Progression & questioning techniques in primary science projects

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Measuring force and measuring progress.

About. A table of questions to use when children work on forces and air resistance:

Pedagogical content. This resource provides an overview of the Year 6 scheme of work - 6E Forces in action and includes some experiment examples. The experiments could be run in class, with increasingly advanced objectives(i) including students' use of language(ta) , the factors they discuss, the way they use equipment, assessment(i), etc. This resource can work as standalone lesson ideas / science projects /inquiry(i), or to illustrate progression of concepts through a scheme of work or curriculum planning(i) document. (edit)

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Title Progression and questioning techniques in primary science projects
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Learning Objectives
  • Understanding levels of progress in science.
  • Identifying achievement levels in the use of scientific investigation tasks.
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