SPS5. Students will compare and contrast the phases of matter as they relate to atomic and molecular motion.
a. Compare and contrast the atomic/molecular motion of solids, liquids, gases and plasmas.
b. Relate temperature, pressure, and volume of gases to the behavior of gases

SPS7. Students will relate transformations and flow of energy within a system.
a. Identify energy transformations within a system (e.g. lighting of a match).
b. Investigate molecular motion as it relates to thermal energy changes in terms of
conduction, convection, and radiation
c. Determine the heat capacity of a substance using mass, specific heat, and temperature.
d. Explain the flow of energy in phase changes through the use of a phase diagram


ASSESSMENTS:
Vendor Application Due: 10/4
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TEST 10/10
study guide:
Jeopardy Practice (this does NOT include any questions about gas laws or specific heat.

SPECIFIC HEAT TUTORIAL:

PRACTICE QUIZ:

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UNIT 4 PROBLEM





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



: Monday 9/12
  • Introduce the Problem for this unit as described above.
  • Guide the on level students to identify "What do we know?" as prescribed above.
  • Guide the on level students to identify " What do we need to know?" as prescribed above.
  • Allow the students to discuss and possibly research ways to make coozies


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Tuesday 9/13
1. Read pages 66-69 and take notes. Section Review page 69



  • warm up: Which state of matter has the most energy?
  • Have the students read, take notes and conduct a class discussion of pages 74-79 in the text
  • Make sure they are using the scientific terms: melting, freezing, evaporation, boiling, vaporization & sublimation
  • Focus on how the energy affects the particle motion which in turn affects the state
  • suggested diagramming at this point
  • Have students complete section review on page 79 to assess understanding

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Wednesday 9/14
1. baseline data for ice cream
provide each group with single serve container of ice cream
record time it takes for the center of the ice cream to increase by 5 degrees Celsius while it sits in the sunlight
2. discuss how this relates to our problem
Homework: You might want to eat some ice cream this week as a part of your research for your PBL.
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Thursday 9/15
  • warm up: Formative Assessment: iRespond: phases & energy
  • remediation
  • Students will read, take notes & discuss pages 274-279 in text
  • Focus on differences between temperature & thermal energy & kinetic energy
  • Use section review on page 279 as an assessment
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Friday 9/16- Monday 9/19
quiz states of matterarm up: How does energy affect the particle motion of a substance?
  • Have students read, take notes & discuss pages 280-287 in the text.
  • Focus on:heat,thermal energy, conduction, convection & radiation; & how particles are affect as heat is transferred
  • Use class demonstrations for further understanding
  • Homework: Section Review page 287 (grade)
  • specific heat
  • specific heat practice

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Tuesday 9/20- Wednesday 9/21
  • warm up: Review last night's homework; clarify What are the 3 types of heat transfer?
  • Students will read,take notes & discuss pages 288-291 in text (section review page 291)
  • Handout: Observing Phase Change:
  • Diagrams of the 3 types of heat transfer from a particle perspective.
  • PDF:
  • Teach specific heat: practice:
  • Assign problem, research & hypothesis for tomorrow's lab as homework

HOMEWORK: Bring in your material ideas for your coozies
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Thursday 9/22- Friday 9/23
work with partners on coozie design and testing
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FALL BREAK: September 26-30
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Monday 10/3- Tuesday 10/4
work on application document..due at the end of class on 10/4
Jansen has 7th lab for both days
West has media center for 10/3 and 6th lab on 10/4


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Wednesday 10/5- Thursday 10/6
read pages 70-73 and take notes on Charles's & Boyle's Laws
  • warm up: State the gas laws
  • Boyle's Law

  • emo: Charle's Law: Ivory Soap in microwave (refer to video)
  • Lab: Boyle's Law: Marshmallows and syringe. (refer to video below)

GAS LAWS VIDEO:
HOMEWORK: GRAPHING GAS LAWS decided not to do this assignment this year

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Friday 10/7
test review
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Monday 10/10
test