The CCHS Learning Cycle - DOC 9

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					                                               The TEEP Cycle

Department: Science
Year: 7     Module:                        Lesson : Lesson 8 - pH Scale
                            50 Mins
           Time
    Prepare for Learning    Acids and alkalis brain exercises w/s



       Agree Learning                                                                        Bloom's Taxonomy
         Outcomes           1) Compare effectiveness of indicators
                                                                                             6 Evaluation
                                                                                             5 Synthesis
                                                                                             4 Analysis
                            Spectrum References pgs 7 + 8                                    3 Application
                                                                                             2 Comprehension
                                                                                             1 Knowledge


      Present New
Information Through All     Show students different indicators – Litmus, Universal, Phenolpthalein
       the Senses           Is there anything else that we can use to test for acids and alkalis??




        Construct
Activity – The Search for       Prepare indicators – Make Indicators using cabbage, beetroot, grass
         Meaning                Lesson 7E in spectrum supplies w/s to lead this with students



    Apply to Demonstrate
         Your New               As groups come up with a checklist of what a good indicator should do
       Understanding




          Review            Four square. Each group is given a four square review. They should take it in
                            turns to complete each box using one of the skills listed to describe a concept or
Step Back and Reflect on    show understanding of today’s work. Students should work collaboratively
     Your Learning



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