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It also takes up a definite amount of space. liquid. The three forms are solid. you would see its tiny particles moving back and forth. Their overall shape does not change. and gas. so they vibrate in place. or characteristics: what it looks like and how it acts in different situations. If you could look at solid matter under a very powerful microscope. Matter can take three different forms. A Text A Day: Forms of Matter Everything around you is made of matter. . Solid matter has a definite shape. Scientists group matter based on its properties. The particles are packed together. This means it has a specific volume.

it is shaped like the cup. When liquid is in a cup. it is shaped like the vase. you would see its tiny particles floating around with lots of space in . Liquid matter takes the shape of its container. When the liquid is in a vase. In the form of a gas. The volume of the liquid stays the same. The air around us has several different gases. If you were to look at liquid matter under the microscope. If you could look at gas matter under the microscope. the liquid is able to change its shape so we can pour it. you would see its tiny particles sliding past each other. like the oxygen we breathe in and the carbon dioxide we breathe out. Because of this unique sliding movement. matter is usually invisible.

Comprehension Questions: 1) What does the word properties mean in the first paragraph? 2) What are the three forms that matter can take? 3) What does the word vibrate mean in the second paragraph? 4) What is one difference between a solid and a .

how is the word used? • If it is pronounced strongly on the second syllable. Review • If a word is pronounced strongly on the first syllable. how it is used? .

Study the picture Do you know what these are? .

. the classification numbers or the call numbers and other details about the book. The card catalog is a cabinet of small drawers or file trays containing alphabetically-arranged cards of all the books and other reference materials found in the library. Each card bears the title of the book.

Sample of Author Card .

Sample of Title Card .

Sample of Subject Card .

and date of publication of the book. . c. The number of pages and a notation on whether the book has illustrations. maps. b. tables and other features. The title.a. publisher. author. The call number.

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which card would you need? . which card will you copy to be your guide about the book on the shelf? If you know only the title of the book. which card will you look into? If you know the subject of a book. Analysis and Discussion Where do we see the card catalog? What information is indicated in the card catalog? How many cards can a book have in the card catalog? If you know the author of a book.

How do we use the card catalog in locating books and other reference materials in the library? .

What 9-10. Illus 5. In what other subjects can you find card for this . Who is the author? 205 p. Dela this? 1938 2. Application 129 1. What is the Teach Them to Live complete Manila Rosaldo Printing title of the book? 197 3. Whatmany behavior is thepages does it have? copyright 7. Who is the printer? 4. Is the book illustrated? date? is the call number? 8. How 6. What kind of card C53T Conduct of Life is Calzada Cholly C.

Group Activity Go the library and copy three catalogue entries for one book. .

Ex. subjects and titles.Let’s find out what you’ve learned… Look at the list of authors. Then. Write A for author. . S for a subject. Reminder: Authors are alphabetized with their last names first. in the boxes that follow. T for title. Gridly is listed as Gridley. Marion A. Marion A. sort each into its correct category in alphabetical order.

Nita B. Ma.Let’s find out what you’ve learned… _1. Corazon Hila Author Subject Title ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ . Painting _3. Frog and Toad as Friends _5. Cay _2. A Wrinkle in Time _4.

What is OPAC? 2.Assignment 1. Review the parts of the Card Catalogue on page 126 of your Reading Textbook and do Activity 8 on page 127. .