Lesson 1 - Who is Katherine Johnson?In this lesson, we will learn about Katherine Johnson's main achievements and the story of her life. We will learn how she used maths to get rockets into space and back home safely. We will learn what trajectory is and draw the trajectory for different objects.
Lesson 2 - Who is Alexander Graham Bell?In this lesson, we will learn about why Alexander Graham Bell was inspired to invent the telephone. We will recap what sound is and learn how a telephone works. We will also look at the controversy over the telephone patent!
Lesson 3 - Who is Rachel Carson?In this lesson, we will learn about Rachel Carson's role in inspiring the creation of the US Environmental Agency. We will look at how she used the 'power of the pen' to bring attention to key environmental issues and have a go at using our own pens to write about an important environmental cause!
Lesson 4 - Who is George Washington Carver?In this lesson, we will write an information text all about George Washington Carver. We will learn about how he overcame the struggles in his early life to become a fantastic agricultural scientist. We will learn about his important contributions to agriculture (crop rotation!) which are still being used to improve crop yield globally today.
Lesson 5 - Who is Stephen Hawking?In this lesson, we will learn about why Stephen Hawking is one of the most well known scientists of the 21st Century. We will take on the role of a science presenter, write our own scripts and present a science topic of our choice.
Lesson 6 - Who is Marie Curie?In this lesson, we will learn about Marie Curie's contributions to science. We will learn about her work with radioactive materials, her discovery of radium and polonium and how her work has paved the way for modern cancer treatments. We will draw a Marie Curie comic strip in this lesson.
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