This digital pack contains a teacher's guide, lesson plan, presentation, instruction sheets, exercise sheets and equipment list. You will need a precision screwdriver, steel rule 30cm, scalpel, cutting mat, small g-clamp, vernier caliper (if available), junior hacksaw, computer, peripheral webcam, A3 card 120gsm.
This lesson could be tied into the study of:
Physics (electronics and circuitry, lenses and optics, light and refraction), Biology (cells and structures).
All of our lessons are designed to be flexible for all ages, so duration and difficulty level can be adjusted to suit your class.
Understand that objects are made up of a sum of components.
Identify these different components, learn what they do and where else they are used.
At the end of the session, we’ll have turned a webcam into a digital microscope that you can actually use!
Pupils to identify different components and recognise them in different products and devices.
Pupils to learn how to use common tools correctly and safely.
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