Good Afternoon !. Have out your analysis questions from yesterday! Extra credit due Friday! Quizzes have been graded and will be passed back!. Agenda. Review Quiz Act. 59 Analysis Ques. # 3 & 5 Objective Intro. Act. 60 Act. 60 Homework. Review Quiz!.
Have out your analysis questions from yesterday!
Extra credit due Friday!
Quizzes have been graded and will be passed back!
Conduction was friction, body heat, sitting on ice, putting in shoe, put in armpit
b. Energy transformations:potential energy to thermal energy
Potential to kinetic energy
Independent variable: ice
Dependent variable: thermal energy
Control: ice in bag, no dependent variable
Students will be able to design a container that will allow as little ice to melt as they can in a given time.
Getting Started: What insulators are you familiar with?
Insulation, fridge, foam, pipes, coolers, plastic, vents, thermos, wood chips, windows, cars, fiberglass insulation, oven, microwave, toaster,
The process of keeping thermal energy stored in a place.
Write down all the materials you will bring to preserve your ice cube.
Create an insulator to not have the ice cube melt.
Brainstorm ideas to preserve their ice cube.
Work with your group and decide what materials to bring from home to preserve their ice cube for tomorrow.
Draw your blueprint of your materials and how you will create your insulation.
Take out analysis #4 pg. D-38
Also take out materials that you brought to preserve your ice cube!
Extra credit turn into bin! Due Friday!
Students will read the reading on pg. D-39- D-42
Copy a graphic organizer in their journal about the readings. Students will stop at pg. D- 40 and will complete graphic organizer #1.
Students will continue reading and then stop again at pg. D-41 and complete graphic organizer #2.
Students will complete Think it over questions pg. D-42