California Science StandardStandard 3: States of Matter:Standard 3D: Students knowthe states of matter (solid, liquid,gas) depend on molecular motion.
California Science StandardStandard 3: States of Matter:Standard 3E: Students know that in solidsthe atoms are closely locked in positionand can only vibrate; in liquids the atomsand molecules are more looselyconnected and can collide with andmove past one another; and in gases theatoms and molecules are free to moveindependently, colliding frequently.
Content ObjectivesAfter this lesson I should be able to:1. Name the three states matter can exist in.2. Compare and contrast the properties of solids, liquids and gases.3. Compare and contrast the arrangement of molecules in solids, liquids & gases4. Compare and contrast the energy and motion of molecules in solids, liquids & gases
Language ObjectivesAfter this lesson I should be able to:1. Read and listen to a lecture and write Cornell notes.2. Watch a video and write the main ideas.3. Write a list of common solids,liquids and gases.