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Learning Objectives For Our Physical World Part 1

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Learning Objectives For Our Physical World Part 1

  1. 1. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 1. What is Energy? By the end of lesson 1, pupils should be able to: 1.1 State that energy lets us do things (or do work ) 1.2 State that the different types of energy are stored (gravitational, chemical, elastic), light, heat, sound, electrical, movement (kinetic) and nuclear. 1.3 List the energy types involved in simple examples.
  2. 2. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 2. Stored Energy By the end of lesson 2, pupils should be able to: 2.1 State that the three types of stored energy are gravitational, elastic and chemical. 2.2 Describe the type of stored energies involved in simple examples.
  3. 3. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 3. Changing Energy By the end of lesson 3, pupils should be able to: 3.1 State that an energy chain is used to show where energy comes from and where it goes. 3.2 Complete energy chains for situations where energy changes from one form into another.
  4. 4. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 4. Electrical Energy By the end of lesson 4, pupils should be able to: 4.1 State that Coal, oil and gas are all fossil fuels. 4.2 State that fossil fuels are the fossilized remains of dead animals and plants. 4.3 State that the National Grid supplies our homes with electricity. 4.4 Describe how a power station works. 4.5 Complete an energy chain for a power station.
  5. 5. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 5. Renewable Energy By the end of lesson 5, pupils should be able to: 5.1 State that energy sources that will eventually run out are called non-renewable energy sources. 5.2 State that fossil fuels & nuclear fuel are non-renewable energy sources. 5.3 State that burning fossil fuels causes pollution. 5.4 State that sources of energy that will not run out are called renewable energy sources. 5.5 State that solar, hydroelectric, wind, biomass, geothermal and waves are all renewable energy sources. 5.6 List advantages & disadvantages of using different sources of energy.
  6. 6. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 6. Energy Island By the end of lesson 6, pupils should be able to: 6.1 Suggest a suitable location for a variety of renewable energy sources, given an environment. 6.2 Practice problem solving skills. 6.3 Deliver a presentation as part of a group.
  7. 7. S1 Science Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department 7. Solar Cell Investigation By the end of lesson 7, pupils should be able to: 7.1 Carry out an investigation. 7.2 Write up an investigation. 7.3 Plot a graph of results using data from an investigation.
  8. 8. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 8. Batteries. By the end of lesson 8 pupils should be able to: 8.1 State that a battery is a portable store of energy. 8.2 List two disadvantages of using batteries to supply energy. 8.2 Complete an energy chain for the energy conversions that take place inside a battery. 8.3 Describe an experiment that shows the charging and discharging of a simple lead-acid battery.
  9. 9. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 9. Energy in Foods. By the end of lesson 9 pupils should be able to: 9.1 State that the energy needed for the human body to work comes from stored chemical energy in food. 9.2 State that the stored chemical energy is converted into heat and movement (kinetic) energy in the body. 9.3 Describe an experiment that shows food contains energy. 9.4 State that the same amount of different foods contain different amounts of energy. 9.5 Describe an experiment to show that different foods contain different amounts of energy.
  10. 10. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 10. Looking at Light Energy. By the end of lesson 10 pupils should be able to: 10.1 State that we can only see an object when light from that object enters our eyes. 10.2 State that light travels in straight lines. 10.3 Explain the meaning of the words opaque and transparent . 10.5 State that the area behind an opaque object where it blocks light is called its shadow 10.6 State that when light crosses from one transparent material into another it changes direction.
  11. 11. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 11. More about Light Energy. By the end of lesson 11 pupils should be able to: 11.1 State that white light is a mixture of all the colours of the rainbow. 11.2 Describe an experiment that shows white light being split into the spectrum of colours that make it up. 11.3 State that objects appear coloured because they absorb some colours and reflect others into our eyes. 11.4 State that colour filters allow some colours of light to pass through them but block the rest.
  12. 12. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 12. Investigating Sound Energy. By the end of lesson 12 pupils should be able to: 12.1 State that objects vibrating fast enough produce sound . 12.2 Understand how the vibrating object ‘squashes together’ and ‘stretches apart’ the air particles round about it. 12.3 State that these ‘squashings’ and ‘stretchings’ move away from the vibrating object as a sound wave . 12.4 State that the frequency (pitch) of the sound wave depends on how quickly the object vibrates. 12.5 Describe an experiment that shows sound can travel through a solid.
  13. 13. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 13. More about Sound Energy. By the end of lesson 13 pupils should be able to: 13.1 Describe some examples of vibrating objects producing sound. 13.2 State that some objects can be made to vibrate and produce sound by hitting them. 13.3 State that some objects can be made to vibrate and produce sound by plucking them. 13.4 State that some objects can be made to vibrate and produce sound by blowing over them.
  14. 14. Our Physical World Part 1 Knox Academy Science Department S1 Science 14. Sun and Earth. By the end of lesson 14 pupils should be able to: 14.1 State that the sun gets its energy from nuclear reactions. 14.2 Complete an energy chain starting with the sun and ending with a person to show where the energy needed for life comes from. 14.3 Explain why the earth gets night and day. 14.4 Explain in terms of the concentration of sunlight falling on different parts of the earth why its cold at the poles and hot at the equator. 14.5 Explain in terms of the concentration of sunlight falling on different parts of the earth at different times of the year why we get summer and winter.

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