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© CHSC 2004 Improving pupil engagement & achievement using the KS3 Levels Mountain
© CHSC 2004 3 … because …. 4 Recall & vocab 5 Models (Energy, Forces, Particles or Cells) in unfamiliar situations 6 Explaining models in detail Climbing up through the levels
© CHSC 2004 3 … because …. 4 Recall + Vocab 5 Content + Models (Energy, Forces, Particles and Cells) 6 Explain Models Including their strengths and limitations 7 Link Models Progressing through the N.C. levels Interdependence
© CHSC 2004 The Four Key Scientific Models at KS3
© CHSC 2004 Using The Four Key Scientific Models to get L7
© CHSC 2004 With thanks to Staunton Park School Science Dept
© CHSC 2004 With thanks to The Clere School Science Dept
3 … because …. 4 Recall content & apply sci vocab 5 Content + Models (Energy, Forces, Particles and Cells) 6 Explain Models Including their strengths and limitations 7 Link Models The Key Stage 3 Levels Mountain Interdependence Knowledge and Understanding Application of K&U Analysis, Evaluation and Explanation Synthesis The Key Stage 4 into 5 Levels Mountain A2 only © CHSC 2006
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