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Junk Food Science News Report KS 3/4 Lesson CPD Slides
Outcomes • Be aware of the Junk Food Science Project videos and associated curriculum and CPD resources • Be aware of the Junk Food Science News Report KS 3 and 4 Lesson videos and associated curriculum resources • Planned how you will use the News Report resources with your class
Project Team • Teachers TV • Centre for Science Education, Sheffield Hallam University • Illumina
Project Aims To support the teaching and learning of Food and Healthy Eating through the use of innovative contexts, curriculum and CPD videos and resources
Resources • • • Student Classroom Videos Teachers’ Notes Classroom Power. Points Classroom paper-based resources CPD videos CPD Power. Points
News Report KS 3/4 lesson resources • ‘Eating Whatever You Like? ’ video www. teachers. tv/videos/eatingwhatever-you-like • ‘News Report’ video www. teachers. tv/videos/news-report • News Report KS 3 and 4 Lesson Activity Sheets – download these at www. teachers. tv/videos/junk-food-science • News Report KS 3 and 4 Lesson Teacher Notes – download these at www. teachers. tv/videos/junk-food-science • Presentation for use in class – ‘News Report KS 3 and 4 Lesson Sample Slides’ – download this at www. teachers. tv/videos/junk-food -science • CPD Video – ‘Teaching the KS 3/4 News Report Lesson’ – www. teachers. tv/videos/teaching-the-ks 3 -4 -news-report-lesson Download these resources from the Teachers TV website to use in this session
CPD video Read the Teacher’s Notes and then Watch the CPD video (www. teachers. tv/videos/teaching-the-ks 3 -4 -news-report-lesson) Discuss the following questions • How did the teacher introduce the context? • How did the children develop and share the ideas introduced in the news report video? • How did the teachers engage the students in discussion? • How did the children make their decisions? • What alternatives to banning did the children generate? • How did the teachers conclude the lesson? • What aspects of the curriculum are covered by the lesson?
Starter • Watch Eating Whatever You Like? ’ video (www. teachers. tv/videos/eating-whateveryou-like) and then discuss the following question • Would you use this to introduce the lesson before introducing the starter activity?
Main Lesson Activities • Watch ‘News Report’ video www. teachers. tv/videos/news-report • What arguments and evidence were used to support the ban? • What arguments and evidence were used to oppose the ban? • How would you use the video to enable your students to record and discuss the arguments for and against? • How would you introduce the ideas of ‘fact’ and ‘opinion’? • How would you facilitate group decision making? • How would you encourage students to develop alternative ideas to banning?
Plenary • How would you debrief the group discussions and decisions? • How would you consolidate the learning?
Additional Activities and Resources • There are range of additional ideas provided in the Teacher’s Notes to help you develop a cross-curricular topic on Healthy Eating, including Extension work, Additional activities Science upd 8 activities Links to other Teachers TV videos • How would you use these additional ideas?