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Earth and Human Activity Worksheets (NGSS)

Earth and Human Activity Worksheets (NGSS)

Worksheets about Earth and Human Activity: 1. A “Color, cut and glue” activity about living beings and their habitats + Key; 2. A “Color, cut and glue” activity about the relationship between the needs of living beings and their habitats + Key; 3. Daily record of the weather and comparison with the weather forecast; 4. Research information about the weather forecast; 5. A “Color, cut and glue” activity about which clothes to wear accordingly to the weather + Key; 6. Build a Weather Chart; 7. Helpful/Harmful behaviours to the Earth+ Key; 8. Hands-on activity about designing solutions to weather related hazards + Teacher’s guide + Student’s worksheet; 9. I should…/should not… worksheet about helping the Earth; 10. How to be prepared to severe weather hazards + Key; 11. Severe weather definitions + Key; 12. A “Cut and glue” activity about renewable and nonrenewable natural resources + Key; 13. A Linking activity about renewable/nonrenewable energy + Key; 14. A “Cut and glue” activity about energy resources impact on the environment + Key; 15. Hands-on activity about designing and constructing an earthquake resistant building + Teacher’s guide + Student’s worksheet; 16. How to save water activity; 17. Writing activity about recycle, reuse and reduce waste to protect the environment; 18. Writing activity about actions that help the Earth; 19. A “Word search” activity + Key; 20. Activity about how water is used in our houses; 21. Worksheet about ways humans affect the environment + Key. NGSS: K-ESS3-1; K-ESS3-2; K-ESS3-3; 3-ESS3-1; 4-ESS3-1; 4-ESS3-2; 5-ESS3-1
BioGeoScience
Scientific Literacy

Scientific Literacy

This video introduces the concept of scientific literacy to secondary level students, how it relates to academic studies as well as citizenship in a democratic society. Specific examples from everyday life are examined: climate change, GMO foods, space exploration, genetic testing, health and medicine, to name a few. Students are walked through how to read a food label, in particular examining the ubiquity of high-fructose corn syrup in fast foods and soft drinks. The video concludes with tying scientific literacy in with the importance of making healthy choices. Video: 6'45" NGSS Standards for Life Sciences and Chemistry
dobrien7
Eyes and the importance of good eye health

Eyes and the importance of good eye health

Lesson plan on eye anatomy and importance of looking after your eyes developed by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (the NHS in Greater Manchester). It is suitable for years 5 and 6 (although may be easily adapted for younger children). It covers: - Year 6 science relating to eyes. - PHSE on Eye health and looking after your eyes This lesson has already been delivered in a number of Greater Manchester primary schools in the summer of 2017 and received excellent feedback.
Eyecare1
Super Size Me Movie Viewing Guide

Super Size Me Movie Viewing Guide

Although this documentary is over a decade old, the Super Size Me movie guide is still a powerful, thought provoking activity for to your students. Follow Morgan Spurlock as he eats only food from McDonald’s for 30 days. Challenge your students to analyze his experience and apply them to their lives. For more product images and sample questions please visit: http://k12movieguides.com/product/super-size-movie-guide/ Is this movie guide worth it? Check out the reviews and ratings of my other guides, check out the preview file for this product, and download my free Kung Fu Panda 3 Movie Guide here to try before you buy. An answer key is not included as many questions are open-ended and encourage students to analyze the film. Many answers will not fit into a 'box'. Students are encouraged to construct their own meaning from the characters' dialogue and behavior. Here are my tips for using this movie guide in your classroom: -Print one, double-sided movie guide for each student -Preview each question on the movie guide as you come to it before resuming the movie -Pause at the times designated on the movie guide and help students if necessary -Discussion here is great, encourage and allow students to share their ideas and thoughts for any question -Discourage students from simply copying answers -If needed, and if time allows, feel free to rewind and show important parts of the movie for additional analysis -After completing the short answers on the movie guide, allow about 10 minutes for each essay question at the end -On average, completing this movie guide will require about 45 minutes in addition to the length of the movie Your feedback, ratings, likes and follows are appreciated: *Follow me on TpT : ) https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Super-Size-Me-Movie-Viewing-Guide-PG-2004-3386153 *Follow me on Pinterest : ) https://www.pinterest.com/teachertrav/ *Like my Facebook page : ) https://www.facebook.com/k12movieguides/ *Subscribe to my blog : ) http://k12movieguides.com/ *Follow me on Instagram : ) https://www.instagram.com/teachertravis/
travis82
Respiratory  system  - Year 8, KS3 stage

Respiratory system - Year 8, KS3 stage

KS 3 students, especially Year 8 students will learn about the respiratory system that allows our body inhale and exhale the gaseous. It covers the following learning objectives: 1. Understand the structure of the respiratory system and their functions. 2. Explain the mechanism of inhalation and exhalation. 3. Explain the gas exchanges during breathing. 4. Understand the different between inhalation and exhalation process. 5. Understand the effect of smoking to respiratory system.
siewling0821
Year 8 Science Scheme of work

Year 8 Science Scheme of work

Detailed scheme of work including: - ideas for starters, bell work, main and plenary - lesson objectives - leveled earning outcomes - focused on practical skills - scheme of work designed to provide students with a good basis of knowledge and key skills to help them deal with GCSE's
shahidaislam
Year 2 Science Assessment Concept Maps

Year 2 Science Assessment Concept Maps

Concept maps for each of the National Curriculum science topics in Year 2. Idea is for children to complete at the start of the topic- to see understanding prior to teaching the unit, then again at the end to assess learning. Key vocabulary from each topic is already recorded and children (as a whole class or in adult-led group) draw lines to make links between each word, explaining links made. Children can also add their own words to the diagram. Teachers can use to assess understanding and also ask targeted questions for children to explain concepts in more depth.
hpeckett
Reproduction: LIfe Cycle

Reproduction: LIfe Cycle

A collection of resources that I am putting together for my own students on the topic of reproduction and the life cycle. This will be added to in time. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277