Thank you for sharing this but I don't find it very useful! Instead I find it very recipe based and I don't think this type of approach lends itself well to getting learners to think in a scientific way. On one slide it says put it in a context. I fail to see the context here.
This is an excellent resource has been selected to feature on the @TESPrimary twitter feed over the next week. Thank you so much for sharing, you are helping to inspire teachers and students all over the world!
A 'Sector Skills Council' Factsheet on the forensic science industry, giving advice on all types of jobs in this area. Employment, careers, job roles, work-related learning, Range of opportunities, Types of work, Skills & qualities and Business structures / work roles, work placements, employability. (Apprenticeships, Further Education, Getting a Job, Higher Education, Work Experience).
A mixture of resources I use for this unit. Some I have made and some have been reworked. All credits are given within the actual documents. I have used a lot of resources from http://mrsimonporter.wikispaces.com/ that I have reworked to suit my style. I cannot take any credit for this work and other resources that are reworked originals. All these are also credited within the documents themself.
A mixture of resources I use for this unit. Some I have made and some have been reworked. All credits are given within the actual documents. I cannot take any credit for this work and other resources that are reworked originals. All these are also credited within the documents themself.
I have used a lot of resources from http://mrsimonporter.wikispaces.com/ that I have reworked to suit my style.
The book is designed to support new and existing science teachers. It put together a number of old and new ways to inspire students and engage them in their learning. This is particularly useful for new and trainee science teachers as it gives ideas and guidance, all in one place.
This is a merge of the 3 book in the series of making science engaging and memorable through the use of investigations and demonstrations.
This book contains all 150 demonstrations and investigations from the 3 books that are also available separately.
KS3/ KS4 science, product design, P. E.
Using information on the properties of materials to design a prosthetic limb. The activity requires students to create, evaluate and use feedback to improve their design.
PPT- This provides an introduction on Paralympic sprinting. It contains a slide with material information cards to be cut out and distributed among pairs of students. These are to support them with their prosthetic design. It then provides guidance for students on the critique of other prosthetic designs in the class. Finally, it contains a prompt slide discussing the advantages and disadvantages of athletes using prosthetic. The related blog-writing task could be set for homework.
Prosthetic design template support sheet- includes a prosthetic template with writing frames that can be used to guide students with their design.
Blog writing frame- provides students who need support with guidance on how to approach their blog.
Colourful cards and pockets to create an extension activity display.
Lots of activities sorted into four categories - summary, application, word games and planning.
Student choose an activity from the pocket specified or allow free choice.