Y6 revision programme materials by 6X0tb9


									Sc1 objectives                                           National Curriculum
      To plan and carry out a fair test.                SC3 - Pupils should be taught:
      To record evidence                                    a. To describe changes that occur when
      To present result                                        materials are mixed
      To draw conclusions                                   b. To describe changes that occur when
      To classify materials according to                       materials are heated or cooled
how they react when mixed with water                         c. That temperature is a measure of how hot or
                                                                sold things are
                                                             d. About reversible changes, including
                                                                dissolving, melting, boiling, condensing,
                                                                freezing and evaporating
                                                             e. The part played by evaporation and
                                                                condensation in the water cycle
                                                             f. That non-reversible changes result in the
                                                                formation of new materials that may be
                                                             g. That burning materials results in the
                                                                formation of new materials and that this
                                                                change is not usually reversible


            1. Investigate mixing different solids with water. Classify the solids according to
                what happens. Soluble, insoluble, irreversible etc
            2. Freeze different liquids to make lollies
            3. Plan an investigation to answer the question - Which solid melts most quickly?
                – using chocolate, wax, butter etc
            4. Mix ice and hot water to get water at a given temperature
            5. Investigate rates of evaporation e.g. drying cloths, paint.
            6. Investigate which food burn most easily?
  Sc1 objectives                                                        National Curriculum
  Planning                                                              Sc3 – Pupils should be taught:
   To ask questions that can be                                        3a - how to separate solid particles of
      investigated scientifically                                            different sizes by sieving.
   To try out things when deciding what to                              b - that some solids dissolve in water
      do                                                                     to give solutions but some do not.
   To decide what equipment to use and                                  c - how to separate insoluble solids
      why                                                                    from liquids by filtering.
  Carrying out an investigation                                          d - how to recover dissolved solids
   To be able to solve scientific problems                                   by evaporating the liquid from the
  Presenting evidence                                                         solution.
   To communicate findings in an                                        e - to use knowledge of solids, liquids
      appropriate and systematic way.                                        and gases to decide how mixtures
                                                                             might be separated.

Cross Curricular Links
    make a book in Literacy.
    drama – mad scientists

                                                  mixtures of

                                      Activities - 2 hours
                            Mind map (15mins) (Display in class)
                            Investigation – Give problem in children, in groups,
                             (1 hour)        to solve. [Aliens have polluted the
                                             water supply in London. Each borough
                                             has something different in the water.]
                                             Give the children the mixtures and let
                                             them plan, choose experiment,
                                             equipment and then solve by doing.
                                             Record results/ outcomes. Label by
                                             using key words – filter, sieve etc
                            Look at old SATs questions that relate to the activity.
                            Look at completed experiments – children record results.
                             Group/class discussion to clarify and consolidate. (25mins)
    Sc1 objectives                                                    National Curriculum
     To communicate findings in an                                   SC3 - Pupils should be taught:
       appropriate and systematic way                                  To compare everyday materials
     To record observations,                                             and objects on the basis of their
       measurements and findings                                          material properties and relate
     To draw conclusions from                                            these to everyday uses of the
       observations                                                       materials
                                                                       That some materials are better
                                                                          thermal insulators than others
                                                                       That some materials are better
                                                                          electrical conductors than others
                                                                       To describe and groups rocks and
                                                                          soils on the basis of their
                                                                       To recognise the difference
                                                                          between solids, liquids and gases.

                                    Grouping and
       Session 5                                                                           1 Session – 30mins
Groups present their                                                                  Children group materials in
findings – use specific                                                               relation to:
scientific vocabulary.                                                                      Magnetism
Cross Curricular Link to                                                                    Strength
ICT                                     Activities – 2nd session                            Thermal insulation
                                        Groups                                              Texture
                                         1, 2&3 – Solid, liquid and gas                    Hardness
                                           – classifying.                                   Appearance
                                         4&5 – Rocks & Soils =                             Electrical conduction
                                              Sand behaves like liquid                      Flexibility
                                                                                            Permeability
                                                                                            Maintenance of shape
                                              Possible                                      Flow

                                                       3rd Session
                                        Investigations – Insulators and Conductors
                                                      Thermal and electrical
                                        1. Test materials on keeping ice frozen
                                                 Classify properties of materials
                                                     they used.
                                                        4th Session
                                        2. Circuits – testing materials for
                                           conductivity and insulation properties

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