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CLIP 2286

Changes in the state of materials (no narration)

Changes in the state of materials (no narration)
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Key Info
  • Changes in the state of materials (no narration)
  • Duration: 00:52
  • This is a compilation of clips set to a background of music and based on the theme of changing materials. It includes images of fireworks exploding, demolition of tower blocks, a volcano and magma flowing, a time lapse sequence of a cake being baked, a candle melting, toffee in both liquid and solid form, melted metal being cast, a rusted metal sculpture, a match burning, wood, coal, a burning building and a forest fire. Reversible and irreversible changes are demonstrated.
  • Credits: Oxford Scientific Films
  • Subject:

    Science

       Topic:

    Changing Materials: Reversible Change

  • Keywords: reversible, irreversible, fireworks, exploding, demolition, magma, baking, candle, toffee, molten metal, rust, coal, wood, forest, fire
Ideas for use in class
  • A great clip to play when learning about materials and their properties. It could be played at the start of a lesson to help focus attention and stimulate discussion. It might be played during a lesson to highlight the learning. Alternatively it might be used as part of a plenary to help summarise and reinforce the learning objectives.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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