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Fun ways to teach background radiation

Discussion in 'Science' started by camhead, Jul 1, 2020.

  1. camhead

    camhead New commenter

    Anyone have any fun/original ways of teaching radiation to a GCSE group? I am just finding teaching with social distancing in place becoming quite flat as I haven't been able to run any practicals or provide 'hands-on' activities such as card sorts, group work, drama etc. and worried that it's been very much 'teacher led' for a long time now and so in need of some inspiration for next week! I am planning on teaching about background radiation for my next lesson so any ideas would be greatly appreciated, as well as any particular misconceptions that pupils commonly have in this area.
     

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