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					        Our Physical World Part 2


  •   Heat or Temperature
  By the end of lesson 1, pupils should be able to:


  1.1   Explain the difference between heat and
        temperature.
  1.2   Follow instructions carefully.
  1.3   Record results in a table.
  1.4   Draw a labeled diagram of an experiment.




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  2. Heat on the Move
  By the end of lesson 2, pupils should be able to:


  2.1   Understand what we mean by “conduction”.
  2.2   State which direction that conducted heat
        travels.
  2.3   Explain conduction in terms of the particles in a
        substance.




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  3. Do all Metals Conduct Equally Well?
  By the end of lesson 3, pupils should be able to:


  3.1   Plan a fair experiment.
  3.2   Describe an experiment to find out if all metals
        conduct equally well.
  3.3   State whether all metals conduct equally well or
        not.




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  4. Does thickness of the Rod Make a Difference?
  By the end of lesson 4, pupils should be able to:


  4.1   Plan a fair experiment.
  4.2   Describe an experiment to find out if the
        thickness of a material affects how quickly it
        conducts heat.
  4.3   State whether thickness affects how quickly heat is
        conducted or not.




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  5. Conductors and Insulators
  By the end of lesson 5, pupils should be able to:


  5.1   Explain what an insulator is.
  5.2   Describe an experiment to show whether water is a
        conductor or an insulator.
  5.3   Describe an experiment to show whether air is a
        conductor or an insulator.
  5.4   State whether water and air are conductors or
        insulators.


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  6. Uses of Conductors and Insulators
  By the end of lesson 6, pupils should be able to:


  6.1   List several everyday objects that are conductors
        and explain why the object is made of a conducting
        material.
  6.2   List several everyday objects that are insulators
        and explain why the object is made of an insulating
        material.



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  7. Convection 1
  By the end of lesson 7, pupils should be able to:


  7.1   Explain what a convection current is.
  7.2   Describe an experiment used to show a convection
        current.
  7.3   Explain how a convection current could be used to
        ventilate a mine.




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 8. Convection 2

 By the end of lesson 8 pupils should be able to:


 8.1   Use previous knowledge to predict what will happen in
       an experiment.

 8.2   Use convection to explain the movement of heat
       energy.




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 9. Why Does Convection Happen?
 By the end of lesson 9 pupils should be able to:


 9.1   State what the mass of 1 cm3 of a substance tells us
       about the substances density.
 9.2   State what happens to substances of different
       densities when they are placed in water.
 9.3   Explain why hot water rises through cold water when
       it is heated.



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  10. Convection at Work.
  By the end of lesson 10 pupils should be able to:


  10.1   State what a sea breeze and a land breeze is.
  10.2   Explain why a sea breeze and a land breeze happens.
  10.3   Explain why objects hanging over a source of heat
         can move.




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  11. Radiation
  By the end of lesson 11 pupils should be able to:


  11.1   Explain which form of heat transfer is responsible
         for different objects heating up.
  11.2   Explain what is required before heat can travel by
         conduction or convection.
  11.3   State which colour is best for radiating heat.
  11.4   Describe an experiment which shows which colour is
         best for radiating heat.



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  12. Absorption of Radiation.
  By the end of lesson 12 pupils should be able to:


  12.1   explain what is meant by the words absorb and
         absorption.
  12.2   State which colour of object is the best for
         absorbing heat.
  12.3   Describe an experiment to show which colour of
         object is the best for absorbing heat.
  12.4   State what happens to the heat with objects that
         do not absorb it.


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  13. Preventing Heat Transfer.
  By the end of lesson 13 pupils should be able to:


  13.1   Explain the various ways that heat is prevented
         from escaping from a vacuum flask
  13.2   State that a vacuum flask can be used to keep the
         substance inside hot or cold.
  13.3   Explain whether a lid is needed or not when
         keeping a substance cold in a vacuum flask.
  13.4   Explain how a hot water tank is used to store hot
         water.


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  14. Preventing Heat Loss at Home
  By the end of lesson 14 pupils should be able to:


  14.1   State some of the ways that heat energy can be
         lost from the home.
  14.2   Describe an experiment that shows whether
         double-glazing prevents heat loss from houses.
  14.3   State whether double-glazing does, in fact, reduce
         heat loss from the home.




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