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1 Mr. Smet’s Scientific Studies March 17 th, 2011 CONSERVATION OF MATTER

2 1.Place your homework on the table in front of you: 2.Complete the following on a loose-leaf sheet of paper: 1.Define matter. 2.Define energy 3.When heat is added to matter, what happens to the temperature, speed of particles, and distance between particles. 4. When heat is removed from matter, what happens to the temperature, speed of particles, and distance between particles? DO NOW

3 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

4 Objectives:  SWBAT define matter.  SWBAT define and recognize states of matter.  SWBAT define and recognize phase changes.  SWBAT explain phases by the speed and position of atoms or molecules.  SWBAT draw molecular or atomic representations of the phases of a substance.  SWBAT define energy.  SWBAT explain and diagram the outcome of adding energy to a substance. REVIEW

5 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

6  For the following review, there will be 15 questions ton the Smart Board.  Your task will be to write down the answers to these questions onto a sheet of paper and be ready to share out when discussing the answer. REVIEW

7 1. What is the definition of matter? 5.1.1

8 Matter is defined as anything that has mass and volume.

9 2. What are the three states of matter? 5.1.2

10 Solid Liquid Gas 5.1.2

11 3. What are the two properties of solids? 5.1.2

12 Solids have a fixed volume and a fixed shape.

13 4. What are the two properties of gases? 5.1.2

14 Gases have a take the volume and shape of their container.

15 5. What are the two properties of liquids? 5.1.2

16 Liquids have a fixed volume and take the shape of their container.

17 6. Draw out a phase change map that shows the different phase changes

18 7. When you breath on a cold window and you see a fog, which phase change is this? 5.1.3

19 Condensation 5.1.3

20 8. When you see steam come from a hot pot, which phase change is this? 5.1.3

21 Boiling 5.1.3

22 9. When you see steam come from a hot pot, which phase change is this? 5.1.3

23 Boiling 5.1.3

24 10. What are the atoms doing in liquids? 5.1.4

25 Liquid atoms are close together and sliding past each other

26 11. What are the atoms doing in solids? 5.1.4

27 Solid atoms are vibrating in place and tightly packed

28 12. What are the atoms doing in gases? 5.1.4

29 Gas atoms are far apart and moving fast

30 13. Draw what the atoms look like in the three states of matter

31 14. What is the definition of energy? 5.1.6

32 Energy is the ability to do work

33 15. What happens when you add energy to matter? 5.1.7

34 The temperature, speed and distance increases between atoms

35 16. What happens when you remove energy from matter? 5.1.7

36 The temperature, speed and distance between atoms decreases

37 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

38 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

39 MEASUREMENT TOOLS 1. Name: Triple Beam Balance Measurement: Determine the mass of a substance Units: grams (g)

40 *IMPORTANT REMINDER!  A triple beam balance has three separate lines (it’s like adding three rulers together)-you must ADD each of the lines together!

41 PRACTICE! WHAT IS THE MASS OF THE UNKNOWN OBJECT?

42 Step #1:  Make sure all riders are placed at zero (on the far left). The white line on the black arm should be level with the zero mark on the right side of the balance. Step #2:  Move the rider on the middle beam (largest mass) to the right to the last notch before the arms dips down. When the white line on the arm dips below the zero mark, move the rider back one notch to the left. STEPS 1+2

43 Step #3:  Move to the next-largest rider (back beam) to the right. Move it to the last notch before the arm dips down. When the white line on the arm dips below the zero mark, move the rider back one notch to the left. Step #4:  Slide the smallest rider (front beam) to the right. Slide it until the white line on the arm dips below the zero mark. When the white line on the arm dips below the zero mark, slide the rider back to the left. STEPS 3+4

44 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

45 ONLINE PRACTICE

46 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA

47 1.Do Now 2.Introduction 3.Review 4.Quiz 5.Measuring Mass 6.Worksheet 7.Exit Slip 8.Closing AGENDA


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