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How does double glazing the windows keep the house warm? What mode(s) of heat transfer is blocked by double glazing?
How can a home be made warm in winter? Identify the mode of heat transfer each method uses to keep the house warm.
On which side will your hand feel hotter: above (but not touching) the flame or below it? Why?
Explain why the igloo can keep the Eskimo warm even if it is made of ice.
A newspaper wrapping keep hot things hot and cold things cold. Why? What other wrappings can be used that works like a newspaper?
What is the advantage(s) of placing the electric heater near the bottom of a bucket of water compared to putting it near the surface? What is the disadvantage(s)?
Why do we have sea breeze in the morning and land breeze at night?
HEAT. What do you think this photograph shows? ENERGY of HEAT It takes heat to shape glass or to make a cup of tea.
HOT STUFF & ICE COOL How can we use what we have learned about Keeping Warm? Key words: Insulate: Use a material to stop the transfer of thermal energy.
Understanding Heat Transfer, Conduction, Convection and Radiation.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
1.2Transfer Processes 1.2.1Conduction 1.2.2Convection 1.2.3Radiation.
Convection Convection is the transfer of heat by the circulation of currents from a hotter to cooler region. Convection currents only occur in liquids.
WEATHER. Which elements of weather can you pick out in the next slide? In 5 seconds or less….
Keeping Warm Year 4 Lesson 1 L.O To know that touch is not an accurate way of judging temperature.
REVISION Why is the body of the pan metallic and the handle plastic? (2)
Understanding Weather and Climate The Atmosphere (Cont.)
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
What should you think about when deciding where to put your building? The direction a building faces will impact on a lot more than the view – how do you.
Chapter 8 Heat Transfer & Change of Phase. Heat Transfer How does the energy move from a hotter to a colder object? How does the energy move from a hotter.
Friendship SEN Knowing and Growing. This is me with my friends.
HEAT 3 RD Grade Science Chapter 4. Essential Questions What is heat and how is it measured? How does thermal energy move? How is thermal energy used?
Why Do Climates Vary?. Latitude This means how far north or south a place is from the equator. The sun’s rays are concentrated at the equator but spread.
Index it! You are learning how to condense information and to represent it visually in order to have a deeper understanding of the work and to have learnt.
The Pay Me Game. Do you have an electric blanket? Yes: pay utility envelope $2 No: pay your me envelope $2 Electric blankets cost about 8 cents a night.
AIR CONDITIONERS AND HEATERS CHAPTER 6.3. HVAC GENERAL FACTS In most homes, we use an HVAC system to heat and cool the air. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation,
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Since ancient times Nature has served Man being the source of his life. For thousands of years people lived in harmony with environment. But with the.
Energy Transfer Atmosphere Global Warming Did you read?
Energy in the Earth System. Objectives of this Unit 1. California Standards: 4a. Students know the relative amount of incoming solar energy compared with.
Burn Prevention and Treatment. What we will learn today We will learn about the different types of burns, the three degrees of burns, and how you can.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
Learning Targets Magnets and Electricity Investigation 1 Review INVESTIGATING MAGNETS AND MATERIALS.
Warm-up: Write this in your notes. 1.What is the original source of energy that powers wind turbines? 2.What time of day do you feel sea breezes? Explain.
Starter Question If you touch two objects that are the same temperature, why would one feel colder than the other?
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