friction_planning_y4 - St. Johns Planning 2010/11 Please...

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Subject: Science Friction Year Group: 4 Date: Autumn 1 Please use bullet points only LO Success Communicatio n Application of number and IT Working with others Improving learning and performance Problem solving Activity Differentiation – indicate adult support HA MA LA SEN ICT and Thinking Questions ? Knowledge ? Comprehensio n ? Application ? Analysis ? Synthesis ? Evaluation Resources 1 To understand that magnets and springs use forces To understand forces go in different directions To think about what we already know about forces I can represent the way a force moves by drawing an arrow I can describe the forces exerted by a magnet and spring Intro- Do a KWL grid on forces and friction Write the words ‘pull, push and twist’ on board and ask if anyone can come to the front and show what we mean by each of these three actions. -Ask children ‘think about when you got up for school this morning, can you think of some pushes, pulls and twists that you did?’ i.e. pull the door -share ideas and remind children that these are all forces. Remind children about magnets and springs, what do they do? Why? -Group work: allow 10 minutes for children to explore the objects on their tables and to think about what is being pulled, pushed or twisted, does anything change shape? -Call back and ask children to share what they noticed, extend description by asking which way were you pulling? What direction was it going? Write on the board -choose one example and explain we are going to represent what happened as a drawing, show on interactive whiteboard the diagram and explain that the arrow shows the direction it is moving and we must show this as well as label the push, pull or twist. Activity: Children to do their own annotated drawings of their findings, the arrows, labelled and to write a sentence about it underneath. LA- Work with (T) and use the pictures provided on CD MA- have more complex words to sort HA – To include the words attract and repel in their work ICT- whiteboard What other examples can we think of that we use forces in ever day life? CD, magnets. Paper clips, paper fasteners, spilt pins, coppers, elastic bands, springs, Page to photocopy for LA. 2 To  understand  that forces  can change  I can work well with a partner I can recognise that forces can Intro- Give children some time to manipulate some of the materials that are on their tables and encourage them to think about what movements they are doing. -As a class brain storm words that are suggested, bounce, bend, and L/A- work along side these children who find it difficult to get started using their Why have I asked you to use these words? What has drama
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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