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Laboratory Skills Bunsen Licence. C/WLaboratory Skills27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 name some pieces of apparatus 5 light the Bunsen burner safely 5 light the Bunsen.

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1 Laboratory Skills Bunsen Licence

2 C/WLaboratory Skills27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 name some pieces of apparatus 5 light the Bunsen burner safely 5 light the Bunsen burner safely 6 explain how to control the flame

3 Starter – 2 minutes How many pieces of science equipment can you name?How many pieces of science equipment can you name? beaker, funnel, Bunsen burner, measuring cylinder, flask, tripod, gauze, heatproof mat, tongs, test tube, boiling tube, spatula

4 Draw – 15 minutes Science diagrams are 2D not 3DScience diagrams are 2D not 3D Flat outlines, not picturesFlat outlines, not pictures beaker, funnel, Bunsen burner, measuring cylinder, flask, tripod, gauze, heatproof mat, tongs, test tube, boiling tube, spatula

5 Bunsen licence – 15 minutes Safety checklist:Safety checklist: –Hair/ties clear –Bags/chairs clear –Bunsen is on a mat –Hole is closed Light splint from next deskLight splint from next desk Gas on, light, blow-out, stub on matGas on, light, blow-out, stub on mat Don’t blow the Bunsen flame out too!Don’t blow the Bunsen flame out too!

6 Plenary – 10 minutes Ball quizBall quiz You catch, you answer, you pass backYou catch, you answer, you pass back Equipment names and safety proceduresEquipment names and safety procedures

7 Homework Learn spellings:Learn spellings: equipment, cylinder, apparatus, tongs, Bunsen burner, spatula, beaker, laboratory, water, gauze.

8 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 name some pieces of apparatus 5 light the Bunsen burner safely 5 light the Bunsen burner safely 6 explain how to control the flame

9 Physics 1a Energy

10 C/WWhat is Energy?27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 know what energy is 5 name several types of energy 5 name several types of energy 6 describe some energy transfers

11 Spellings Write down 1 to 10 in the back of your bookWrite down 1 to 10 in the back of your book Spell the words I read out …Spell the words I read out … Swap with neighbour and markSwap with neighbour and mark

12 Starter – 2 minutes How many different words can you make using only the letters in ‘energy’?How many different words can you make using only the letters in ‘energy’? re, ye2 point each rye, yen, erg3 points each grey, gene3 points each green3 points gyrene8 points

13 Starter – 2 minutes 0 – 5Work faster 6 – 10Good 10 – 15Excellent 15 – 20Genius 21 or moreCheat!

14 Copy notes – 5 minutes Energy lets you do thingsEnergy lets you do things There are only 9 forms of energyThere are only 9 forms of energy When you see something happening, energy is being changed from one form to anotherWhen you see something happening, energy is being changed from one form to another Some forms are: chemical, elastic, movement, heat, light, sound, electricalSome forms are: chemical, elastic, movement, heat, light, sound, electrical

15 Think! – 10 minutes In your group, think of three things that:In your group, think of three things that: –Give out heat energy –Give out light energy –Have movement energy –Store chemical energy

16 Practical – 20 minutes What energy change happens in each item?What energy change happens in each item? Every 2 minutes, move to the next tableEvery 2 minutes, move to the next table Red Orange Bronze Violet YellowGreenBlueIndigo GoldSilver

17 Homework Choose three electrical devices at homeChoose three electrical devices at home They all take in electrical energy, but which kinds of energy do they turn it into?They all take in electrical energy, but which kinds of energy do they turn it into?

18 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 know what energy is 5 name several types of energy 5 name several types of energy 6 describe some energy transfers

19 C/WTemperature & Heat27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 know temperature & heat are different 4 measure temperature 4 measure temperature 5 work safely 5 explain the difference

20 Starter – 5 mins Which device causes these energy changes?Which device causes these energy changes? –Electrical to heat –Electrical to sound –Light to electrical –Sound to electrical

21 Copy notes – 5 mins ‘Heat’ is a form of energy‘Heat’ is a form of energy ‘Temperature’ is how hot something is‘Temperature’ is how hot something is A thermometer measures temperatureA thermometer measures temperature Heat energy flows from hot things to cold thingsHeat energy flows from hot things to cold things –Example –If I put an ice cube into warm water, heat energy flows from _____ to ____

22 Practical – 30 mins Leave a space for drawing the equipmentLeave a space for drawing the equipment Draw a table like this one – don’t copyDraw a table like this one – don’t copy Set-up the equipmentSet-up the equipment Light the Bunsen burnerLight the Bunsen burner Record the temperature every 30sRecord the temperature every 30s Stop when the temperature reaches 70ºCStop when the temperature reaches 70ºC Time / s Temperature / ºC

23 Plenary – complete sentences In this experiment, the Bunsen burner was a source of _____ energyIn this experiment, the Bunsen burner was a source of _____ energy This energy flowed into the ______ and so its ________ went upThis energy flowed into the ______ and so its ________ went up I used a _________ to measure thisI used a _________ to measure this

24 Homework Draw the equipment in the space you leftDraw the equipment in the space you left

25 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 know temperature & heat are different 4 measure temperature 4 measure temperature 5 work safely 5 explain the difference

26 C/WFuels27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 know what a fuel is 5 plot a line graph 5 plot a line graph 6 evaluate fuels

27 Starter – 5 mins These are the answers; what are the questions?These are the answers; what are the questions? 1.Energy 2.Heat 3.Temperature 4.Thermometer 5.ºC

28 Copy notes – 5 mins A fuel is something you burn to release heat energyA fuel is something you burn to release heat energy Gas is a fuel, used in cookers and Bunsen burnersGas is a fuel, used in cookers and Bunsen burners Electricity is NOT a fuel because you don’t burn itElectricity is NOT a fuel because you don’t burn it Some fuels are better than others for doing certain jobsSome fuels are better than others for doing certain jobs

29 Exercise – 10 mins Why are these fuels not good for the jobs listed?Why are these fuels not good for the jobs listed? CoalPowering a rocket GasRunning a car PetrolLounge fire Rocket fuelCooking

30 Graphs – 30 minutes We are going to plot a graph of our results from last lessonWe are going to plot a graph of our results from last lesson We used gas as a fuelWe used gas as a fuel When finished, add a second line to your graph showing results from using ‘meths’ – a liquid fuelWhen finished, add a second line to your graph showing results from using ‘meths’ – a liquid fuel Do you think meths is better than gas?Do you think meths is better than gas?

31 Plenary Crossword:Crossword: 1 2 Across 1Fuels are burned to release this (6) 2A solid fuel that is quite dirty (4) Down 1Not a fuel because it isn’t burned (11)

32 Homework Draw a design for a coal-powered racing carDraw a design for a coal-powered racing caror Write a short story about a coal- powered racing carWrite a short story about a coal- powered racing car

33 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 know what a fuel is 5 plot a line graph 5 plot a line graph 6 evaluate fuels

34 C/WFossil Fuels27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 name the fossil fuels 5 describe how they are formed 5 describe how they are formed 6 link their use to climate change

35 Starter – 5 mins Pass round the samples of coal, oil and gasPass round the samples of coal, oil and gas Where do you think they came from?Where do you think they came from?

36 Independent Work – 10 minutes This is where you work on your own to find something outThis is where you work on your own to find something out Check your aims – what do you already know, what do you need to know?Check your aims – what do you already know, what do you need to know? Search for information in booksSearch for information in books Sort the information into sectionsSort the information into sections Summarise – write in your own wordsSummarise – write in your own words

37 Independent Work – 30 minutes Basic:Heinemann 1 p100Basic:Heinemann 1 p100 Medium:Modular Sci p4.11, 4.12Medium:Modular Sci p4.11, 4.12 Core Sci 2 p134,142 Spotlight Sci 8 p104 Advanced:Milner p34,37Advanced:Milner p34,37 OSP p36,42,52 OSP p36,42,52 Internet:Ask me if you want something specificInternet:Ask me if you want something specific

38 Plenary Check your neighbour’s work – have they achieved the aims for today?Check your neighbour’s work – have they achieved the aims for today?

39 Homework Describe five ways you can reduce your own use of energy at home so that the fossil fuels will last longerDescribe five ways you can reduce your own use of energy at home so that the fossil fuels will last longer

40 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 name the fossil fuels 5 describe how they are formed 5 describe how they are formed 6 link their use to climate change

41 C/WEnergy Resources27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 know the difference between energy types and energy resources 5 explain why some resources are renewable 5 explain why some resources are renewable 6 compare energy resources

42 Starter – 2 mins Can you tell what it is?Can you tell what it is?

43 Starter – 2 mins A wind turbine!A wind turbine! It generates electricity, as does the power station in the backgroundIt generates electricity, as does the power station in the background

44 Copy notes – 5 mins There are 9 types of energy e.g. heat energy, sound energyThere are 9 types of energy e.g. heat energy, sound energy An energy resource is something that can be used to generate electricityAn energy resource is something that can be used to generate electricity

45 Activity – 5 mins Make a list of as many ways to generate electricity as you can think of:Make a list of as many ways to generate electricity as you can think of: WindWood WavesCoal, oil & gas SunlightHot springs TidesBurning waste

46 Activity – 5 mins Now highlight the ones that will never run out:Now highlight the ones that will never run out: WindWood WavesCoal, oil & gas SunlightHot springs TidesBurning waste

47 Copy notes – 5 mins Energy resources that will never run out are called renewableEnergy resources that will never run out are called renewable Fossil fuels will run out – they are non- renewableFossil fuels will run out – they are non- renewable Wood is renewable because you can plant more treesWood is renewable because you can plant more trees

48 Independent Work – 20 minutes Basic:Heinemann 1 p100Basic:Heinemann 1 p100 Medium:Modular Sci p4.13Medium:Modular Sci p4.13 Core Sci 2 p134,142 Spotlight Sci 8 p104 Advanced:Milner p34,37Advanced:Milner p34,37 OSP p36,42,52 OSP p36,42,52 Internet:Ask me if you want something specificInternet:Ask me if you want something specific

49 Plenary Pick a number between 1 and 10 …Pick a number between 1 and 10 … Who picked 8?Who picked 8? Come to the front please...Come to the front please...

50 Homework Look in a newspaper for reports about energy resources and clip them out for next timeLook in a newspaper for reports about energy resources and clip them out for next time If none found, parents must initial your book to say you triedIf none found, parents must initial your book to say you tried

51 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 know the difference between energy types and energy resources 5 explain why some resources are renewable 5 explain why some resources are renewable 6 compare energy resources

52 C/WJoule Island27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 recall several energy resources 5 explain where these resources can be used 5 explain where these resources can be used 6 choose resources for a particular job

53 Starter – OR – 5 mins Can you make up two alternative explanations for each?Can you make up two alternative explanations for each? Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, OR …Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, OR … Someone carrying a bag of money is a bank robber, OR …Someone carrying a bag of money is a bank robber, OR …

54 Project – 40 minutes Joule Island is a remote island with no electricity and no fossil fuelsJoule Island is a remote island with no electricity and no fossil fuels Using the text books, homework and notes to help you, decide in your team the best way to provide electricity on Joule IslandUsing the text books, homework and notes to help you, decide in your team the best way to provide electricity on Joule Island There is no right answer!There is no right answer!

55 Plenary – 5 mins Send two missionaries from your table, one each to the next two tablesSend two missionaries from your table, one each to the next two tables Missionaries – see if you can see problems with the other table’s planMissionaries – see if you can see problems with the other table’s plan Others – see if you can justify your plan to the missionariesOthers – see if you can justify your plan to the missionaries

56 Homework Imagine you are a newspaper science correspondentImagine you are a newspaper science correspondent You have visited the site of a proposed wind farm in the countrysideYou have visited the site of a proposed wind farm in the countryside You met the local people and the power company bossesYou met the local people and the power company bosses Write a newspaper report putting both group’s viewsWrite a newspaper report putting both group’s views

57 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 recall several energy resources 5 explain where these resources can be used 5 explain where these resources can be used 6 choose resources for a particular job

58 C/WStored Energy27-Apr-15 Aims:-4 recall forms of stored energy use a thermometer correctly 5 explain how stored energy is released 5 explain how stored energy is released set-up a fair test 6 identify poor techniques in an experiment

59 Starter – 5 mins Volunteer needed...Volunteer needed...

60 Copy notes – 5 minutes Energy can be stored in chemicals (chemical energy) and also in stretched things (elastic energy)Energy can be stored in chemicals (chemical energy) and also in stretched things (elastic energy) Fuels, food and batteries are all stores of chemical energyFuels, food and batteries are all stores of chemical energy Burning can turn the stored chemical energy into heat (and light) energyBurning can turn the stored chemical energy into heat (and light) energy

61 Practical – Comparing the Energy in Foods How can we measure the chemical energy stored in food?How can we measure the chemical energy stored in food? Burn it to turn it into heat energyBurn it to turn it into heat energy Catch the heat energy in a tube of waterCatch the heat energy in a tube of water Measure how much heat energy has gone into the water by seeing how much its temperature goes upMeasure how much heat energy has gone into the water by seeing how much its temperature goes up

62 Practical – Comparing the Energy in Foods In groups, 5 minutes only, answer …In groups, 5 minutes only, answer … What equipment do we need?What equipment do we need? How can we make a fair comparison?How can we make a fair comparison? How can we make good measurements?How can we make good measurements? (What is a good measurement?)(What is a good measurement?)

63 Practical – 20 minutes Measure-out the waterMeasure-out the water Measure the start temperatureMeasure the start temperature Burn the food on a mounted needle under the tubeBurn the food on a mounted needle under the tube Measure the final temperatureMeasure the final temperature Repeat for the other foodRepeat for the other food

64 Plenary / Homework Conclusion – what did we find out?Conclusion – what did we find out? Evaluation – what could we do better?Evaluation – what could we do better?

65 Are You On Target Today? Aims:-4 recall forms of stored energy use a thermometer correctly 5 explain how stored energy is released 5 explain how stored energy is released set-up a fair test 6 identify poor techniques in an experiment


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