Primary (All grades)
At Laurus, we pride ourselves on making Science fun and accessible for all age groups. These classes give students a chance to master many different techniques and concepts across the different scientific disciplines, so that they can see the world through new eyes.
|Number of Students||Maximum: 10 students|
|Lesson time||90 minutes|
|Materials||Science Equipment, Print-outs|
|Things to bring||Stationary, indoor shoes, and water bottle|
|Lesson contents||Experiments and observing physical phenomena|
|Rental Device Fee||¥550/month|
|Every Wednesday 16:00-17:30 / Primary|
What is Science After School?
In our Science classes, students will do experiments in Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Students will test materials, take measurements and set up apparatus. For example, in Biology, we will be using microscopes and dissecting internal organs of small animals. In Chemistry, we will create batteries and examine the properties of different metals. In Physics, we will cover thermal dynamics, magnetism and energy.
With greater understanding of scientific principles based on various fun experiments, students will be able to solve problems and innovate new solutions.
|Dissect a seed||Test starch||Make batteries|
Dissect a seed to
investigate its structure.
Test starch together
with various substances.
Try to make your own batteries!
Can you make the light bulb flash?
|How to work on the projects|
We will cover a range of topics but each lesson will be broken down into:
(1) Asking a question: set your research question through observing an object or event
(2) Making a hypothesis: form possible explanations to answer your question
(3) Conducting an experiment: predict the results, test your hypothesis and collect data
(4) Analyzing the data: reflect on the results
(5) Showing your results: show and explain your findings
|Review / Introduction||Review the previous class and check homework|
|Discussion||Students talk about what they already know on the day’s subject|
|Experiment||Students set up an investigation and make observations|
|Presentation||Students talk about their results and whether they were surprised by their results|