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AGENDA:

1 – Bell Ringer

2 – Quiz

3 – Metric Lab

4 – Exit Ticket

Today’s Goal:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Homework

- Unit Test is coming up – start studying!

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

4 MINUTES REMAINING…

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

3 MINUTES REMAINING…

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

2 MINUTES REMAINING…

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

Objective:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Bell Ringer(p. 14):

- What are the 4 basic units we discussed?
- What is the basic unit for time?
- What is the basic unit for length?
- What is the basic unit for volume?
- What is the basic unit for mass?

AGENDA:

1 – Bell Ringer

2 – Quiz

3 – Metric Lab

4 – Exit Ticket

Today’s Goal:

Students will be able to convert between metric units.

Homework

- Unit Test is coming up – start studying!

Unit Test is coming up – start studying!

Weekly Agenda

Monday 10/22 – Quiz Review

Tuesday 10/23 – Phase Change Diagrams

Wednesday 10/24 – Metric System

Thursday 10/25 – Metric System Lab

Friday 10/26 – Quiz 5

C – Conversation – No talking unless directed

H – Help – RAISE HAND silently for questions

A – Activity – Listen as we review!

M – Materials and Movement – Stay in seats at all times unless directed.

P – Participation – Mentally review for your quiz

S – Success – Understand the metric system.

Melting

Critical Point

Liquid

Solid

Boiling

Triple Point

Gas

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

C – Conversation – No talking unless directed

H – Help – RAISE HAND silently for questions

A – Activity – Work through quiz!

M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Paper. Stay in seats at all times unless directed.

P – Participation – Work on Quiz

S – Success – Understand the metric system.

C – Conversation – No talking unless directed

H – Help – RAISE HAND silently for questions

A – Activity – Work through quiz!

M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Paper. Stay in seats at all times unless directed.

P – Participation – Work on Quiz

S – Success – Understand the metric system.

C – Conversation – No talking unless directed

H – Help – RAISE HAND silently for questions

A – Activity – Work through quiz!

M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Paper. Stay in seats at all times unless directed.

P – Participation – Work on Quiz

S – Success – Understand the metric system.

Deci

Centi

Milli

Kilo

Hecto

Deka

Deci

Centi

Milli

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

Try these conversions:

1000 mg = ________ g1 L = _________ mL

160 cm = __________ mmkm = __________ m

109 g = ___________ kg250 m = __________ km

Try these conversions:

1000 mg = ________ g1 L = _________ mL

160 cm = __________ mmkm = __________ m

109 g = ___________ kg250 m = __________ km

1. If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = ________ g1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

1. If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = ________ g1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to another unit count the number of steps (and the direction) you need to take and move the decimal point accordingly.

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = ________ g1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1000.1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

1 step left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 100. 1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

2 steps left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 10. 1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

3 steps left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 11. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

3 steps left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1g1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

mg to g is 3 steps

left

L to mL is 3 steps to the right

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1. g1. L = _________ mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

mg to g is 3 steps

left

L to mL is 3 steps to the right

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 1.

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 10.

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

1 step

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1 g1L = 100.

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

2 steps

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 1000.

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

3 steps

mg to g is 3 steps

left

Try these conversions:

1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 1000 mL

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

3 steps

Try these conversions:

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

cm to mm is 1 step right

160. cm = __________ mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

cm to mm is 1 step right

160. cm = 1600 mm14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

14. km = 14000. m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

Try these conversions:

km to m is 3 steps right!

14. km = __________ m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

km to m is 3 steps right

14. km = 14000 m

109. g = ___________ kg250. m = __________ km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Try these conversions:

109. g = .109 kg250. m = .250 km

If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

Convert both to base units

If they are equal, write the equals sign

If they are unequal, the larger one gets the open part of the sign

56 cm6 m

Convert both to base units

If they are equal, write the equals sign

If they are unequal, the larger one gets the open part of the sign

.56 m < 6 m

Convert both to base units

If they are equal, write the equals sign

If they are unequal, the larger one gets the open part of the sign

7g 698 mg

Convert both to base units

If they are equal, write the equals sign

If they are unequal, the larger one gets the open part of the sign

7g .698 g

Convert both to base units

If they are equal, write the equals sign

If they are unequal, the larger one gets the open part of the sign

7g >.698 g

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

Identify the base unit as meters, grams, liters, seconds.

Write m, g, L, or s depending on which base unit it is.

Based on the prefix (i.e. kilo-, milli-, etc.) write in the letter(s) that correspond to that prefix

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

kg

Identify the base unit as meters, grams, liters, seconds.

Write m, g, L, or s depending on which base unit it is.

Based on the prefix (i.e. kilo-, milli-, etc.) write in the letter(s) that correspond to that prefix

kg

m

g

Identify the base unit as meters, grams, liters, seconds.

Write m, g, L, or s depending on which base unit it is.

Based on the prefix (i.e. kilo-, milli-, etc.) write in the letter(s) that correspond to that prefix

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit

Kilo

(k)

1000

Hecto

(h)

100

Deka

(dk)

10

Deci

(d)

1/10

1

Centi

(c)

1/100

Meters

(m)

Grams (g)

Liters (L)

Seconds (s)

Milli

(m)

1/1000

The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

During a phase change you have a mix of the two phases.

Phase Changes are flat because they occur at a constant temperature

Potential Energy increases during phase changes

Kinetic Energy increases

when Temperature increases

Time

Post-Lab Questions:

1. What does the line look like on your graph when temperature is changing?

2. What does the line look like when temperature is not changing?

3.What does the first flat region represent? What does the second flat region represent?

Post-Lab Questions:

1. What does the line look like on your graph when temperature is changing?

Goes up

2. What does the line look like when temperature is not changing?

Flat

3.What does the first flat region represent? What does the second flat region represent?

Melting, Boiling

4. At times (flat regions of your graph), why does the temperature of a substance remain constant, even though energy is being added?

5. Label each segment of your graph, write which phase of matter is for each segment and for phase changes say what type of phase change is occurring (freezing, boiling, etc.)

6. During which phase were the water molecules the most free to move around? How could you tell? Can you relate this to kinetic energy?

4. At times (flat regions of your graph), why does the temperature of a substance remain constant, even though energy is being added?

Phase Change; heat is being used to increase potential energy by spreading molecules apart

5. Label each segment of your graph, write which phase of matter is for each segment and for phase changes say what type of phase change is occurring (freezing, boiling, etc.)

6. During which phase were the water molecules the most free to move around? How could you tell? Can you relate this to kinetic energy?

Gas, because they leave the beaker! High movement = high kinetic energy

Boiling

Gas

Liquid

Melting

Solid

- You have an atom with 3 protons and 5 neutrons. Write it in isotope notation.
- Classify apple juice as an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogeneous mixture and explain why.
- What do the flat lines on a phase change diagram mean? Is the kinetic or potential energy changing? Explain

Draw a typical phase change diagram; label the axes and show:

Solid, Liquid, Gas

Triple Point

Melting Point & Boiling Point

Critical Point