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ICT-based information texts suggestions please - KS1 Science Forces and Motion

Discussion in 'Primary' started by PRIEST69, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. I'm looking to cover the following in a KS1 lesson

    READING, Non fiction and non literary texts
    ? 7a Statutory: the range should include print and ICT-based information texts, including those with continuous text and illustrations
    ? 2a Pupils should be taught to use the organisational features of non-fiction texts, including captions, illustrations, contents, index and chapters to find information. ICT Note: organisational features in CD-ROMs and web pages include icons, hot-links and menus.

    Sc4 Physical processes, 2 Forces and motion
    2a) to find out about, and describe the movement of, familiar things [for example, cars going faster, slowing down, changing direction]
    2b) that both pushes and pulls are examples of forces
    2c) to recognise that when things speed up, slow down or change direction, there is a cause [for example, a push or a pull].

    Can anyone suggest am appropriate online and free resource?

    Thank you
     
  2. I'm looking to cover the following in a KS1 lesson

    READING, Non fiction and non literary texts
    ? 7a Statutory: the range should include print and ICT-based information texts, including those with continuous text and illustrations
    ? 2a Pupils should be taught to use the organisational features of non-fiction texts, including captions, illustrations, contents, index and chapters to find information. ICT Note: organisational features in CD-ROMs and web pages include icons, hot-links and menus.

    Sc4 Physical processes, 2 Forces and motion
    2a) to find out about, and describe the movement of, familiar things [for example, cars going faster, slowing down, changing direction]
    2b) that both pushes and pulls are examples of forces
    2c) to recognise that when things speed up, slow down or change direction, there is a cause [for example, a push or a pull].

    Can anyone suggest am appropriate online and free resource?

    Thank you
     

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