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STUDY HALL. BLUE CARDS OUT AND ON DESK SITTING IN YOUR SEAT NOT WALKING AROUND THE CLASSROOM. Written Response May 6th. Earlier this year we learned that heat can be transferred many ways. List all the ways heat can be transferred and give an example of each type.

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### STUDY HALL

BLUE CARDS OUT AND ON DESK

NOT WALKING AROUND THE CLASSROOM

Earlier this year we learned that heat can be transferred many ways. List all the ways heat can be transferred and give an example of each type.

Brainstorm first, then construct your sentences.

Heat can be transferred many ways through conduction, convection and radiation. An example of conduction would be frying an egg in a pan on a hot stove. An example of convection would be boiling water to cook pasta. Lastly an example of radiation would be warming your hands over a fire.

• Worksheets will be completed independently

• This means no talking, not up wondering around

• You will raise your hand if you need help

• Questions???

6.P.3 EOG Review:

• Heat transfer through:

• Conduction

• Convection

• A type of thermal energy transfer that moves through direct contact with other atoms. Usually seen in solids.

• Video with Sammy & James

• Marshmallows on spoon or stick

Remember the hot soup spoon, a pan on the stove, or the marshmallows melting quicker on the metal spoon!

• A type of thermal energy transfer that moves in currents. Usually seen in liquids and gasses.

Blue Ice/Red WaterConvection Experiment

• As atoms get hotter they rise and bump into other atoms. As they get cooler they fall. Remember Boiling water, or hot air balloon, or blue ice experiment!

• When heat is transferred through electromagnetic waves.

Radiation Explanation from a Nutty Professor

Start on 2:00 minutes. End at 4:30