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Technology 4

Technology 4

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Lesson Plan - Technology VI Primary
The lesson took place on 10
th
January 2012. It was connected with the 3R ideas of “Doing Our Bit”project – reduce and reuse different materials to make smaller the amount of rubbish that we throwaway every day. Pupils were encouraged to create something from nothing.
Topic
: Using the waste materials to create “The vehicles of the future”
Main educational objectives:
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showing the idea of rubbish segregation and encouraging pupils to think aboutrubbish problem during shopping
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making pupils aware of the danger that comes from the constantly encreasingamount of rubbish
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making pupils aware that not everything they throw away should be in thegarbage bins.
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introducing to pupils the containers’ marks, signs and products from plastic
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explaining the meaning of words: biodegradation, reprocessing, reusing,recycling, rubbish liquidation
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using waste materials to prepare “vehicles of the future”
Methods
: lecture, practical exercises, demonstration
Materials
: different waste materials: cartons, plastic bottles, youghurt tabs, cans,boards with slogans: “Less rubbish – better condition of the Earth”, “Look for a benefitin recycling”, scissors, sticky tape, glue.
Lesson stages
1.
 
Preparing to the lesson, welcoming, giving and explaining the aim and theactivities of the lesson
2.
 
Pupils answer following questions:
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What the rubbish is?
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Can a town exist without having a rubbish dump?
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Where would you situate the rubbish dump, taking into account your place of living?
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What rubbish do we throw away and should all the rubbish be put into therubbish bins?
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What do we do and what should we do to make smaller the amount of rubbish?
3.
 
Pupils draw out conclusions:
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there is a need of rubbish segregation
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there is a need of reusing different materials
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there is a need of recycling different materials

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