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Daily Agenda and Objectives. Daily Agenda. Daily Objectives. TLW define standardized measurements TLW differentiate between the English system and the Metric System. TLW identify the base units of the metric system TLW describe the prefixes of the metric system.

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Daily agenda and objectives

Daily Agenda and Objectives

Daily Agenda

Daily Objectives

TLW define standardized measurements

TLW differentiate between the English system and the Metric System.

TLW identify the base units of the metric system

TLW describe the prefixes of the metric system.

  • Complete Daily Journal Entry

  • Complete vocabulary test

  • Continue split notes over standardized measurements

    and metric measurement


Daily journal entry

Daily Journal Entry

  • Grand Master Oogway wanted to see how high a block of ice would float in a pool filled with salt water. He filled three different pools up with different concentrations of salt.

  • What is the dependent variable? _____________________________

  • What is the independent variable? ____________________________

  • 3. What is one thing that is constant? ____________________________


You have five minutes to complete the vocabulary test

You have five minutes to complete the vocabulary test.


Split notes process skills measurement

Split Notes Process Skills Measurement

Key Terms

Explanations, Definitions, and Concepts

A standardized measurement is a measurement that more than one person can use to report findings. It is a measurement that is common to a whole social group.

A standardized system of measurement is important in science because scientists must communicate their findings. If the findings are in non-standardized measurements other scientists might get different results than the reporter.

  • What is a standardized measurement?

  • Why is a standardized system of measurement important in science?


Split notes process skills measurement1

Split Notes Process Skills Measurement

Key Terms

Explanations, Definitions, and Concepts

The two systems of standardized measurements are

English System of Measurements

International System of Units

The English System

Is used mostly in the United States.

Is composed of unwieldy numbers, i.e, 12 inches, 16 oz, 1 pound, etc.

Difficult to make conversions across units.

  • What are the two systems of standardized measurements?

    7. Describe the English System of Measurements.


Split notes process skills measurement2

Split Notes Process Skills Measurement

Key Terms

Explanations, Definitions, and Concepts

The International System of Units is:

the only system used in science

based on ten

uses prefixes to make conversions across units

also called System Internationale (SI) system and the Metric System

  • Describe the International System of Units.


Process skills measurement

Process Skills Measurement

Key Terms

Explanations, Definitions, and Concepts

There are many units in the English system. We will include the following:

Distance---feet, inches, miles, acres, yards

Volume—Gallons, pints, cups,

Weight—pounds, ounces, tons

Temperature o F

  • What are the basic units of the English Measurement System?


Process skills measurement1

Process Skills Measurement

Key Terms

Explanations, Definitions, and Concepts

There are many units in the English system. We will include the following:

Distance—meters/kilometers

Volume—liters/milliliters

Weight—newtons

Temperature oC , K

  • What are the basic units of the International (Metric) System of Measurement?


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