pressure. while explaining objectives,
procedure and assessment of the whole
unit, then gives the worksheets to the
2. Activity 1: The T prints the document
“Sentences for act I”, cuts the sentences
and give one sentence to each pair of
3. The T corrects Activity 1 by doing
Activity 2 all together.
4. The T gives one copy of the self-
evaluation greed to each student.
on their exercise book and take
notes of the meaning, recalling
previously learned concepts.
2. In pairs accurately read the
sentences and discuss whether the
sentence has a scientific meaning
relying on their experience.
3. SS Complete the chart the
4. The SS complete it.
1. The T write on the blackboard
“PRESSURE ON LIQUIDS” and prepare
2. The T shows the pp pressure on liquids.
(part of Archimedes)
3. The teacher asks the students to do
Activities 3 and 4 and correct them all
1. A student introduces an orange in a
bowl and observes what happens with
2. After the experiment, ss fill in the
gap worksheet ( activities 3 and 4)
1. The T shows the Ppt “Pressure on liquids”
(part of buoyancy)
2. Prepare the necessary things to make
experiences with buoyancy (bring to class
some objects that float and some objects
1. SS watch at the ppt, write the words
on their exercise book and take notes of
the meaning, recalling previously
2. Students observe, explain and
predict the behavior of the objects.
1. The T shows the pp atmospheric pressure.
Asks the students to do “activity 5” (in pairs)
2. Correct “activity 5” all together
1. SS watch at the ppt, then do activity 5
1. The T explains the students the
experiments and that they will have to
take down some notes about what they
2. bottle experiment.
3. egg experiment.
1. The students realize the experiments,
observe, describe, explain what happens.
2. Students do Activities 6 e 7