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Living things, humans, variation Year 23 - Science mixed age planning

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That all animals, including humans, need to feed. That animals need to feed to grow and to beThat an adequate and varied diet is needed to keep healthy

Science mixed age planning Living Things Humans, animals, Variation, Teeth, Diet, Medicines Years 2 and 3 Approximately 14 hours

    Skills focus: Raising questions, recording / communicating, observing, making comparisons, considering evidence, evaluating

Vocabulary to develop: words and phrases relating to life processes eg grow, growth, move, have young, reproduce, feed, feeding, activity words relating to health eg diet, variety, germ, healthy/unhealthy, medicines, safety, packaging, words to name and describe groups of foods eg vegetables, meat, fish, sugars and starches, fruit, fats names of different teeth eg incisor, molar, canine words which have different meanings in other contexts eg diet, root, activity, decay, evidence, conclusion

     expressions making generalisations

    PoS QCA Learning objectives Differentiation through skills Activities that Notes / safety

     unit meet the learning

    (possible pathway) objectives

     Assessment for learning to identify prior knowledge

    and understanding and focus for learning

    KS1 2a That humans need water and food to stay alive Possibly collect data as Sc2 a homework activity 2b KS2 3a That all animals, including humans, need to feed SAFETY Even if it is Sc2 not intended that 1b children should taste Sc2 3a That animals need to feed to grow and to be active foods some may try to 1a do so. Good hygiene is KS1 therefore important or Sc2 3a That there are many different foods the foods should be 2b Recording / communicating: made inaccessible. KS1 I can draw and talk about what I Sc2 2a That we eat different kinds of food see (level 1) SAFETY All off-site 2b/e I can use a simple table (level 1-2) visits must be KS1 I can use a pictogram (level 2) undertaken in Sc1 2a To collect information and to present results as a block I can draw simple two column accordance with 2f/g graph tables to record what I LEA/school guidelines.

     observe/see (level 2) KS1 I can use a bar chart (level 3) Sc1 2a That sometimes we eat a lot of some foods and not very I can choose to show my results in

    2c much of others tables, charts or lists (level 3) KS2 I can present my results as bar

    Sc2 3a That an adequate and varied diet is needed to keep charts (level 4) 2b healthy

    KS2 Raising Questions: Possibly Year 2 children

     I am curious and interested (level investigate human diet

    Sc2 3a That different animals have different diets 1) and Year 3 animal diet

    2b I can ask questions (level 2)

     I can ask questions and with help

    Sc1 3a To raise questions about the diet of different pets suggest what I will do to answer

    2a (level 2/ 3)

     I can ask questions that can be

    Sc1 3a To turn ideas about the diet of animals into a form that investigated scientifically and I

    2a can be investigated can say whether I need a fair test

     to answer it (level 3 /4) Sc1 3a To decide how many animals should be investigated and

    2b/c the range of foods to be considered Recording / communicating:

     As previous Sc1 3a To present evidence about the foods eaten by animals in

    2h a suitable bar chart or pictogram Considering Evidence:

     I can compare two things / things

    Sc1 3a To decide whether the evidence is sufficient to draw that happen (level 2) 2j/m conclusions I can say what I found out (level

     2)

    I can say whether what happened

    was what I expected (level 2)

    I can give simple explanations

    (level 3)

    I can identify patterns and use

    these to draw my conclusions

    (level 3 / 4)

    Evaluating the investigation:

    I can compare my results with

    others (level 2)

    I can give reasons why results

    might be different (level 3)

    KS1 2c To explore human variation making observations and Link with problem Sc2 comparisons solving activities in 4a/b Numeracy e.g. Do people

     with long legs jump the KS1 To raise questions about differences between Raising questions: furthest? Sc1 themselves, test them and decide whether their As previous Raise a number of 2a/c/ predictions were correct questions and explore. I Recording / Communicating: Opportunity to apply Sc1 2c To collect and organise data and present it in chart form As previous observation / measuring, 2g and data handling skills KS2 3a That humans have teeth molars for chewing, canines Describe / identify (level 1) Human teeth year 3, Sc2 for tearing, incisors for cutting and that teeth help us Compare (level 2) animal teeth year 4 2a to eat Generalise (level 3)

     Explain (level 3) SAFETY Any real Sc2 3a That the shape of the teeth makes them useful for teeth must be sterilised 2a different purposes Recording / communicating: before being taken to

     I can draw and talk about what I the classroom. It is Sc2 3a To make observations and comparisons of different see (level 1) possible to obtain 2a teeth, identifying important features I can use a simple table (level 1-2) ‘cleaned’ human teeth Sc1 I can use a pictogram (level 2) and/or plastic models of 2b I can draw simple two column teeth from laboratory

     tables to record what I suppliers. Sc2 3a That healthy teeth need healthy gums observe/see (level 2)

    2a I can use a bar chart (level 3)

     I can choose to show my results in

KS1 3a Some foods can be damaging to our teeth tables, charts or lists (level 3)

    Sc2 I can present my results as bar

    2a charts (level 4)

Sc1 2a To collect information and to present results as Considering Evidence:

    2f/g drawings, charts or block graphs I can compare two things / things

     that happen (level 2)

    I can say what I found out (level

    2)

    I can say whether what happened

    was what I expected (level 2)

    I can give simple explanations

    (level 3)

    I can identify patterns and use

    these to draw my conclusions

    (level 3 / 4)

    KS1 2a That animals (including humans) produce young and these Raising Questions: Sc2 grow into children and new adults I am curious and interested (level

    2F 1)

    Sc2 2a That babies and children need to be looked after while I can ask questions (level 2)

    2f they are growing I can ask questions and with help

     suggest what I will do to answer

    Sc1 2a To ask simple questions in order to make simple (level 2/ 3)

    2a comparisons of babies and toddlers I can ask questions that can be

     investigated scientifically and I

    Sc2 2b That animals reproduce and change as they grow older can say whether I need a fair test

    1b to answer it (level 3-4)

    KS1 2a That we need exercise to stay healthy PE Link: Sc2 SAFETY Children 2h 2a That sometimes we take medicines when we get ill, these should undertake usual

     help us to get better PE activities, not Sc1 attempt to ‘test’ their 2d 2a That medicines are useful but are drugs not foods, and stamina or strength.

     can be dangerous Sc2 Raising Questions: Assessment for learning 2d 2a That some people need medicines to keep them alive and I am curious and interested (level to identify areas for

     healthy 1) focus these objectives Sc1 I can ask questions (level 2) addressed in year 1 / 2 2d 2a To ask questions about medicines and health I can ask questions and with help unit

     suggest what I will do to answer Sc1 2a That medicines can be dangerous if we take them (level 2/ 3) SAFETY Warn 2a without consulting parents or doctors I can ask questions that can be children that medicines

     investigated scientifically and I are dangerous if taken Sc2 2a Recognise hazards and risks in medicines and how to can say whether I need a fair test without the knowledge 2d avoid these to answer it (level 3-4) of parents/doctors. If BOS medicines are brought in 2b for demonstration

     purposes make sure they BOS 2a Communicate information about the safe use of are kept out of harm’s 2a medicines way.

     Purpose for

    communicating the

    information leaflet,

    poem, radio interview

    etc.

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