Unit 2 Particle Motion, Heat transfer, Phase Changes

GA Standards of Excellence
SPS5. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to compare and contrast the phases of matter as they relate to atomic and molecular motion. a. Ask questions to compare and contrast models depicting the particle arrangement and motion in solids, liquids, gases, and plasmas.
b. Plan and carry out investigations to identify the relationships among temperature, pressure, volume, and density of gases in closed systems.

SPS7. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain transformations and flow of energy within a system.
a. Construct explanations for energy transformations within a system. (Clarification statement: Types of energy to be addressed include chemical, mechanical, electromagnetic, light, sound, thermal, electrical, and nuclear.)
b. Plan and carry out investigations to describe how molecular motion relates to thermal energy changes in terms of conduction, convection, and radiation.
c. Analyze and interpret specific heat data to justify the selection of a material for a practical application (e.g., insulators and cooking vessels).
d. Analyze and interpret data to explain the flow of energy during phase changes using heating/cooling curves.


ASSESSMENTS
Vendor Application Due: 8/24
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rubric:



TEST 8/30-8/31
study guide:
Jeopardy Practice (this does NOT include any questions about gas laws or specific heat.

SPECIFIC HEAT TUTORIAL:



UNIT 2 PROBLEM




rubric:


HELPFUL STUDY TOOLSSTATES OF MATTER SIMULATION
States of Matter: Basics
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HEAT TRANSFER CONDUCTION, CONVECTION, RADIATION ANOTHER HEAT TRANSFER CONDUCTION CONVECTION & RADAITION
HEAT TRANSFER SIMULATION
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Energy Forms and Changes
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HEAT TRANSFER REVIEW GAME: HEAT TRANSFER

specific heat: https://da.khanacademy.org/science/physics/thermodynamics/specific-heat-and-heat-transfer/v/specific-heat-and-latent-leat-of-fusion-and-vaporization-2



ASSIGNMENTS



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Monday Aug 7



1. Introduce PBL



2. Have students read pages 38-47 and 50-51 in their texts



HOMEWORK: Pick one or more food items from your dinner and describe it using its physical & chemical properties (grade)

AND.... scout around the house to find potential materials you could potentially make a koozie from. You need to bring these materials in by........


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Tuesday Aug 8
1. Read pages 66-69 and take notes.
2. Section Review page 69
3. . create States of Matter Diagrams

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Wednesday Aug 9
1. warm up: Which state of matter has the most energy?
2. read, take notes and a class discussion of pages 74-79 in the text
3. complete section review on page 79 to assess understanding
4. diagram phase changes

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Thursday Aug 10
1. warm up: What causes phase changes in matter?
2. Students will read, take notes & discuss pages 274-279 in text
Focus on differences between temperature & thermal energy & kinetic energy
3. Use section review on page 279
Phase Change PPT


Homework:Phase_Changes_Worksheet_HS (1).doc
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Fri 8/11- Mon 8/14
  • Monday 8/14: quiz: phases of matter
    • warm up: How does energy affect the particle motion of a substance?
  • Have students read, take notes & discuss pages 280-289 in the text.
  • Focus on:heat,thermal energy, conduction, convection & radiation; & how particles are affect as heat is transferred
  • homework: watch video


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Tues 8/15- Wed 8/16
Base line date for ice cream:

HOMEWORK: Eat ice cream and record the type of materials your bowl and spoon are made of. Describe (or take a picture and upload to your paper) how much ice cream you had relative to the size of the bowl. This is due by FRIDAY! ice cream


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Thursday 8/17
1. Complete Base Line data CER from yesterday
2. specific heat
3. Investigating insulators for your koozie design

REMEMBER YOUR HOMEWORK:
Eat ice cream and record the type of materials your bowl and spoon are made of. Describe (or take a picture and upload to your paper) how much ice cream you had relative to the size of the bowl. This is due by FRIDAY! ice cream
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Fri 8/18
We went over the specific heat homework and resolved any concerns.
Students worked with their groups to research and plan their koozie design. Each student in each group is to develop a plan for thier koozie using different materials found at home (no outside purchases). We will begin the actual construction of the koozies in class on Tuesday.

HOMEWORK: BRING IN MATERIALS FOR YOUR KOOZIE DESIGN BY TUESDAY

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Mon 8/21
eclipse day

via GIPHY


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- Tues 8/22-Wed 8/23
building & testing koozie prototypes


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Thurs 8/24-Friday 8/25
application due end of class Friday


Read this article regarding Charles' & Boyle's Laws: http://tinyurl.com/ycy9d3tc

HOMEWORK: READ AND TAKE NOTES ON PAGES 70-73 AND SECTION REVIEW PAGE 73. Read and take notes on article above
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Mon 8/28
gas laws




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Tues 8/29
review


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Wed 8/30 - Thurs 8/31

test


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