Science iMovie

Science iMovie

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  • Scene One: The title
  • Scene Two: Reversible changes
  • Scene Three: Melting: Molecular level
  • Animated text: Zoom into title, student names and class Icy Pole image in the background Introduction music
  • Scene Four: Freezing
  • Image: One frozen icy pole, add heat, melted icy pole Voice over: 'When a substance, like an icy pole, has heat added to it, it turns from a solid into a liquid."
  • Scene Five: Freezing: Molecular level
  • Image: Zoom into icy poles and out to marbles, marbles will move from solid (stuck together) to melted (moving around a little more freely). Voice Over: The marbles represent the tiny molecules within the substance. When heat is added to the solid, the molecules move around a little more freely, which gives us the liquid state."
  • Scene Six: Analysis
  • Text and audio: Should we throw away these icy poles now they are melted? NO! Why waste them when we can reverse the melting process. HOW? By adding cool. Image: Icy pole, adding cool (image of freezer) with before or after images Voice Over: When a substance has coolness added to it, it changes from a liquid state to a solid.
  • Image: Zoom into frozen icy pole and out to marbles. Marbles will move freely, and when the cold is added, will begin to bunch together. Voice over: "When cool air is added to the liquid, the molecules begin to band together, which gives us the solid, frozen state."
  • Temperature is the main variable that influences the icy poles changes of state. Using this knowledge, we can plan a time to hand out icy poles to ensure they do not melt prior to consumption.
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