Absolute Science: Year 8 Non-specialist Teacher's Pack by Arnold Brian Jones Mary Jones Geoff Poole Emma

By Arnold Brian Jones Mary Jones Geoff Poole Emma

"Absolute technological know-how" is a self-contained scheme aimed toward scholars ranging among degrees 3 and 6 with extension fabric for scholars operating at degrees seven and 8. It suits the QCA Scheme of labor and offers aid for the major degree three programme of analysis.

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Transparent when you want to see through – windows, fish tanks, etc. – and opaque where you may not want to be able to see through – walls and doors, screens, etc. During the course of this discussion it may well come to light that not all windows are see-through. This is an opportune time to introduce the idea of translucent materials. Having some examples available such as frosted glass, tracing paper and a fabric lampshade, will help greatly. If appropriate, the idea of shadows and light being blocked off by an opaque object can be dealt with here.

What can you see now when you look through the hole in the first screen? What does this prove?

Having some examples available such as frosted glass, tracing paper and a fabric lampshade, will help greatly. If appropriate, the idea of shadows and light being blocked off by an opaque object can be dealt with here. Question 7 gives opportunities for pupils to confirm what they have learned. Reflection Worksheet B2, Reflection of light, provides pupils with the opportunity to predict what they think will happen when a ray of light strikes a plane mirror and then to confirm their ideas using basic equipment such as ray boxes, mirrors and protractors.

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