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2nd grade science properties of matter advanced presentation

  1. 1. 2nd Grade ScienceUnit 4: Properties of Matter By: Michelle Wexler ECE 8150: Dr. Warner
  2. 2. Table of Contents Where Can You Find Matter in the United States? I Can Statement Essential Question Essential Vocabulary Your Matter Task  What Will You Be Doing?  Matter Examples  Matter Attributes  How Will You Be Doing It?  Group Assignments  Solid Scientist Resources  Liquid Scientist Resources  Gas Scientist Resources  Book Resources in Our Library  Project Timeline  Week 1  Week 2  Rubric for Matter Project Good Luck Scientists!
  3. 3. Where Would You Find Matter in the United States? EVERYWHERE!!!
  4. 4. I Can StatementI can identify the three common states of matter as solid, liquid, or gas. Click the box to watch a matter video!
  5. 5. Essential Question Click the slide three times. Click the question mark tofind out the Essential Question!
  6. 6. Essential Vocabulary matter solid liquid gas evaporate EssentialVocabulary Termscondense property dissolve mass grams texture volume liter length mixture water vapor steam
  7. 7. Your Matter Task! What will you be doing for your matter task? The local high school will be hosting a sciencefair about matter. They emailed our school andasked that we contribute to the fair by creatingposters. They said they need posters that will showat least 2 examples each of solids, liquids, andgases. They also asked you to write at least 2attributes of each type of matter. Then they needyou to write the three states of matter on yourposter. You will present this to the high schoolstudents and our class on Day 10.
  8. 8. Your Matter Task!What will you be doing for your matter task? Click the slide once. Two Parts for Your Project Matter Examples Matter Attributes
  9. 9. Your Matter Task! What will you be doing for your matter task? Matter Examples1.2 10.80.60.4 Examples0.2 0 Solids Solids Liquids Liquids Gases Gases Example #1 Example #2 Example #1 Example #2 Example #1 Example #2
  10. 10. Your Matter Task!What will you be doing for your matter task? Click the slide once. Matter Attributes Solids Attribute #1 Solids Attribute #2 Liquids Attribute #1 Liquids Attribute #2 Gases Attribute #1 Gases Attribute #2
  11. 11. Your Matter Task! How will you do your matter task? Solid Liquid Gas Scientist Duties Scientist Duties Scientist Duties• Visit the “Solid Scientist • Visit the “Liquid Scientist • Visit the “Gas Scientist Resources” page Resources” page Resources” page• Identify at least two • Identify at least two • Identify at least two examples of solids examples of liquids examples of gases• Identify at least two • Identify at least two • Identify at least two physical attributes of physical attributes of physical attributes of solids liquids gases• Create a poster and write • Create a poster and write • Create a poster and write “Solids” at the top “Liquids” at the top “Gases” at the top• Combine your work with • Combine your work with • Combine your work with your other group your other group your other group members members members
  12. 12. Group AssignmentsAs a group, you will decide who is the scientist of each state of matter. If youcan’t decide, remember that you can use one of our three strategies: Roll the Dice, Rock-Paper-Scissors, or Guess My Number. Have fun and work hard! Kevin A. Mia Marvin Gabriel Jary Jonathan Rosa Michelle Rachel Jorge Litzy Piero Kevin M. Oscar Andrea Maddy Anderson Laura Carlos Aretta Jhaziry Benji David Nancy
  13. 13. Solid Scientist Resources Click the pictures to go to the websites!Brain Pop Jr. Video: Matter Vuvox: Solid Examples Dialogue for Kids: Matter AOL Kids: Matter Kids Science Experiments: YouTube video: Solid, Solids Liquid, Gas Song
  14. 14. Liquid Scientist Resources Click the pictures to go to the websites!Brain Pop Jr. Video: Matter Vuvox: Liquid Examples Dialogue for Kids: Matter AOL Kids: Matter Kids Science Experiments: YouTube video: Solid, Liquids Liquid, Gas Song
  15. 15. Gas Scientist Resources Click the pictures to go to the websites!Brain Pop Jr. Video: Matter Vuvox: Gas Examples Dialogue for Kids: Matter AOL Kids: Matter Kids Science Experiments: YouTube video: Solid, Gases Liquid, Gas Song
  16. 16. Book Resources in Our Library
  17. 17. Project Timeline – Week One Day 1 – Form matter project groups. Day 3 – Two Decide what examples of Day 5 – Use scientist you your state of your will be for the matter are resources and project. due. work hard. Day 2 – Use Day 4 – Use your your resources and resources and work hard. work hard.
  18. 18. Project Timeline – Week Two Day 6 – Two attributes of your Day 8 – Day 10 – Share your state of Work on posters with the high matter are your school students and due. poster. your class! Day 7 – Day 9 – Finish your Start poster. Combine the creating work of your group your members. Practice your poster. presentation.
  19. 19. Rubric for Matter Project Category 2 Points 1 Point 0 Points Total Number of Points Matter Titles on Each I wrote the title of I wrote the title of I did not write the my state of matter in my state of matter title of my state of Poster a neat way. in a messy way. matter. /22 Examples of Each Type I listed two examples I listed one example I did not list any for my state of for my state of examples for my of Matter matter. matter. state of matter. /2 2 Attributes for Each I listed two attributes I listed one attribute I did not list any for my state of for my state of attributes for my Type of Matter matter. matter. state of matter. /2 Participation I participated all or I participated some I did not participate most of the time of the time with my with my group. with my group. group. /2Sharing and Presenting I presented all of my I presented some of I did not present my information in a clear my information in a information in a Information way. clear way. clear way. /2Total Number of Points /10
  20. 20. Good Luck Scientists!

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