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SS_chewing - Miss Smith Science-Humans and Animals Year...

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Unformatted text preview: Miss Smith Science-Humans and Animals Year Four (8-9) Date/Duration Learning Objective Activities Resources Assessment Lesson 1 To be able to identify how the teeth aid the digestive process To be able to make predictions To be able to record results As a class look at a collection of food. Ask the children in pairs to sort them into groups. Let them select the criteria. (use flash cards peanuts, bread, crisps, apples, sweets) Pool ideas. Direct discussion onto chewing food. What happens to the food as you chew? How does it change? What kinds of foods need most chewing? Which teeth do you use for certain foods? Which teeth do you use for biting and for chewing? What does your tongue do when you are chewing? Ask the children to think up an investigation title for the class to carry out. Direct classification and make predictions on .Foods that need lots of chewing Foods that dont need chewing Foods that need some chewing Decide as a group how we will carry it out In science groups decide what they will need ? Discuss as a class fair testing How will we record the results? Let more able devise their own tables for results if time. If short of time give all a possible way to Flash cards x16 sets peanuts, bread, crisps, apples, sweets Pieces of card for classification Peanuts bread crisps apples sweets Plates Prediction sheet x4 levels Results table Conclusion sheet record. record....
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