Lesson number: Title (from syllabus sheet)

Lesson number: Title (from syllabus sheet)

Technicians list: DEMO: Bunsen burners; metal rods ( aluminium, brass, lead iron )with tucks attached at the ends by wax; high temperature thermometer; stop watch For Task 3: Thermocolour films, metal plates, wooden boards 22:25 Syllabus/Unit Code: Unit 2 Im A Star Lesson number: 10 Lesson Title: Thermal Conduction and Insulation Learning Outcomes How I did Targets Learning Outcome 1: Give examples I am working at level .....because .... of thermal conductors and thermal ............................... insulators.

................... Level 5 I can move up to Connector: level... by Recall: I am working at level .....because .... ............................... ................... Connect: I can move up to level... by Challenge: I am working at level .....because ....

............................... ................... I can move up to level... by Learning Outcome 2: Describe an experiment to compare a range of thermal conductors. Level 6 Learning Outcome 3: Explain why materials at the same temperature can feel warm or cool in terms of their thermal conductivity. Level 7 22:25 Extended Learning Write a plan for an investigation to test which is a

better insulator, a natural fibre like wool or artificial one like nylon. Include hypothesis, materials, variables, method and table of results. Include in your method how you will make the test fair. Due date: Next lesson Plan: Criteria Level 5: include all basic parts of a plan 2) level 6: More detailed method than level 5 3) level 7: very detailed explanation of how the test will be fair and include range of measurements+ diagram of experimental set-up 22:25 BIG picture Key Question: What skills will you be developing this lesson? Scientific Investigation skills- by Research and Collecting Secondary data, Planning and

Collecting primary data, Analysis and Evaluation. Numeracy- by using formulae in calculations Literacy- by writing well structured sentences and paragraphs ICT- by using Laptops and electronic resources Personal skills- team work, leadership Thinking and Learning skills- organisation, logic, participation, memory, exploration, creativity, judgement, planning, practice. Reflection- through self or peer assessment of each Learning Outcome How is this lesson relevant to every day life? Quick Discussion: What do you already know? 22:25 Keywords:

Conductor Insulator Conduction Insulation Here are some of the words we will be using this lesson 1) Create sentences which use the keywords correctly. 2) Put your hand up if there is any key word from the list that you dont know the meaning of. 22:25 New Information for Learning Outcome 1

Explore and Discover: Visual: watching the comparing metal demo Audio: listening and sharing in the discussion Kinaesthetic:handling and describing different materials 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 1 Watch and explain what happens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyfM_fKSICE&feature =related 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 1 Task 1: Sort out these materials as thermal conductors or insulators: steel fibreglass ceramics

Copper wire Aluminium or tin linoleum 22:25 Plastic tubes Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 1 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise Recommend Support Test Apply (L5) Use Build Execute Develop Construct Identify Plan Select Solve

Organise Apply Model Remember (L3) Who What When Where Why Which How Match 22:25 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6) Analyseto choose Take apart Compare Classify

complete? Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise Learning Outcome 1: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcome Learning Outcome 1: Thermal conductors and insulators Level 5

How I did Targets I am working at level .....because . ........................... .......................... I can move up to level... by 22:25 New Information for Learning Outcome 2 Explore and Discover: Visual: watching the comparing metal demo Audio: watching the comparing metal demo Kinaesthetic: writing and handling the

materials 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 2 DEMO on Comparing thermal conductivity of some metals: Materials: bunsen burner; sample metal rods; high temp. thermometers or heat sensors Observations: Aluminium Brass Iron Lead Conclusion: Which is the better thermal conductor? Give evidence to your answer. 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 2

Another way thermal conductivity measurement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbOQCiGHaZ E&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMGqkOTJCN 0&feature=related TASK 2: Based on the demo and the video describe an experiment to compare a range thermal conductors. 22:25 Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 2 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise Recommend Support Test Apply (L5) Use Build Execute Develop Construct

Identify Plan Select Solve Organise Apply Model Remember (L3) Who What When Where Why Which How Match 22:25 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6) Analyseto choose

Take apart Compare Classify complete? Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise Learning Outcome 2: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcome How I did

Learning Outcome 2: measuring thermal conductivity. I am working at level .....because . Level 6 ........................... .......................... Targets I can move up to level... by 22:25 New Information for Learning Outcome 3 Explore and Discover: Visual: observing the slides Audio: listening and sharing ideas in the discussion Kinaesthetic: handling the thermocolour film 22:25

Learning Activities for Outcome 3 Feel the metal ruler and the plastic ruler that both came from the refrigerator. Which one feels colder? Why? The metal ruler feels colder because it is absorbing more heat from our fingers than the plastic ruler. Metal is a better thermal conductor than plastic. 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 3 1.Now, using thermocolour film, press your hand on the film, what did you notice? 2. Put the film on top of a metal plate and press your hand on the film; then remove your hand and observe. What did you notice? 3. Next put the film on top of a wooden board or on top of your table and press your hand; then remove your hand and observe. What did you notice? Compare to what happened when the film is on top of a metal plate. Infra-red cameras take better images of objects with different temperature: Observe the video, which part of the body has high temperature:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WP2XwBhmAk&feature=r elated 22:25 Learning Activities for Outcome 3 TASK 3: Showing your own understanding, explain why different objects feel warm or cool even if they have the same temperature. Use the concept of thermal conductivity in your explanation. 22:25 Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 3 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise Recommend Support Test Apply (L5)

Use Build Execute Develop Construct Identify Plan Select Solve Organise Apply Model Remember (L3) Who What When Where Why Which How Match 22:25 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6)

Analyseto choose Take apart Compare Classify complete? Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise Learning Outcome 3: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcome 3: Thermal conductivity Level 7 How I did Targets I am working at level .....because . ........................... .......................... I can move up to level... by 22:25 Review Swap books with the person next to you and look over their work. Write a WWW and EBI statement. Stand up if you have developed some skills this lesson? What are they?

Tell the person next to you three things you have learnt this lesson. Did you successfully complete tasks at your target level? If not, what do you need to do next in order to meet your target level? Record this in your diary to be done as part of your extended learning at home. Is there any part of the lesson you think you need to go over again next lesson? How will you remember what you have learned today for your exam? 22:25

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