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Physical Science. Lesson at a Glance: Curriculum: Delta Science Modules “States of Matter” Grade: Sixth Topic: Melting Point of Ice During the two weeks prior to the lesson seen in the video, the students had been studying various kinds of energy transfer with their teacher Gina Robertson.
In this lesson, Paula asks the students to put a thermometer in a glass of ice and take a reading. They then remove the thermometer from the ice and place it in a glass of warm water. As the students watch the volume of the red liquid in the thermometer expand, they speculate that it is because it has absorbed “heat energy” from the warm water. Paula comments, “First I wanted to develop the idea that the same amount of matter, which is that red liquid, can somehow occupy two different amounts of space, and why that’s happening.” About Booklets - EAL Science Project. OpenStax CNX. Particlemodels. Particulate Nature of Matter and Changes of State. Gallery of Full-sized, Full Color Art for Licensing<br />SCIENCE CONCEPTS. Free Online Science Games. Kid's Corner - Mammal Page. Christopher Thornton. I've had loads of people asking why I only target C grades in some of my videos, asking if they're relevant to them, and requesting more higher tier content.
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Plants. If you're not a microbe and you're not an animal, you are probably a plant.
There are about 300 thousand known species of plants. Because plants adapt so well to almost any climate, scientists needed a way to organize the hundreds of thousands of species. In the same way there is a system of classification for animals, there is also a system of classification for plants. What do plants have in common? Photosynthesis is the biochemical process that connects plants. Matter: Evaporation.
Sometimes a liquid can be sitting in one place (maybe a puddle) and its molecules will become a gas.
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We mean for example that writing causal explanations, talking in small groups about how evidence can be used to back up a claim, or critiquing the ideas of one’s peers in a whole class setting, are not the kinds of communication that students engage in outside of school. Tools can help—these take the form of sentence frames, guides for how to help ELL students practice final explanations, norms for whole class discussion that are developed by students, roles that students can take up in small group activity, and others.
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