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An interactive lesson to be used with Qwizdom Interactive Voting/Student Response System

An interactive lesson to be used with Qwizdom Interactive Voting/Student Response System

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  • 1997 SCIENCE PAPER B An Interactive Qwizdom Lesson
  • 1997 Science Paper B Input your name and press send.
  • 1997 Paper B Q1 Teaching Slide (a) The children observed the animals in and around a pond. Which three things do ALL animals do?
    • Swim
    • Grow
    • Hunt
    • Move
    • Hear
    • Reproduce
    • (3 Marks)
  • 1997 Paper B Q1 Teaching Slide ( b)The pictures show what some of the living things in a pond eat. Use the information in the pictures. Write the names of three living things to show one food chain in this pond. ……………………… .  ……………………….  ………………….
    • Write the name of ONE predator,
    • (one word only).
  • 1997 Paper B Q1 ( b)The pictures show what some of the living things in a pond eat. (c) Send the name of ONE prey shown in the pictures (one word only - singular). Next page
  • 1997 Paper B Q1 Teaching Slide ( b)The pictures show what some of the living things in a pond eat.
    • Send the name of ONE producer shown in the pictures (one word only).
    • Clue: 5 letters only.
    • Ice and Water
    • (a) Gareth pours water into a glass and puts in some ice.
    • After a while droplets appear on the outside of the glass
    • What is the name of the process that causes droplets to form on the outside of the glass?
    1997 Paper B Q2 Teaching Slide (b) Where does the liquid that makes these droplets come from?
    • Ice and Water
    • (c) Gareth leaves the drink on the table for an hour.
    1997 Paper B Q2 What will happen to the ice in the glass? “ It will ………” Next page
    • Ice and Water
    • (d) Amy puts some ice in a jar of water and stirs.
    • She measures the temperature of the water with a thermometer every 20 minutes.
    • Her results are shown on this graph.
    1997 Paper B Q2 Teaching Slide At which ONE point (a, b, c or d) will there still be ice in the glass? (e) Amy is working in the classroom. What is the temperature of the air in Amy’s classroom? ............................... °C ............................... °C
    • Sinking and Floating
    • (a) The children made shapes with modelling clay.
    • The solid ball sank.
    • The boat floated.
    1997 Paper B Q3 What is the name of force a acting on the boat.? Next page HINT: ONE WORD, 8 LETTERS NO -
    • Sinking and Floating
    • (a) The children made shapes with modelling clay.
    • The solid ball sank.
    • The boat floated.
    1997 Paper B Q3 What is the name of force b acting on the boat.? Next page (b) The ball and the boat each have a mass of 200g. Explain how the forces a and b make the boat float .
    • Sinking and Floating
    • (c) Stacey made four hollow balls of modelling clay, each of 200 g. She hung the balls from a forcemeter, first in the air, then in water.
    1997 Paper B Q3 What pattern do you notice between the size of the hollow balls and the forcemeter readings in water? (d) Explain why the forcemeter readings are lower in water than in air. Teaching Slide
    • 1. Seeds
    • (a) Assim and Rachel investigated how seed are dispersed (moved away) from the parent plant.
    • They found that seeds are dispersed by animals, wind or explosion.
    • Chose animal or wind or explosion to show how each seed is dispersed.
    • One has been done for you.
    • Pea =
    1997 Paper B Q4
    • Animal
    • Wind
    • Explosion
    Next page
    • 1. Seeds
    • (a) Assim and Rachel investigated how seed are dispersed (moved away) from the parent plant.
    • They found that seeds are dispersed by animals, wind or explosion.
    • Chose animal or wind or explosion to show how each seed is dispersed.
    • One has been done for you.
    • Acorn =
    1997 Paper B Q4
    • Animal
    • Wind
    • Explosion
    Next page
    • 1. Seeds
    • (a) Assim and Rachel investigated how seed are dispersed (moved away) from the parent plant.
    • They found that seeds are dispersed by animals, wind or explosion.
    • Chose animal or wind or explosion to show how each seed is dispersed.
    • One has been done for you.
    • Sycamore =
    1997 Paper B Q4
    • Animal
    • Wind
    • Explosion
    Next page
    • Sounds
    • (a) Ann clamped a ruler to a desk.
    • She pressed down on the ruler and then let it go.
    1997 Paper B Q5 Why was there a sound when Ann let go of the ruler? Next page (b) Jack heard the sound. What did the sound travel through to reach Jack’s ears? (c) Ann shortened the length of the ruler sticking out from the desk. She let go of the ruler from the same position as before. Describe how the sound was different.
    • Sounds
    • (d) Ann fixed a pen to the end of the ruler. Jack moved towards the table with a piece of paper touching the pen. Jack moved steadily and Ann plucked the ruler once.
    1997 Paper B Q5 Next page This is the pattern that the pen made. What happened to the loudness of the sound between a and b ? (e) What does the pattern tell you about the sound at point c ? (f) Explain your answer to part (e).
    • (a) The children have been finding out about materials.
    • Which of these materials will dissolve in water?
    • Chose TWO then send.
    1997 Paper B Q6
    • Wax
    • Sugar
    • Salt
    • Chalk
    • Clay
    Next page
    • (b) What should the children do to separate a mixture of sand and sugar?
    • Choose words from the list to complete the sentences.
    • The first has been done for you.
    1997 Paper B Q6
    • Evaporate
    • Stir
    • Freeze
    • Melt
    • Filter
    • Condense
    • Dissolve
    Next page First they should add water to the sand and sugar and STIR. Then they should............................ the mixture to remove the sand.
    • (b) What should the children do to separate a mixture of sand and sugar?
    • Choose words from the list to complete the sentences.
    • The first has been done for you.
    1997 Paper B Q6
    • Evaporate
    • Stir
    • Freeze
    • Melt
    • Filter
    • Condense
    First they should add water to the sand and sugar and STIR. Then they should FILTER the mixture to remove the sand. Finally they should ........................... the liquid to leave the sugar behind. Teaching Slide
    • (c) When a solid is dissolved in water, what is the mixture called?
    1997 Paper B Q6
    • A filter
    • A sludge
    • A solution
    • A powder
    Next page
    • (d) The children investigated how much sugar dissolved in 100 cm³ of water at room temperature.
    • This table shows their results.
    Teaching Slide Explain why 10 or more spoonfuls of sugar did not all dissolve in 100 cm³ of water. (e) The children then investigated how much sugar dissolved in 200 cm³ of water at room temperature. How much more sugar would dissolve? 1997 Paper B Q6
  • Teaching Slide 1997 Paper B Q7 Cigarette Smoking (a) Some hockey players agreed not to smoke so that they would stay fit and healthy. How might smoking make the hockey players less fit and healthy? (b) One of the players said that being close to other people smoking could damage your health. How might being close to people smoking damage your health?
  • 1997 Paper B Q8 Evaporation (a) Some children carried out a fair test. They used three identical jars with 100 cm³ of water in each jar. They put each jar in a different room. Each room was at a different temperature. They measured the volume of water in each jar after one week. The bar chart shows their results. For this bar chart, which column shows which rooms the jars were in. Column 1 = Next page Col 1
  • 1997 Paper B Q8 Evaporation (a) Some children carried out a fair test. They used three identical jars with 100 cm³ of water in each jar. They put each jar in a different room. Each room was at a different temperature. They measured the volume of water in each jar after one week. The bar chart shows their results. For this bar chart, which column shows which rooms the jars were in. Column 2 = Next page Col 2
  • 1997 Paper B Q8 Evaporation (a) Some children carried out a fair test. They used three identical jars with 100 cm³ of water in each jar. They put each jar in a different room. Each room was at a different temperature. They measured the volume of water in each jar after one week. The bar chart shows their results. For this bar chart, which column shows which room the jars were in? Column 3 = Col 3 (b) Describe how the volume of water left depends on the temperature of the room. Teaching Slide