Earlier this year, astronomers discovered one of the closest supernovas in decades. Now, new data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has provided information on the environment of the star before it exploded, and insight into the possible cause of the explosion. (NASA/CXC/A. Hobart)
A listener wrote to us with an interesting question. She wondered what triggers lactation in monotremes.
In humans and other placental mammals, the detachment of the placenta triggers hormonal changes in a new mom that lead to milk production. But monotremes, like the platypus, lay eggs and don’t have placentas. So how does the mother’s body know when to start lactating?
A lesson plan and set of activities from the Children's Society, to help develop children’s awareness of the issue of running away. This lesson seeks to help children:
• Understand what it means to run away;
• Understand the reasons why young people might run away (the ‘triggers’);
• Identify the feelings involved in wanting to run away.
Our World, Relationships, Is it fair and Looking for meaning , board markscheme and various different text books to make sure that the pupils have more than enough to get top marks. I put the question up, get the pupils to tell me what they think the answer is, discuss it in relation to the mark scheme and what they already know and then give them the answer to write down in their books. I then set a hw for them to learn them off by heart and then test them the next lesson - although they moan, they actually like receiving grades! Hope this helps you. Please leave a comment.
Goes from the dinosaurs through key periods of history to the present day. Use MS Word to adapt it.
I have added the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Middle Ages to the updated version. As well as the first public railway in 1825, England winning the World Cup in 1966 and the 2012 Olympics.
This lesson is a 2 lessons based around conditions in the trenches and contains a presentation detailing conditions in the trenches.
A starter activity using a primary source from a soldier in WW1
and a marketplace discovery activity for students to explore conditions in the trenches.
This task is used to help students prepare a creative writing task in the form of a trench diary and includes resources to support the planning of a trench diary
In this lesson students challenge the History Channel and decide which weapon they believe was most effective in WW1. The lesson plan is attached but feel free to ask questions should you have any. Please note publisher document may contain two pages. Writing frame can be used for SEN students. Comments are appreciated :-) Thanks to the History Channel for the clip which is used in line with their fair usage policy. Images were located using a search engine filtered to "labelled for resuse".