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Will Ross

The student will demonstrate an understanding of properties of matter. Students will be able to determine how the molecules in a solid, liquid, and gas behave and measure the volume of a solid liquid or gas

Solid- firm and stable in shape Liquid- flowing freely but at a constant volume Gas- substance that expands freely to confines of its container Shape- external form or appearance Volume-amount of space an object occupies

Definite shape When moved solids do not change shape Particles are close together Particles vibrate but stay in the same place

Volume of a rectangular solid determined by multiplying height, width, and length together Volume of a solid with an irregular shape determined by water displacement in a graduated cylinder Volume of water displaced is equal to volume of the solid

The shape of a liquid changes with the shape of its container Particles close together but flow freely

Volume of a liquid is measured using a graduated cylinder or syringe Liquids have a definite volume

No definite shape or volume Take the shape of container Fill the space available Particles move apart filling any available space

Have no definite volume Volume of a gas is equal to volume of container

The states of matter behave differently because of their molecular movements Molecules of a solid are close together and are unable to move The molecules of a gas are far apart and move freely

The shape of matter can be changed along with the state of matter Ice is a solid but when heated turns into water, a liquid When water is boiled it turns into steam, a gas

Students will be able to determine how the molecules in a solid, liquid, and gas behave and measure the volume of a solid liquid or gas
https://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/Instructional-Practices-and-Evaluations/documents/54ScienceSupportDocument.pdf

http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2013/01/building-better-kidsvocabulary-edition (Vocabulary) http://eofdreams.com/ice.html (Properties of a Solid) http://www.bickfordscience.com/04-Density_and_Buoyancy/01a-DensityMass_Volume.html (Volume of a Solid) http://www.nathanrouse.org/the-glass-i-cant-put-down-behind-the-curtain-ofpastoral-ministry/ (Properties of a Liquid) http://www.physics-chemistry-class.com/chemistry/properties-of-water-indifferent-states.html (Volume of a Liquid) http://www.qualityhomeimprovements.ca/reduce-window-condensationwinter-2/ (Properties of a Gas)

http://encyclopedia.lubopitko-bg.com/Process_of_Respiration.html (Volume of a Gas) http://www.ck12.org/user%3AamFjb2JfZ3JhbnRpZXJAaGJvZS5vcmc./book/OnlineChemistry-B-Textbook/r1/section/3.1/The-Three-States-of-Matter/ (Particles of Matter) http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/6c.html (Matter can be Change) http://legionofhonor.famsf.org/blog/matter-16th-annual-new-generations-studentshowcase (Properties of Matter) Physical Science Scott Foresman (pg. 215-230)