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Electromagnetic Induction
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Electromagnetic Induction

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how a voltage is induced across a coil of wire as a magnetic field cuts through it. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How Can electricity Be Generated Using Magnetism? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe the effect a magnetic field has on a conductor to identify the factors that determine the size of the induced voltage in a conductor Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Dispersion of White Light
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Dispersion of White Light

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how white light is split-up into its component colours. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used with younger pupils and at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How Can Light Be Split Up Into Its Component Colours? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to identify the colours of the spectrum to identify the colour of the spectrum that is refracted the most and the colour that is refracted the least Comprehension to explain how the amount of refraction produces the colour spectrum Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Speed and Velocity
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Speed and Velocity

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the difference between speed and velocity. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: What Is The Difference Between Speed And Velocity? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to recognise the difference between distance and displacement to recognise the difference between a scalar and vector quantity Analysis to calculate speed to calculate velocity Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
The Seasons
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The Seasons

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how and why the seasons change during the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 11 to 14 year old pupils. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: Why is it hot in the summer and cold in the winter? Learning Outcomes Comprehension to explain why the seasons change as the Earth orbits the Sun to explain why the position of the Earth during its orbit has a different effect on the surface temperature at different locations on the Earth Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Distance Time graphs
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Distance Time graphs

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A PPT (02 +) with animated sequences that demonstrates the difference between average and instantaneous speeds. During animations a bar appears under the navigation buttons that wipes across until the animation has finished; it can be paused. For the buttons to work, the macro security level has to be set to medium. This is very easy and only needs to be done once; it will not compromise your computer. Select then then select. This is for ver. 2002; it might be different for later versions. COMMENTS WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED
Wind Turbines
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Wind Turbines

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A PPT (02+) with animated sequences showing the major components and demonstrating how wind turbines turn the energy of the wind into electricity. During animations a bar appears under the navigation buttons that wipes across until the animation has finished; it can be paused. For the buttons to work, the macro security level has to be set to medium. This is very easy and only needs to be done once; it will not compromise your computer. Select then then select. This is for ver. 2002; it might be different for later versions. COMMENTS MUCH APPRECIATED
Electromagnetic Relays
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Electromagnetic Relays

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the workings and purpose of electromagnetic relays. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used for younger pupils. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How can a low current be used to switch a high current? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to identify the components in an electromagnetic relay Comprehension to explain the workings of an electromagnetic relay Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Gravitational Potential Energy
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Gravitational Potential Energy

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences using a roller coaster to show the transfer of gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy, and visa versa. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used for more able younger pupils or at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How Do Roller Coasters Work? Learning Outcomes Analysis to calculate gravitational potential energy (GPE). to infer the gain in kinetic energy (KE) from the amount of GPE transferred. Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Geostationary Satellites
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Geostationary Satellites

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how a satellite can be stationary above the Earth, whilst orbiting the Earth. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How does satellite television work? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe the features and uses of geostationary satellites Comprehension to explain why geostationary satellites appear to be stationary in the sky Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Alpha Particle Scattering
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Alpha Particle Scattering

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how Rutherford’s alpha particle scattering experiment provided evidence of the nuclear nature of the atom. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How Can electricity Be Generated Using Magnetism? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to recount Rutherford’s alpha particle scattering experiment Comprehension to explain why this experiment led to a better understanding of the structure of the atom Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Acceleration of Freefall
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Acceleration of Freefall

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the derivation of the acceleration of a falling object due to gravity. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: By how much does a falling object accelerate? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe a method for determining the acceleration of a falling object Analysis to calculate the speed of a falling object to calculate the acceleration of a falling object Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Internal Combustion Engine
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Internal Combustion Engine

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the energy transfers that take place in an internal combustion engine. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How do Internal Combustion Engines Work? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to identify the major components in an internal combustion engine to identify the energy transfers that take place in an internal combustion engine Synthesis to construct a Sankey diagram Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a racing car. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: Can an object move if the forces acting on it are balanced? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to to identify the forces acting on a moving object to describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on moving and stationary objects Analysis To calculate the size and direction of a resultant force Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Ionization
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Ionization

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how how radiation can lead to the ionization of atoms. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How can radiation change the properties of an atom? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to state the different types of ionizing radiation and their relative ionizing strengths to state the dangers of ionizing radiation Comprehension to explain the process of physical ionization Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
SONAR
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SONAR

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how SONAR uses ultrasound to detect objects underwater. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How can objects be detected underwater? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe how echoes can be used to detect objects underwater to name some applications of SONAR Comprehension to explain why ultrasound is used for SONAR Analysis to calculate distances based on echo delay times Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Sound Waves and Hearing
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Sound Waves and Hearing

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the nature of sound waves and how the ear converts these into electrical signals that are sent to the brain. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 11 to 14 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level for the purposes of revision. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson . If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How do we hear sounds? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe a sound wave in terms of particles and energy transfer Comprehension to explain the processes within the ear that lead to our perception of sound Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Night and Day
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Night and Day

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how the rotation of the Earth results in night and day. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 11 to 14 year old pupils but can also be used with younger pupils as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: Why Do We Have Night And Day? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe the Earth’s 24 hour cycle and how this results in day and night to recognise the effect that the tilt of the Earth’s axis has on the northern and southern hemispheres Analysis to compare the relative times of day in different parts of the World. Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Rutherford-Bohr Atomic Model
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Rutherford-Bohr Atomic Model

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the structure of the Rutherford-Bohr atomic model Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used at a higher level as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How Does Atomic Number Dictate Position In The Periodic Table? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to state the properties of sub-atomic particles to define atomic number and mass number Comprehension to state the difference between group number and period number Analysis to calculate the number of neutrons from the mass number and atomic number Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
The Safety Fuse
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The Safety Fuse

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A PPT (02+) with animated sequences demonstrating how the safety fuse requires a connection to earth in order for it melt during a fault. During animations a bar appears under the navigation buttons that wipes across until the animation has finished; it can be paused. For the buttons to work, the macro security level has to be set to medium. This is very easy and only needs to be done once; it will not compromise your computer. Select then then select. This is for ver. 2002; it might be different for later versions. COMMENTS WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED
Hydroelectric Power Stations
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Hydroelectric Power Stations

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing the workings of a hydroelectric power station. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 14 to 16 year old pupils but can also be used for younger pupils as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson but could be spread over two lessons if needs be. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: How can water generate electricity? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to identify the major components in a hydroelectric power station to describe the energy transfers that take place in a hydroelectric power station to list the advantages and disadvantages of hydroelectric power stations Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.