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Unformatted text preview: The Willows Revised Foundation Subject MTP 2011 2012 Subject: Scienc e Unit: Micro organisms Year: 6 Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Introduction Main Activity (Differentiation) Plenary Key Vocabulary Resources 1 LO: To know what a micro organism is. - To state what a microorganism is- To list the names of some common microorganisms - State how we come into contact with microorganisms. Explain that the new topic will be microorganisms & explain the term. Discuss what the pupils think microorganisms do & where they exist. Discuss how we can see them under a microscope. show examples on IWB. Discuss how we come into contact with microorganisms- food/water- air- through touch - body fluids (blood/salvia) Display the following list of words on the IWB:- microbe- germ- bacteria- virus- yeast- mould- infection Pupils use a dictionary/Lap Top to look up and record the meaning of each one. Extension: pupils can write out singular/plural form of the words, and if there are any other meanings of the words. Can children explain to their partner what a micro organism is? Discuss the correct definitions for each of the words and where we may be able to use these words throughout the topic. Micro organisms Illnesses Infections Germs Microbe Yeast Mould Bacteria virus Examples of different microbes & what they look like under a microscope. Notes for future planning: //home/vdimitrov/19213/07d12744593c57122fb0094cc27613cd3fe61a0e.doc The Willows Revised Foundation Subject MTP 2011 2012 Subject: Scienc e Unit: Micro organisms Year: 6 Wk Learning Objective Success Criteria Introduction Main Activity (Differentiation) Plenary Key Vocabulary Resources 2 LO: To identify where knowledge about disease comes from. - To state at least one key scientist & what they did to contribute to our understanding of microorganisms. Re-cap the key points from the previous lesson in particular the vocabulary. Discuss; did people 200 years ago have an awareness of microorganisms & their effects?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.
- Fall '11