All Science articles – Page 13

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    Acid Rain

    How do we define acid rain? What causes it? What damage does it do? Show students how acid rain is formed and the harm it does to our environment in this set of useful CLIL resources.

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    Working on a Farm

    A song video and interactive games on the topic of working on a farm.

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    The Natural World - Teacher's Notes: Introduction

    These teaching notes set out the learning objectives for The Natural World and give ideas for lead-in activities.

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    The Natural World: A Horror Story

    A screen-by-screen guide through the Horror Story zone including learning objectives, routes through the material, wordlist, audio script and helpful websites for teachers and students.

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    How an Engine Works

    Show your students how a petrol engine really works in this set of resources.

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    Hydrogen Power

    Students learn how hydrogen could one day be made and stored as a source of electricity.

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    Fuel Cells

    Show the class how atoms and electrons interact to produce two sources of energy: electricity and water.

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    Biomass Power

    What is biomass and how is it used to make electricity? Does it add to climate change or is it a clean, green source of energy? Find out in this set of resources.

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    Bug Batteries

    A ‘bug battery’ is a battery that creates electricity, fed by decaying food. Teach students how bug batteries work in this animated presentation.

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    PowerPoint tips for energy animations

    To play the PowerPoint presentation on your web browser This is useful if you want to view the presentation before deciding if you want to download it and save it to your computer. To save the PowerPoint presentation to your computer The advantage of doing this is that ...

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    Teen Talk: Boldly go...

    Lindsay Clandfield explores the outer reaches of the universe.

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    Food chains and webs

    Pupils learn about the relationships between plants and animals in the food chain and in complex food webs by labelling pictures, completing sentences, and reading a text to connect links. While learning about the natural world, pupils practise vocabulary for plants and animals, and use the verb ‘eat’.

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    The senses: Lesson plan

    This worksheet links studying the senses with parts of the body and perception. Pupils match pictures to words and complete speech bubbles to learn important verbs such as: taste, look, sound and feel.

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    How Wave Power Works

    Teach the class how the energy in waves can be used to generate electricity, and reinforce the present and passive tenses and relative clauses using 'which'.

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    How Solar Power is Produced

    Demonstrate how solar panels can harnass the sun's energy to power anything from calculators to cars.

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    Using Tidal Power to Make Electricity

    Show how this renewable source of energy can be used to power homes while cutting our carbon footprint.

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    How Hydro Power is Produced

    Demonstrate how water can be used to generate electricity.

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    How Geothermal Power is Produced

    Show how energy below the earth can be harnessed to produce electricity.

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    Video projects: Back to the future

    In this instalment of the integrated skills series by Jackie McAvoy, students produce a short video or audio recording of future predictions.

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    How Nuclear Power is Produced

    Students learn how nuclear power is produced by splitting uranium atoms.