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We all heard about the infamous smog but did you ever wonder what it is actually made of? Is it an opaque gas? A solid? Or maybe a liquid? In the experiment, we will investigate the matter by trapping some of the smog in a glass jar.

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Find out, what forms may ice have and check, how melting ice influences the sea level!

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This lesson focuses on concepts related to the density of materials and specifically on how the density of solid objects can be calculated. Students try to solve a heist by figuring out a way to distinguish a gold bar from the ‘non’ gold bar.

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This activity aims to develop students’ understanding of concepts related to sinking and floating and specifically, it prompts them to examine which factors affect the behavior of objects in water.

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This inclusive environmental ILS was designed implementing the scientific impact approach. Prompted by the existence of too many swimming pools in the Mediterranean countries, students are asked whether the water in a pool can get lost.

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The ILS is based on a topic covered at Form 2 (Grade 10) Kenyan curriculum. It gives a good chance for the learner to investigate and understand Reflection as one of the properties of Sound waves.

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This ILS is an introduction to how a capacitor works for A-level students.

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This ILS is an introduction to particle physics for high school students. It contains some informations about the basic species of matter particles and how they form the ordinary matter. There is also a reference in the underlying conservation laws governing particle reactions.

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In this lesson, the factors that affect the resistance of a wire are investigated

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This space shows that the rate of diffusion of gases under the same temperature and pressure is different