bridge_investigation_booklet

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Unformatted text preview: Used to assess and evaluate childrens learning during a structure themed science investigation. Chn were asked to build a bridge that spanned 50cm and could take at least 800g in weight. A group had newspaper, another artstraws and another had dry spaghetti. They had a variety of equipment available, but had to choose their equipment before building they had to design before touching any equipment. They then could not choose any additional equipment once they had collected it. They had to build according to their design, test and then evaluate and improve their design, build and test again. Worked really well, 2 nd spaghetti bridge took over 6kg, artstraws 9kg all based on improvement of design. Can be adapted to other investigations. Printed as double sided-3 page booklet. Bridge Investigation Question (What we are going to investigate): __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ The materials I will use are: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________...
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