During phase changes, the temperature stays the same, because the heat energy is being released by the phase changing, so the temperature of the water doesn't rise the more you heat it once it's started boiling. 

Generally, ice won't have a temperature of over 0°C, water won't have a temperature of over 100°C. Neither will steam be under 100°C

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I think that the results will show that when the ice melts, its temperature will rise. This is because it changes from a solid into a liquid. For this change to take place you have to heat the ice , either by leaving it out of the freezer or by putting it on a cooker ring.
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