This series of lessons is an investigation into the history of science and technology connected with Scotland.
We will learn how scientists from Scotland and beyond have contributed to innovative research and development.
Scientists, engineers and inventors connected with Scotland include
John Logie Baird, Alexander Graham Bell, Joseph Black, David Brewster, James Clerk Maxwell, James Dewar, Ian Donald, Alexander Fleming, Maria Gordon, John Hunter, James Hutton, Lord Kelvin, Joseph Lister, John Muir, John Napier, William Ramsay, James Young Simpson, Thomas Telford, Robert Watson Watt, James Watt, James Young
Pupils will work in pairs to investigate a scientist or inventor or engineer connected with Scotland.
Your task is to produce a presentation on the life and work of this person.
The presentation is the responsibility of both people.
Skills used in this investigation
- Information literacy:
research skills, keywords, scanning, making notes.
- Thinking Skills:
- ICT: advanced search skills, creating a presentation, using the dropbox.
Curriculum for Excellence Experiences and Outcomes
I have collaborated with others to find and present information on how scientists from Scotland and beyond have contributed to innovative research and development.