# Mr. Smet’s Scientific Studies REVIEW OBJECTIVES 5.5.1-5.5.3 & QUIZ BOWL.

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Mr. Smet’s Scientific Studies REVIEW OBJECTIVES 5.5.1-5.5.3 & QUIZ BOWL

1. When an object slides down a hill, not all of its potential energy turns into kinetic energy. Explain this using the Law of Conservation of Energy. Why is this? DO NOW

The Law of Conservation of Energy says that energy cannot be lost or destroyed. When the potential energy does not entirely transform to kinetic energy, it is usually because of friction causing the potential energy turn into sound energy and thermal energy. DO NOW STUDENT RESPONSE

1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review Packet Answers 4.Heating Review 5.Quiz Bowl [Mini] 6.Closing AGENDA

1.Today 2.Tomorrow INTRODUCTION

1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review Packet Answers 4.Heating Review 5.Quiz Bowl [Mini] 6.Closing AGENDA

1.Define Potential Energy 1.Potential energy is stored energy. 2.Define kinetic energy. 1.Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. 3.What is the difference between your answers for 1 and 2? 1.Potential energy is basically a way of keeping kinetic energy without using it—holding on to it. REVIEW PACKET ANSWERS

Has Potential Energy Has No Potential Energy Has Kinetic Energy Has No Kinetic Energy a.An airplane is flying through the air. X X a.A skateboard is rolling on the ground. XX a.A baseball was thrown to the catcher. X X a.A basketball is lying in the corner of the room. X X a.A bird is sitting in a tree. X X a.A book is held on the top shelf. X X a.A book is lying on the ground. X X a.A ball is rolling down from the top of the hill. X X

5. Potential energy is greatest when it is (highest) on a ramp. 6. Potential energy is least when it is (lowest) on a ramp. 7. Kinetic energy is greatest when it is (lowest) on a ramp. 8. Kinetic energy is least when it is (highest ) on a ramp. 9. Kinetic energy is turning into potential energy.B, C 10. Potential energy is turning into kinetic energy. A, D 11. Which ball on the graph has the most potential energy? 4 12. Which ball on the graph has the least potential energy? 1 13. Which ball on the graph has the most kinetic energy? 1 14. Which ball on the graph has the least kinetic energy? 4

15. Which ball on the graph has the most potential energy? A 16. Which ball on the graph has the least potential energy? D 17. Which ball on the graph has the most kinetic energy? D 18. Which ball on the graph has the least kinetic energy? A 19. What is the law of conservation of energy?  Energy cannot be lost or destroyed. 20. What are four types of energies that can be transformed between?  Thermal energy, sound energy, light energy, kientic energy. 21. 15 + 5 = 20 Joules 22. 20 – 15 = 5 joules 23. 20 – 10 = 10 joules 24. 20 – 18 = 2 joules

25. 100 + 0 = 100 joules 26. 100 – 65 = 35 joules 27. 100 – 40 = 60 joules 28. 100 – 0 = 100 joules 29. 100 – 45 = 55 joules

1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review Packet Answers 4.Heating Review 5.Quiz Bowl [Mini] 6.Closing AGENDA

 Conduction  Heat transfers through direct contact between particles.  Radiation  Heat transfers through waves.  Convection  Heat transfers through liquids and gases by moving particles. 3 TYPES OF HEAT TRANSFER:

 Conduction  Radiation  Convection LOOKS LIKE…

CHECKS FOR UNDERSTANDING

The bottom of the glass piece in a hot lava lamp heats up by a light bulb. 5.5.2 EXAMPLE 1

The small boy screamed when he accidentally touched the stove. 5.5.2 EXAMPLE 2

 The smoke rose into the air. 5.5.3 EXAMPLE 3

1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review Packet Answers 4.Heating Review 5.Quiz Bowl [Mini] 6.Closing AGENDA

SCIENCE – UNIT 5 QUIZ BOWL TESTING YOUR KNOWLEDGE FROM UNIT 5!

RULES OF THE GAME One clipboard & dry erase marker for every two people (take turns writing) You are only sharing answers with that one partner, not with your whole team Only write ‘A’ ‘B’ or ‘C’ on your dry erase board You will need a sheet of scrap paper for you and your partner (to do solve math problems on) When the teacher says “Boards!” your board must go, or your answer will not be counted

SCORING Teams will be divided up based on rows Even though you have a whole row as your team, you’re only able to share answers with your partner Whichever row has the MOST correct answers will receive the point for that round If there is a tie, both teams will receive a point

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!

1.5.1.1 Matter is defined as: A)Anything with matter and volume. B)The amount of mass an object has will remain the same in a closed system. C)Anything with space and volume. D)The ability to do work

5.1.1 Matter is defined as: A)Anything with matter and volume.

2.5.1.1 Matter is made of: A)Volume B)Atoms C)Mass D)Spots

2.5.1.1 Matter is made of: B) Atoms

3.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the gas state of matter? A)Fixed shape and takes on volume of the container B)Fixed shape and fixed volume C)Takes the shape of the container and has a fixed volume D)Takes the shape and volume of the container

3.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the gas state of matter? D) Takes the shape and volume of the container

4.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the liquid state of matter? A)Fixed shape and takes on volume of the container B)Fixed shape and fixed volume C)Takes the shape of the container and has a fixed volume D)Takes the shape and volume of the container

4.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the liquid state of matter? C) Takes the shape of the container and has a fixed volume

5.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the solid state of matter? A)Fixed shape and takes on volume of the container B)Fixed shape and fixed volume C)Takes the shape of the container and has a fixed volume D)Takes the shape and volume of the container

5.5.1.2 Which of the following are characteristics of the solid state of matter? B) Fixed shape and fixed volume

6.5.1.2 Which of the following is a gas? A)Ice B)Butter C)Water D)Steam

6.5.1.2 Which of the following is a gas? D) Steam

7.5.1.3 What is a name for a phase change from a liquid into a gas? A)Crystallization B)Melting C)Boiling D)Condensation

7.5.1.3 What is a name for a phase change from a liquid into a gas? C) Boiling

8.5.1.3 What is a name for a phase change from a gas into a liquid? A)Crystallization B)Melting C)Boiling D)Condensation

8.5.1.3 What is a name for a phase change from a gas into a liquid? D) Condensation

9.5.1.3 During ____________, the particles of liquid turn to gas from throughout the entire liquid. A)Crystallization B)Evaporation C)Boiling D)Condensation

9.5.1.3 During ____________, the particles of liquid turn to gas from throughout the entire liquid. C) Boiling

10.5.1.3 During ____________, the particles of liquid turn to gas from the top of the liquid. A)Crystallization B)Evaporation C)Boiling D)Condensation

10.5.1.3 During ____________, the particles of liquid turn to gas from the top of the liquid. B) Evaporation

11.5.1.4 The atoms in gas: a)move fast and are far apart. b)vibrate in place and are tightly packed c)Slide past each other and are close together d)Move fast and are close together

11.5.1.4 The atoms in gas: a)move fast and are far apart.

12.5.1.4 The atoms in solid: a)move fast and are far apart. b)vibrate in place and are tightly packed c)Slide past each other and are close together d)Move fast and are close together

12.5.1.4 The atoms in solid: B) vibrate in place and are tightly packed

13.5.1.4 The atoms in liquid: a)move fast and are far apart. b)vibrate in place and are tightly packed c)Slide past each other and are close together d)Move fast and are close together

13.5.1.4 The atoms in liquid: C) slide past each other and are close together

14.5.1.5 Draw the atoms in a solid state of matter.

14.5.1.5 Draw the atoms in a solid state of matter.

15.5.1.5 Draw the atoms in a liquid state of matter.

15.5.1.5 Draw the atoms in a liquid state of matter.

16.5.1.5 What is the definition of energy? A)Anything with matter and volume. B)The amount of mass an object has will remain the same in a closed system. C)Anything with space and volume. D)The ability to do work

16.5.1.6 What is the definition of energy? D) The ability to do work

17.5.1.7 When removing energy from matter, what is happening to the particles of matter? A)the particles move faster and spread out B)the particles move slower and spread out C)the particles move slower and get closer together D)the particles move faster and get closer together

17.5.1.7 When removing energy from matter, what is happening to the particles of matter? C) the particles move slower and get closer together

18.5.2.1 The Law of Conservation of Matter is defined as: A)Anything with matter and volume. B)The amount of mass an object has will remain the same in a closed system. C)Anything with space and volume. D)The ability to do work

18.5.2.1 The Law of Conservation of Matter is defined as: B) The amount of mass an object has will remain the same in a closed system.

19.5.2.2 You place 20 grams of water into a 5 gram balloon and place it in the freezer. When you take it out of the freezer you see how much mass it has. How much mass will it have? A)5 grams B)20 grams C)25 grams D)45 grams

19.5.2.2 You place 20 grams of water into a 5 gram balloon and place it in the freezer. When you take it out of the freezer you see how much mass it has. How much mass will it have? C) 25 grams

20.5.2.2 You take 5 grams of mentos into a 1000 gram bottle of Coca Cola to see what happens. However, your smart brain has you place a 20 gram bag on the top. How much mass will this have after you place the mentos into the coca cola? A)1000 grams B)1020 grams C)1025 grams D)1050 grams

20.5.2.2 You take 5 grams of mentos into a 1000 gram bottle of Coca Cola to see what happens. However, your smart brain has you place a 20 gram bag on the top. How much mass will this have after you place the mentos into the coca cola? C) 1025 grams

21.5.3.1 What is the definition of potential energy? A)Restored energy B)Stored energy C)The energy of motion D)The ability to do work

21.5.3.1 What is the definition of potential energy? B) Stored energy

22.5.3.2 ABCDABCD Which of these pictures shows kinetic enery?

22.5.3.2 A Which of these pictures shows kinetic enery?

23.5.3.2 ABCDABCD Which of these pictures shows potential enery?

24.5.3.2 A

24.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the most potential energy?

24.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the most potential energy?

25.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the most kinetic energy?

25.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the most kinetic energy?

26.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the least kinetic energy?

26.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the least kinetic energy?

27.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the least potential energy?

27.5.3.3 The man starts running at the top of the hill. At which point does the man have the least potential energy?

28.5.3.1 Four metal blocks are being held 2 feet above the floor. They have masses of 20 grams, 30 grams, 40 grams and 50 grams. Which metal block has more potential energy?

28.5.3.1 Four metal blocks are being held 2 feet above the floor. They have masses of 20 grams, 30 grams, 40 grams and 50 grams. Which metal block has more potential energy?

28.5.3.1 Four metal blocks are being held 2 feet above the floor. They have masses of 20 grams, 30 grams, 40 grams and 50 grams. Which metal block has more potential energy?

29.5.6.1 The Law of Conservation of Energy is defined as: A)Energy cannot be lost or destroyed. B)The amount of mass an object has will remain the same in a closed system. C)Anything with space and volume. D)The ability to do work

29.5.6.1 The Law of Conservation of Energy is defined as: A)Energy cannot be lost or destroyed.

30.5.4.1 At which point is the roller coaster’s energy is changing from potential energy into kinetic energy.

30.5.4.1 At which point is the roller coaster’s energy is changing from potential energy into kinetic energy.

31.5.4.1 At which point is the roller coaster’s energy is changing from kinetic energy into potential energy.

31.5.4.1 At which point is the roller coaster’s energy is changing from kinetic energy into potential energy.

32.5.5.1 Radiation is defined as a thermal energy which is: A)Transferred through direct contact of particles B)Transferred through the movement of solids. C)Transferred through waves. D)Transferred through the movement of liquid and gas particles

32.5.5.1 Radiation is defined as a thermal energy which is: C) Transferred through waves.

33.5.5.1 Convection is defined as a thermal energy which is: A)Transferred through direct contact of particles B)Transferred through the movement of solids. C)Transferred through waves. D)Transferred through the movement of liquid and gas particles

33.5.5.1 Convection is defined as a thermal energy which is: D) Transferred through the movement of liquid and gas particles

34.5.5.1 Conduction is defined as a thermal energy which is: A)Transferred through direct contact of particles B)Transferred through the movement of solids. C)Transferred through waves. D)Transferred through the movement of liquid and gas particles

34.5.5.1 Conduction is defined as a thermal energy which is: A)Transferred through direct contact of particles

35.5.5.2 The steam from a cup of hot chocolate rises into the air. This is an example of: A)Radiation B)Convection C)Conduction

35.5.5.2 The steam from a cup of hot chocolate rises into the air. This is an example of: B) Convection

36.5.5.2 The light above the tank warmed the pets. This is an example of: A)Radiation B)Convection C)Conduction

36.5.5.2 The light above the tank warmed the pets. This is an example of: A)Radiation

37.5.5.2 The bottom of the glass piece in a hot lava lamp is heated by a light bulb. This is an example of: A)Radiation B)Convection C)Conduction

37.5.5.2 The bottom of the glass piece in a hot lava lamp is heated by a light bulb. This is an example of: A)Radiation

38.5.5.2 The bottom of the glass piece in a hot lava lamp is heated by a light bulb. This is an example of: A)Radiation B)Convection C)Conduction

38.5.5.2 The pot heats up while on the stove. This is an example of: C) Conduction

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