Warm up<br />What is the first thing you should do when instructed to read from a textbook?<br />After you outline your re...
Warm-Up<br />From your reading of 1.1, how would you describe matter?<br />
What is Matter?<br />Chapter 1; Section 1<br />Pages 4-10<br />
Everything on Earth is made of MATTER.<br />All Matter has:<br />Mass<br />Volume<br />
Is air made up of matter?  Why or why not?<br />Watch the teacher demo.<br />
Warm-Up<br />What 2 properties do all the things in these pictures have in common?<br />What is matter?<br />
Mass<br />The constant amount of matter something is made of<br />Measured on a ___________________<br />Measured in _____...
If an object has a mass of 1 kg on Earth, what would its mass be on the moon?<br />
Inertia<br /><ul><li>Objects resistance to moving
Objects with _____________ mass are harder to get moving than objects with ___________ mass
Mass is a measure of inertia</li></ul>Larger<br />Smaller<br />
Would it be more difficult to kick a soccer ball or a bowling ball into motion?<br />Why?<br />
Gravity<br />The force of attraction, “pull” between objects<br />due to mass<br />Attraction depends on mass and distance...
Gravity<br />Which has the largest gravity and why?<br />
Gravity<br />List the objects on this page in order from least to greatest gravitational attraction to Earth.  Explain why...
Warm-Up<br />How is inertia related to mass?<br />Which of these pictures has the greatest inertia? Why?<br />
Weight<br />measure of the pull/force of gravity on an object’s mass<br /><ul><li>=Mass times the force of gravity (Wt=m*g)
Gravity (g) on Earth=9.8 N/kg
Measured in Newtons (N) on a Spring Scale
Changes with change of location</li></li></ul><li>Weight<br /><ul><li>Example:
If an object has a mass of 50kg on Earth, what is its weight?
Wt = m * g
Wt = (50kg)(9.8N/kg)
Wt = 490 N</li></li></ul><li>Mass and Weight:<br /><ul><li>What is the mass of the wooden block Mrs. Lock has?
How much should that block weigh? (we are on Earth, so gravity is 9.8 N/kg)</li></li></ul><li>What is the difference betwe...
Complete the Weight<br />Paper that Mrs. Lock <br />gave you.<br />Work with your partner.<br />
Warm-Up<br />What are some differences between mass and weight?<br />What are some similarities between mass and weight?<b...
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  1. 1. Warm up<br />What is the first thing you should do when instructed to read from a textbook?<br />After you outline your reading in a textbook, what should you do next?<br />What is the last thing you should do when reading a text that will help the information stick into your brain?<br />
  2. 2. Warm-Up<br />From your reading of 1.1, how would you describe matter?<br />
  3. 3. What is Matter?<br />Chapter 1; Section 1<br />Pages 4-10<br />
  4. 4. Everything on Earth is made of MATTER.<br />All Matter has:<br />Mass<br />Volume<br />
  5. 5. Is air made up of matter? Why or why not?<br />Watch the teacher demo.<br />
  6. 6. Warm-Up<br />What 2 properties do all the things in these pictures have in common?<br />What is matter?<br />
  7. 7. Mass<br />The constant amount of matter something is made of<br />Measured on a ___________________<br />Measured in ____________________<br />Does NOT change when location changes<br />NOT the same as weight<br />Balance<br />Grams<br />
  8. 8. If an object has a mass of 1 kg on Earth, what would its mass be on the moon?<br />
  9. 9. Inertia<br /><ul><li>Objects resistance to moving
  10. 10. Objects with _____________ mass are harder to get moving than objects with ___________ mass
  11. 11. Mass is a measure of inertia</li></ul>Larger<br />Smaller<br />
  12. 12. Would it be more difficult to kick a soccer ball or a bowling ball into motion?<br />Why?<br />
  13. 13. Gravity<br />The force of attraction, “pull” between objects<br />due to mass<br />Attraction depends on mass and distance<br />Larger masses have greater gravity<br />Smaller distances have greater gravity<br />
  14. 14. Gravity<br />Which has the largest gravity and why?<br />
  15. 15. Gravity<br />List the objects on this page in order from least to greatest gravitational attraction to Earth. Explain why.<br />
  16. 16. Warm-Up<br />How is inertia related to mass?<br />Which of these pictures has the greatest inertia? Why?<br />
  17. 17. Weight<br />measure of the pull/force of gravity on an object’s mass<br /><ul><li>=Mass times the force of gravity (Wt=m*g)
  18. 18. Gravity (g) on Earth=9.8 N/kg
  19. 19. Measured in Newtons (N) on a Spring Scale
  20. 20. Changes with change of location</li></li></ul><li>Weight<br /><ul><li>Example:
  21. 21. If an object has a mass of 50kg on Earth, what is its weight?
  22. 22. Wt = m * g
  23. 23. Wt = (50kg)(9.8N/kg)
  24. 24. Wt = 490 N</li></li></ul><li>Mass and Weight:<br /><ul><li>What is the mass of the wooden block Mrs. Lock has?
  25. 25. How much should that block weigh? (we are on Earth, so gravity is 9.8 N/kg)</li></li></ul><li>What is the difference between Mass and Weight?<br />Make a Venn Diagram that gives some of the differences and similarities between mass and weight.<br />
  26. 26. Complete the Weight<br />Paper that Mrs. Lock <br />gave you.<br />Work with your partner.<br />
  27. 27. Warm-Up<br />What are some differences between mass and weight?<br />What are some similarities between mass and weight?<br />
  28. 28. Warm-Up<br />Mass of an object =10 kg<br />What is the weight of the object on the moon (G=1.6 N/kg)?<br />What is the weight of the object on Venus (G=8.9 N/kg)?<br />
  29. 29. Volume<br />How much space something takes up<br />Measured with a ___________ ___________<br />Surface is curved; called a ____________<br />Read the _________ of the meniscus<br />Measured in _________<br />Graduated cylinder<br />Meniscus<br />Bottom<br />mL<br />
  30. 30. Listen to the sounds of the beakers as Mrs. Lock taps them.<br />What do you notice about their sounds?<br />What relationship can you make between volume and the sound the glass makes?<br />
  31. 31. The volume of a gas can be measured with a graduated cylinder.<br />If you know the volume of the sealed container a gas is in, you know the volume of the gas.<br />TRUE or FALSE<br />TRUE or FALSE<br />
  32. 32. Warm-Up<br />How do we find the volume of a regular solid like a block?<br />What is the relationship between 1 cm3 and 1 ml?<br />
  33. 33. Complete the Rainbow<br />Volume Activity that <br />Mrs. Lock <br />gave you.<br />Work with your partner.<br />
  34. 34. Warm-Up<br />What is 1 thing you learned a about matter?<br />What is 1 thing you still would like to know about matter?<br />

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