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Lesson plan 9 sci 22.5.13

1. 1. Lesson Plan Format:Unit/Topic/Title: Heat TransferAchievement Objectives:Appreciate that science is a way of explaining the world and that scienceknowledge changes over timeBegin to develop an understanding of the particle nature of matter and use this toexplain observed changesKey Competencies: Thinking; Using language, symbols and texts; Managingself; Relating to others; Participating and contributing (highlight teaching focus).Science Background Information: What science do I need to know?- Solid to gas: Sublimation- Solid to liquid: Melting- Liquid to gas: Evaporation- Liquid to solid: Crystallization, Solidifying- Gas to Liquid: Condensation- Gas to Solid: Deposition – Reverse SublimationDiffusion is the movement of particles from an area of high concentration to anarea of low concentration, until the concentration is equal-Examples includeCarbon dioxide bubbles in soft drinks diffuse out of your soda, leaving yoursoda flatCigarette smoke - it diffuses into the air and spreads throughout the roomSmells from a deodorant canChlorine in a swimming poolExamples of Radiation sun, light bulb, camp fire (warmer than surroundings)Examples of Convection wind, surface of swimming pool being warmer, heatpumps, fan bake in over, occurs in fluids (fluid movement)Examples of Conduction surface to surface, transfer through surface, element,ice on hand, fire on hand, (surface heat transfer)Specific Learning Outcomes:By the end of the lesson, studentswill be able to:Define the three modes of heat transferAchievement Criteria:By the end of the lesson studentscan:State the three methods of heattransfer being conduction, convectionand radiationDate:22/5/13 Class:9Sci Time 08:40 N/- students:30