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This pack takes pupils through an animated, and simple to understand, explanation of current as a flow of electrons, metal ions as the cause of resistance and conductors with high and low resistance. Pupils must then use this knowledge to predict what will happen when lamps are added to a circuit and design an experiment and results table to test their prediction. Pupils are then taken through an animated step-by-step guide to drawing the perfect bar graph. The basic lesson is supported and enhanced by a wide range of engaging resources and activities which include elements of literacy, oracy and assessment for learning.
With 13 original and differentiate pupil resources and 2 PowerPoints, this pack is designed to be totally bespoked to take account of pupil ability, time available to teach the topic and departmental policy and focus.
A clear and concise one-page flow-chart shows the suggested lesson plan and where choices between the resources can be made – please see preview.
Resources include elements of iteracy, oracy, self-assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment. These are clearly marked on the flow-chart.
One PowerPoint is richly animated for teaching and includes a fully animated exit-ticket quiz. The other is a detailed answer and mark scheme for all classwork and homework sheets to enable easy self-assessment and peer assessment.
Full instructions for use are given on each resource.
With foldable, cut-and-stick and fact sheet included this pack is also suitable for schools using interactive notebooks.
This pack is effective as a stand-alone topic but is also a part of a suite of 11 topics and an enquiry. If you are contemplating purchasing more than one topic please see preview of module content to see where this lesson fits in.