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  • Mass vs Weight 2013

    1. 1. Mass VS Weight
    2. 2. Lesson One • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Matter and Energy Cryptogram • Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross – 2. Homework (Due: Tuesday 9/3/13) • Read: Textbook Pages 6-15 • Answer: Section Reviews Pages 9 & 15 – 3. AVID Interactive Notebook • Page 17 – 4. Notes/PowerPoint • Matter and Energy – 5. Class Work/Cooperative Learning • What is Matter Graphic Organizer – 6. Lab Investigations/Cooperative Learning • Is Air Matter? • Using a Spring Scale
    3. 3. Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross BellRinger
    4. 4. Bellringer
    5. 5. Matter and Energy Cryptogram BellRinger
    6. 6. Bellringer
    7. 7. Cooperative Work Textbook Scavenger Hunt BellRinger
    8. 8. Textbook Scavenger Hunt
    9. 9. AVID Interactive Science Notebooks
    10. 10. Class Work Assignment: 1.Cut out the “Mass Lab Investigation”. 2. Paste it on the left hand side of your notebook on page 16. Page 16
    11. 11. Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the “Mass- Weight Graphic Organizer”. 2. Paste it on the right hand side of your notebook on page 17. Page 17
    12. 12. 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
    13. 13. 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
    14. 14. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Define mass 2. Define weight 3. Compare and Contrast mass and weight
    15. 15. 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
    16. 16. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Questions What are mass and weight? How are mass and weight different?
    17. 17. Review Matter & Energy ~Review~
    18. 18. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
    19. 19. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
    20. 20. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
    21. 21. Think-Group-Share How much of the universe is matter?
    22. 22. Think-Group-Share How much of the universe is matter?  Most of the universe is matter.
    23. 23. What is matter? A. Most of the universe is matter.
    24. 24. Think-Group-Share What is energy?
    25. 25. Think-Group-Share What is energy?  The part of the universe that is not matter.
    26. 26. 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.
    27. 27. Think-Group-Share What 2 things does energy not have?
    28. 28. Think-Group-Share What 2 things does energy not have?  mass and volume
    29. 29. What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
    30. 30. B. Energy does not take up space (volume.) What is energy?
    31. 31. Mass VS Weight Notes
    32. 32. Question 1: What is mass?
    33. 33. I. Mass is the amount of matter (substance) in an object or organism (living thing). What is mass?
    34. 34. A. Mass does not change unless the object or organism changes. What is mass?
    35. 35. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    36. 36. Class Work Page 17
    37. 37. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Page 17
    38. 38. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer The amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17
    39. 39. I. Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. What is mass?
    40. 40. Mass VS Weight Notes
    41. 41. Question 2: What is weight?
    42. 42. What is weight? II. Mass and weight are different things.
    43. 43. A. Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. What is weight?
    44. 44. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    45. 45. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer The amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17
    46. 46. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer The amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 The pull of gravity on an object or organism.
    47. 47. 1. Gravity is the force that pulls objects toward each other. What is weight?
    48. 48. B. Weight depends on how much gravity is pulling that object. What is weight?
    49. 49. C. Weight changes when you move to a place with different gravity. What is weight?
    50. 50. Weight and Mass Difference Clip United Streaming Video
    51. 51. Weight in Space Video Clip United Streaming Video
    52. 52. Lab Safety Rules With help from Sponge Bob and the Bikini Bottom Gang
    53. 53. Safety Lab Music Video YouTube Video
    54. 54. Science Lab Safety Rules (Rap Music Video) YouTube Video
    55. 55. Is Air Matter? Laboratory Experiment
    56. 56. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: Is air matter? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    57. 57. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Hypothesis Is Air matter? Write your team hypothesis on your answer board.
    58. 58. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
    59. 59. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Matter is anything that has mass and volume.
    60. 60. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
    61. 61. Analyzing Energy • Think about this question: How would you be able to tell if air is matter? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    62. 62. Is Air Matter? Laboratory Experiment
    63. 63. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure A. Tape an uninflated balloon to the end of the straw using the tape provided.
    64. 64. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure A. Tape an uninflated balloon to the end of the straw using the tape provided.
    65. 65. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Why do the two balloons balance?
    66. 66. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure B. Remove the second balloon.
    67. 67. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure C. Carefully blow air into the balloon to inflate it. Air
    68. 68. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Does air have volume (take up space)? Air
    69. 69. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure D. Tape the inflated balloon to the other end of the straw.
    70. 70. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure E. Hold the apparatus by the paper clip handle.
    71. 71. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Do the balloons balance?
    72. 72. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure What is pulling the balloons down?
    73. 73. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure What is pulling the balloons down? Gravity Gravity
    74. 74. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Do the balloons balance?
    75. 75. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure What does this tell you about the mass of the 2 balloons?
    76. 76. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Are the masses (weights) of the two balloons the same?
    77. 77. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Does air have mass? How do you know?
    78. 78. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Does air have volume (take up space)? How do you know? Air
    79. 79. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure Is air matter? Explain your answer.
    80. 80. Laboratory Investigation Is Air Matter? III. Procedure F. Carefully remove the inflated balloon and pop it.
    81. 81. Matter & Energy
    82. 82. Mass VS Weight
    83. 83. Lesson Two • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Matter and Energy Key Ideas Cryptogram • Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross – 2. Homework (Due: Monday 9/9/13) • Read: Textbook Pages 16-26 • Answer: Section Reviews Page 26 – 3. AVID Interactive Notebook • Page 17 – 4. Notes/PowerPoint • Matter and Energy – 5. Class Work/Cooperative Learning • What is Matter Graphic Organizer – 6. Lab Investigations/Cooperative Learning • Using a Triple Beam Balance • Using a Spring Scale
    84. 84. Matter and Energy Key Ideas Cryptogram BellRinger
    85. 85. Bellringer
    86. 86. Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross BellRinger
    87. 87. Bellringer
    88. 88. Cooperative Work Textbook Scavenger Hunt BellRinger
    89. 89. Textbook Scavenger Hunt
    90. 90. Homework: Tuesday 9/3/13 Homework Assigned: Tuesday 9/3/13 Due: Monday 9/9/13 Read: Pages 16-26 (Textbook) Answer: Section Review, Page 26 Copy into your binder
    91. 91. 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
    92. 92. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Identify tools used to measure mass. 2. Make mass measurements using a spring scale. 3. Read mass measurements on a triple beam balance.
    93. 93. 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
    94. 94. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Questions What are mass and weight? How is mass measured?
    95. 95. Mass VS Weight ~Review~ Review
    96. 96. Class Work Page 17
    97. 97. Think-Group-Share What is mass?
    98. 98. Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    99. 99. Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    100. 100. I. Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. What is mass?
    101. 101. Think-Group-Share Does mass change?
    102. 102. Think-Group-Share Does mass change when you move to a different location?  Yes.  No.
    103. 103. Think-Group-Share Does mass change when you move to a different location?  Yes.  No.
    104. 104. A. Mass does not change unless the object or organism changes. What is mass?
    105. 105. Think-Group-Share What is weight?
    106. 106. Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    107. 107. Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    108. 108. A. Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. What is weight?
    109. 109. A. Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. What is weight?
    110. 110. Think-Group-Share Does weight change?
    111. 111. Think-Group-Share Does weight change when you move to a different location?  Yes.  No.
    112. 112. Think-Group-Share Does weight change when you move to a different location?  Yes.  No.
    113. 113. B. Weight depends on how much gravity is pulling that object. What is weight?
    114. 114. C. Weight changes when you move to a place with different gravity. What is weight?
    115. 115. Mass VS Weight Notes
    116. 116. 1. Objects with more mass have more gravity. What is weight? The Moon is 1/6 the size of Earth, so it has 1/6 the gravity of Earth. Earth Jupiter has the greatest gravity of any planet, because it is largest. It is 300 times larger than Earth. Your Weight on Other Worlds Moon The gravity of Earth changes slightly on mountains and valleys. Jupiter
    117. 117. Mass and Weight Think-Group-Share • Think about this question: Would a person’s weight be more or less on the moon? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    118. 118. 2. An object weighs less on the moon than on Earth. What is weight? 30 pounds on the moon 180 pounds on Earth Your Weight on Other Worlds
    119. 119. Mass and Weight Think-Group-Share • Think about this question: Would a person’s weight be more or less on Jupiter? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    120. 120. 2. An object weighs more on Jupiter than on Earth. What is weight? 180 pounds on Earth 426 pounds on Jupiter Your Weight on Other Worlds
    121. 121. 2. An object weighs less on the moon and more on Jupiter. What is weight? 30 pounds on the moon 180 pounds on Earth 426 pounds on Jupiter Your Weight on Other Worlds
    122. 122. Mass and Weight Think-Group-Share • Think about this question: What would a person’s weight be in space? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    123. 123. 3. There is no gravity in space so objects weigh zero in space (weightless). What is weight? Your Weight on Other Worlds 180 pounds on Earth 0 pounds in space
    124. 124. D. Mass and weight are equal on Earth. What is weight? Your Weight on Other Worlds Mass = 180 pounds on Earth Weight = 180 pounds on Earth
    125. 125. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    126. 126. Class Work Page 17
    127. 127. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism.
    128. 128. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth
    129. 129. Think-Group-Share Where are mass and weight equal?
    130. 130. Think-Group-Share Where are mass and weight equal?  on earth
    131. 131. D. Mass and weight are equal on Earth. What is weight? Your Weight on Other Worlds Mass = 180 pounds on Earth Weight = 180 pounds on Earth
    132. 132. Mass VS Weight Notes
    133. 133. Question 3: What are the commonly used SI units for measuring mass?
    134. 134. What are the SI units for measuring mass? III. There are 3 main SI units for measuring mass.
    135. 135. What are the SI units for measuring mass? A. They are: • kilogram (kg) • gram (g) • milligram (mg)
    136. 136. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    137. 137. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth
    138. 138. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth milligram gram kilogram
    139. 139. Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of mass?  kilogram  liter  meter  gram  second  milligram
    140. 140. Think-Group-Share Which are SI units of mass?  kilogram  liter  meter  gram  second  milligram
    141. 141. Mass VS Weight Notes
    142. 142. Question 4: What tools are used to measure mass?
    143. 143. What tools are used to measure mass? IV. To measure mass scientists use: - balance - spring scale
    144. 144. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    145. 145. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth milligram gram kilogram
    146. 146. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth milligram gram kilogram spring scale
    147. 147. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. Page 17 Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. On Earth milligram gram kilogram spring scale triple beam balance
    148. 148. Using a Spring Scale Laboratory Experiment
    149. 149. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 1. Carefully remove the spring scale from the box.
    150. 150. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 2. Remove scale from tub.
    151. 151. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 3. Place tub on scale.
    152. 152. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 4. Pour the bag of pebbles into the tub of the scale.
    153. 153. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 5. Read the mass shown on the scale.
    154. 154. Mass and Weight Practice • Think about this question: What is the mass of the pebbles? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    155. 155. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 6. Put the pebbles back into the bag
    156. 156. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 7. Carefully remove the tub and put scale into it.
    157. 157. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? Using a Spring Scale 8. Put the scale back into the box.
    158. 158. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance Class Activity
    159. 159. Laboratory Investigation Measure the masses of common objects in SI units. Answer questions about the measurements Triple Beam Balance
    160. 160. Class Work Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance Triple Beam Balance • It has 3 beams which hold weights. 100 200 300 400 10 20 30 40 1 2 3 4 10s 100s 1s
    161. 161. Class Work Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance Triple Beam Balance •Each line is .1 grams 2 g 1.3 g 1 g 1s
    162. 162. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the masses on the pictures of the triple beam balances and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your team’s answer when called on.
    163. 163. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance Class Activity
    164. 164. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 1
    165. 165. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 1 100s = ________________ 10s = ________________ 1s = ________________
    166. 166. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 1 100 + 40 3.7 ?
    167. 167. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 1 100 + 40 3.7 143.7
    168. 168. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 1 Mass = 100 + 40 + 3.7 = 143.7 100 + 40 3.7 143.7
    169. 169. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the masses on the pictures of the triple beam balances 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 answer board and holding it up.
    170. 170. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 3
    171. 171. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 3 Mass = 300 + 00 + 2.6 = 302.6 300 + 00 2.6 302.6
    172. 172. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 4
    173. 173. Practice Reading a Triple Beam Balance 4 Mass = 100 + 10 + 4.2 = 114.3 100 + 10 4.3 114.3
    174. 174. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    175. 175. Class Work Page 17
    176. 176. Independent Practice 1. Complete the practice on your graphic organizer. 2. Check with your partners for help.
    177. 177. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Page 17 On Earth
    178. 178. Matter & Energy
    179. 179. Mass VS Weight
    180. 180. Lesson Three • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Matter and Energy Key Ideas Cryptogram – 2. Homework (Due: Monday 9/9/13) • Read: Textbook Pages 16-26 • Answer: Section Reviews Page 26 – 3. Notes/PowerPoint: • Mass vs Weight – 4. Class Work/Cooperative Learning • Matter or Energy Activity • Matter and Energy/Mass and Weight Review – 5. Laboratory Experience • Measuring Mass of Common Materials
    181. 181. Matter and Energy Key Ideas Cryptogram BellRinger
    182. 182. Bellringer
    183. 183. Matter and Energy Review Criss Cross BellRinger
    184. 184. Bellringer
    185. 185. 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
    186. 186. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Identify tools used to measure mass. 2. Make measurements of mass using a triple beam balance.
    187. 187. 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
    188. 188. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Questions What are mass and weight? How is mass measured?
    189. 189. Lab Safety Rules With help from Sponge Bob and the Bikini Bottom Gang
    190. 190. Safety Lab Music Video YouTube Video
    191. 191. Science Lab Safety Rules (Rap Music Video) YouTube Video
    192. 192. 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
    193. 193. 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
    194. 194. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question How is mass measured using a balance?
    195. 195. Mass Vs Weight Graphic Organizer Class Work
    196. 196. Class Work Page 17
    197. 197. Independent Practice 1. Complete the practice on your graphic organizer. 2. Check with your partners for help.
    198. 198. Mass - Weight Graphic Organizer Page 17 On Earth
    199. 199. Practice Measuring Mass on a Triple Beam Balance Lab Investigation
    200. 200. Mass and Weight Practice • Think about this question: What is the mass of 4 highlighters? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    201. 201. Mass and Weight Practice • Think about this question: What is the mass of 3 scissors? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    202. 202. Mass and Weight Practice • Think about this question: What is the mass of 2 sheets of paper? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    203. 203. Mass and Weight Practice • Think about this question: What is the mass of a box of crayons? • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
    204. 204. Question 1: What are asteroids? Discovery Streaming Video Mythbusters: Franklin’s Kite
    205. 205. What are the masses of common materials? Laboratory Experiment
    206. 206. Class Work Page 16
    207. 207. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? I. Problem A. What are the masses of the same amounts of common materials in SI Units?
    208. 208. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? I. Problem B. How does the order of measured masses of materials compare to your estimated order?
    209. 209. Class Work Page 16
    210. 210. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? III. Hypothesis On your data sheet, put the materials in order by your estimated mass from heaviest to lightest.
    211. 211. Class Work Page 16
    212. 212. Class Work Page 16 materials
    213. 213. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? III. Hypothesis Estimate the mass of each of the materials. Put them in order by your estimated masses, heaviest to lightest. My Order of Materials Based on My Hypothesis of their Masses heaviest ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ lightest ____________________________ III. Hypothesis VI. Conclusion
    214. 214. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? IV. Experiment A. Materials 1. triple beam balance 2. 100 ml of various materials 3. lab instruction sheet
    215. 215. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? IV. Experiment B. Procedure 1. Using the triple beam balance measure the masses of 100 ml of the 8 materials. 2. Record your data.
    216. 216. Class Work Page 16
    217. 217. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? V. Collect and Analyze Data Measure the materials given using the triple beam balance. Record your data below. Materials to Measure Mass (g) 1. 100 ml of flour 2. 100 ml of sugar 3. 100 ml of sand 4. 100 ml of wood bark 5. 100 ml of glass beads 6. 100 ml of rubber stoppers 7. 100 ml of pebbles 8. 100 ml of plastic beads
    218. 218. Laboratory Experience What are the masses of common materials in SI units? VI. Conclusion Put the materials in order from heaviest to lightest using your measured masses. Compare the correct order with your prediction. Explain which of your estimated masses were correct & incorrect. My Order of Materials Based on My Hypothesis of their Masses The Order of Materials Using Actual Measured Masses heaviest ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ lightest ____________________________ heaviest ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ lightest ____________________________ III. Hypothesis VI. Conclusion
    219. 219. Interactive Science Notebooks
    220. 220. Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the “Volume Interaction Lecture Exploration”. 2. Paste it on the left hand side of your notebook on page 18. Page 18
    221. 221. Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the “Volume Graphic Organizer”. 2. Paste it on the right hand side of your notebook on page 19. Page 19
    222. 222. Question 1: What are asteroids? Discovery Streaming Video Mythbusters: Franklin’s Kite
    223. 223. Question 1: What are asteroids? Discovery Streaming Video Mythbusters: Lightning
    224. 224. Mass VS Weight ~Review~ Review
    225. 225. Think-Group-Share Review • Matter and Energy Cornell Notes (Page 15) • Matter and Energy Foldable (Page 14)
    226. 226. Matter and Energy Foldable Page 14
    227. 227. 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.
    228. 228. 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.
    229. 229. 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.
    230. 230. Class Work Page 17
    231. 231. 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.
    232. 232. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?
    233. 233. Think-Group-Share What is the universe made of?  matter and energy
    234. 234. What makes up the universe? I. Everything in the universe is either matter or energy. matterenergy
    235. 235. Think-Group-Share What is matter?
    236. 236. Think-Group-Share What is matter?  Anything that has mass and volume (takes up space).
    237. 237. What is matter? II. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
    238. 238. Think-Group-Share What is energy?
    239. 239. Think-Group-Share What is energy?  The part of the universe which is not matter.
    240. 240. 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.
    241. 241. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.
    242. 242. Think-Group-Share Name 2 things energy does not have.  mass and volume
    243. 243. What is energy? A. Energy does not have mass.
    244. 244. B. Energy does not take up space (volume). What is energy?
    245. 245. Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.
    246. 246. Think-Group-Share Name three things energy makes matter do.  change  move  do work
    247. 247. How does energy affect matter? IV. Energy makes matter change, move, and do work . change move work
    248. 248. Think-Group-Share Name 2 common forms of energy.
    249. 249. Think-Group-Share Name 2 common forms of energy. kinetic energy sound chemical energy light nuclear energy heat electricity
    250. 250. What are common forms of energy? A. Light B. Heat C. Electricity D. Sound V. Energy comes in many different forms.
    251. 251. 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.
    252. 252. Think-Group-Share How do forms of energy change?
    253. 253. Think-Group-Share How do forms of energy change?  One form of energy can change into another form
    254. 254. What is energy? light F. Energy comes in many different forms. H. One form of Energy can change into another form. heat electricity
    255. 255. Think-Group-Share What is mass?
    256. 256. Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    257. 257. Think-Group-Share What is mass?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    258. 258. I. Mass is the amount of matter in an object or organism. What is mass?
    259. 259. Think-Group-Share What is weight?
    260. 260. Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    261. 261. Think-Group-Share What is weight?  A. the amount of matter in an object  B. the amount of space an object takes up  C. the pull of gravity on an object
    262. 262. A. Weight is the pull of gravity on an object or organism. What is weight?
    263. 263. Think-Group-Share Which does not change unless the object or organism changes?  mass  weight
    264. 264. Think-Group-Share Which does not change unless the object or organism changes?  mass  weight
    265. 265. A. Mass does not change unless the object or organism changes. What is mass?
    266. 266. Think-Group-Share Which changes when gravity changes?  mass  weight
    267. 267. Think-Group-Share Which changes when gravity changes?  mass  weight
    268. 268. B. Weight depends on how much gravity is pulling that object. What is weight?
    269. 269. C. Weight changes when you move to a place with different gravity. What is weight?
    270. 270. Question 1: What are asteroids? Discovery Streaming Video Mythbusters: Lightning
    271. 271. Question 1: What are asteroids? Discovery Streaming Video Mythbusters: Gas Station Explosion

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