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I provide a wide range of resources for use in the classroom and around school. My resources build on children's learning and consider the smaller steps children need to take to achieve the learning. My resources have a focus on 'mastery' style questions where possible, to develop children's critical thinking and reasoning skills. As a practicing primary teacher myself, I know how essential it is to have well organised lesson resources with engaging activities that focus on the learning.

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pptx, 171.92 KB
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pptx, 68.2 KB
How to make a cloud in the classroom! Lesson PowerPoint, planning and Activity

The seventh (final) in a series of lessons to develop children's knowledge about 'States of Matter,' for the 2014 primary curriculum. Links to coverage of the curriculum are explicit in the planning (for both States of Matter and Working Scientifically)

We are learning to explain the processes of evaporation and condensation.

An interesting mastery question for a starter, to develop children's critical thinking and reasoning.

Recaps, revisits and builds on children's prior knowledge from previous lesson on the water cycle, evaporation, condensation and precipitation. .

Develop's children's scientific explanations of evaporation and condensation, through participation in an engaging experiment.

Step by step explanation of how to make a cloud in a class. Equipment is easy to obtain, a list is provided on the planning an in the PowerPoint.

As the experiment needs the use of boiling water and a match, a warning is given on both the PowerPoint and in the planning, to be shared appropriately with the class to keep children safe.

Further 'mastery' thinking required for deepening and mastering learning, through thought provoking questions etc.

Choice of 3 differentiated follow up activities (2 are provided, one is an independent task and is on the PowerPoint).

Opportunity for written peer assessment as a plenary (included within tasks 1 and 2 and provided separately for group 3)

As an engaging hook, the follow up activity is linked to the Ancient Greeks (writing instructions for the King of Gods and God of the weather, Zeus). However, this could very easily be adapted to another topic.

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