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P1 part 1 P1 Lesson 3&4 Conduction and Convection P1 Lesson 6&7 Factors that affect heat transfer
Year 9

Learning outcomes and Specification referenceEdit

P1.1.3 Energy transfer by heating P1 Lesson 5 Evaporation and Condensation
a The transfer of energy by evaporation and condensation involves particles, and how this transfer takes place. Explain evaporation and the cooling effect this causes using the kinetic theory
b The factors that affect the rate of evaporation and condensation.

Full Specification TextEdit

a) The transfer of energy by conduction, convection, evaporation and condensation involves particles, and how this transfer takes place.
b) The factors that affect the rate of evaporation and condensation

Starter ActivitiesEdit

  • video of paint drying
  • [video evaporation]- language a bit challenging but very well visualised.
  • Put a small amount of nail varnish remover on to the back of students hands as they enter the room. They will feel it getting colder.

Activities to introduce new ideasEdit

  • Use the online kinetic model, turn up the gravity and turn down the heat until you get a liquid. Observe the evaporation and the graph showing the distribution of energy.http://www.falstad.com/gas/

Activities to practice applying new knowledgeEdit

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Practical activitiesEdit

DemonstrationsEdit

Class practicalsEdit

  • Put some nail varnish remover (proponone) or ethanol on students skin to allow them to feel the cooling effect of evaporation

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References to lessons and resources in commercial schemesEdit

Nelson ThornesEdit

OUPEdit

Harper CollinsEdit

Longman/PearsonEdit

HodderEdit

Water cycle

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