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Creating Burglar Alarms While Learning Circuitry

Lesson Objective: Fifth graders create a burglar alarm system with circuits
Grades 3-5 / Science / Experiment
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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How does the teacher use this experiment as a learning assessment?
  2. What easy ideas for differentiation does Ms. Stuart suggest?
  3. What higher level thinking do you see taking place in this classroom?

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  • Private message to Hala Innab
The link for the Apprentice Electrician Lesson Planning Pack is not correct. It links to an Algebra lesson. Lesson Planning Pack as shown below Each pack in this new series contains a set of four videos on a specific topic. Two of the videos are Lesson Starters for use in the classroom, one is a Great Lesson Idea introduced by a teacher and the other is a Teaching Support video, covering professional development related to covering this topic. The pack contains written resources linked to the topic. Lesson Planning Pack - Algebra http://www.teachers.tv/series/lesson-planning-pack-algebra This Lesson Planning Pack for KS2 maths focusses on Algebra. It includes resources for both teachers and pupils. Lesson Starter 1: Algebra in Action http://www.teachers.tv/videos/algebra-in-action This lesson starter on algebra tells the story of an apple seller who is cold but can’t afford a scarf. However, she persuades the scarf seller to exchange a scarf for some apples. The scarf seller then goes and exchanges some of her scarves for a coat.
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  • Private message to Stephanie Anolick
Great idea for a final project!
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  • Private message to Ed Newton
Great Ideas.
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  • Private message to Barbara Hughes
Love this presentation. I will use it!
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Transcripts

  • Summary

    An engaging, lesson-planning idea for an active primary science lesson where pupils solve problems using their current understanding of electricity.

    Summary

    An engaging, lesson-planning idea for an active primary science lesson where pupils solve problems using their current understanding of electricity.
    Tracy Stuart, Year 4 teacher at Ripple Primary School in Barking, presents her lesson on becoming an apprentice electrician. Working in groups and using their electrician’s toolbox, the pupils have to perform a variety of timed tasks in order to receive their certificate.
    Tasks include making a circuit with a light in it, making a circuit with a buzzer and making a circuit with two lights. Once these tasks have been successfully accomplished the groups are then asked to design and build a burglar alarm.
    This video is part of the Lesson Planning Pack on electricity for KS2 science, which includes two lesson starters, one great lesson idea and a CPD discussion.

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