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Warm Up: October 10, 2012. Water molecules in ice link together to form an open-spaced structure. The open pockets in the structure are what makes ice less dense than water, which is why ice floats on water. But, what’s in the pockets? Here’s what some people think:

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warm up october 10 2012
Warm Up: October 10, 2012
  • Water molecules in ice link together to form an open-spaced structure. The open pockets in the structure are what makes ice less dense than water, which is why ice floats on water. But, what’s in the pockets? Here’s what some people think:
  • Ben: “There is nothing in the pockets.”
  • Ana: “Water vapor is in the pockets.”
  • Jacob: “The pockets are filled with air.”
  • Who do you most agree with and why?
agenda
Agenda
  • Warm Up/HW Check
  • Review Answers to HW, Warm Up, and Cool Down
  • Plasma Article
  • Create an ad for plasma (see next slide)
  • Solid, Liquid, Gas, and Plasma Worksheet
  • Cool Down
  • HW: Finish Plasma assignment & Worksheet
plasma ad
PLASMA AD!
  • Read the article on Plasma.
  • Come up with pamphlet or advertisement teaching people about the AMAZING 4th state of matter, Plasma, and why they need it in their lives!
  • Make sure you include:
    • At least 10 facts about plasma
    • At least 3 visual supports
  • You will be graded on:
    • Creativity
    • Accuracy of Information
    • Neatness
    • Completeness
cool down october 10 2012
Cool Down October 10, 2012
  • Title: Plasma Bubble Map