By investigating common conditions that increase the amount of substance that will dissolve or the speed of dissolving, I can relate my findings to the world around me.
· Finds an association between the quantity of substance that dissolves and a range of conditions – temperature, time, particle size, stirring and quantity of solvent.
· Investigates how a range of factors such as particle size and heat can affect the rate of dissolving.
· Relates learning about the quantity and rate of dissolving to everyday examples such as dissolving sugar in tea or salt in water (granules or big crystals, hot or cold liquid, stirred or not stirred).
How To Video
How to explain what happens when a substance dissolves
What's the difference between a mixture and a solution?
Angus Council Repacked Outcomes Medium Term Plan
Larbert Cluster Substances & Uses Resource Pack
Highland Council Topic Plan and Resources
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BP Resources: Recovering Dissolved Solids Online Experiment
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