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Matter and Energy Introduction Lessons

  1. 1. Matter & Energy
  2. 2. Lesson One • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Interactive Notebook Pages 13-15 • Matter and Energy Cryptogram – 2. Homework (Due: Monday 8/26/13) • Classroom Rules Fable – 3. Notes/PowerPoint • Matter and Energy – 4. Class Work • Matter and Energy Foldable – 5. Discovery Streaming Videos • Matter and Energy
  3. 3. Matter and Energy Cryptogram BellRinger
  4. 4. Bellringer
  5. 5. Homework: Monday 8/19/13 Homework Assigned: Monday 8/19/13 Due: Monday 8/26/13 Classroom Rules Fable Copy into your binder
  6. 6. Homework Homework: Write a Fable About a Classroom Rule Assigned: Monday 8/19/13 Due: Monday 8/26/13
  7. 7. Interactive Science Notebooks
  8. 8. Class Work Assignment: 1.Skip page 12 Page 12
  9. 9. Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out “Matter and Energy Sign” handout. 2. Paste it on the right hand side of your notebook on page 13. Page 13
  10. 10. Standard 3: Structure of Matter Standard 3: . Each of the more than 100 elements of matter has distinct properties and a distinct atomic structure. All forms of matter are composed of one or more of the elements. California Science Standard
  11. 11. California Science Standard Standard 5c: Chemical Reactions Students know chemical reactions usually liberate heat or absorb heat.
  12. 12. Content Objectives After this lesson you should be able to: 1. Define matter 2. Define energy 3. Describe the universe’s composition.
  13. 13. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Read and follow laboratory experiment instructions
  14. 14. Key Questions What is matter? What part of the universe is matter?
  15. 15. Discovery Streaming Matter & Energy Clip
  16. 16. Discovery Streaming Matter Intro Clip
  17. 17. Discovery Streaming Properties of Matter
  18. 18. Interactive Science Notebooks
  19. 19. Class Work Assignment: 1. Draw a Cornell Notes box on page 15 2.Use your Cornell Notes Guide Handout for reference. Page 15
  20. 20. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  21. 21. Matter and Energy Foldable Fold In Fold In
  22. 22. Matter and Energy Foldable
  23. 23. Matter and Energy Foldable
  24. 24. Class Work Assignme nt Paste the Matter and Energy foldable on the right edge of page 14 of your notebook. Page 14 Glue on back
  25. 25. Notes Matter & Energy
  26. 26. Cornell Notes Questions Notes/Answers Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Page 15
  27. 27. Question 1: What Makes up the Universe ?
  28. 28. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? Page 15
  29. 29. What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
  30. 30. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Page 15
  31. 31. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  32. 32. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?
  33. 33. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?  matter and energy
  34. 34. What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
  35. 35. Question 2: What is matter?
  36. 36. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Question 2: What is matter? Page 15
  37. 37. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
  38. 38. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Question 2: What is matter? Page 15 II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume). Examples:
  39. 39. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  40. 40. Matter and Energy Foldable
  41. 41. Matter and Energy Foldable
  42. 42. Matter and Energy Concept Map Definition of Matter
  43. 43. Matter and Energy Concept Map Definition of Matter Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space.)
  44. 44. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
  45. 45. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
  46. 46. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
  47. 47. Notes Matter & Energy
  48. 48. What is matter? A. Most of the universe is matter.
  49. 49. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Question 2: What is matter? Page 15 II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume). Examples: A. Most of the universe is matter.
  50. 50. Think-Group-Share What is most of the universe?
  51. 51. Think-Group-Share What is most of the universe?  Most of the universe is matter.
  52. 52. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  53. 53. Matter and Energy Foldable
  54. 54. Matter and Energy Foldable
  55. 55. Matter and Energy Foldable
  56. 56. Matter & Energy
  57. 57. Lesson Two • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Matter and Energy Cryptogram • Textbook Scavenger Hunt – 2. Homework (Due: Monday 8/26/13) • Classroom Rules Fable – 3. Interactive Notebook • Pages 14 and 15 – 4. Notes/PowerPoint • Matter and Energy – 5. Class Work • Matter and Energy Foldable – 6. Discovery Streaming/YouTube Videos
  58. 58. Matter and Energy Cryptogram BellRinger
  59. 59. Bellringer
  60. 60. Key Question What are the parts of my textbook?
  61. 61. Interactive Science Notebooks
  62. 62. Interactive Notebook Course Syllabus Assignment: 1.Cut out the “Textbook Scavenger Hunt Page 1”. 2. Paste it on the 3rd from the LAST page.
  63. 63. Interactive Notebook Course Syllabus Assignment: 1.Cut out the “Textbook Scavenger Hunt Page 2”. 2. Paste it on the 2nd from the LAST page.
  64. 64. Cooperative Work Textbook Scavenger Hunt BellRinger
  65. 65. Textbook Scavenger Hunt
  66. 66. Homework: Monday 8/19/13 Homework Assigned: Monday 8/19/13 Due: Monday 8/26/13 Classroom Rules Fable Copy into your binder
  67. 67. Homework Homework: Write a Fable About a Classroom Rule Assigned: Monday 8/19/13 Due: Monday 8/26/13
  68. 68. Standard 3: Structure of Matter Standard 3: . Each of the more than 100 elements of matter has distinct properties and a distinct atomic structure. All forms of matter are composed of one or more of the elements. California Science Standard
  69. 69. California Science Standard Standard 5c: Chemical Reactions Students know chemical reactions usually liberate heat or absorb heat.
  70. 70. Content Objectives After this lesson you should be able to: 1. Define energy 2. Define matter 3. Explain how energy affects matter.
  71. 71. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Read and follow laboratory experiment instructions
  72. 72. Review Matter & Energy ~Review~
  73. 73. Think-Group-Share Review • Matter and Energy Cornell Notes (Page 15) • Matter and Energy Foldable (Page 14)
  74. 74. Matter and Energy Foldable Page 14
  75. 75. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Question 2: What is matter? Page 15 II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume). Examples: A. Most of the universe is matter.
  76. 76. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  77. 77. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?
  78. 78. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?  matter and energy
  79. 79. What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
  80. 80. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
  81. 81. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
  82. 82. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and volume (takes up space ).
  83. 83. Think-Group-Share What is most of the universe?
  84. 84. Think-Group-Share What is most of the universe?  Most of the universe is matter.
  85. 85. What is matter? A. Most of the universe is matter.
  86. 86. Key Questions What is energy? How does energy affect matter?
  87. 87. Discovery Streaming Video What is Energy?
  88. 88. Discovery Streaming Video Basics of Physics: Exploring Energy?
  89. 89. Discovery Streaming Video Elements of Physics: Energy and Power
  90. 90. Discovery Streaming Video Getting to Know Energy
  91. 91. Notes Matter & Energy
  92. 92. Question 3: What is energy?
  93. 93. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Page 15
  94. 94. What is energy? III. Energy is the part of the universe which is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun.
  95. 95. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Page 15 III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun.
  96. 96. Think-Group-Share What is energy?
  97. 97. Think-Group-Share What is energy?  The part of the universe that is not matter.
  98. 98. What is energy? III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun.
  99. 99. Notes Matter & Energy
  100. 100. What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
  101. 101. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Page 15 III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass.
  102. 102. B. Energy does not take up space. What is energy?
  103. 103. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Page 15 III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space.
  104. 104. What is energy? C. Energy can move .
  105. 105. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Page 15 III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  106. 106. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.
  107. 107. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.  mass and volume
  108. 108. What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
  109. 109. B. Energy does not take up space. What is energy?
  110. 110. Notes Matter & Energy
  111. 111. Question 4: How does energy affect matter?
  112. 112. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Question 4: How does energy affect matter? Page 15 III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  113. 113. How does energy affect matter? IV. Energy affects matter and how it behaves . change move work
  114. 114. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Question 4: How does energy affect matter? Page 15 IV. Energy affects matter and how it behaves. III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  115. 115. What is energy? A. Energy makes matter move and do work.
  116. 116. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Question 4: How does energy affect matter? Page 15 IV. Energy affects matter and how it behaves. A. Energy makes matter move and do work. III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  117. 117. What is energy? B. Energy makes matter change.
  118. 118. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Question 4: How does energy affect matter? Page 15 IV. Energy affects matter and how it behaves. A. Energy makes matter move and do work. B. Energy makes matter change. III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  119. 119. Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.
  120. 120. Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.  change  move  do work
  121. 121. How does energy affect matter? Energy makes matter change, move, and do work . change move work
  122. 122. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  123. 123. Matter and Energy Foldable
  124. 124. Matter and Energy Foldable
  125. 125. Matter and Energy Concept Map Definition of Energy
  126. 126. Matter and Energy Concept Map Definition of Energy Has no mass or volume. Makes matter work, move or change.
  127. 127. Matter & Energy
  128. 128. Lesson Three • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross • Textbook Scavenger Hunt – 2. Homework (Due: Tuesday 9/3/13) • Textbook • Read: Pages 6-15 • Answer: Section Reviews Pages 9 & 15 – 3. Laboratory Investigation • How Does Energy Move? – 4. Notes/PowerPoint • Matter and Energy – 5. Class Work • Matter and Energy Foldable – 6. Discovery Streaming/YouTube Videos
  129. 129. Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross BellRinger
  130. 130. Bellringer
  131. 131. Key Question What are the parts of my textbook?
  132. 132. Cooperative Work Textbook Scavenger Hunt BellRinger
  133. 133. Textbook Scavenger Hunt
  134. 134. Homework: Monday 8/19/13 Turn in Homework Assigned: Monday 8/19/13 Due: Monday 8/26/13 Classroom Rules Fable
  135. 135. Homework: Monday 8/26/13 Homework Assigned: Monday 8/26/13 Due: Tuesday 9/3/13 Read: Pages 6-15 (Textbook) Answer: Section Reviews, Pages 9 & 15 Copy into your binder
  136. 136. Standard 3: Structure of Matter Standard 3: . Each of the more than 100 elements of matter has distinct properties and a distinct atomic structure. All forms of matter are composed of one or more of the elements. California Science Standard
  137. 137. California Science Standard Standard 5c: Chemical Reactions Students know chemical reactions usually liberate heat or absorb heat.
  138. 138. Content Objectives After this lesson you should be able to: 1. Define energy 2. Explain how energy affects matter. 3. Identify seven forms of energy. 4. Demonstrate how energy moves.
  139. 139. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Read and follow laboratory experiment instructions
  140. 140. Key Questions What is energy? How does energy affect matter? What are common forms of energy?
  141. 141. Review Matter & Energy ~Review~
  142. 142. Think-Group-Share Review • Matter and Energy Cornell Notes (Page 15) • Matter and Energy Foldable (Page 14)
  143. 143. Matter and Energy Foldable Page 14
  144. 144. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 1: What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. Question 2: What is matter? Page 15 II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume). Examples: A. Most of the universe is matter.
  145. 145. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 3: What is energy? Question 4: How does energy affect matter? Page 15 IV. Energy affects matter and how it behaves. A. Energy makes matter move and do work. B. Energy makes matter change. III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun. A. Energy does not have mass. B. Energy does not take up space. C. Energy can move.
  146. 146. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  147. 147. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?
  148. 148. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?  matter and energy
  149. 149. What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
  150. 150. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
  151. 151. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
  152. 152. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
  153. 153. Think-Group-Share What is energy?
  154. 154. Think-Group-Share What is energy?  The part of the universe that is not matter.
  155. 155. What is energy? III. Energy is the part of the universe that is not matter. Most of the energy in our solar system comes from the Sun.
  156. 156. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.
  157. 157. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.  mass and volume
  158. 158. What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
  159. 159. B. Energy does not take up space (volume). What is energy?
  160. 160. Notes Matter & Energy
  161. 161. Question 5: What are common forms of energy?
  162. 162. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 5: What are common forms of energy? Page 15
  163. 163. What are common forms of energy? A. Light B. Heat C. Electricity D. Sound V. Energy comes in many different forms.
  164. 164. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 5: What are common forms of energy? Page 15 V. Energy comes in many different forms. A. light B. heat C. electricity D. sound
  165. 165. What is energy? E. Chemical Energy F. Nuclear Energy G. Kinetic Energy F. Energy comes in many different forms. V. Energy comes in many different forms.
  166. 166. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 5: What are common forms of energy? Page 15 V. Energy comes in many different forms. A. light E. chemical energy B. heat F. nuclear energy C. electricity G. kinetic energy D. sound
  167. 167. Think-Group-Share What are 7 common forms of energy?
  168. 168. Think-Group-Share What are 7 common forms of energy? kinetic energy sound chemical energy light nuclear energy heat electricity
  169. 169. Notes Matter & Energy
  170. 170. What is energy? light F. Energy comes in many different forms. H. One form of Energy can change into another form. heat electricity
  171. 171. Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/22/2013 Question 5: What are common forms of energy? Page 15 V. Energy comes in many different forms. A. light E. chemical energy B. heat F. nuclear energy C. electricity G. kinetic energy D. sound H. One form of energy can change into another form.
  172. 172. Think-Group-Share How do forms of energy change?
  173. 173. Think-Group-Share How do forms of energy change?  One form of energy can change into another form
  174. 174. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  175. 175. Matter and Energy Foldable
  176. 176. Matter and Energy Concept Map
  177. 177. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity
  178. 178. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity
  179. 179. You Tube Video Electricity: Amazing Lightning Storm Strikes 8 Times
  180. 180. You Tube Video Electricity: Lightening Storms Around the World
  181. 181. Discovery Streaming Electricity: Mythbusters Lightning Safety
  182. 182. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did electricity change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  183. 183. How does energy move? Laboratory Investigation
  184. 184. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: Why did the energy stick activate when we held hands Why did it stop when we let go? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  185. 185. Notes Matter & Energy
  186. 186. Question 5: What are common forms of energy?
  187. 187. What are common forms of energy? A. Light B. Heat C. Electricity D. Sound V. Energy comes in many different forms.
  188. 188. What is energy? E. Chemical Energy F. Nuclear Energy G. Kinetic Energy F. Energy comes in many different forms. V. Energy comes in many different forms.
  189. 189. What is energy? light F. Energy comes in many different forms. H. One form of Energy can change into another form. heat electricity
  190. 190. Matter and Energy Concept Map Light Electricity
  191. 191. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light
  192. 192. You Tube Video Light: Laser Harp Fully Functional
  193. 193. You Tube Video Light: Laser Harp Malfunction Jeanne Michel Jarre
  194. 194. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did light change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  195. 195. Matter and Energy Concept Map Kinetic Energy
  196. 196. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light Kinetic Energy
  197. 197. You Tube Video Kinetic Energy: Crazy Windmills
  198. 198. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did kinetic energy change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  199. 199. Matter and Energy Concept Map Kinetic Energy Sound
  200. 200. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light Kinetic Energy Sound
  201. 201. You Tube Video Sound: Doppler Effect Shock Wave and Sonic Boom (7:30)
  202. 202. Discovery Streaming Sound: Mythbusters Breaking Glass
  203. 203. YouTube Sound: A Mythbusters Glass Shattering Montage
  204. 204. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did sound change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  205. 205. Matter and Energy Concept Map Nuclear Energy
  206. 206. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light Kinetic Energy Sound Nuclear Energy
  207. 207. You Tube Video Nuclear Energy: Nuclear Bomb Montage
  208. 208. You Tube Video Nuclear Energy: Nuclear and Hydrogen Explosions
  209. 209. You Tube Video Nuclear Energy: 10 Nuclear Explosions
  210. 210. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did nuclear energy change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  211. 211. Matter and Energy Concept Map Nuclear Energy Heat
  212. 212. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light Kinetic Energy Sound Nuclear Energy Heat
  213. 213. Matter and Energy Concept Map Chemical Energy
  214. 214. Matter and Energy Concept Map Electricity Light Kinetic Energy Sound Nuclear Energy Heat Chemical Energy
  215. 215. You Tube Video Chemical Energy: TLC: Largest Non Nuclear Explosions (0:59)
  216. 216. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: What other forms of energy did nuclear energy change into? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  217. 217. Think-Group-Share What are 7 common forms of energy?
  218. 218. Think-Group-Share What are 7 common forms of energy? kinetic energy sound chemical energy light nuclear energy heat electrical energy
  219. 219. Matter and Energy Foldable Class Work
  220. 220. Matter and Energy Foldable
  221. 221. Matter and Energy Foldable
  222. 222. Disney Video Bill Nye: Energy

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