Log in using username and password given in class. Contact teacher if needed.
*Audio available with this online textbook - Click on image of Speaker at top of page!
Use worksheet while reading the Chapter or as check for understanding after you have completed your notes.
Source: Prentice Hall: Physical Science - Concepts in Action
Watch video and take notes in your Science Notebook. Be sure to include examples of different types of solutions in your notes.
More on how formation of solutions occur. Includes information about factors that affect rate of dissolving (about 1/2 way into video clip).
Source: Prentice Hall Physical Science - Concepts in Action
Complete student activity.
• Compare the behavior of sugar and salt in water
• Identify sugar and salt as either an electrolyte or a nonelectrolyte
• Draw a particulate representation of salt in water and sugar in water
• Propose an explanation for why a light bulb glows or does not glow
• Extend the definition of electrolytes versus nonelectrolytes to other substances and qualitatively relate bond type to this observation
Source: Copyright © 2012 Laying the Foundation®, Inc., Dallas, Texas. All rights reserved. Visit us online at www.ltftraining.org.