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Magnets are magic! A primary science CLIL / ESL lesson plan on magnetism

Magnets are magic! A primary science CLIL / ESL lesson plan on magnetism

Key information: • Teaching science in English at A1 to A2 level • 45-minute lesson • Student's handout + Teacher's notes • English language support for both teacher and students Rationale: In this lesson, learners read about magnets, steel and iron, then do an experiment to explore and verify basic scientific facts. Through predicting, experimenting, observing and stating observations, learners experience and develop understanding of scientific processes and methods while also expanding their scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding. The lesson encourages learners to become interested in and curious about science concepts while developing their thinking and language skills. Content objectives: To experiment with and observe the force of a magnet on objects which do and don’t contain iron; to predict and confirm predictions about which objects a magnet will attract; to understand that magnets attract iron. Language objectives: To use simple present tense to express scientific facts; to use simple future tense to make predictions; to use 'contains'/'doesn’t contain' to describe the characteristics of an object. These lessons have been designed to support teachers’ and learners’ use of English in the following contexts: • bilingual education • Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) • English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) • Content-Based Instruction (CBI) • English as a Second Language (ESL) • English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
CamEnglish
Scientific Method Poster and Anchor Charts

Scientific Method Poster and Anchor Charts

This resource pack contains 24 scientific method vocabulary posters. Each poster has an explanation of the term and a picture or diagram to illustrate the word to the student. Each poster is written in a student friendly voice for easy understanding. These posters make excellent anchor charts and look fantastic on your wall. Words included are: Scientific Method, Hypothesis, Control group, Variables, Problem, Data, materials, Procedure, Observation, Conclusion, Science, Classifying, Fair test, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Zoology, Geology, Geography, Astronomy, Bar chart, Pie chart, Line graph, Stem and leaf. If you would like any words added please contact me and i am happy to do so. Enjoy.
Kiwilander
Flight Lapbook

Flight Lapbook

This flight unit is aligned with Grade 6 Alberta Curriculum. It covers Hot Air Balloons, Propellers, Gliders and Parachutes. It compares Rockets vs Aircrafts and has a list of all required vocabulary. Cover your whole unit at once with this interactive Lapbook! Versions included: Full-Colour Teacher Resources Full-Colour Student Version Greyscale Student Version
thelapbooklady
Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics

Covering the Alberta Curriculum for the science content, this LapBook has 6 foldables covering 6 curriculum points. Vocabulary, streamlining, How insects and birds fly, all about air and Bernoulli's principle. Complete with diagrams, and teacher resources, this is a ready to go no prep unit! Versions Included: Full-Colour Student Version Full-Colour Teacher resource Greyscale Student version
thelapbooklady
Wind Power Challenge in Welsh

Wind Power Challenge in Welsh

Our popular power challenge is a hands on STEM challenge suitable for pupils 7-18. Pupils design a simple wind turbine to lift a cup off the floor. As well as for use in lessons it is perfect for STEM clubs, transition and can be used to gain a CREST award. Materials also available in English. Go to www.practicalaction.org/wind-power-challenge-stem where you will also find a renewable energy poster you can request for free.
PracticalAction
Forces and Motion Display Vocabulary Cards

Forces and Motion Display Vocabulary Cards

18 visual forces and motion vocabulary cards that are perfect for your topic word wall complete with a title. They are a great way to help your children learn the key terms needed for this exciting topic. We have found them especially helpful for children with English as an additional language. Each card contains the key word, definition, and visual aid. Contents - 18 X Key Vocabulary Cards - Display Title - 2 X Blank Cards (for the children to create their own) Vocabulary Included - Force - Friction - Speed - Velocity - Pulley - Acceleration - Balanced Force - Unbalanced Force - Gravity - Isaac Newton - Air Resistance - Streamline - Magnetic - Simple Machine - Work - Lever - Effort Arm - Resistance Arm ----------------------------------- Check out our other Word Walls: Weather & The Water Cycle The Rock Cycle ----------------------------------- Enjoy!
adamjharvey245
Science - Ancient Greece (Forces)

Science - Ancient Greece (Forces)

KS2, 8 lessons - Science unit of work linked to the Ancient Greeks focusing on the skills of forces. Lessons include: Gravity, mechanical advantage, gears, pulleys and air resistance. Take science lessons back in time to the Groovy Greeks!
Robpmyers
Revision 2 - Exam style questions (KS3, Year 8, IGCSE)

Revision 2 - Exam style questions (KS3, Year 8, IGCSE)

This is the exam style questions for KS3 students. It involves 1. Kinetic theory 2. Elements, compounds, and mixtures 3. Reaction of metals 4. Distance- time graph 5. States of matter 6. Respiratory system 7. Alloy 8. Testing for gases **Answer scripts are available for FREE at http://myanswerscripts.weebly.com/**
siewling0821
Force, motion, and energy game

Force, motion, and energy game

This boardgames includes 30 rigors questions. It has a set of QR answers and a regular answer sheet. 5.6 Force, motion, and energy. The student knows that energy occurs in many forms and can be observed in cycles, patterns, and systems. The student is expected to: (A) explore the uses of energy, including mechanical, light, thermal, electrical, and sound energy; (B) demonstrate that the flow of electricity in circuits requires a complete path through which an electric current can pass and can produce light, heat, and sound; (C) demonstrate that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object or travels through one medium to another and demonstrate that light can be reflected such as the use of mirrors or other shiny surfaces and refracted such as the appearance of an object when observed through water; and (D) design an experiment that tests the effect of force on an object.
einne_jay
Vectors - Force & Pythagorean Theorem - PPT

Vectors - Force & Pythagorean Theorem - PPT

This PPT includes; (40 slides) - Objectives - Scalar and Vector Quantities • Representing Vectors • Equality of Vectors • Negative of a Vector • Multiplication and Division of Vectors by Scalars • Addition of Vectors • Subtraction of Vectors • Components of a Vector • Pythagorean Theorem - Why is direction important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Physics around us... - Questions with answers - Review - HW To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
veyselbiga
Practical Science: Reaction Rates and Fair Tests with Bottle Rockets KS2

Practical Science: Reaction Rates and Fair Tests with Bottle Rockets KS2

This resource was developed with Royal Society of Chemistry funding. Its original aim was to support Cub Scout leaders with the Scientist badge. However, it also works really well with KS2 pupils in school. The leaders notes contain a detailed plan for running the activity in class. It is recommended that you read these through and have a test run before doing this is school. You will also need to complete your own Risk Assessment. Its a really exciting hands-on experiment which pupils will be desperate to manipulate for themselves! Pupils will learn about a fair test, reaction rates, states of matter, forces
SarahBearchell