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* How many of you wrote that the ice cubes make the soda cold? Image Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/Ice_ cubes_openphoto.jpg/640px-Ice_cubes_openphoto.jpg

* What if I told you that ice cubes do not make soda cold? * In fact, it is the soda that warms up the ice cube! Image Source: http://pixabay.com/p-48867/?no_redirect

* When will the heat transfer between the soda and the ice cubes stop? Why? * Write your answer down in your notes. Image Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Question_mark_blue.png

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* Step 1: Partner A looks at question one and shares the answer with partner B. * Step 2: Partner B either approves of the answer, or guides partner A to the correct answer. * Step 3: Once an answer is agreed upon, Partner A asks, "May I write it down?" * Step 4: Partner B either agrees or provides further coaching until a correct answer is agreed upon. * Step 5: Partner A picks up the writing utensil and writes down the answer. Then Partner A hands the writing utensil to Partner B, and the steps repeat. * If these instructions are not followed, you will complete the work by yourself.