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safety glasses, fire extinguishers and fire blankets. Safety glasses are particularly important when using dangerous chemicals or hot liquids. If you lose your eyesight, you will never get it back. Students with long hair need to tie it back so it is out of the way when using Bunsen burners. So the message is BE SENSIBLE . Follow your teacher’s instructions, and use the science lab to enjoy learning about all the wonderful things in this world. Dr John Willison adelaide.edu.au/rsd/schooling 1 Your Name ………………………… Date……………….. Safety in the
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Part A: Structured Overview Key Word/s Meaning in context Part B: Equipment 1. Find the safety equipment mentioned in the text, and generate a list explaining where it is kept in the lab. Dr John Willison adelaide.edu.au/rsd/schooling 2
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Part C: Have a guess! (Analyse and synthesise) 1. What is a chemical you might use in science? 2. What would happen to your eyes if you got acid in them? 3. What does ‘writE’ stand for? Dr John Willison adelaide.edu.au/rsd/schooling 3
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Safety and Danger Demonstration Your teacher will bubble flammable gas into soapy water. The resulting bubbles will be lit. 1. Synthesise new knowledge by formng a prediction: I think when the bubbles are lit then… 2. Generate a list of observations, based on what you experienced with your senses: Saw Heard Felt Smelt Infer why this happened : I think this happened because 3. Communicate and apply your understanding of the key words : write a short story .
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  • Fall '19
  • Chemistry, Trigraph, White coat, Dr John Willison

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