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Scientific Method and Science Project. Physics & Chemistry (3º ESO) - Ejercicios de Física y Química. Physics and Chemistry 4º E.S.O. - Entre matraces y pipetas. Macmillan Dictionary | Free English Dictionary and Thesaurus Online. Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE: STATES OF MATTER. - Distinguir entre las propiedades de sólidos, líquidos y gases. - Saber cómo están unidas las partículas según la Teoría Cinética de las Partículas. - Identificar los distintos cambios de estado y relacionarlos con fenómenos naturales y cotidianos.

SESIÓN 1: Reconocimiento de sólidos, líquidos y gases de acuerdo con sus propiedades. Se empieza con una lluvia de ideas motivada por una serie de materiales (bloque de madera, arena, zumo de naranja, agua, aire). Alumnos deben deducir sus propiedades (si tienen forma y volumen fijos o no, si se pueden comprimir o no...) que recogen en una tabla. A continuación, se reparten por parejas unas fichas donde un estudiante dice una propiedad y el otro debe decir de qué estado se trata. Otra tabla. SESIÓN 2: No siempre es fácil clasificar materiales.

Se muestra a los alumnos un esquema con diferentes preguntas que al ir contestando les permite llegar a la conclusión de a qué estado pertenece un determinado material. Borrar… los cambios de estado. y los gases. Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE: STATES OF THE MATTER. This is a clil unit for chemistry 2nd ESO. Author: Pilar García Tellaeche STATES OF THE MATTER (Chemistry 2nd ESO) To learn the three different states of the matter and their differences at the microscopical point of view. To interpret a heating curve and its different stages. Matter is made of particles. Characteristics of solids, liquids and gases. The particles in solids, liquids and gases: the kinetic model of the matter. Physical transformations of a substance: characteristics. Specific vocabulary: Solid, liquid, gas, add/remove energy, kinetic energy, melting, boiling, melting point, boiling point, vibration, motion, particles, temperature, bond, heating curve, to heat, graph General vocabulary: to increase, to rise, fast, slow,break dow, to sketch, to describe, to compare, to explain, to interpret, to label Use of compartives/superlatives: The faster the movement of particles , the higher the temperature.

As more energy is provided, the particles in a liquid move faster _ Brainstorming, 1. 2. Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE: CLIL UNIT: CHEMICAL BONDING. Title: Atomic structure and chemical bonding Subject: Physics and Chemistry Course / Level 4º ESO Timing: 10 sessions The understanding of physical properties of specific compounds is the foundation for development of new materials by scientists and engineers.

In this Unit we will learn... To use the Periodic Table to work out the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of the atom. At the end of the unit (final task) the students should be able to identify unknown substances (their structures / type of bonding) in the lab by performing different tests. You will find the template with the learning outcomes, subject and language contents, activities, methodology, resources and evaluation instruments of this Didactic Unit here: Activity 1: Periodic Table of the Elements Webquest How? Activity 2: Chemical bonding Webquest / Worksheet and Quiz How? Activity 3: Recap: Summary table How?

Activity 4: Working out the type of structure How? Activity 5: Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic Bonding Lab How? Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE: CLIL UNIT: Chemical reactions for 3rd ESO. Subject: Physics and Chemistry Teacher: María Pilar Maldonado Manso Title of the Unit: CHEMICAL CHANGES Course / Level: 3rd ESO Learning outcomes: - To classify chemical reactions according to their energy transference. - To recognise different types of chemical reactions: synthesis, decomposition, substitution, neutralisation, combustion. - To value the use and the importance of chemistry in our society. - To understand the backwashes of chemistry in living beings and the environment. Tasks and resources: 1. El objetivo de esta tarea de recepción es la activación del vocabulario, haciendo una búsqueda de palabras dadas en una sopa de letra para introducir el vocabulario específico necesario para las tareas posteriores. 2. El objetivo de esta tarea de recepción es introducir el vocabulario específico en contexto creando oraciones o breves textos con este. 3.

Materiales de la tarea 3: El texto que hay que leer está en el siguiente enlace: Hay que leer las páginas 1 y 2. 4. 5. 6. Natural Sciences | CLIL Teachers´ Web Guide. Models of the Atom Timeline. How protons, electrons and neutrons were discovered. Cathode ray tube and electron. History of the Atom Theory. Chemistry & Physics: History of the Atom (Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, and Bohr Models) Structure of the Atom by Ron Kurtus - Succeed in Understanding Physics: School for Champions. SfC Home > Physical Science > Physics > Matter > Key words: Structure, atom, physics, solar system, Bohr model, string theory, cloud, element, atomic, molecule, proton, neutron, electron, nucleus, Ron Kurtus, School for Champions. Copyright © Restrictions by Ron Kurtus (revised 21 Janaury 2014) A very basic unit of matter is the atom. Although originally thought of as the smallest form of matter, atoms are really made up of even smaller particles—a nucleus consisting of protons and neutrons and electrons in shells around the nucleus.

The most common way to picture an atom is the solar system model. Questions you may have include: What is the Bohr model of the atom? This lesson will answer those questions. Bohr model The Bohr model or solar system model of the atom is that the atom is like a tiny solar system, with the nucleus in the center and electrons rotating around the nucleus in orbits, similar to how the planets rotate around the Sun. Electrons rotating around the Lithium nucleus Books. Atomic theory: atoms, elements, nucleus. Scientists at the IBM Almaden laboratory in California teamed up with artists to create these striking images.

See the IBM site to learn how these were made. ← "Carbon monoxide man" was made by selectively removing CO molecules from a platinum surface. → The Kanji characters for "atom" consist of iron atoms deposited on a copper surface. Atom imaging is discussed farther on; preview here. Atoms and elements: what's the difference? The parallel concepts of the element and the atom constitute the very foundations of chemical science. Sulfur the element Sulfur the atom An element is an actual physical substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler form capable of an independent existence as observable matter. The atom is the microscopic realization of this concept; that is, it is the actual physical particle that is unique to each chemical element. Atoms are not new! The underlying concept of atoms as the basic building blocks of matter has been around for a long time. image source: Great Indians.

3ESO1trim. Chemistry. Let's CLIL: Science. Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE: Physics. Title: MATTER: PURE SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES Level: 3º ESO FÍSICA Y QUÍMICA L2: English Los objetivos de esta unidad son: --Distinguir entre elemento y compuesto -Clasificar la materia según sea sustancia pura y mezcla -Reconocer las disoluciones como mezclas homogéneas e identificarlas en la vida cotidiana -Distinguir los distintos métodos de separación de mezclas Se intenta acercar al alumno a la lengua L2 con los contenidos de Física y Química en 3º ESO.

Se trabajan las destrezas orales, auditivas así como el reading y el writing Se dispondrá en 6 sesiones Sesión 1 y 2: Ver los video introductorios de la unidad: Leer los textos sobre la unidad: Sesión 3 y 4 Realización de actividades Para afianzar los contenidos y el vocabulario de la unidad Sesión 5: Sesión 6: Plantilla de la unidad: GCSE Science. Ages 14-16 - SchoolScience.co.uk. Chemistry. Learn and research science, chemistry, biology, physics, math, astronomy, electronics, and much more. 101science.com is your scientific resource and internet science PORTAL to more than 20,000 science sites.

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