Analysis Science Investigation Lesson

Analysis Science Investigation Lesson

Powerpoint and worksheet, analysing data. Starter: what makes a good graph. Main: discuss anomalous result from both table and graph and explain to students what makes a good analysis. Info in powerpoint and worksheet. Plenary: Peer assessment, students look at the examples and choose the best one and explain why.
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Great Graphs: Animated Teaching Tool

Great Graphs: Animated Teaching Tool

This is a series of animated flash movies for students to use on a computer, to go through as homework, or for you to use on an IWB as an exposition teaching tool. I designed it to address the big issues students have with drawing axes (using sensible scales, marking off axes, identifying where the dependent variables should go etc), plotting points correctly and drawing lines of best fit. Great Graphs 1 - Drawing axes Great Graphs 2 - Plotting Points Great Graphs 3 - Lines of best fit (work in progress). Suitable for KS3, KS4 and Post 16 classes.
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Science corner - Energy experiment

Science corner - Energy experiment

This lesson plan was written by Sophie Duncan, project manager for science at the BBC. The article first appeared in TES Teacher magazine in February 2003. This lesson plan will give pupils an opportunity to investigate a magic trick and work out the science behind it
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Science corner - lesson plan on boomerangs

Science corner - lesson plan on boomerangs

This lesson plan was written by Sophie Duncan, project manager for science at the BBC. The article first appeared in TES Teacher magazine in November 2002. This lesson plan investigates how boomerangs bring us back to some basic laws of physics
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