What Makes Water Special? (cont.)
Session 2: Examining Liquid 2
- Have students repeat the preceding exploration using Liquid 2 (oil) and record their results in the second column on their worksheets.
- Afterwards, have the students answer the comparison questions at the bottom of the student page. Discuss student observations as a class. Ask, Did the two liquids behave in the same way? OR ask, Which liquid made round drops? How were the drops of each liquid alike? How were they different?
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- Moreno, N., Tharp, B., and Dresden, J. (2011) The Science of Water Teacher’s Guide. Baylor College of Medicine: Houston.
- Photo © Martin Waugh. Used with permission.
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