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carbon
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Target Language: Carbon is a chemical element, like hydrogen, oxygen, lead or any of the others in the periodic table. Carbon is a very abundant element. It exists in pure or nearly pure forms – such as diamonds and graphite – but can also combine with other elements to form molecules. These ...



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21 Oct 2016

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Apogee and Perigee of the Moon
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Target Language: Apogee and Perigee of the Moon Apogee and perigee refer to the distance from the Earth to the moon. Apogee is the farthest point from the earth. Perigee is the closest point to the earth and it is in this stage that the moon appears larger. Looking at the moon in the sky without ...



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27 Aug 2016

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Small Intestine
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Target Language: Your small intestine is around five metres long, making it the longest section of your digestive tract. Although it is longer than your large intestine it has a smaller diameter. This is why it's called the small intestine. Chemical digestion After food is churned up in your ...



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23 Jul 2016

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Metalloids
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Target Language: Boron is used in consumer cookware as borosilicate glass, in laundry products as borax and sodium perborate, and in insecticide as boric acid. Silicon is used in computer parts and in alloyed with iron for electrical steel and aluminum for automotive parts. Germanium is used ...



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19 Jun 2016

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Mendeleev
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Target Language: Dmitri Mendeleev Dmitri Mendeleev was born at Tobolsk, Siberia in 1834 and died in 1907. Mendeleev studied science at St. Petersburg and graduated in 1856. In 1863 Mendeleev was appointed to a professorship and in 1866 he succeeded to the Chair in the University. Mendeleev is ...



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15 Jun 2016

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Density
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Target Language: Density is a measurement of how solid something is. Specifically it is the mass per unit volume of a substance. If you have two objects of the exact same size (volume), the more dense object will weigh more than the less dense object. So there are two things contributing to ...



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17 May 2016

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cheetahs
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Target Language: Cheetahs are carnivores, and feed mostly on smaller antelope They can run 70 mph (or 110 kph), which is as fast as cars drive on the highway. The cheetah can reach its top speed in just 3 seconds! The cheetah has “semi non-retractable” claws The pads of most cats’ paws are ...



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06 May 2016

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Limestone Caves
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Target Language: LIMESTONE CAVES Caves form in limestone (calcium carbonate), when water containing dissolved carbon dioxide (carbonic acid) seeps into rock crevices and joints. The carbon dioxide comes from decaying organic matter in soil, and also directly from the atmosphere. This slightly ...



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04 May 2016

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Why does air expand?
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Target Language: Air molecules collide into the balloon with the same energy inside and outside the balloon. When the bottle is heated, the air molecules inside start moving faster. These molecules now collide into the balloon with more energy resulting in increased pressure. The increased pressure ...



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29 Mar 2016

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van Helmonts experiment
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Target Language: Jan Van Helmont was born on December 30th 1664. Jan Van Helmont wanted to prove plants use materials from the soil to perform photosynthesis. So he performed an experiment where he took a pot of soil and a willow seedling and weighed the pot of soil and the willow tree ...



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29 Mar 2016

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[untitled worksheet]
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Target Language: Sound is a mechanical wave that results from the back and forth vibration of the particles of the medium through which the sound wave is moving. However, the speed of sound varies from substance to substance. Sound travels faster in liquids and non-porous solids than it does in ...



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22 Mar 2016

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Ions
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Target Language: Ions are electrically charged particles formed when atoms lose or gain electrons. They have the same electronic structures as noble gases. Metal atoms form positive ions, while non-metal atoms form negative ions. The strong electrostatic forces of attraction between oppositely ...



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13 Mar 2016

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Glass
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Target Language: Although glass is a solid, it’s an amorphous solid. That means it’s rigid but has a molecular structure that’s random like a liquid. It’s this interesting molecular structure that makes glass transparent. Glass is made up of silica, which is basically a high-quality type ...



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11 Mar 2016

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van der Graaf Generator
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Target Language: The Van De Graaff Generator is basically an electrostatic machine that can generate high voltages. A typical Van De Graaff Generator consists of an insulating belt that transports electrical charge to a terminal. The charges that are sent on the belt are generated through a high ...



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11 Mar 2016

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Decomposers
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Target Language: Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also break down the waste of other organisms. Decomposers are very important for any ecosystem. If they weren't in the ecosystem, the plants would not get essential nutrients. Dead matter and waste would pile up....



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07 Mar 2016

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carnivore herbivore omnivore
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Target Language: carnivore herbivore omnivore eating decomposer ecological habitat ecosystem parasite niche adaptations abiotic biotic scientific measuring



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06 Mar 2016

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carnivore herbivore omnivore
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Target Language: carnivore herbivore omnivore eating decomposer ecological habitat ecosystem parasite niche adaptations abiotic biotic scientific measuring



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06 Mar 2016

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Types of feeding habits
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Target Language: herbivores carnivores omnivores

horse sheep cow guinea pig giraffe goat canary silkworm cat lion dog tiger fox dingo eagle butcher bird mouse human pig bear



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06 Mar 2016

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ballast water
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Target Language: Ballast water Ballast water is water carried in ships’ ballast tanks to improve stability, balance and trim. It is taken up or discharged when cargo is unloaded or loaded, or when a ship needs extra stability in foul weather. When ships take on ballast water, plants and ...



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06 Mar 2016

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Chromotography
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Target Language: Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures of coloured compounds. Mixtures that are suitable for separation by chromatography include inks, dyes and colouring agents in food. Simple chromatography is carried out on paper. A spot of the mixture is placed near the bottom of a ...



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01 Mar 2016

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Cryptogram

Target Language: Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into reusable objects to prevent waste of potentially useful materials, reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, and reduce pollution.



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29 Feb 2016

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resources
Proofreading

Target Language: Biosphere The zone of life on Earth. Lithosphere The lithosphere is the solid outer section of Earth, which includes Earth's crust (the "skin" of rock on the outer layer of planet Earth), as well as the underlying cool, dense, and rigid upper part of the upper ...



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29 Feb 2016

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Matching Triples

Target Language: biosphere the zone of life on Earth, Layer of the Earth lithosphere the solid outer section of Earth, which includes Earth's crust Layer of the Earth hydrosphere The hydrosphere includes water that is on the surface of the planet, underground, and in the air Layer of the Earth ...



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29 Feb 2016

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Resources
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble these sentences

Target Language: Coal is burnt to generate electricity uranium produces nuclear power A hydrosphere is the total amount of water on a planet. The hydrosphere includes water that is on the surface of the planet, underground, and in the air. A ...



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29 Feb 2016

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Target Language: mechanical chemical potential gravitational radiant conduction convection sunshine conservation source heat temperature vibration conduct particle Bunsen burn



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29 Feb 2016

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What is Coal
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Target Language: Most people know coal as a fossil fuel which is used to produce around 40 percent of the world's electricity.1 It’s a flammable black or brown sedimentary rock, and is made mostly of organic carbon. However, there are actually two main types of coal: ‘thermal’ coal, which ...



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29 Feb 2016

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plants and animals
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Target Language: chook hen rooster crowing cage feed eggs chickens water feathers



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28 Feb 2016

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