B3 Inclusion: How does waste separation work? – Separating materials by density and other properties (incremental hints) © State Institute for School Quality and Teacher Training in Saxony-Anhalt/Siemens Stiftung, translated by Siemens Stiftung 2018 CC BY-SA 4.0 international

B3 Inclusion: How does waste separation work? – Separating materials by density and other properties (incremental hints)

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Incremental hints:
for the “B3 Inclusion: How does waste separation work? – Separating materials by density (student instructions)“ experiment. They support students in conducting the experiment on separating the substances.

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2018-06-22
Using the incremental hints, students can independently complete the tasks; self-organized learning is encouraged at different levels.
Answer sheet
Chemistry; Physics; Technology
Grade 5 to 6; Grade 7 to 9; Grade 10 to 13
Middle/high school
Condensation (physics); Environmental protection; Magnetism; Recycling; Waste recycling
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Monika Koch-Wohlgemuth, Holger Mühlbach, and Ralf Meyer, created for the State Institute for School Quality and Teacher Training in Saxony-Anhalt using material from Siemens Stiftung, translated by Siemens Stiftung
© State Institute for School Quality and Teacher Training in Saxony-Anhalt/Siemens Stiftung, translated by Siemens Stiftung 2018
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