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Physical Properties of Matter Bell Ringers

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Transcript of Physical Properties of Matter Bell Ringers

Bell Ringer 9/24
Bell Ringer 10.27
sublimation
melting
freezing
deposition
boiling
ionization
deionization
Bell Ringer 10.23
pg 44-45
Contrast homogenous mixtures and heterogeneous mixtures.
Matter is made of particles to small to see.
Matter is made of particles too small to be seen
Matter makes up all objects.
- Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
- Mass is a measure of the amount of matter.
- Volume is a measure of the amount of space an object or substance takes up.

Matter is made of tiny particles called atoms.
- Matter that is made of only one type of atom is an element.
o There are over 100 elements known.

- When more that one atom is stuck together with other atoms it forms a molecule.
Physical Properties of Matter Bell Ringers
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda (copy down your homework!)
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 26-27
Contrast gases and solids include drawings for both sides.
Learning Goals:
-analyze graphs of the boiling point of water & salt water.
Bell Ringer 9/25
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda (copy down your homework!)
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 26-27
When students measured the boiling point of salt water their measurements were different. Draw and describe 4 different variables that could effect their data.
Bell Ringer 9/26
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda (copy down your homework!)
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 26-27
Find the volume of the shapes shown below:
a.) height = 5cm
b.) r=7cm
Learning Goals:
-find the volume of regular and irregular objects.
Today:
Bell Ringers
Review 3 Standards
Quiz on Matter & 3 Standards
Test Corrections
Matter Connections pg
29
Bell Ringer 9/29
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 30-31
Set up these two pages for your bell ringers for the week.
a.) What must be done to liquid water to change it to ice or to change it to steam? b.) Write a prediction of what must happen to cause matter to change state. c.) Do you think all matter follows the same rules? Why or why not?

Today:
1. Bell Ringers
2. Review 3 Standards
3. PIC: States of Matter
4. Cornell Notes on States of Matter pg 33
(copy down "HSC#3 - Due Friday")
Bell Ringers 9/29
Monday






Tuesday





Wednesday

Thursday










Friday
Bell Ringer 9/30
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 30-31
Create a table that
contrasts
solids, liquids, and gases.
Include an example and a drawing of each.

Today:
1. Bell Ringers
2. Review 3 Standards
3. PIC: States of Matter
4. Cornell Notes on States of Matter pg 33
5. CCD: Molecule pg
(copy down "HSC#3 - Due Friday")
You have 5 Minutes!
Bell Ringer 10/01
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
Page 30-31
Draw and describe some plasmas that you have seen or would like to see. How do plasmas differ from gases?
Today:
1. Bell Ringers
2. Review 3 Standards
3.) Presentation
4. Cornell Notes on States of Matter pg 33
(copy down "HSC#3 - Due Friday")
BE Condensate
Enrichment Resources:
States of Matter Sim
https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/states-of-matter-basics
http://prezi.com/zatqk0unyjvk/states-of-matter/

Bell Ringer 10/02
Page 30-31
You have 5 Minutes!
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) any homework to be turned in

Today:
1. Bell Ringers
2. Review 3 Standards
3. Cornell Notes on States of Matter pg 33
4. Connections pg 32
5. CCD: Molecule pg
Learning Goals:
-describe the 5 states of matter.
What happens to temperature
when the state of matter changes? Sketch and explain your answer.
4 Connections: States of Matter pg 32
Bell Ringer 10/03
Page 30-31
You have 5 Minutes!
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) HSC#3 (Due Today)

Today:
1. Bell Ringers
2. Review 3 Standards
CCD: Molecule pg 35
4. Complete Connections pg 32
5. Surface Tension Lab pg 21
Learning Goals:
-investigate and describe properties of liquids.
Why does the balloon expand?
Explain your answer and create a diagram that shows your observations.
Bell Ringer 10/07
Pg 36
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) HSC#3 (2 Days Late)
Today:
Bell Ringer
Procedures
Collect Data
Learning Goals:
-graph and record data related to changes of state.
What is a variable? Give an example of a variable in an experiment.
What is the relationship between the freezing point and the melting point of substances?
Essential Question 10.08
Tuesday 10.07
What conclusions
can you come to about the freezing point of Steric acid from what you observed today?
Bell Ringer 10/08
Pg 36
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) Any late homework to turn in
Today:
Bell Ringer
How to make graphs
Work on team posters
Analyze class data
Answer Essential Question
Learning Goals:
1.) Graph the melting and freezing point of a substance.

(If we have time today)
2.) Analyze the melting and freezing point of a substance.

What is the relationship between the freezing point and the melting point of substances?
Essential Question 10.08
Q: What patterns and trends do you see in this graph? Cite a specific example from the graph.
Graphing Data Poster
1.) Determine what kind of graph to make.


2.) Determine how to draw and label your axes.


3.) Determine the scale for each axis.



4.) Plot your data.
A scale is a series of equally spaced marks that you will use to plot your data. Choose a scale that takes advantage of as much of your graph paper as possible while at the same time keeping the space between those marks.
You will be making a poster that presents your data and analyzes it.
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) Any late homework to turn in
Today:
Bell Ringer
Complete team posters
Analyze class data
Answer Essential ?
Missing work
Learning Goals:
1.) Graph the melting and freezing point of a substance.

2.) Analyze the melting and freezing point of a substance.

What is the relationship between the freezing point and the melting point of substances?
Essential Question 10.08
Complete the table:
This Week:
Monday:posters, notebooks
Tuesday: notebooks, solutions, HSC#4
Wednesday: quiz
Thursday:Snap Freezing Lab
Friday: Ice Cream Lab!
Bell Ringer 10.13
Pages 40-41
increasing in energy
Welcome! You need to take out your:
1.) Agenda
2.) Interactive Science Notebook
3.) Any late homework to turn in
Today:
Bell Ringer
Complete team posters
Analyze class data
Answer Essential ?
CCD: Solution
HSC#4
Missing work
Work on Notebooks
Learning Goal
Graph & analyze the melting/freezing point of a substance.

Describe any unusual data in this line plot.
This Week:
Monday:posters, notebooks
Tuesday: notebooks, solutions, HSC#4
Wednesday: quiz
Thursday:Snap Freezing Lab
Friday: Ice Cream Lab!
Bell Ringer 10.14
Pages 40-41
What is the relationship between the freezing point and the melting point of substances?
Essential Question 10.08
restate and answer the question
"The relationship between the melting point and the freezing point of steric acid is . . ."
cite evidence
"When our group collected data on steric acid we found . . ."
include qualitative data
"I could see small crystals form at 4 minutes."
include quantitative data
"my group thought that the freezing point of steric acid was 54°C"
In your answer:
Crystal
a three dimensional repeating pattern
that molecules form themselves into
Solution
something dissolved into
another thing (CO2 into water,
salt water, sugar water solution)
Solvent: the liquid that the solute is dissolved into (water)
Solute: the substance that dissolves into the solvent (sugar)
Nucleation:
the first step in crystal
formation. Crystals need
a rough surface to start on.
(example: The string or stick)
pg
37
Write down two facts from the video about aerogel.
Bell Ringer 10.15
Pages 40-41
Why do people throw salt on ice in the winter?
Bell Ringer 10.16
Pages 40-41
Write down two facts and one drawing about freezing point depression from the video.
Bell Ringer 10.17
Pages 40-41
Learning Objective
-describe freezing point depression.
-define solvent, solution, and solute.
1.) At the top of
page 44
, write a title
"Bell Ringers 10.20"

2.) You have discovered a strange, new substance. List 5 steps you can take to find it's boiling point or melting point.
Bell Ringer 10.20
Learning Goals
-contrast heterogeneous & homogenous mixtures.
-describe solutions.
-define mixture, solution, & compound.
Today
Complete Lab
Update Table of Contents
Check Notebooks
This Week:
Complete Physical Properties of Matter
Review (Thursday) & Unit Test (Friday)
Labs: Solutions & Mixtures (Wed /Th )
HSC#5 Due Friday
Give an example (include a drawing) of the following:
solution
mixture
molecule

Bell Ringer 10.21
Learning Goals
-contrast heterogeneous & homogenous mixtures.
-describe solutions.
-define mixture, solution, & compound.
Match the words with their definition
plasma to gas
gas to solid
liquid to solid
liquid to gas
solid to gas
gas to plasma
solid to liquid
Today:
1. complete states of matter simulation
2. review for test!

page 52
Bell Ringer 10.28
1. review for test (10 min)
2.) Unit Test
3.) Scavenger Hunt (if you finish)
page 52
Today
A compound is two or more pure substances (elements) chemically bonded together. An element is one pure substance that can't be broken down into simpler substances. A mixture has more than one substance, but they aren't chemically bonded together; they are just mixed up like fruit salad.
H20 (Water)
NaCl (Salt)
NaHCO3 (Baking Soda)
C12H22O11 (Sugar)
C2H4O2 (Vinegar)
What are 5 examples of compounds
What makes a compound a compound and not an element or a mixture?
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