First read the method and predict what will happen

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First read the method and predict what will happen: List suitable safety precautions: Method: 1. Fill the bottle with hot water. 2. Fill the basin with ice-cold water. 3. Let both sit for three minutes. 4. Empty out the hot water from the bottle and quickly stretch a balloon over the mouth of the bottle. 5. Set the bottle in the basin of ice-cold water. Result: Diagram: Explanation: 6.7 Inflating Balloon Activity
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7 Appendix
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117 Appendix / 7.1 Lesson Template Topic: Year Group: How Many Lessons? Keywords / Terms to be taught Key concepts in the lesson (Objectives) What student must know or be able to do What students should know or be able to do What students could know or be able to do Sequence of lesson 7.1 Lesson Template
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118 Appendix / 7.1 Lesson Template 1. Differentiate by content (In what ways can I vary the content of what I am teaching?) (A) Complexity of content: (concrete, symbolic, abstract) Concrete Symbolic Abstract (B) Variety of resources (C) Variety of learning environments 2. Differentiate by process (How will I teach the lesson?)
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119 Appendix / 7.1 Lesson Template 3. Differentiate by outcome / product (How will the student demonstrate understanding?) Finally - Any other possibilities for this lesson?
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120 Appendix / 7.2 Science Differentiation in action Feedback Form Your feedback is valuable. Please take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire and return it to Sean O’Leary, Special Education Support Service, Cork Education Support Centre, The Rectory, Western Road, Cork. Your name: Number of years teaching: School address: E-mail: 1. Do you think your use of this resource pack is beneficial for your students? If so, in what way? 2. Does this resource pack support your professional development? If so, in what way? 7.2 Science Differentiation in Action Feedback Form
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121 Appendix / 7.2 Science Differentiation in action Feedback Form 3. Did all of your students benefit from your use of this resource pack? If so, in what way? 4. Are there individuals or specific groups of students in your classes that this resource pack benefited in particular? 5. What were the most useful elements of this resource pack, e.g. PowerPoint presentations, work- sheets, activities, toolkit etc.?
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122 Appendix / 7.2 Science Differentiation in action Feedback Form 6. What elements of this resource pack did you find difficult to use? I give permission for my feedback to be used in publications, in presentations and on the SESS website Signed: Please return to Sean O’Leary, Special Education Support Service, Cork Education Support Centre, The Rectory, Western Road, Cork.
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