STANDARDS

S8P1. Students will examine the scientific view of the nature of matter.
c. Describe the movement of particles in solids, liquids, gases, and plasmas states.
S8P2. Students will be familiar with the forms and transformations of energy.
d. Describe how heat can be transferred through matter by the collisions of atoms (conduction) or through space (radiation). In a liquid or gas, currents will facilitate the transfer of heat (convection).

assessments
TEST: October 6PBL BUSINESS PROPOSAL DUE:10/ 7


rubric for business proposal: PHASE CHANGE GRAPHS:
bth_mz_5460445_bodyshot_175x233.gifMake sure to eat some ice cream during this unit to "research"




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STATES OF MATTER SIMULATION
States of Matter: Basics
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Changes in States of Matter: phase changes
HEAT TRANSFER: CONDUCTION, CONVECTION, RADIATION MORE HEAT TRANSFER CONDUCTION CONVECTION & RADIATION
hEAT TRANSFER SIMULATION
Energy Forms and Changes
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hHEAT TRANSFER SIMULATION
Energy Forms and Changes
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REVIEW GAME HEAT TRANSFER




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ASSIGNMENTS
Monday 9/12
  • Introduce the Problem for this unit (see power point slides above)
  • Identify "What do we know?"
  • Identify " What do we need to know?"
  • HOMEWORK: eat ice cream this week :) and complete the observations on this document

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Tuesday 9/13
  • warm up:
  • Consult the expert resource (textbook). The students will read pages 66-69 and take any necessary notes. Make sure you include the following info in the notes: for each state of matter: particle position and motion/speed, volume and shape.
  • complete section reveiw on page 69
States of Matter organizer


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Wednesday 9/14


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Thursday 9/15
  • warm up: Which state of matter has the most energy?
  • We discussed the states of matter diagrams and made some changes. Make sure they are included in your diagram:
1. the particles in a solid do not have enough motion/energy to break or weaken the attraction between them; therefore the volume and shape of solids remains definite (fixed or unchanged)
2. the particles in a liquid have enough energy/motion to weaken the attractions between them and allows the liquid to take the shape of its container. There is not enough energy/motion to cause the particles in a liquid to spread far enough apart to change the volume.
3.the particles in a gas and plasma have enough energy/motion to break the attractions between them and allows the gas to take the shape of its container, and to spread out far enough to change its volume.

  • students read, take notes and participate in a class discussion of pages 74-79 in the text
  • Make sure you 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
  • students complete section review on page 79 to assess understanding
quiz tomorrow over states of matter from a particle perspective

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Friday 9/16
QUIZ
  • Students will read, take notes & discuss pages 274-279 in text
  • Focus on difference between temperature & thermal energy & kinetic energy
  • Use section review on page 279


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Monday- Tuesday 9/19-20
  • warm 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 particels are affect as heat is transferred
  • Use class demonstrations for further understanding
  • Homework: Section Review page 287
PLICKERS: particles in the phases of matter and heat transfer
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Wednesday-Thursday 9/21-22

HOMEWORK: COMPLETE THE INFORMATION BELOW AND BRING TO CLASS FOR OUR LAB TOMORROW
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Friday 9/23


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FALL BREAK 9/26-9/30
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Monday-Tuesday 10/3-4
  • Partners work on PBL proposal
  • Due at the beginning of class tomorrow


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Wednesday 10/5
Business Proposal Due today
  • review for test

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Thursday 10/6:
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