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4. Review – whole class discussion. Possibility of using Ranking Game to facilitate student understanding. 5. Further class work/homework and extension activities as required. 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 Real materials associated with respiration, e.g. equipment for experiments Newspaper articles/personal experiences relating to respiration and smoking Illustrations, images of lungs, damaged lungs Appreciation of the significance of oxygen in our daily lives (B) Variety of resources As listed above. Also potential use of the Internet and/or school or community library for further exploration of material related to respiration and smoking
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10 Lesson Plans / 2.4 Respiration (C) Variety of learning environments Classroom, school laboratory, computer room/library in school (as indicated above) 2. Differentiate by process (How will I teach the lesson?) Sequence of lesson as laid out above Introduction – using concrete or symbolic material or a general class discussion along with Respiration PowerPoint y Teacher may demonstrate use of apparatus to the class, emphasising safety. Students may take notes on demonstrations using y written or pictorial records Possible use of y Ranking Game to facilitate discussion 3. Differentiate by outcome/product (How will the student demonstrate understanding?) See Worksheets, Classroom Activities and Experiments sections of this resource pack Student input during PowerPoint presentation y Students may take notes during teacher demonstrations y Students may work in pairs to complete Respiration Worksheet y Whole class review work completed at end of class y Homework: See textbook for suitable questions. Specify time to be allocated to this work at home y finally - any other possibilities for this lesson? Collage of scenes showing respiration or the effects of smoking y Dramatisation e.g. possible use of role play to emphasize the impact of smoking on lungs and people’s lives y Other written activities – What my body does with oxygen y Visiting speaker on the effects of smoking y Internet search for material on smoking y Suggested Internet links include y , , , and y e For advice on enhancing curricular access through the use of mobile ICT, see y Cross-curricular links: SPHE, Mathematics, Physical Education (PE) y
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11 Lesson Plans / 2.5 Living Things 2.5 LIvINg thINgS (LEARNING OUTCOMES BY SYLLABUS REFERENCE: OB38, OB39 AND OB40) 4 – 5 lessons Keywords/terms to be taught Organisms Respiration Sensitivity Stimuli Excretion Reproduction Growth Movement Vertebrates Invertebrates Mammals Characteristic Key Photosynthesis Key concepts in the lesson (objectives) What students 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 To be able to investigate the variety of
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