in a large enough sample of living humans, we would be able to test whether any of these fragments push towards a less globular brain shape, allowing us to zoom in on genes that might be important for this trait," senior study author Simon Fisher, a neurogeneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, told Live Science. people's   are   of   changing   shape   Smartphones   the   skulls   .      b.  at unnatural angels a) pensioners Doctors say the bump is large enough to feel (3) ____ pressing the bottom of the skull, just above the neck. NY 10036. Any such surgery would be a major undertaking fraught with significant risks. Our head weighs / weights about 4.5 kilograms and bending our head at the same angle for a length / long time can strain the neck. Dr David Shahar, a health science / scientist at the University of The Sunshine Coast in Australia, spoke to the BBC about the discovery. Doctors say the bump could come from constantly bending the neck at unnatural (9) ____ to look at digital devices. Our head weighs about 4.5 kilograms and (14) ____________ our head at the same angle for a long time can strain the neck. (...)  time can strain the neck.      d.  bending our They say the skull bump rarely. Smartphones should come with health warnings. One, UBR4, is linked with the generation of neurons, and the other, PHLPP1, is associated with the development of fatty insulation around nerve cells. Scientistssaythatsmartphonesarechangingtheshapeofpeople'sskull        smartphones / shape / skull / neck / doctors / discovery / clinician / decade / patients c) massage Together, put the words into different categories. dvisedpeopletochangetheirpostureiftheirneckbecomessore. Skull shape was defined by a suite of 48 cranial landmarks (Figure S1; Table S2). 2. b) see c) 25 years 8) How much does the human skull weigh? ustralia,spoketotheBBCaboutthediscovery.Hesaid:"Ihavebeenaclin 13 December 2018. Together, the morphological variation among these breeds is so diverse and readily discernible that, for many, skull shape is breed-defining (). Association between skull shape and competition is not statistically detectable with PLS (SW1, r = 0.8655, P = 0.1954). Also, tell the others which is the least dangerous of these (and why): a lack of exercise, neck strain or a loss of friends.      b.  the last deck cade [3D Images: Exploring the Human Brain]. (...)  long looking at smartphones that a small bony bump is appearing above their neck. Try the same news story at these levels: Skull Shape - Level 0, Skull Shape - Level 1 or TEST EACH OTHER: Look at the words below. Could there be another reason for the skull bump? The test for phylogenetic signal shows that it does not occur in both skull shape (Tree length = 0.0067, PP c) their posture The putamen forms the outer portion of the brain's basal ganglia, which are associated with memory, attention, planning, the learning of skills, and potentially speech and language. 5)  among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day ______ smartphone Show your work to your classmates in the next lesson. 2) What did doctors say the bump is large enough to do? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A study led by Dr Shahar looked at the smartphone use of 1,200 people aged 18 to 86.      b.  people aged Change partners often and share your findings. A (7) ___________________ Dr Shahar looked at the smartphone use of 1,200 people aged 18 to 86.      a.  people age A doctor who has direct contact with and responsibility for patients. PHILADELPHIA — Nearly a century ago, Franz Boas, the man known as the founder of modern anthropology, launched a study of cranial measurements of 13,000 people and concluded that skull … 5. In other cases, head shape changes after birth as a result of pressure on the back of the head when the baby lies on his or her back. Different materials to different a this one. Doctors say the bump could come from constantly / creating bending the neck at unnatural angles to look at digital devices. WORD SEARCH: Look in your dictionary / computer to find collocates, other meanings, information, synonyms … for the words... • Share your findings with your partners. A small bony bump is appearing on the neck of smartphone users. Dr David Shahar, a health scientist at the University of The Sunshine Coast in Australia, spoke to the BBC about the discovery. The position and shape of someone's body when they are standing or sitting.      c.  bumps appearing They say the skull bump rarely causes health issues. Doctors are calling this strain "text neck". their   appearing   neck   .   bump   above   A   bony   small. skull shape along relative warp 1, with very large species (lion, tiger) having low warp scores, implying an elongate snout region, anteroposteriorly compressed mid-part of the skull, elongate and "Thebumpisbec (...)  causes health issues. Researchers looked at the smartphone use of those aged from 18 to 86. In groups, pool unknown words and use dictionaries to find their meanings. SMARTPHONES: Write a magazine article about the having a limit on smartphone use to protect our body and brain. The bump is becoming more (8) ____________ among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day hunched over their smartphone. a) their lifestyle (Sometimes more than one choice is possible. The researchers also noted these skull differences likely did not reflect any differences at the time of an infant's birth: Modern humans and Neanderthals have similar braincase and skull shapes at that time, Gunz said. b) people in their 30s Our head weighs about 4.5 kilograms and bending our head at the same angle for a long time can strain the neck.      c.  hunched over their Also, tell the others which is the least dangerous of these (and why): a lack of exercise, poor eyesight or a loss of friends. You will receive a verification email shortly. "However, brain tissue doesn't fossilize, so the underlying biology has remained elusive," co-lead study author Philipp Gunz, a paleoanthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, told Live Science. The bump is becoming more frequent among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day (6) ____ over their smartphone. When you have finished, interview other students. c) about 3.5 kilograms Doctors advised people to change their posture if they have a sore neck. VOCABULARY EXTENSION: Choose several of the words from the text.      d.  like little have Who are 18-30-year-olds more likely to have a skull bump than? Bella show,welcome guys.over 200$ free shipping. They say the skull bump rarely (11) ____ health issues. Doctors say the bump could come from constantly bending the neck at unnatural angles to look at digital devices. THE SKULL: Students walk around the class and talk to other students about The skull. What will the article say about them? Continuously over a period of time; always. The amount of shape … d) their doctor. Write a newspaper article about the next stage in this news story. Happening or done on many occasions, in many cases. 2.      b.  about the discovery "Two people who have very similar total amounts of Neanderthal DNA — for example, 1 percent of their genomes — may well carry completely different fragments," Fisher said. © 9)  Doctors say the bump could come from constantly bending the neck ______ The researchers discovered that this Neanderthal DNA had the strongest effects on brain structures known as the putamen and the cerebellum — both of which are key to the preparation, learning and coordination of movements. He said: "I have been a clinic / clinician for 20 years, and only in the last decade, increasingly, I have been discovering that my patience / patients have this growth on the skull."      c.  the last deck aid Our head weighs about 4.5 kilograms and bending our head at the same angle for a long      d.  the last decade It is subdivided into the facial bones and the brain case, or cranial vault (Figure 1). 3. enough   Large   to   pressing   by   feel   the   bottom   . Comment on your partner’s paper. (  1  ) Scientists say that smartphones are changing the shape of people's skulls. d) call-phone workers They say the skull bump rarely because / causes health issues. The Neanderthal DNA fragments contained two genes previous research linked to brain development. c) the BBC • Ask your partner / group your questions. ). "1,000 Ideas & Activities for Language Teachers". With your partner, try to recall how they were used in the text: Write five GOOD questions about this topic in the table. Doctors say the bump could come from (12) ____________ bending the neck at unnatural (13) ____________ to look at digital devices. They developed imprints of the interiors of the skulls' braincases and measured their roundness. Dr David Shahar, a health T h_ b_m p _s b_c_m_n g m_r_ f r_q__ n t _m_n g 1 8 t_ 3 0 - y__ r -_l d s w h_ s p_n d m_n y h__ r s _ d_y h_n c h_d _v_r t h__ r s m_r t p h_n_. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. They advised people to change their posture if their neck becomes (12) ____. They advised people to change (12) ___________________ their neck becomes sore. We used three-dimensional (3D) geometric morphometric analyses on 36 fixed landmarks (SI Appendix, Fig. Did you like reading this article? Doctors are calling this strain "text neck". c) smartphone makers      a.  become saw Do you think it's possible for smartphone use to change the skull? BONE: Spend one minute writing down all of the different words you associate with the word "bone". He said: "I have been a clinician for 20 years, and only in the last decade, increasingly, I have been discovering that my patients have (5) ___________________ the skull." These faculties included everything from reproduction to affection, vanity, and musical ability. Skulls of 97 species which were assigned to seven dietary groups in the present study, were compared from the dorsal, lateral, and ventral views using geometric morphometrics. Some people are spending / spent so long looking at smartphones that a small bony bump is appearance / appearing above their neck. Each student must write the questions on his / her own paper.      a.  at unnatural wrangles I did have a head CT scan 3 years ago and I was told that the soft bits were benign lesions. S c__ n t_s t s s_y t h_t s m_r t p h_n_s _r_ c h_n g_n g t h_ s h_p_ _f p__ p l_' s s k_l l . OUR SKULL: Make a poster about the skull. Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, Put the biggest dangers of smartphones at the top. (Please look at page 26 of the PDF to see a photocopiable example of this activity.). evices.Ourheadweighsabout4.5kilogramsandbendingourheadatthe Scientists say that smartphones are changing the shapely / shape of people's skull. Change topics and partners frequently. Doctors say the bump could come from constantly bending the neck at unnatural D_c t_r s s_y t h_ b_m p _s l_r g_ _n__ g h t_ f__ l b y p r_s s_n g t h_ b_t t_m _f t h_ s k_l l , j_s t _b_v_ t h_ n_c k . Results Based on warp analysis of 22 cranial and 17 mandibular landmarks (), it is evident that the entire shape of the skull and mandible in derived sabrecats became dramatically different from those of extant cats during the course of evolution, and they collectively occupy an entirely separate portion of overall morphospace from any extant felid (). bonybumpisappearingabovetheirneck.Doctorssaythebumpislargee Scientists say that smartphones are changing the (1) ___________ of people's skull. a) 18 to 86-year-olds 4)  I have been a clinician for 20 years, and only in ______ ARTICLE QUESTIONS: Look back at the article and write down some questions you would like to ask the class about the text. Read what you wrote to your classmates in the next lesson. LIMITS: Students A strongly believe there should be limits on the number of hours of smartphone use; Students B strongly believe otherwise.  Change partners again and talk about your conversations. scientists say that smartphones are changing the shape of peoples skull some people are spending so long looking at smartphones that a small bony bump is appearing above their neck doctors say the bump is large enough to feel by pressing the bottom of the skull just above the neck dr david shahar a health scientist at the university of the sunshine coast in australia spoke to the bbc about the discovery he said i have been a clinician for 20 years and only in the last decade increasingly i have been discovering that my patients have this growth on the skull the bump is becoming more frequent among 18 to 30yearolds who spend many hours a day hunched over their smartphone, a study led by dr shahar looked at the smartphone use of 1200 people aged 18 to 86 shahar said 18 to 30yearolds were more likely to have the skull bumps than older generations he said the bumps will probably be more common as we spend longer bending our necks while looking at their phones doctors say the bump could come from constantly bending the neck at unnatural angles to look at digital devices our head weighs about 45 kilograms and bending our head at the same angle for a long time can strain the neck doctors are calling this strain text neck they say the skull bump rarely causes health issues they advised people to change their posture if their neck becomes sore. Wörterbuch Englisch → Deutsch: shape of the skull Übersetzung 1 - 50 von 87934 >> Englisch Deutsch anat.      c.  likelihood to have c) 1,800 4) How long has the clinician been doing his job? b) 1,300      a.  pressing the button Shahar said 18 to 30-year-olds were more likely to have the skull bumps than older The bump is becoming more frequent among 18 to 30-year-olds who spend many hours a day hunched over their smartphone. "i have a deformed shape of skull, my back skull is flat and it seems the base of my skull is small and my face is big, can, any alternative therapy?"      a.  haunch over their There was a problem. Charles Q. Choi - Live Science Contributor 10)  They advised people to change their posture if their neck ______ By Charles Q. Choi - Live Science Contributor December 13, 2018 One of the features that distinguishes modern humans … How many smartphone users did researchers look at in their study? b) scientists How can we deal with this? Our head weighs about 4.5 kilograms and (10) ____ our head at the same angle for a long time can strain the neck. icianfor20years,andonlyinthelastdecade,increasingly,Ihavebeendis What news agency did a clinician talk to about the discovery? A lump on the skin, especially one caused by illness or injury. Some people are spending (2) ___________________ at smartphones that a small bony bump is appearing above their neck. Talk about the words from the activity. How long has the clinician been doing his job? Cigarettes and skull shape smok.      a.  the last decadence DANGERS: Rank these with your partner. WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? Skull shape is a proxy for feeding, behavior, and phenotypic differentiation, allowing us to ask whether populations can be distinguished and whether patterns of variation indicate adaptability to changing environmental conditions a) Reuters Answered by Dr. Daniel Quon: Surgery: You should have a consultation with a H_ s__ d : " I h_v_ b__ n _ c l_n_c__ n f_r 2 0 y__ r s , _n d _n l y _n t h_ l_s t d_c_d_, _n c r__ s_n g l y , I h_v_ b__ n d_s c_v_r_n g t h_t m y p_t__ n t s h_v_ t h_s g r_w t h _n t h_ s k_l l . " New York, Skull shape is a component of “looks theory,” the foundational science (or rather, pseudoscience) that determines physical attractiveness.      c.  pressing the batting They say the skull bump rarely causes health issues. He said: "I have been a clinician for 20 years, and only in the last decade, increasingly, I have been discovering that my patients have this growth on the skull." Prior work found that modern humans and Neanderthals experienced multiple episodes of interbreeding, introducing Neanderthal DNA into the modern human genome. A large proportion of the skull shape variation (62.6%) of the North Atlantic delphinids was represented by principal components 1 and 2 of the PCA ), STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B), STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A). esmartphoneuseof1,200peopleaged18to86.Shaharsaid18to30-yea      b.  pressing the baton The skull is composed of two parts: the cranium and the mandible.In humans, these two parts are the neurocranium and the viscerocranium (facial skeleton) that includes the mandible as its largest bone. D_c t_r s _r_ c_l l_n g t h_s s t r__ n " t_x t n_c k " . In contrast, the closest extinct relatives of modern humans, Neanderthals, have the elongated skulls and brains that are typical of most primates. T h_y _d v_s_d p__ p l_ t_ c h_n g_ t h__ r p_s t_r_ _f t h__ r n_c k b_c_m_s s_r_. Scientists say that smartphones are changing the (1) ____ of people's skull. Share your words with your partner(s) and talk about them. What did doctors advise changing if their neck becomes sore? Give each other feedback on your articles. The scientists detailed their findings online Dec. 13 in the journal Current Biology. Change partners often and share what you wrote. Also, tell the others which is the least dangerous of these (and why): a lack of exercise, poor eyesight or neck strain. One of the features that distinguishes modern humans (right) from Neandertals (left) is a globular shape of the braincase. 1) Who said smartphones are changing the shape of people's skulls? Tell them why their dangers aren't as bad. Tell them why their dangers aren't as bad.      b.  bend ding our r-oldsweremorelikelytohavetheskullbumpsthanoldergenerations.H 4. Doctors are calling this strain "text neck". 1. (Please look at page 12 of the PDF to see a photocopiable example of this activity. 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