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Pupils learn that, while a parallel circuit has branches, a series circuit does not. By experiment, they will learn that all the lamps in a series circuit are equally bright as indeed they are in a parallel circuit but that identical lamps are brighter when connected in parallel than in series. Lastly, they will show experimentally that lamps in parallel remain on when one is removed but go out when one id removed from a series circuit. There are 11 differentiated learning outcomesfor this pack – please see preview
*With 12 original and engaging 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-chartshows the lesson planand where choices between the resources can be made – please see preview.
*Many resources include elements of literacy and oracy, Pupils are encouraged to become reflective learners with many opportunities foe assessment for learning via self-assessment, peer assessmentand teacher assessment* These are clearly marked on the flow-chart.
*One PowerPoint is richly animatedfor teaching and includes a fully animated exit-ticket quiz. The other is a detailed answer and mark schemefor allclasswork and homework sheets to enable easy self-assessment and peer assessment.
*Full instructions for use are given on each resource.
*With foldable, cut-and-stickand fact sheetincluded this pack is also suitable for schools using interactive notebooks.