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# Describing Matter Day 1a

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### Describing Matter Day 1a

1. 1. You Will Need: 1. Pencil, Colored Pencils, Rulers, Electronic Scale 2. Describing Matter a) Bookshelf – 2 pages 4 sides 3. Log #1 Update 4. Biotechnology Lab – Due NOW 1. Cover Page* 2. Lab sheets- pgs. 1-6, Ques. 1-3, #4 EC 3. Graph 4. Cornell Notes 5. Conclusion-Rough Draft w/highlighting 6. Final Draft
2. 2. Quick Writes will not be grade for points but for participation and honesty. 1. You are allowed to use your brain, any notes, labs or worksheets we have done in class. 2. You may not use your textbook or interactive reader. 3. You will have 8 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. 4. With a colored pencil, you will grade your own.
3. 3. 1.Matter: -anything that has mass and takes up space. By observing and measuring properties of different objects in this lesson, you will find that objects in our world have many different characteristics or traits. It is these descriptions that will help us classify and identify the best materials for different tasks.
4. 4. Objects can have properties including size, shape, color, temperature, flexibility and the ability to react with other substances. We observe and measure these properties using tools such as a meter tape, balances and thermometers. (senses)
5. 5. 1. Type of observation made about an object without actually “seeing” it. A. We can observe how other things react to the unseen matter B. We can measure what we can see C. We can observe the relationship between what we can see and what we can’t see D. We can describe, quantifiably and with our senses (except taste) E. Based on what we know about our world, we can make an educated guess by eliminating what the substance can’t be.
6. 6. Procedure: 1. Each person must complete the descriptions for each of the items in the Supply Bag A. Illustrate and Color Item B. Carefully complete a minimum of 2 observations for each observation box required. (Word Bank words are only suggestions….use the computers for additional words)Rock Sponge Brush Mirror Wood Block Plastic Spoon Whatzit Modeling Clay Metal Bolt Whatz It?
7. 7. Procedure: 1. Each person must complete the descriptions for each of the items in the Supply Bag A. Illustrate and Color Item B. Carefully complete a minimum of 2 observations for each observation box required. (Word Bank words are only suggestions….use the computers for additional words)Rock Sponge Brush Mirror Wood Block Plastic Spoon Whatzit Modeling Clay Metal Bolt Whatz It?
8. 8. Each Student in the Group: 1. Choose 2 items (No two people can have the same items) 1. One at a time; Present your findings to the rest of the group 2. Group members not presenting, listen to entire presentation as you look at your results for the item 3. Give the presenter feedback regarding accuracy of findings.
9. 9. Procedure: 1.Each person must complete the descriptions for each of the items in the Supply Bag 2. The group must sort the materials by placing the names in the items in the appropriate area of the Venn Diagrams 3.Each person must individually answer the analysis questions based on their observations and organization of information.
10. 10. Homework: None- Unless you owe me something. BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT! Please remind your parents.