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Standard Indicator #2
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  • 1. Water Happenings Abby Baker 9/30/09
  • 2. Indicator
    • Indicator 5.3.5 Observe and explain that clouds and fog are made of tiny droplets of water.
    • Taken from: http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/AcademicStandards/StandardSearch.aspx
    • Link to activity: http://www.indianastandardsresources.org/files/sci/sci_5_3_water.pdf
  • 3. Definitions
    • Evaporation – to change from a liquid or solid state into vapor; pass off in vapor.
    • Condensation – the process by which atmospheric water vapor liquefies to form fog, clouds, or the like, or solidifies to form snow or hail.
    • Precipitation – the amount of rain, snow, hail, etc., that has fallen at a given place within a given period, usually expressed in inches or centimeters of water.
    • Water Cycle – the natural sequence through which water passes into the atmosphere as water vapor, precipitates to earth in liquid or solid form, and ultimately returns to the atmosphere through evaporation.
  • 4. Pre-Activity Discussion
    • What happens when water is heated?
    • Have you ever put your hand above a boiling pot of water? How does it feel?
    • Can you think of any instances where there are big droplets of water in the air?
    • What makes up a cloud?
  • 5. Activity
    • Put the coffeepot of water on the hotplate and turn the heat up.
    • Fill the frying pan with ice cubes and when the water in the frying pan begins to boil, hold the frying pan about six inches away above the coffee pot.
    • Focus on the bottom of the frying pan. Do you notice anything on the bottom of the frying pan?
    • Focus on the condensed water on the bottom of the frying pan dripping back into the coffee pot. Why is the condensed water falling back into the coffee pot?
  • 6. Water Cycle
  • 7. Books
    • Re Cycles by Micheal Ross
    • The Water’s Journey by Eleonore Schmid
  • 8. Questions for Review
    • How do you know the water turns into water vapor when it is heated?
    • What happens to water vapor when it cools? How do you know?
    • What are clouds made of? How do you know?
  • 9. References
    • http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/AcademicStandards/StandardSearch.aspx
    • http://www.indianastandardsresources.org/files/sci/sci_5_3_water.pdf
    • http://cd7.e2bn.net/e2bn/leas/c99/schools/cd7/website/images/bp-watercycle1.jpg

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