Investigating density in IEP Science

This year, students have the opportunity to use the science laboratories and put their learning into action! On Wednesday, Ajarn Sam set up an experiment that enabled students to learn about the density of different liquids. They mixed different amounts of sugar with water and then observed what happens when put in the same test tube.

This was a fun and interactive language learning exercise that required a steady hand to create a rainbow of different colours.

Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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