Age range: 10 - 11
Resource type: lesson plan
Author: Nesrin ÖZBABA ULUĞ
This resource is one of the 36 Scientix lesson plans that were developed during the “STEM Is Everywhere!” MOOC, the first ever online course funded and carried out exclusively by Scientix and hosted on the EUN Academy. The course aimed to connect Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) classes with “real life” and supported teachers in integrating real-world problems into their STEM lessons and practices. In this lesson, students will explore the frictional effect in a variety of environments and give friction force examples from their daily lives. They will also be expected to compose research questions that require data collection, recognise and identify length measurement units as well as conversions in order to solve problems, and identify the processes involved in an engineering project. Finally, they are expected to explain the various stages a project requires (planning, design, prototyping, execution, quality control and reporting), work collaboratively and contribute to their team by fulfilling their role adequately.
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