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TERM/WEEKS: Term 3 YEAR LEVEL: One LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: Science – Weather

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM
General Capabilities:
Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical and creative Ethical Behaviour Personal and social Intercultural
thinking Competence Understanding
Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability

Notes about device access in the classroom: Children have iPads to share between 2-3, that are accessed on a daily occurrence educationally.

Lesson 1 below
WEEK/ West SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and
LESSON other
Australian OBJECTIVE (what & how) EXPERIENCES
Curriculum (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)
LINKS

Lesson 1 Observable Children can observe, Formative assessment in the Introduction:


changes predict and beginning to gain understanding • Children will be gathered on mat, educator will do a recap of
occur in the document changing of children’s prior knowledge of children’s learning from the summer unit of work and what Mystery bag –
sky and variables through the season: List descriptive variables they had observed and types of weather they could beanie, umbrella,
landscape winter season. observable changes through scarf
expect to experience in that season.
(ACSSU019) seasons on Padlet
• Educator will have a mystery bag. Children will be chosen at
Science Yr1 Summative: At the end of this random to come up and pull something out of the bag and piece
unit of work students will be able together what season they will be working on for the next unit of
to: Use ICT tool Book Creator to work.
identify and describe variable • Educator will explain that children will be working with the season
changes in landscape and sky I
winter and they are expected to create a new chapter in their
relation to the season ‘winter’.
(checklist) appendix 1 seasons book using Book Creator (show summer chapter as a
reviser). They will need to list and describe – observable changes
they see in the land and the sky comparing the seasons.
• But first educator will have the children log onto their iPads in QR codes/ Padlet
designated pairs and create a brainstorm on Padlet of what they brainstorm
know or associate with winter (descriptive words are encouraged),
QR code as a link.

Body:
Book creator (app) on
• Children will be put up into pairs (based on ability – more capable iPad.
with someone whom needs more guidance and support) and will
work on their chapter of winter on Book Creator.
• Educator will display webpage that children will be working off https://weatherdetec
that they can use as reference. tives.weebly.com/

Group one
o Half of the class will go outside and become weather Book creator (app) on
detectives – recording visually and verbally, iPad.
photographing and typing what they can describe from
their observations – feel, hear and see.
o They will be as creative as they can be in their
observations and how they can project that it is winter.

Group two
o The other half of the group will be inside as weather Jars, water, shaving
observers. They will have the activity explained to them; cream and blue dye
shaving cream is the ‘clouds’ and the blue dye is the ‘rain’
they are going to predict what they think they will
observe and explain why they have come to that
conclusion.
o The children will be prompted to take a photo of each
step -observe the first unchanged variable, then copy that
image and explain (through verbal recordings, text or
drawings), what they think will happen when another
variable is added.
o The children will then record via video or photo of what
has happened. The children will then need to discuss and
explicitly explain what they have seen. Educator will be
guiding and explaining the steps to the children as they
go along.

Conclusion:
• Children will then gather down on the mat and share something
iPads and projector
new they have learnt.
• The children can then have the opportunity to share through the
projector what they have achieved so far and reflecting on their
knowledge now.
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TERM/WEEKS: Term 3 YEAR LEVEL: One LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: Science – Weather

Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical and creative Ethical Behaviour Personal and social Intercultural
thinking Competence Understanding
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability

Notes about device access in the classroom: Children have iPads to share between 2-3, that are accessed on a daily occurrence educationally.

Lesson 2 below
WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and
LESSON other
Curriculum LESSON (what & how) EXPERIENCES
LINKS OBJECTIVE (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)

Lesson Science involves Diagnostic: Educator will have Introduction:


2 observing, asking Children Kahoot and children will have to • Educator will ask children to look outside and ask them if they Kahoot on
questions about, describe the choose hot or cold for various think the weather is hot or cold? Children will then make their projector/iPad
and describing changing different objects. predictions using their senses – feel, see, and hear.
changes in, objects variables
• Educator will have a Kahoot with children set up that will display
and through
events (ACSHE021) observations of Formative: observing children’s either hot or cold variables, children must choose between the
– see, feel, hear. iMovie and listening to two options.
Science Yr1 discussions, in the lesson
reflection. Body: Educator will have 2 rotational groups:
Group 1
Summative checklist of lesson o This rotational group will lay on the grass outside the IPad/ camera – time
objective * appendix 1 classroom with their iPad. Using the camera with the lapse tool
time-lapse tool they will cloud watch. Children will then
iMovie app
export to iMovie and use a voice over to explain the
changes in the clouds and how they can change / why
(what variables i.e wind?).

Group 2
o Group two children will be observing, making predictions
and describing the changes they are witnessing in the
variables. There will be ice in a bowel that is dyed blue,
iMovie on iPad.
there will be a large glass bowl that will have warm water
that is dyed red to represent ‘hot’. The children will make
predictions of what will happen when adding the ice into Water, dye, bowls,
the red warm water. The children will take a photo of the camera, recording,
variables and create a voice over or write text of their
predictions.
o The children will then have one videoing the experiment
and the other adding the ice into the warm water. The
children will then explain what they are seeing with the
variables. The children will add this into the iMovie app.
Conclusion:
• the class will gather on the mat. The educator will instruct
the children to sit in their pair and create a presentation iPad/ projector.
of the changing variables they have observed and put it
into the iMovie app.
• Educator will ask a couple of pairs to come up and show
their progress so far to their peers.
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TERM/WEEKS: Term 3 YEAR LEVEL: One LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: Science – Weather

Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical and creative Ethical Behaviour Personal and social Intercultural
thinking Competence Understanding
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability

Notes about device access in the classroom: Children have iPads to share between 2-3, that are accessed on a daily occurrence educationally.

Lesson 3 below
WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and
LESSON other
Curriculum OBJECTIVE (what & how) EXPERIENCES
LINKS (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)
Lesson Science involves Children can Summative: final product of Introduction:
3 observing, asking present their iMovie – uploaded to seesaw, • Educator will show a clip of how to be a weather observer. YouTube weather
questions about, predictions and meeting objectives. • Educator will show children an outdoor weather thermometer, clip: will play for
and describing observations of educator will prompt children to share prior knowledge about 2.20mins
changes in, objects data (weather
thermometers and temperatures. Educator will explain
and variables: hot, cold, https://www.youtub
events (ACSHE021) windy, rainy, e.com/watch?v=Uo8l
Body:
cloudy) in a beVVb4M
Science Yr1 presentation
format (iMovie) • Students will pair up (ability levels higher to lower abilities with
iPads). They will go outside observe and describe the weather they
are experiencing in that moment, by recording, taking photos and
doing voice overs.
• The children will describe key variables – wind, rain/clear sky’s,
iMovie (app) on iPad.
cloud coverage and the weather temp (hot or cold – extension
could be measuring the temperature with thermometer).
• The children will complete this task in iMovie as ‘weather
reporters’. Children will need to take turns filming one another on
each section and being a ‘reporter’ and a ‘videographer’.
• Children can also use the weather app and screenshot the
temperatures and weather reports and add it into their iMovie’s. Book creator (app) on
iPad.
• The children are encouraged to use. Their creativity with their
knowledge of iMovie apps as well as photo manipulations with pic Jars, water, shaving
collage. cream and blue dye

Conclusion:
• Educator will go around to each pair and assist with any issues and
making sure they reach the lesson objectives and discussing Seesaw, iMovie,
changing variables. projector.
• Educator will ask children to export their iMovie to their class
seesaw along with lesson 2 iMovies. Children will have the
opportunity to share their movies with the class.

Appendix 1*
MARKING KEY

Demonstrating

Developing

Not Demonstrating

Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Comments

Student Children can observe, predict and Children describe the changing Children can present their predictions Presents findings with class when prompted.
document changing variables variables through observations and observations of data in a
through the winter season. of – see, feel, hear presentation format (iMovie)