Chemical Science Year 2 Types of materials can be combined together for a purpose (ACSSU031)

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1. They identify that certain materials and resources have different uses and describe examples of where science is used in people’s daily lives.

1.1. Cooking

1.2. Gardening

1.3. Art

2. Students pose and respond to questions about their experiences and predict outcomes of investigations

2.1. Questioning and predicting

2.2. Planning and conducting

2.3. Processing and analysing data and information

2.4. Evaluating

2.5. Communicating

3. Make and compare observations

3.1. Use a range of methods to sort information, including drawing and provided tables.

3.2. Compare observations with predictions

3.3. Compare observations with others.

4. Exploring the local environment to observe a variety of materials, and describing ways in which materials are used

4.1. Rope

4.2. Pavers

4.3. Glass

4.4. Downpipes

5. Investigating the effects of mixing materials together

5.1. Class discussion

5.2. Identify items that have elements mixed together

6. Suggesting why different parts of everyday objects such as toys and clothes are made from different materials

6.1. Name the types of materials in the classroom: wood, metal, cardboard, scissors, pencil, plastic, bricks, glass, fabric and elastic.

6.2. Materials that occur naturally or created by people.

7. Identifying materials such as paper that can be changed and remade or recycled into new products

7.1. Newspaper

7.2. Glass

7.3. Wood

8. Assessment

8.1. Diagnostic:

8.1.1. What is a material? What materials make up some of the items in the classroom? What can different materials do? The use of some materials. What materials can be combined. Why are materials combined?

8.1.2. Engage students

8.2. Observations

8.3. Formative

8.3.1. What do the students know.

8.3.2. Science inquiry skills

8.3.3. Science understanding

8.4. Anecdotal Records

9. Cross Curriculum: English Mathematics Sustainability

9.1. Word Wall

10. Science Word Wall

10.1. Materials

10.2. Mixed

10.3. Observing

10.4. Recording