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check own ideas, promote discussion and
identify possible enquiries at the beginning
of the lesson

 at the end of a top...
 suitable for wide age and ability range as
learners interpret the concept cartoon in a
way they find meaningful

 situa...
 more able learners create their own
concept cartoons


 as a lead in to debate in which learners
can side with differen...
W h a t is t h e
s c ie n c e c o n c e p t
   b e h in d t h e s e
        c onc e pt
      c a rto o ns ?
If all the plants
 died, then all
  the animals
would die too!      If all the plants        If all the plants
           ...
There are always more
  rabbits than foxes so
there is enough food for
        the foxes           It is because      It’s...
We will run out of    We will run out
                             paper if we do not    of trees if we do
               ...
The cactus has spines                         The cactus has
so that animals do not                          needle-like
 ...
H o w w o u ld y o u
     im p r o v e
       the s e
     c onc e pt
   c a rto o ns ?
Its
     lunch              Oh no!
     time.          It’s a snake!
                   I think its time
                 ...
Camel do not                           A camel’s
    store water in                         thick coat
    their humps as ...
They get their
energy by
breaking down
dead matter. I
can be
decompose
too….
                    We ensure
               ...
G ro up Wo rk

- Gather in groups of 4 or 5 and assign a number to each
member of the group. (CLS: Number Heads Together)
...
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Concept cartoons

  1. 1. check own ideas, promote discussion and identify possible enquiries at the beginning of the lesson  at the end of a topic to review learning and apply ideas to situations  developing literacy skills for teaching English and encouraging everyone to put forth your views
  2. 2.  suitable for wide age and ability range as learners interpret the concept cartoon in a way they find meaningful  situations will mean different things to different groups  when you are more involved, you are more motivated towards learning
  3. 3.  more able learners create their own concept cartoons  as a lead in to debate in which learners can side with different characters  as a challenge to see who can produce the most interesting/imaginative concept cartoon
  4. 4. W h a t is t h e s c ie n c e c o n c e p t b e h in d t h e s e c onc e pt c a rto o ns ?
  5. 5. If all the plants died, then all the animals would die too! If all the plants If all the plants died, then the died, then the rabbits would foxes would live die but not the if some rabbits foxes? True? were left to breed. Food Chains & Food Webs
  6. 6. There are always more rabbits than foxes so there is enough food for the foxes It is because It’s because the the rabbits do foxes are at the not need as top of the food much to eat. chain so they have more energy It’s because the rabbits produce more babies Food Chains & Food Webs
  7. 7. We will run out of We will run out paper if we do not of trees if we do recycle it not recycle paper Paper is biodegradable so we do not need to recycle it Recycling paper takes less energy than making new paper Recycling – Effects of the environment
  8. 8. The cactus has spines The cactus has so that animals do not needle-like eat it. leaves that reduce water loss. Cactus Valley Thick fleshy stems can The cactus has store water and stems spines because have chlorophyll to take they fall off and over the process of grow into new photosynthesis cactus plants. Characteristics of cactus
  9. 9. H o w w o u ld y o u im p r o v e the s e c onc e pt c a rto o ns ?
  10. 10. Its lunch Oh no! time. It’s a snake! I think its time to change my colour. Of course. A Do you know why Chameleon chameleons changes its colour change their to hide from its colour ? predators. This act is also called camouflage. DONE BY: ARAVINTH AND JARRAN
  11. 11. Camel do not A camel’s store water in thick coat their humps as it reflects is commonly sunlight ,it believed. also insulates it from the intense heat radiated from the desert sand. Do you know Camel has long legs to that camel keeps its body far from store water the hot sands .It also in their has large padded feet blood? to prevent it from sinking into the sands. Done by :Li Huang Wei and Lee Yao Rong Camel
  12. 12. They get their energy by breaking down dead matter. I can be decompose too…. We ensure that the earth would I can not be enrich covered the soil with dead too… matter and animal waste too.
  13. 13. G ro up Wo rk - Gather in groups of 4 or 5 and assign a number to each member of the group. (CLS: Number Heads Together) - Duties:- - Number 1: Controls the computer - Number 2: Leader - Number 3: Time Manager - Numbers 4/5: Research Analysts - Select a science concept and go to www.makebeliefscomix.com - All groups given 20 minutes to design their concept cartoon and save the completed work under the Student Project folder
  • ssuser33842c

    Feb. 7, 2018

Excellent for Science Revision:)

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