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Year 7 Science ‘FORCES’ task

For this assignment, you will be required to record yourself completing an activity that you enjoy doing and describe all the
forces that are involved. I would like this to be a sporting activity, however if you want to do another activity, this can be
negotiated with me (Mr. Nield)

Step 1) Use a school IPAD to capture yourself performing your chosen activity. This will work best in pairs or small groups. You
can use a video (slow motion) or a minimum of three pictures in different stages of the activity.

Step 2) You will then need to download the video or pictures onto your school laptop.

Step 3) Once you downloaded what you need, you will need to create your presentation. This can be either on a PowerPoint,
word document or a video presentation

Step 4) Add in ALL of the forces that are involved in that stage of the activity. Use arrows or talking to show these forces
*Remember that you cannot see every force, but YOU know that it is there

Step 5) You will also need to include a short description of what each force is doing in your activity. Just writing ‘Gravity’ is not
enough, you could write something like ‘Gravity is keeping the ball on the ground, stopping it from going to outer space’ – The
more detail, the better your mark!

Year 7 Science ‘FORCES’ task


For this assignment, you will be required to record yourself completing an activity that you enjoy doing and describe all the
forces that are involved. I would like this to be a sporting activity, however if you want to do another activity, this can be
negotiated with me (Mr. Nield)

Step 1) Use a school IPAD to capture yourself performing your chosen activity. This will work best in pairs or small groups. You
can use a video (slow motion) or a minimum of three pictures in different stages of the activity.

Step 2) You will then need to download the video or pictures onto your school laptop.

Step 3) Once you downloaded what you need, you will need to create your presentation. This can be either on a PowerPoint,
word document or a video presentation

Step 4) Add in ALL of the forces that are involved in that stage of the activity. Use arrows or talking to show these forces
*Remember that you cannot see every force, but YOU know that it is there

Step 5) You will also need to include a short description of what each force is doing in your activity. Just writing ‘Gravity’ is not
enough, you could write something like ‘Gravity is keeping the ball on the ground, stopping it from going to outer space’ – The
more detail, the better your mark!

Year 7 Science ‘FORCES’ task


For this assignment, you will be required to record yourself completing an activity that you enjoy doing and describe all the
forces that are involved. I would like this to be a sporting activity, however if you want to do another activity, this can be
negotiated with me (Mr. Nield)

Step 1) Use a school IPAD to capture yourself performing your chosen activity. This will work best in pairs or small groups. You
can use a video (slow motion) or a minimum of three pictures in different stages of the activity.

Step 2) You will then need to download the video or pictures onto your school laptop.

Step 3) Once you downloaded what you need, you will need to create your presentation. This can be either on a PowerPoint,
word document or a video presentation

Step 4) Add in ALL of the forces that are involved in that stage of the activity. Use arrows or talking to show these forces
*Remember that you cannot see every force, but YOU know that it is there

Step 5) You will also need to include a short description of what each force is doing in your activity. Just writing ‘Gravity’ is not
enough, you could write something like ‘Gravity is keeping the ball on the ground, stopping it from going to outer space’ – The
more detail, the better your mark!
Assessment:
A: Your child is B: Your child is C: Your child is D: Your child is E: Your child is
demonstrating excellent demonstrating good demonstrating demonstrating partial demonstrating minimal
Criteria achievement of what is achievement of what is satisfactory achievement achievement of what is achievement of what is
expected at this year level expected at this year level of what is expected at expected at this year level expected at this year level
this year level
Science Understanding
They are able to They are able to They are able to describe They are able to state They are unable to state
accurately describe and accurately describe the the effect of most of the what forces are acting what forces are acting
predict the effects of all effects of most of the forces acting upon their upon their chosen upon their chosen
Physical Sciences forces, acting upon their forces acting upon their chosen activities current activities current state of activities current state of
chosen activities current chosen activities current state of motion motion motion
state of motion state of motion
The presentation includes The presentation includes The presentation includes The presentation includes The presentation does not
ideas, methods and ideas, methods and ideas, methods and ideas, methods and include ideas, methods
findings using scientific findings using some findings, using minimal findings, however minimal and findings. No scientific
language and appropriate scientific language and scientific language and scientific language is used language is used and the
Presentation representations such as appropriate several appropriate and the use of appropriate use of appropriate
diagrams, titles and representations such as representations such as representations such as representations such as
pictures and is extremely diagrams, titles and diagrams, titles and diagrams, titles and diagrams, titles and
well presented pictures and is well pictures, however, pictures, needs attention. pictures, needs immediate
presented attention to detail needs attention.
improving
The presentation contains The presentation contains The presentation contains The presentation contains The presentation contains
accurate punctuation, accurate punctuation, accurate punctuation, punctuation, spelling and poor punctuation, spelling
Grammar spelling and grammar with spelling and grammar with spelling and grammar with grammar with many and grammar with many
no mistakes few mistakes several mistakes mistakes mistakes

Due Date: 15/05/2020