miércoles, 26 de abril de 2017

How much do you know about CHEMISTRY?


If you click HERE, you can go to the SCIENCE DAILY site.

A- Watch the video and answer.

  1. Where are the mother and the son?
  2. What did the woman in the blue sweater open? What did she take?
  3. What was the problem with the container?
  4. Where are the scientists?
  5. What laboratory instrumenst can you see?
  6. What did the add the icecream?
  7. Does the protein produce more crystals or does it stop the number of crystals present in the icecream?
  8. Do Americans eat a lot of icecream? How much?
B- Choose the right option:

1-  "edible" means:
a- that you cannot eat it
b- that you can eat it
c- that is is poisonous and produces mortal effects.

2- "tasteless" means:
a- that it is delicious
b- that it is horrible
c- that it hasn't got any taste or flavour

3- Is "inside is the opposite of outside"?
a- yes
b- no
c- this question makes no sense.

4- the suffix LESS means:
a- without
b- with 
c- a little

3- The science of ice.
Read this paragrapgh. Can you re-write it using your own words?

How much do you know about ELECTRONICS?

  • Answer these questions

  1. What are the two places on a battery to which circuit wires can be attached called?
  2. What is the path electricity takes called?
  3. Materials through which electricity can pass are called ___________ conductors
  4. Materials that do not allow electricity to pass through them are called electrical ____________
  5. True of False? Electricity is a flow of negative charge
  6. What do you use to measure a current in a circuit?
  7. What components do you need to make a simple series circuit to light one bulb?
  8. Which is the odd one out and why? Steel-glass-iron-tin
  9. Why are plug sockets covers made of plastic?
  10. True of False? The lead of a pencil (graphite) can conduct electricity.
  11. If you put a second battery in a simple circuit, how will it affect the brightness of the bulb?
  12. What is happening when a switch is off?
  • Check the answers HERE


  • Make groups of 4 or 5 students.
  • Go to BLOGGER and create your own blogs.
  • Send me the URL.
  • Close your computers when the blog is ready!

stella ;-)

miércoles, 19 de abril de 2017