Physical Science Lesson Plan Templates in Middle School Science

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Snakes and Ladders: Heat
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Game for review of the Heating and Cooling module. The instructions set the background information so the students should read them even if they know...
Friction Investigation Worksheet
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
A simple worksheet to accompany an investigation about measuring the force needed to pull an object over different surfaces (to identify the...
Introduction to some key terms
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Transparent; translucent; luminojus; ray; opaque
Distance-time graphs
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2016
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Students to interpret; walk and design distance-time graphs
Burning Chips Experiment Worksheet
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Learning Outcomes: Burning is an exothermic reaction that releases energy.We can find out the amount of energy released by measuring the change in...
Energy
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2016
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Energy - What is Energy?Part 1 of a set of resources to aid the teaching and learning of energy.PowerPoints and resources had been labelled to help...
Speed
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2016
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Made up with a variety of sources a ppt on speed for a first lesson. Can be adapted for all levels; used with a sheet downloaded from here called...
Different Types of Energy and Energy Transfer
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
<p>An introduction to the different types of energy and energy transfers.</p>
Introduction to Energy and energy transfer
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Designed to get students to think about what energy is and the different types of store and transfer of energy; where the student will have a...
Forces and motion
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2016
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  • Energy
  • Middle School
Starter activity to calculate speed. Identify balanced and unbalanced forces