Category Archives: 2º ESO SCIENCE

Thank you Vincent!

Just a short break today to say good bye to our science language assistant and thank him for his work and enthusiasm! Advertisements

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Would you rather visit the tropical rainforest or the African savanna? (TC4PI)

The main goal of this project is to get to know the main biomes worldwide, their main characteristics and the relationship with climates and the importance of preserving biodiversity. In this new cross-disciplinary  project (involving Geography, English and Science departments), … Continue reading

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The vital functions in animals

In this project, second level students were asked to investigate the vital functions of animals and present their findings in a written report, an audio and a video. One of the groups worked with tablets and apps such as videopad, … Continue reading

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Would you do something to reduce E-Waste?

Watch this interesting video and answer the questions below: Match column A with the correct statement from column B What does the SR recycling company do? Is the E-Waste recycling industry dangerous?  Explain Explain how recycling fosters security Why do … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between heat and temperature?

     

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Reproduction in animals

Coming back from the relaxed holidays, I entered the class and told my students we were going to take a thought shower about reproduction an animals. We addressed a lot of interesting issues, but I could also see that they … Continue reading

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The scientific method (Part II)

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Learning to learn: The scientific method (Part I)

The scientific method is the way scientists learn and study the way around them. It consists of 6 different steps although the number and the order of the steps can vary… Of course, this is science! Anyway you can get … Continue reading

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Cell rap

I told the second level students: It’s about time that you show off your science enthusiasm! And they performed this to make us have a great time in class! Do not miss the outtakes at the end of the video!

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Put all your energy into heat!

Check the following information to succeed in your project! The first one is an audio file from BBC Bitesize science. The second one is a ppt I made with key questions you should answer along your project. The third one … Continue reading

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