Today in British Science Week is a bit different and instead of just one lesson plan we’re giving your four to choose from! Feel free to use these in your classrooms.
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Students will research different scientists to understand they come from a wide range of backgrounds and pursue many different goals and interests.
What Really Matters?
Students will recognise the properties of matter and how matter changes in two days of activities.
Students will discover scientific proof about the changing climate, as well as practice interpreting graphs. They will also evaluate their own impact on climate change and propose ways they can positively affect the environment.
WWI Medicine Drop:
Students will research gravity and ways they can reduce the effects of gravity on a falling object. Students will plan and design a container to drop an egg from a height to simulate the RAF medicine drop. Students will analyse their results and feedback on design improvements.
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