Term 2 Topic 2 Methods of physical separation IntroductionGroups the learners and give them different mixtures to separate [e.g. dry substances; mixtures with water; magnetic and non-magnetic substances; etc.].Let each group report back on the method that they used to separate.Teacher Input 3Let the groups brain storm to make a list of the different methods they / their mothers use to separate substances when cooking.Allow the learners to report back.Inform the learners that they will watch a PowerPoint presentation of different ways to separate substances.Remind them to be attentive, because there are many facts and new terminology words in the slide show and presentation that will follow after their discussion.Show Video Link 2: Slide Show: Ways of separating mixtures. [There are 57 slides. Only select the slides that are applicable for your learners].Present an overview of the different physical methods of separation by using Presentation 2: Methods of physical separation.Learner Activity 3Groups brain storm and report back.Complete Worksheet B: Separating mixtures.Teacher to use Worksheet B: Memorandum to mark the learners’ work.Teacher Input 4Give each group a container with iron filings, paper clips, needles, rubbers, pencils or any other objects].Distribute one magnet to every group.Instruct them to write down their hypothesis before determining which items are attracted to the magnet. They must report back.Select one of the following video clips about separation:Video Clip 3: Separation: Iron & Sand Mixture. [1:30]Video Clip 4: Separating a mixture [sand, salt and iron]. [2:28]Video Clip 5: Elements of Chemistry: Separating Mixtures. [6:25]Learner Activity 4The learners first write down their hypothesis before they test and jot down which objects are attracted to the magnet.They report on their findings.They watch video clip 3/ 4/ 5.Complete Worksheet C: Separation process.Teacher to use Worksheet C: Memorandum to mark the learners’ work.Revision Activity 1: Quiz 1Learners complete QUIZ 1: Chromatography.After they had completed the quiz you can tell them to watch the following video which demonstrates the practical task they had just completed:Show Video Link 6: CHROMATOGRAPHY Easy Kids Science Experiments [3:34 min.].Teacher to use QUIZ 1: Memorandum to mark the learners’ work. By Administrator|2018-02-16T16:33:21+02:00February 16th, 2018|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! facebooktwitterlinkedinredditwhatsapptumblrpinterestvkEmail About the Author: Administrator Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.