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Daily TAKS Connection: Convection, Conduction, and Radiation. IPC(6): The student knows the impact of energy transformations in everyday life. The student is expected to:

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daily taks connection convection conduction and radiation

Daily TAKS Connection:Convection, Conduction, and Radiation

IPC(6): The student knows the impact of energy transformations in everyday life. The student is expected to:

(B) Investigate and demonstrate the movement of heat through solids, liquids, and gases by convection, conduction, and radiation.

foldable instructions
Materials:

Paper

Scissors

Pen

Colored pencils/crayons

Instructions:

Hot Dog fold paper

With the paper turned horizontally, make 3 cuts from top to bottom stopping at the fold.

Label 1 flap Conduction, 1 flap Convection, and 1 flap Radiation.

Foldable Instructions
foldable completion
Foldable Completion
  • Using the “Foldable Cut-Out Sheet”, cut-out the definitions and pictures.
  • Glue the picture and the definition of each of the types of heat transfer on the inside of the flap that it matches.
foldable completion cont d
Foldable completion, cont’d.
  • Using the “Foldable Cut-Out Sheet”, cut-out the solid, liquid and gas representations.
  • Glue them on the inside of your foldable on the portion that has not been cut.
  • Label each picture as either a solid, liquid, or gas.
quick review
Quick Review
  • Is a solid a fluid? NO!!
  • Do solids have fluid motion? NO!!
  • VERY important: only fluids can transfer heat by convection
question 1
Question 1

The primary way liquids and gases (fluids) transmit heat is by the process of

A. reflection

B. conduction

C. radiation

D. convection

question 2
Question 2

Heat convection occurs in gases and liquids. Heat convection does not occur in solids because solids are unable to –

A. absorb heat by vibrating

B. transfer heat by fluid motion

C. emit radiation by reflecting light

D. exchange heat by direct contact

question 3
Question 3

In winter the air just above the top bunk of a bunk bed is warmer than the air just above the bottom bunk because warm air rises. Which of the methods of heating causes this difference in temperature?

question 4
Question 4

Name the method of heating that best describes each of the following:

  • A satellite is warmed by sunlight.
  • Butter melts on warm bread.
  • A ceiling fan cools a warm room.
slide10
Insulators and Conductors Notes(Write these in a T-Chart format next to the pictures of the States of Matter)
  • conductors
    • allow heat to transfer readily
    • Black improves absorption of infrared radiation (heat)
      • Ex: metals are good conductors of heat; painted black are even better
  • insulators
    • do not readily allow the transfer of heat
      • Ex: glass and plastic are good insulators of heat
now apply your knowledge
Now Apply Your Knowledge
  • determine whether a substance is a good conductor or insulator based on data provided

FYI

(Write this in your T-Chart!)

    • good insulators don’t allow heat loss/gain; therefore little or no temperature change
    • good conductors do allow heat loss/gain; therefore a large temperature change will take place
insulators and conductors classifying game
Insulators and Conductors Classifying Game
  • Use the cards to determine which objects Conduct Heat or Do Not Conduct Heat
  • Place each object under the correct heading.
question 5
Question 5
  • Which container is a better insulator? A better conductor? Why?