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Y6_light_planning - The Willows Revised Foundation Subject MTP 2011-2012 Subject:Science Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Unit:Howweseethings

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The Willows Revised Foundation Subject MTP 2011-2012 Subject: Science  Unit: How we see things  Year: 6 Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Introduction Main Activity (Differentiation) Plenary Key Vocabulary Resources 1 To know that light  comes from a  variety of sources To make a list of  different light  sources found  within the home  and classroom and  outside To be able to  distinguish  between a light  source and an  object that reflects  light (moon) Start by introducing the topic of light.  Allow pupils a few  minutes in their TP to produce a mind map of what they  already know.  Take feedback and list comments/questions  on the board. What is a ‘light source’?  Discuss and brainstorm some  different light sources.   Show the children ‘light sources in your bedroom at night’  clip: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/ Add/discuss light sources, in particular the moon.  Why is  this NOT a light source? category each source of light would go into. Why does the sun produce light? How do electric lights  produce light?  Discuss. Show a picture of some animals that produce light and  explain how through chemical reactions they do this. How  does this help them?   HA Stick the Sources of Light picture in their  books/colour/label. Children to list the different light sources in  the picture, and to put them into two  add to the list. Discuss which of the light  sources pupils think are  the strongest/weakest? How can we test this? Show the children the clip  from the BBC learning  zone site used earlier  called ‘an introduction to  light sources’. What other light sources  did you see?  What ‘reflective’ light  sources did you see?  Light sources Luminous Natural Man Made Synthetic Reflect Sources of Light  picture Pictures of animals  that produce light  (glow- worms) – see  PowerPoint  presentation MA Stick the Sources of Light picture in their  books/colour/label. Children to list the different light sources in  the picture, and to put them into two  LA Stick the Sources of Light picture in their  books/colour/label. Pupils to list all the light sources in the  picture and to add extra ideas of their own. Notes for future planning:
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Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Introduction Main Activity (Differentiation) Plenary Key Vocabulary Resources 2 To know how the  human eye works To label parts of  the human eye To state what each  part of the human  eye does Give the ch mirrors and ask them to look carefully at their  own eyes (do not put fingers into eyes – discuss). Roughly draw the eye from the front on the board.  Can the 
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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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Y6_light_planning - The Willows Revised Foundation Subject MTP 2011-2012 Subject:Science Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Unit:Howweseethings

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