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Thursday, December 08, 2011

Investigating Technology

The History Of Agriculture

History of Transportation

Aviation history

History of Water Transportation

History of Communication
This video as a project comprehensively covers beginning and intermediate communication, as well as introduction to a range of advanced topics, such as remediation, identity, social media, self-representation, gaze, backstage, front stage and etc

Investigating Technology

Investigating the earth and the Universe

Solar system and the comparison of size

A song of nine planets

Solar system and the comparison of size

Investigating the earth and the Universe

Properties of materials

Properties of materials

Properties of materials

Investigating materials



Area & Volume

Investigating force and energy


Protection of plants

General characteristics of animals

Protection of animals from danger

Life processes of plants

Animals life processes

Behaviour that can disturb life processes

Life processes of human

basic needs of plants

Animals basic needs

Humans basic needs

Tuesday, December 06, 2011


1.  Electricity is the flow of electrical power or charge.

2.  Electricity travels at the speed of light more than 186,000 miles per second.

3.  The electricity we use in our homes comes from a primary source like oil, 

     nuclear power, coal, natural gas, the sun, or other natural sources. 

4.  Water and wind  are other sources of energy, called mechanical energy.

5.  We use electricity every day for heat, light and power. 

6.  Before we began generating electricity, over 100 years ago, fireplaces and 
     pot-belly stoves kept homes warm, kerosene lamps and candles lit homes and  
     food was kept cool in iceboxes or underground storage cellars.

7.  Benjamin Franklin was the first person to help people understand the principles

     of electricity and Thomas Edison changed the world with his invention of the

     electric light bulb.

8.  The first power plant owned by Thomas Edison opened in New York City in 1882

All living things need food to give them the energy to grow and move.

What is a food chain?

A food chain shows how each living thing gets its food. It shows who is eating who. The arrow means "is eaten by" .
Grass ----> Grasshopper ----> Toad ----> Snake ----> Eagle

Grass is eaten by Grasshopper is eaten by Toad is eaten by Snake is eaten by Eagle
Answering questions about food chains
You may be asked to link a plant, which is a producer, to an animal, which feeds on it and is known as a consumer and then to another animal, also a consumer, which feeds on the first animal.
Always use an arrow which points from the producer to the consumer
eg: nettle -----> caterpillar -----> bird

                                                                    Food chain

Theme 5: Investigating Technology

Unit 7: Machine

Theme 4: Investigating the Earth and the Universe


Waste materials( click for better view)

Theme 3: Investigating Materials

Food preservations

Theme 1: Investigating Living Things

Theme 2: Investigating Force and Energy