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light_and_shadows_planning - TERM:2 SUBJECT:Science...

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TERM:  2 SUBJECT:  Science THEME:  Light and shadows   YEAR GROUP:  3 RESOURCES: Torches, metre sticks, a variety of light sources, chalk, a variety of  different materials.  http://www.channel4learning.net/sites/essentials/science/physical/quiz.jsp? unit=Light+and+shadows&unitShortName=lightshadows&rand=1225210999102-   light and shadows quiz. http://www.ngfl- cymru.org.uk/vtc/20050520/Science/Keystage2/Physicalprocess/Shadows/Introducti on/default.htm-  shadows change length and position as the Sun moves across the sky.  http://www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/science/colour_an d_light/shiney/shiney.cfm?m1=0&n=paul66beet&userid=46162-  position of  shadows/ objects block the light source creating a shadow.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/science/activities/light_shadows.shtml   www.educationcity.com   VOCABULARY:  Light source Shadow Sun Block Direction Light travels Transparent Opaque Translucent REFERENCES: Learning Objectives What do we want the children to learn? Possible activities  How will they learn it? Planned outcomes Evaluation - To explore the children’s existing knowledge of light and  shadows.   - To explore the concept of a light source. - Board-blast key terms. Explore children’s ideas.  - In small groups, children have a thought-shower using flip- chart paper. Walk and talk ideas.  - Begin to build a concept map of light and shadows as a whole  class- children continue individually. Differentiated by outcome.  - KWHL grids.  - In the classroom- what can the children notice as a light  source? What about at home? Complete a chart on various light  sources.  http://www.ngfl- cymru.org.uk/vtc/Phase2delivery/Wales/Science/Keystage1/Phy
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