Revise all the work we have done on cells, organs, organ systems and living things for your end of topic test.
Read your feedback post it notes to help you make improvements to your cell posters. Bring back your posters, with the improvements completed and the post it notes stuck on.
Complete the cell posters.
Make sure you include key information about the cells, pictures and lots of colour.
Make a model of a specialised cell.
It can be made of any modelling materials such as plastercine, card or straws. You could even bake a cake!
Any problems getting materials together, come and see me.
Finish off your biscuit experiment write up.
Use your check list to make sure you have completed each section.
Your group big sheets are in my lab if you need them.
Write 2 or 3 sentences to describe how to make the experiment we planned a fair test.
In and around your homes, find at least 3 hazard symbols on everyday products.
Take a photo on your phone (you will be allowed your phone in class for this lesson), print a photo or bring the label to the lesson.
Using the worksheet to help you, write an obituary for Marie Curie (the famous scientist our class has been named after). Don’t forget to include a picture of her, where and when she was born and the work she did as a scientist.
The work should be hand written (best writing please) in the front of your book.