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Lesson Plan

Day: M T W T F Date: 15/08/17 Period: 2 Year: 7

Learning Area: Science Topic: Effect of Temperature on Solubility


Curriculum content description: (SCSA)
Mixtures, including solutions, contain a combination of pure substances that can be
separated using a range of techniques (ACSSU113)
Students prior knowledge and experience:
Pure substances contain one type of substance
Mixtures contain more than one type of substance, physically mixed together.
Solutions are mixtures where one substance is dissolved in the other; clear.
Solutes can be dissolve in solvents. If dissolved, they are called soluble, if not, insoluble.
Learning purpose:
Students understand that there are factors responsible for why solutes dissolve more
easily in a solvent; more solute can dissolve in hot water than cold.
Learning objectives: Evaluation:

- Identify temperature as a factor that - Activity: Participation and


affects solubility. leadership
- Hot water dissolves more copper - Engagement in lesson and
sulphate. answering questions
- Attempting discussion questions.
- Ticket-out question

Preparation and Resources:


A6 piece of paper for review quiz
Powerpoint, projector, speakers
Experimental setup sheet + results table
Activity:
16 x 500mL beakers
16 x large test tubes + rubber stoppers
2 x Kettles
Ice
Copper sulphate
Safety glasses
8 x plastic cups
8 x spatula

Catering for diversity:


Mix of visual, verbal and written use of language.
Mix of group and individual activities
Extension questions after experiment
Structured activity procedure and results table
Support provided to students during activity
Timing: Learning Experiences:
Write up lesson objectives and Success Criteria on the board

1. Introduction:
(Open PowerPoint)
9:55- 10:05
Quick review of previous lesson.

Students answer 5 questions on A6 piece of paper and then exchange it with


a partner to mark it.
Question 5 encourages students to think about new concept taught in this
lesson.

2. Sequence of learning experiences:

Concentration: 2 slides demonstrating that the amount of solute in the


10:05-10:15 solution determines whether it is concentrated or dilute.

Saturated: When no more solute can be dissolved in a solution, it is said to be


saturated.

Activity: Testing the Effect of Temperature on Solubility


Students get out the experiment setup and results sheets.

10:15-10:35 Quick recap of the experimental procedure and safety instructions.

Students collect materials from two stations. Safety glasses are collected from
the back of the room.

Students begin testing. (teacher walks around assisting, questioning, and


helping with hot water)

Pack Up: Bell to get students attention.


10:35-10:45
Meantime, other groups work on Things to consider...
Or Word Sleuth, page 51 in activity books

3. Lesson conclusion:
Did temperature have an effect on solubility?
10:45-10:50 What is a saturated solution?

For the next lesson, I would like you to look up another factor that influences
solubility.

Ticket-out: How can we increase the solubility of milo in milk/water?