solid, liquid or gas?What to do:1. Quickly copy down these boxes2. Write down your answers and ideas into the boxesafter l...
solid, liquid or gas?
solid, liquid or gas?
solid, liquid or gas?
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solid, liquid or gas?       4Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
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solid, liquid or gas?                  9   Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
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solid, liquid or gas?neat rows               runny           fixed shape        gas             hardsolid               li...
solid, liquid or gas?Now we know what solids, liquids and gases are like   What makes them the way they are?            Wh...
solid, liquid or gas?Is there an in-between?
solid, liquid or gas?How are particles arranged?
solid, liquid or gas?  What is your starting level?To be able to:• Identify different states of matter in everyday  object...
solid, liquid or gas?Source• Lindsay D, TES  http://www.tes.co.uk/MyPublicProfile.  aspx?uc=1227831&event=21
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    1. 1. solid, liquid or gas?What to do:1. Quickly copy down these boxes2. Write down your answers and ideas into the boxesafter looking at each of the slides.3. Bonus: Write down things that you’re not sure about todiscuss in class.SOLID LIQUID GAS
    2. 2. solid, liquid or gas?
    3. 3. solid, liquid or gas?
    4. 4. solid, liquid or gas?
    5. 5. solid, liquid or gas? 1 ?? Jean Ryder/DHD Multimedia Gallery http://gallery.hd.org/
    6. 6. solid, liquid or gas? 2? ? Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
    7. 7. solid, liquid or gas? 3 ? James Gray/DHD Multimedia Gallery http://gallery.hd.org/
    8. 8. solid, liquid or gas? 4Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
    9. 9. solid, liquid or gas? 5
    10. 10. solid, liquid or gas? 6 100 oC? ? Peter Hollamby
    11. 11. solid, liquid or gas? 7
    12. 12. solid, liquid or gas? 8?
    13. 13. solid, liquid or gas? 9 Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
    14. 14. solid, liquid or gas? 10?? Mike Thompson www.chem-pics.co.uk
    15. 15. solid, liquid or gas? 11?? ? Peter Hollamby
    16. 16. solid, liquid or gas? 12 ? ? ? Peter Hollamby
    17. 17. solid, liquid or gas?neat rows runny fixed shape gas hardsolid liquid particles spread out change shape
    18. 18. solid, liquid or gas?Now we know what solids, liquids and gases are like What makes them the way they are? Why are solids hard? Why can i walk through a gas? Why can i pour liquids?
    19. 19. solid, liquid or gas?Is there an in-between?
    20. 20. solid, liquid or gas?How are particles arranged?
    21. 21. solid, liquid or gas? What is your starting level?To be able to:• Identify different states of matter in everyday objects (Level 3)• Describe the difference in structure of solids, liquids and gases using correct words (Level 4)• Use the particle model to explain the physical characteristics of solids, liquids and gases (Levels 5-6)
    22. 22. solid, liquid or gas?Source• Lindsay D, TES http://www.tes.co.uk/MyPublicProfile. aspx?uc=1227831&event=21
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