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Title: Science Enquiry Lesson plans Overview


1
Science Enquiry Lesson plansOverview
  • Lloyd Forster
  • Haringey LA
  • 2006/07

2
Contents
  • Lesson 1 Planning view detailed teaching plan
  • Lesson 2 Graphs view detailed teaching plan
  • Lesson 3 Patterns in data view detailed teaching
    plan
  • Lesson 4 Accuracy and reliability view detailed
    teaching plan
  • Lesson 5 Evaluating a practical technique view
    detailed teaching plan
  • Lesson 6 What do we mean by evidence? View
    detailed teaching plan

3
Structure of each lesson
  • Learning outcomes- clearly outlined
  • Starter activity- Activities designed to review
    the learning in the previous lesson
  • Main activity- Supported by activities that
    involve groupwork, discussion and practical
    activities.
  • Plenary- these are supported by a Sc1 bank of
    21levelled questions Moatbridge answer booklet
  • (available electronically). Some of the
    questions can be used to support homework.

4
Lesson 1 Planning
  • Learning outcomes
  • Identify the different types of variables
  • Use a sensible range and number of values for the
    independent variable
  • Recognise that variables cannot always be
    controlled
  • Plenary
  • Variables card sort

5
Lesson 2 graphs
  • Learning outcomes
  • Label axis with correct variable
  • Describe the relationship shown by a graph using
    correct language
  • Draw line of best fit
  • Plenary
  • Level 4 (Q6) , Level 5 (Q13), Level 7 (Q19)

6
Lesson 3 patterns in data
  • Learning outcomes
  • Describe and interpret patterns in data to
    support the writing of a conclusion
  • Plenary
  • Level 4 (Q3), Level 5 (Q10), level 6 (Q16)

7
Lesson 4 Accuracy and reliability
  • Recognise that a range of data collected can
    affect the reliability of evidence
  • Explain that repeating results checks reliability
  • Identify when to repeat results
  • Plenary
  • Sentence builder

8
Lesson 5Evaluating a practical technique
  • Identify odd looking results (anomalies)
  • Explain possible reasons why anomalies exist
  • Describe practical suggestions to improve the
    procedure
  • Decide whether the anomaly is an under- or over
    estimate of what was expected
  • Plenary
  • Level 4 (Q4), Level 4 (Q2), Level 6 (14)

9
Lesson 6 What do we mean by evidence?
  • Decide what evidence to collect
  • Identify whether you might have sufficient data
    and a suitable range
  • Choose which evidence is suitable to support a
    view
  • Plenary
  • Level 4 (Q5), Level 5 (Q11), Level 6 (Q15

10
Lesson 1
  • Practical activities
  • Investigating relation between angle of slide and
    time take to roll down slide
  • How to make the best cup of black tea
  • Do the tallest pupils jump the furthest?

11
Lesson 2
  • Practical activities
  • To find out if different masses of salts take the
    same time to dissolve in water?
  • To find out if different colour plastic bags have
    the same strength?

12
Lesson 3
  • Practical activities
  • Circus of activities
  • Large to small beakers with a coloured liquid
    that gets darker as size increases
  • Candles of different heights with stop watches
    set to different times to show how long they
    would burn for
  • Density blocks that are the same size but
    labelled with different masses
  • Different sized measuring cylinders with the same
    volume of water in each

13
Lesson 4
  • Practical activities
  • Which measuring instrument? a range of
    measuring cylinders,stop clocks,thermometers,meter
    sticks,pH meter, universal indicator paper,
    balances and newton meters
  • Stretching a spring experiment

14
Lesson 5
  • Practical activities
  • Dissolving salt in water-DEMO.

15
Lesson 6
  • Practical activities
  • Dissolving sugar in water experiment
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