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Conduction Lesson overview
This lesson has a choice of 2 x practical’s to demonstrate conduction, you can use both or if you do not have conduction bars then practical 2 is the one to use.
Discuss the difference – solids, liquids, gasses
Insulators and conductors can you name 5
Solids, liquids and gasses can you accurately describe the particle models
Is this a good idea – why not?
The vibrating atom – hotter and hotter
The hot and cold spoon
Description of conduction – atoms in a bar
Practical 1 – Conduction bars
Practical 2 – the falling pins
What do the results tell us?
Energy spellings – for later
Convection Lesson overview
Conduction and Convection
Hot air balloon why will it rise
Air particles heating
What is happening?
Which box is less dense and why
Rise up and move – then cool
Demo – if you have a convection tube
Now how will the balloon rise and fall
They drive the world x 3
Convection in the home
Radiation Lesson overview
Conduction – Convection similarities and differences
Can you get sunburnt in space?
Would put your hand in here
Would you like to do this?
Why are planets hotter and colder?
What have they in common?
2 x practical’s
Which colour would like
This lesson has a choice of 2 x practicals to demonstrate Radiation.
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