Take your learners on a walk through these engaging topics: Theories
The Big Bang Theory
The Evolution of the solar system
Day and Night
Hemispheres of the earth – seasons
Latitude, longitude and time
Astrology Each topic has its own power point presentation, notes for learners and worksheets.
WORKING SCIENTIFICALLY 4 presents the following topics:
Prediction and Hypothesis
A Fair Test
Setting up a Science Experiment
Analysing and drawing conclusions
The Scientific process in discovering our COVID vaccines
Each of the above topics has a power point presentation, notes and worksheets for learners.
Learners need a strong foundation knowledge of the scientific processes used in experiments. Start with the power point presentation for each topic, Build on the knowledge using the worksheets and notes for learners.
This set of lessons builds on “Working Scientifically 4” (although it is a complete set on its own)
It covers: Creativity in Science Planning to experiment The main variables that may affect investigative results Communicating conclusions Evaluating the accuracy of conclusions
Learners need a good understanding of scientific method and the importance of ensuring accuracy when experimenting.
Working Scientifically 6 presents these concepts using six power points, notes and worksheets for each topic below:
How Science has had a positive and negative effect over time Following the Scientific Method Exploring scientific ideas Getting accurate results Recording and concluding Limitations of tests