Lesson Plan – Heather McGeeLESSON OUTCOME:LESSON STRUCTURE:
TimeIntroduction (Set):Teaching Approaches12:50pmBefore the lesson:
Have the yeast solution made up and ready to go – addsugar to ensure they are dividing and moving (but don’tmention this because it will be next week’s lesson)Check if Cheryl wants to use the Science room – but will probably be working on discussion
What did we do last lesson?
Bread making process
Today we’re going to learn how to use the microscopesproperly to have a look at some of the yeast we’ve beentalking about
Ascertaining understandingfrom previous lessons, andintroducing the outcomes for this lesson.
(Key Knowledge and Skills students should achieve in the lesson taken from relevantcurriculum documents.)
LL 3 Life and Living
explain some interactions between living things and between living things and their environment
explain the relationship between the structures of living things and the functions thesestructures perform
SI 3.2 Investigating
make measurements and record their results in tables, graphs and other structured formsTo understand the components of a microscopeTo understand how to safely prepare a microscope slideTo understand how to use a microscope to view microorganisms
May 2011Key Learning Area:
Life and Living, Band 3
Year Level: 8/9