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Matter Energy Unit Review 2013 Matter Energy Unit Review 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • Review Matter & Energy ~Review~
  • Think-Group-Share Study • Matter and Energy Foldable (Page 14) • Matter and Energy Cornell Notes (Page 15) • Mass: What is it? Graphic Organizer (Page 17) • Volume: What is it? Graphic Organizer (Page 19) • Properties of Matter Graphic Organizer (Page 21)
  • Matter and Energy Foldable Page 14
  • Matter and Energy Foldable Page 14
  • Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/2013 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.
  • Cornell Notes Cue Column Question Notes Column (Answers) Title: Matter and Energy Date: 8/2013 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.
  • Class Work Page 17
  • Class Work Page 19
  • Properties of Matter Graphic Organizer Page 21
  • 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.
  • Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?
  • Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?  matter and energy
  • What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
  • Think-Group-Share What is matter?
  • Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
  • What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
  • Think-Group-Share What is energy?
  • Think-Group-Share What is energy?  The part of the universe which is not matter.
  • 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.
  • Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.
  • Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.  mass and volume
  • What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
  • B. Energy does not take up space (volume). What is energy?
  • Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.
  • Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.  change  move  work
  • How does energy affect matter? IV. Energy makes matter change, move, and do work . change move work
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a liquid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a liquid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • V. The volumes of liquids are measured using a graduated cylinder. graduated cylinders How is volume measured?
  • Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • I. Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. What is mass?
  • Think-Group-Share What is volume?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • Think-Group-Share What is volume?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • What is volume? I. Volume is the amount of space an object or organism takes up.
  • Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object or organism  B. the amount of space an object or organism takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object or organism
  • A. Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. What is weight?
  • Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of mass?  kilogram  liter  meter  gram  second  milligram
  • Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of mass?  kilogram  liter  meter  gram  second  milligram
  • What are the SI units for measuring mass? III. There are 3 main SI units for measuring mass. A. They are: • kilogram (kg) • gram (g) • milligram (mg)
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a regular solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a regular solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula  water displacement  reading a graduated cylinder
  • B. Volumes of regular solids are calculated using a formula. Volume (box) = length X width X height How is volume measured? Volume (ball) = 4/3 X pi X radius3
  • Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of volume?  kilogram  liter  gram  milliliter  second  milligram  cubic centimeter
  • Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of volume?  kilogram  liter  gram  milliliter  second  milligram  cubic centimeter
  • What are the SI units for measuring volume? II. There are 3 commonly used SI units for measuring volume: • liter (L) • milliliter (mL) • cubic centimeter (cc) (solids) ( 1 cubic centimeter = 1 milliliter)
  • Think-Group-Share Which does not change unless the object or organism changes?  mass  weight
  • Think-Group-Share Which does not change unless the object or organism changes?  mass  weight
  • A. Mass does not change unless the object or organism changes. What is mass?
  • Think-Group-Share Which changes when gravity changes?  mass  weight
  • Think-Group-Share Which changes when gravity changes?  mass  weight
  • C. Weight changes when you move to a place with different gravity. What is weight?
  • Think-Group-Share Which tools are used to measure mass?  balance  ruler  spring scale  graduated cylinder  pipette
  • Think-Group-Share Which tools are used to measure mass?  balance  ruler  spring scale  graduated cylinder  pipette
  • What tools are used to measure mass? IV. To measure mass scientists use: - balance - spring scale
  • Think-Group-Share How much mass does this triple beam balance show?
  • Think-Group-Share How much mass does this triple beam balance show?  Mass = 100 + 10 + 4.3 = 114.3
  • Think-Group-Share What is the formula for measuring the volume of a box?
  • Think-Group-Share What is the formula for measuring the volume of a box?  volume = length x width x height
  • B. Then volumes are calculated using a formula. Volume (box) = length X width X height How is volume measured?
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of an irregular solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of an irregular solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • How is volume measured? VII. The volumes of irregularly shaped solids can be measured using water displacement. volume of pebbles
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a fine solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • Think-Group-Share What method is used to measure the volume of a fine solid? A. measurement and calculation with a formula B. water displacement C. reading a graduated cylinder
  • V. The volumes of fine solids are measured using a graduated cylinder. graduated cylinders How is volume measured?
  • Think-Group-Share Which tools are used to measure volume?  balance  ruler  spring scale  graduated cylinder  pipette
  • Think-Group-Share Which tools are used to measure volume?  balance  ruler  spring scale  graduated cylinder  pipette
  • What tools are used to measure volume? III. To measure volume scientists use: - graduated cylinders - metric rulers - pipettes
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this graduated cylinder?
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this graduated cylinder?  48 mL
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this regular solid? 25 cm 3 cm 2 cm
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this regular solid? 25 cm 3 cm 2 cm  150 cm3
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this object?
  • Think-Group-Share Question: What is the volume of this object?  35 mL
  • Think-Group-Share What are properties of matter? A. Characteristics that change matter. B. Characteristics that identify matter.
  • Think-Group-Share What are properties of matter? A. Characteristics that change matter. B. Characteristics that identify matter.
  • What are properties of matter? A. Properties are characteristics that identify matter.
  • Think-Group-Share What are the two types of properties of matter?  A. physical and chemical  B. energy and matter
  • Think-Group-Share What are the two types of properties of matter?  A. physical and chemical  B. energy and matter
  • What are the types of properties? III. There are two types of properties: physical and chemical. physical chemical
  • Think-Group-Share What are physical properties? A. Properties that can be observed only when matter changes. B. Properties that can be observed without matter changing.
  • Think-Group-Share What are physical properties? A. Properties that can be observed only when matter changes. B. Properties that can be observed without matter changing.
  • What are physical properties? IV. Physical properties can be observed without changing matter into something new. water wood
  • Think-Group-Share Name one physical property.
  • Think-Group-Share Name one physical property.  color  texture  odor  melting temperature freezing temperature  hardness  taste  magnetism
  • What are the properties of matter? V. Some examples of physical properties of matter are: A. color B. texture C. odor D. density
  • What are the properties of matter? V. Some examples of physical properties of matter are: E. transparency F. melting temperature G. freezing temperature H. shape
  • Think-Group-Share What are chemical properties? A. Properties that can be observed only when matter changes. B. Properties that can be observed without matter changing.
  • Think-Group-Share What are chemical properties? A. Properties that can be observed only when matter changes. B. Properties that can be observed without matter changing.
  • What are the chemical properties? VI. Chemical properties can only be seen when matter changes into something new. wood =+ carbon water + = hydrogen oxygen
  • Think-Group-Share Name one chemical property.
  • Think-Group-Share Name one chemical property.  flammability (ability to catch fire)  oxidation (ability to rust or tarnish)  toxicity (poison)  acidity (acid, base, or neutral)  reactivity (ability to react)
  • What are examples of chemical properties? VII. Some examples of chemical properties of matter are: A. flammability (Will it catch fire?)
  • What are examples of chemical properties? VII. Some examples of chemical properties of matter are: B. Oxidation (Will it rust or tarnish?)
  • What are examples of chemical properties? VII. Some examples of chemical properties of matter are: C. Toxicity (Is it poison?)
  • What are examples of chemical properties? VII. Some examples of chemical properties of matter are: D. Acidity (Is it an acid?)
  • What are examples of chemical properties? VII. Some examples of chemical properties of matter are: E. Reactivity (Will it react with other things?)