2. Oily or greasy hair: this occurs when the oil gland are over-active and produce more oil than is needed.
3. Soft hair: this is light and can easily be blow about by wind. 4. Tough or coarse hair: this is thick and could be difficult to comb or manage.
5. Short hair and long hair: some people can inherit short hair while other has long hair.
Care of the Hair Wash with good shampoo and warm water.
Dry he hair and scalp with towel.
Massage the scalp with good hair cream oil to lubricate it.
Comb the thoroughly to keep it tidy.
Assignment: mention five items or materials used for taking care of the hair. WEEK 4 TOPIC: THE HUMAN BODY: STRUCTURE AND PARTS OF THE EYE, NOSE AND EAR The eye The eye is one of the sense organs. It for seeing. It also affects the physical appearance.
The structure of the eye The eye is made up of different parts. Each part performs a special function.
i.The eyebrow: it protect sweat from running down into the eye.
ii. Eye lashes: protect the eye from dirt and dust.
iii. Eye lids: can close to protect the eye from foreign objects.
iv. Eye balls: for sight. Each is connected to the brain by the sensory nerve called optical nerve.
v. Cornea: is a protective layer which keeps dust and dirt away from the pupils of the eye.
vi. The iris: the coloured part of the eyes that surround the pupil and help the pupil to regulate itself to either brightness or darkness.
vii.Pupil: the hole through which the light enters into the eyes.
viii. The lens: A glass-like part of the eye that changes its size to help the eye to see objects that are far and near.
x.The retina: it is a light sensitive sport where image is formed.