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4. Further class work/homework – see Elements Worksheet. 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 elements (e.g. copper, iron, carbon, gold, silver etc.) Symbols for elements Location of elements on Periodic Table (B) Variety of resources As listed above. (C) Variety of learning environments Classroom, school laboratory, computer room
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18 Lesson Plans / 2.8 Elements 2. Differentiate by process (How will I teach the lesson?) Sequence of lesson as laid out above Introduction – using concrete material or a general class discussion y Explore concepts in textbook, using y Elements Introduction PowerPoint or the Periodic Table Possible use of a co-operative group activity (see the y Classroom Activities section of this resource pack) 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 Students may label elements (concrete objects) with their name and symbol y Offer students a choice of learning activities. Students may design a poster on Elements, draw their own Periodic Table (containing y only the elements that they must learn) or create a resource page for teaching other students about elements and their properties Whole class review work completed at end of class y Homework: y Elements Worksheet , if not used for class work. Specify time to be allocated to this work at home finally - any other possibilities for this lesson? Common elements in everyday life y Collage of scenes showing elements and their uses y Role play using students as elements y Other written activities, e.g. a list of properties for common metals and non-metals y Extension exercise: How many elements exist? y Internet search for material on elements y Suggested Internet links include y , , , and For advice on enhancing curricular access through the use of mobile ICT, see y
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19 Lesson Plans / 2.9 Mixture and Compounds 2.9 mIxtuRe aND CompouNDS (LEARNING OUTCOMES BY SYLLABUS REFERENCE: PART OC3 OC12) 3 – 4 lessons Keywords/terms to be taught Atom Element Compound Molecule Mixture Hydrogen Oxygen Carbon Magnesium Iron Sulfur 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 give examples of mixtures and compounds To be able to identify the properties of compounds and their constituent elements To be able to list all four differences between mixtures and compounds Sequence of lesson 1. Introduce the concept of mixtures and compounds. Allow students to relate personal experiences of mixtures. This could be facilitated by using the Mixtures & Compounds Introduction PowerPoint and encouraging student input during the presentation.
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