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Warm-Up: Let’s Pretend. Sit in your assigned seat. If you forgot, come ask me; I have your seat number.  Pretend the people in the pictures below are atoms.  Which picture shows people acting like the atoms in a:

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Sit in your assigned seat. If you forgot, come ask me; I have your seat number. 

Pretend the people in the pictures below are atoms. Which picture shows people acting like the atoms in a:

1.) Solid? 2.) Liquid? 3.) Gas? *Give a brief explanation of why, and be prepared to share!

C

A

B

### Unit 1 Matter!

It matters!

• Now that you’ve thought about solids, liquids, and gases, let’s turn to our objective sheet.

• Highlight today’s learning target and criteria for success.

• Read each criteria for success and mark in the blank next to each criteria one of the following

• Put a check √ if you got it: you could explain this to the person next to you.

• Or: put a question mark ? if you’re on the way: you know something about it, but you’re not completely sure

• Or: put an X if you don’t get it (or don’t even know where to start)

• Fill in the missing places in your Matter compare/contrast chart using the sort given to you.

• Check with your neighbor: are their any places you disagree? Come to consensus on a “final” answer

• Class check: were you right?

Frayer Model! 

• Time to get down into the vocabulary!

• Frayer models have 4 parts

• Definition

• Characteristics/Examples

• Definition in your own words

• Picture Representation

• Refer to the example if you need help or ask me!

• Quilting time!

• Solid – state of matter in which the substance has definite volume and definite shape.

• Liquid – state of matter in which the substance has a definite volume and indefinite shape.

• Gas – state of matter in which the substance has indefinite volume and indefinite shape.

• Compressibility – The property of being able to occupy less space. During compression particles which are initially far apart are crowded closer together.

• Volume – The amount of space that something occupies.

• Matter – Any substance which has mass and occupies space

• Mass – Measure of the amount of matter.

Back to the objective sheet!

• Next to your first mark (√, ?, or X):

• Put a check √ if you got it, and can explain this to the person next to you.

• Or: put a question mark ? if you’re on your way

• Or: put an X if you’re really confused

• Highlight any words that you don’t know.

Onwards and upwards:Venn Diagram

Using the results from your matter sort:

 complete the Venn Diagram for solids, liquids, and gases in your notebook (see template on board)

 Use the words/phrases from the matter sort

Pretend the people in the pictures below are atoms. Which picture shows people acting like the atoms in a:

1.) Solid? 2.) Liquid? 3.) Gas?This time: explain your answer using the following terms: shape, volume, speed of “atoms”, compressibility, and structure.

C

A

B

Part I: Back to the objective sheet!

Don’t erase your earlier marks! Be proud of your learning over time.

Next to your second mark (√, ?, or X):

• Put a check √ if you got it

• Or: put a question mark ? if you’re on your way

• Or: put an X if you’re still really confused

**You should now have three marks next to each of today’s criteria for success**

Part II: Write and complete the following sentence:

(and yes, write the complete sentence!!)

 I used to think __________ about states of matter, but now I know ________.