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Measurement

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Transcript of Measurement

Measures: How much matter an object contains
Basic Unit: Gram
Tools: Triple Beam Balance
Measurement
International System (SI)
Length
Measures: Distance
Basic Unit of Measure: Meter
Tools: Metric Ruler
Volume
Density
Measures: How massive something is compared to its size
Basic Unit: gram/cubic cm (D=m/v)
Tools: TBBS, metric ruler or graduated cylinder
Please write down on a BLANK piece of paper:
What is one thing that you wish your teacher knew about you
Great Wall of China
Great Pyramid
Colosseum
History
The Egyptian Cubit: Elbow to fingertips
Basic Unit of Measurement in Greece: The Finger
Ancient Romans: 1000 paces was 1 mille passus
13th century English units: feet and hands
Metric: Meters, Grams, Liters
U.S. Customary: Miles, Pounds, Gallons
Do Now: Please have out your HW
What do the following prefixes mean?
centi-
milli-
kilo-
cm
mm
Length Lab
What is something you would measure using kilometers?

What is something you would measure using meters?

What is something you would measure using centimeters?

What is something you would measure using millimeters?
Volume Stations
Measures: How much space something takes up


1. Have out your hw (tests and obj 4!)
2. Copy down your new hw
3. Answer the question:
What does volume measure?
(think about an object...what does the volume of a box mean?)

Focus for Five
Do Now
1. Copy down your hw and have out obj. 6 to be checked.




Volume of Regular Solid Objects
The Sun says...
Please copy down your hw and then clear your space
Mass
Pan
Middle Rider
Largest Rider
Smallest Rider
Zero Point
Pointer
Do Now:
1. Get a paper from the Pick Up bin
2. Have out Obj. 9 and copy down your hw
3. Complete the back of Obj. 10

Consider the following....
The mass of a ball is 50 grams and the volume is 25 cubic centimeters. What is the density?______________
The mass of a cat is 15 kg and the volume is 10 cubic centimeters.
What is the density?_____________
A ping pong ball has the mass of 2 grams and a volume of 4 cubic centimeters.
What is the density? __________________
Do Now
Please get two papers from the Pick Up bin and copy down your homework
Do Now
Measurement
Challenge
Find the measurements of the item at your table
Do Now:
Paper from the pick up bin!!
Check over your lab to see if you have....
Complete sentences

All part of the question (why?)

Labels on your measurements

Correct measurements (look at a ruler, does your number make sense?
2. How would you measure how much space a raindrop takes up?
Do Now
1. Have out your HW
2. Copy your new HW
3. What is the difference between cm and ml?
15
20
21
14
9
18
29
11
Time to Clear Your Mind
Observe
Take 5 FULL minutes to observe the liquids at your table and write down 1 for each of the sentence starters:
Share
Take 5 FULL minutes to share your observations with the people at your table.
Remember:
GROUP rules
NOISE level
Think
Take 5 FULL minutes to answer your questions
What happens if...
This reminds me of...
Why...
What happens if...
Does it matter that...
What are some other things you need to know to answer these questions?
Finished?
Place this paper in the Hand In bin (Don't forget your name!)
There is more yellow than blue?
The yellow gets put in first?
We add another liquid?
The liquids aren't yellow and blue?
We heat it up?

Measurement
How good are you at measuring?
Measure the block at your table
WRITE IT DOWN!!
12 inches in a foot...
3 feet in a yard...
1760 yards in a mile
Conversions
Customary
Metric
1000 mm in a meter...
100 cm in a meter...
1000 meters in a km...

Do Now
1. Get a paper from the Pick Up bin
2. Copy down your homework
3. Get out a clean sheet of notebook paper and title it "Measurement"
Most Used in Class: cubic meter
Most Used Labels:cubic millimeter
cubic centimeter
cubic kilometer

Tools: metric ruler & meter stick
FORMULA: LxWxH
What is something you would measure using a....
cubic millimeter?____________________

cubic centimeter?____________________

cubic meter?_________________________

cubic kilometer?_____________________
Volume of Irregular Solid Objects
Volume of Liquids
Most Used in Class: liter
Most Used in Class: cubic meter
Most Used Labels: Milliliter
Centiliter
Kiloliter


Most Used Labels:cubic millimeter
cubic centimeter
cubic kilometer

Tools: Graduated Cylinder, Beaker & Pipette
Tools: Graduated Cylinder & Beaker
Water Displacement Method
Meniscus
:_________________________
Scale
:_________________________
Practice Measuring
Find the volume of the liquids in the 4 graduated cylinders
Keep in mind:
GROUP rules
NOISE meter
Practice Pouring
Pour 8 mL of water into a container at your table (1 per person)
Finished? Have it checked by a teacher!
Exit Ticket
Mark where 4 mL would be on the graduated cylinder
Place in Hand In bin when done
3. Check your HW using the key at your table
WRITE DOWN YOUR MEASUREMENTS
Get a paper from the Pick Up bin!!
Right Side of the Room
Left Side of the Room
Pour out 8 mL of water into a graduated cylinder
Do Now
1. Write down your homework!
2.Copy the chart below into your notebook and then fill it out
Tool
Unit
Length
Solid Regular Volume
Liquid Volume
Solid Irregular Volume
Please get a paper from the front and color SILENTLY.
You may work anywhere in the room that you like but you must be working ALONE
1. Copy down your homework
Mass Lab
Today your goals are:
- log into a chromebook with a partner
- open a copy of the Mass Lab and "share" it with your partner
- complete the measurements
- answer the analyze and conclude "?'s"
Do Now
Please have out your obj 10 and check it with a partner
Pan
Middle Rider
Largest Rider
Smallest Rider
Zero Point
Pointer
Does something with a lot of volume HAVE to have a lot of mass?
Finished?
1. Paper in the Hand In bin
2. Thank you card to Mrs. Zarabi
3. Free draw/read
Dear Mrs. Zarabi,
Thank you for showing us how to use Google Classroom. I am looking forward to using it in science this year!
Sincerely,
(Your Name)
SAMPLE
(You can write something different if you like)
Do Now
Copy the chart below on a BLANK sheet of paper
Object
Tool
Unit
Length of Classroom
Volume of Shoebox
Mass of a Pebble
Volume of a bowl of soup
Volume of a Pebble
Specific Gravity
Definition: Determines whether an object will sink, float or mix with water. NO UNIT

Unit Used in Class: d<1 floats
Most Used Label: d>1 sinks
Tool: d=1 mixes
Do Now
1. Copy down your hw and have out Obj. 14
2. Find the density and specific gravity of the object below.
mass = 15 kg
volume = 10 cm3

density = __________
specific gravity = __________
Today's Goals:
Find the density of the 4 objects
Answer the Analysis Questions
Keep in mind:
GROUP rules
NOISE meter
Finished?
Place in Hand In bin
Do Now
1. Get a paper from the Pick Up bin
2. Copy down your homework
Do Now
3. Find the density & specific gravity of the object below:
Mass: 250 grams
Volume: 100 cm3
Density:_________
Specific Gravity:_____
Liquid Layer Lab
Question: What causes substances to separate when they are mixed together?
Part One: a. Complete background research
b. Complete measurements
c. Create hypothesis
Part Two: Run Experiment
Part Three: Analyze and Conclude
1. Pick Jobs

2. Divide up pieces of research
(each person does 1 of the topics)

3. Data Collector types up research-Other members start measuring
Today's Goals
Data Collector: Log on to a computer

Maintenance: Get the materials you still need to measure

Lab and Team Leader: Help the above two



Today's Goals
Finish measuring substances
Write Hypothesis
Have hypothesis approved
Fix Background Research
Do Now
Team Leader: Get both papers from the Pick Up bin

Data Collector: get a computer and open your lab

Maintenance & Lab Assistant: Please get your materials

Today's Goals
- Go over homework
- Finish Data and Hypothesis
- Complete Proof Reading Sheet
- Run Experiment
- Print out 2 copies of data tables 1 & 2
HAVE OUT YOUR HOMEWORK
Do Now
Finished Groups
Working Groups
Focus for...until the other group is done
You may color or read SILENTLY until the other group is done.
Get a paper from the Pick Up bin and read over it CAREFULLY
Conclusions
Specific data=numbers
Do Now
1. Get a paper from the Pick Up bin
2. Copy down your HW
3. Let's get going!

Your Rough Draft sheet needs to be completed by Monday.
Do Now
1. Please have out your Rough Draft Sheet from Wednesday
2. Copy down your homework!
1. Please get a paper from the Pick Up bin.
2. Copy down your homework

Do Now
Do Now
What are the tools you would use to find the volume of the following objects:

textbook
orange
fruit punch
What are the tools you would use to find the mass of the following objects:

textbook
orange
fruit punch
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