This short video provides KS2 science pupils with ideas on how different sounds can produce different responses.
A professor plays a variety of sounds to Sam his assistant. Sam then indicates how she feels about each noise with a smiley, sad or neutral face.
The sounds include a vacuum cleaner, alarm clock and bird warbler, helping pupils develop an understanding about the different emotional responses sounds can produce.
This lesson starter stimulates discussion as pupils think about why they like certain sounds.
Found at: http://www.teachers.tv/
This activity will be spread over at least a week. It combines skills from both the language and ICT programmes of study and is ideal for years 5 and 6.
After introducing what an auction is, pupils produce a professional-looking auction catalogue and then hold their own auction with a bid limit of 50p.
The spreadsheet is set up to automatically analyse and graph sales patterns in the auction.
The session ends with an antiques quiz.
Found at: http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk
This is the result of the 6th graders using “Hot Potatoes” software to prepare some questions/quizzes/gap-fill exercices related to the topic we’ve been working on in class: Internet Safety.
You can click on the links below and try as many quizzes as you like!
1. Is Email safe?
2.Can I meet a webpal in person?
3. Do passwords keep you safe?
4. What if I’m asked to register?
5.What is private chat?
This is the result of 6th graders making virtual posters about the life of the American singer Jason Mraz. Click on each link to see the different posters they have prepared in groups. This activity was done by using .
The Bests: http://poster.4teachers.org/view/poster.php?poster_id=374955
Los tigres: http://poster.4teachers.org/view/poster.php?poster_id=374948
By the way, here’s the link to the song we’ve done in class. ENJOY!
Let’s learn about Safe Internet Surfing.
Dear students, this video will help us to understand a little bit more of how this world wide web works, so let’s see if we can give more examples where we can see how technology has changed our lives.
Find more videos at: http://www.commoncraft.com/
“Destination impossible” és un joc que serveix per practicar i aprendre les direccions i consolidar el vocabulari relacionat amb el carrer en anglès. Les persones que hi juguen se situen sobre el plànol d’una ciutat fictícia, Skillswise City, i a través d’instruccions escrites han de triar on van. Les instruccions es van complicant de manera que la dificultat del joc augmenta.
El joc forma part d’una proposta didàctica per practicar la comprensió d’instruccions.
FOUND AT: http://phobos.xtec.cat/butlletic/?p=3185
Four fun and interesting lesson ideas on teaching light and sound for KS1 and KS2 pupils.
Year 5-6 teacher David Aston, shows how glass bottles and water inspire pupils to think about how sound travels and how pitch can be altered.
He also demonstrates that sound travels by vibration by showing pupils what happens when you cross a string and a wire coat-hanger.
For KS1, Kate Widdowson makes use of torchlight and a range of materials so that children can predict and test the best light-blocking fabric for the “three little pigs’ home”.
Finally, Year 5 teacher Lucy Blackmore helps her class discover that light travels in a straight line whilst her pupils construct their own periscopes to solve a real-life problem.