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by Dorothy Watt,Terry Russell
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Liverpool University Press, 1990. An investigation of the ideas of heat, temperature and change of state of children aged between 8 and 14 years. Liverpool: University Press, 1990. HM Stationery Office, 1989.
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Terry Russell is Emeritus Professor of the University of Liverpool. His work is primarily in science education with an interest in Developmental Learning Progressions between the Early Years through to the transition to secondary education. Terry Russell is Emeritus Professor of the University of Liverpool.
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This seventh report is the first to be concerned with aspects of the earth sciences and elucidates children's ideas about the nature of rocks, soil and the structure of the planet. Some tentative association is seen through erosion and transportation processes with weather.
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