Monthly Archives: March 2014

Our first experiment! Gathering evidence from observation

Observing is an important skill in science. It helps you to be scientific. Good observers use all their senses, not just their eyes. In our first experiment we observed changes in solids, liquids and different specimens. Take a look at … Continue reading

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Changing Minds

In class we read about 6 important people who changed the mind of thousands! They worked on different fields. Christopher Wren (architect) Robert Hooke (scientist, doctor)  Thomas Savery (inventor) Isaak Newton (inventor, physician)  Galileo Galilei (astronomer, mathematician, physician, inventor) Here … Continue reading

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All about you!

There’s a place for you to take part in one of these three challenges. Which one would you choose? Write an email introducing yourselves and saying which challenge you would you like to take part in and why! a) Be … Continue reading

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Tutorial #1 – Simple Present vs Present Continuous

Here’s a link to a really clear explanation on the use of the first two tenses we’ve  checked in class. You’ll also find info on the use of state verbs there and online exercises and tests. Give them a shot! … Continue reading

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WELCOME! Let´s do science!

Science plays an important role in our lives. It helps us to explore, investigate and understand how things work, and to develop new materials and products to make our lives easier and more pleasant. Life would be very different without … Continue reading

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