December 9, 2013. Homework: STEM Career due tomorrow Mini- Quiz changed to in class Learning Reflections ( I’ll explain ) Finish Section “Fill-in” notes AND Section review questions 1A, 1B, & 2A on pg 53 in textbook Complete on page 49 in notebook (If NOT Finished in class)
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Section review questions 1A, 1B, & 2A on pg 53 in textbook
Complete on page 49 in notebook (If NOT Finished in class)
-Write down homework
Today I will…
Demonstrate the phases of matter in a lab activity
Using your textbook, read and review pages 48-53 to fill in the blanks for notes on
p47, States and Changes of Matter.
Once completed: Begin Section review questions 1A & 1B and 2 A
STEM Career due today!
“Fill-in,” notes on the Changes of state
Section assessment questions 1A, 1B,2A
Work on Lab Data Analysis/ Results: Due Friday
-Write down Homework
-Take out lab notebook from class bin- Take out Data
-Staple Data Sheets to Data Analysis/ Results Sheet
(I will hand this out)
***Lab Due Date Changed***Now Due Monday 12/16
The total energy in all of the particles in an object.
the warmer the matter can get.
added (+) or removed(-)
Finish Lab: Due on Monday 12/16
-Write Down Homework
-Open notebook to p 50Thermal Energy & Phase Change
Magic School Bus video: Evaporation/ Conden.
Heating molecules of a gas
1) The _melting pointis when the particles of a solid break free from their fixed positions.
2) The phase change from a liquid to a gas is called vaporization, the two ways a liquid can vaporize are __Evaporation_ and _boiling___.
3)_Evaporation__ occurs when only surface particles vaporize (change into a gas).
4) _Boiling__ occurs when vaporized water molecules form bubbles below the surface and rise (occurs at the surface and in the liquid).