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Upper Secondary (Key Stage 4)Lower Secondary (Key Stage 3)

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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Eyepiece = an ocular lens, magnifies 10x
Tube = eyepiece holder
Nosepiece = rotating magazine (also known as a nosepiece or turret) for the objective lenses
Objective lens = lens in the nosepiece. Magnifies 4x, 10x, and 40x
Stage = the surface on which the specimen lies
Stand = this is what you hold the microscope with when transporting it
Focusing knob = used to adjust the focus of the image. There is a coarse focus knob and a fine focus knob
Lamp = light source
Diaphragm = used to control the amount of light
Base = the part on which the microscope stands
Click on the hotspots to learn more about how a microscope works.

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

main road
crossroads or junction
to cycle
You pay a fare for the bus
cycle path
traffic light
You pay a fare for the cab

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

les baskets
le T-shirt
la montre
le chapeau
le legging
le sweat-shirt
le top
le pantalon
les chaussures
le jean

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Click on the hotspots to learn more about the planets.
Our solar system
Earth: Earth is composed of two-thirds water and one-third land. As far as we know, this is the only planet where life is possible.
Venus: Venus is located in the 2nd row towards the Sun, at a distance of just over 108 million kilometers from the Sun.
Mars: The rocks on Mars contain a lot of iron. The iron has oxidized, causing it to rust. Rusty iron has a red-brown color, which is why Mars has its red appearance.
Uranus: On a clear night, you can see Uranus from Earth.
Jupiter: Earth fits into Jupiter approximately 1300 times, but because it is mainly composed of light gases, the planet weighs only 318 times as much as the Earth.
Saturn: Saturn, the second-largest planet in our solar system and the sixth one from the Sun, is the farthest planet that we can see without a telescope.
Neptune: It is located at about 4.5 billion kilometers from the Sun, which causes freezing temperatures of around -200 degrees Celsius.
Pluto: Pluto was originally considered a full-fledged planet, but it was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006.
Sun: The sun is not a planet but a star, a burning gas sphere. Its radiation makes life on our Earth possible. It is also the closest star to Earth.
Mercury: The planet Mercury is named after the Roman god of trade and profit. Mercury is the smallest planet.
What would space sound like? It is certainly not quiet! Researchers have collected sounds from planets. And they sound a bit scary...
Mysterious ninth planet? In 2016 it was announced that there might be a ninth planet! This planet is said to consist mainly of ice and is about 4 times the size of Earth!

Slide 5 - Tekstslide