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Tara Crampton

ELPAC Practice Present and Discuss Information Grades 6- 12

Grades: 6th Grade
Subjects: Multilingual Learners

Student Instructions

View the image. Read how the experiment took place: Why Does the Water Move Between Glasses? The water appears to defy gravity, but it, in reality, it moves because of a process called capillary action. The adhesive forces between the water and the paper towel are stronger than the cohesive forces inside the water. As a result, the water travels up and across the paper towel out of one glass and into another. 1. rec Record yourself summarizing what took place in the experiment. 2. rec Record if you think that this is a real science experiment or a fake image from the internet, explain why. 3. label Label all of the primary and secondary colors that you see.