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What is Fire?
What we will learn today We will learn what fire really is - and what it isn’t It is NOT: –White, puffy clouds of smoke –Slow moving flames It IS –Very HOT –Very DARK from the smoke it makes
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Heat - or something that is HOT
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Fuel - or something that will BURN
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Oxygen - the air that we all breathe and need to live
Can there be a GOOD fire? A good fire is one that is used carefully and under controlled situations
Grill Good fire or bad fire?
Campfire Good fire or bad fire?
Fireplace Good fire or bad fire?
Cooking Good fire or bad fire?
REMEMBER - Good fires can turn into bad fires if you are not careful with them.
What we will learn today
We learned that fire fighters are our friends
The Science of Fire. What we will learn today We will talk about how the heat, fuel and oxygen, working together, cause a chemical chain reaction.
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Say it to yourself 10 times…
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In Australia, fire is a significant hazard to people, property and the environment. A fire at home can mean more than just a few days off. You, could.
EAW. Atmosphere and Weather Benchmark 4 Explain the impact of human activities on the atmosphere and explain ways that individuals and society can reduce.
Measuring energy changes
In Albany we use a lot of energy. What is energy? What things can you think of that use energy? We want to reduce our energy usage as much as possible.
Chapter 1- Sections 1 & 2 Worksheets
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