Density of Liquids

Density of Liquids

A teaching resource provided by Ellis Broomhall.

Resource Description

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Particle model of matter.

This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:

*Identify the key steps to find the density of a liquid.

*Describe how the amount of solute dissolved into a solvent affects the density of a liquid.

*Explain, using practical results, the density of a range of different liquids.

*Apply your understanding of density and the particle model to explain the particle arrangement of a more dense solution.

*Link your knowledge of the density of liquids and forces to find an estimate of the average density of the human body.

This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.

Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.


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AQA 8463

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