S1 Chemistry
Matter
REVISION
NEW LEARNING
I can apply my knowledge of
how water changes state to
help me understand the
processes involved in the
water cycle in nature over
time.
By contributing to experiments
and investigations, I can develop
my understanding of models of
matter and can apply this to
changes of state and the energy
involved as they occur in nature.
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States of Matter
4th state of matter plasma song
Particles of a solids liquid or gas
Solid liquid and gas particles
States of matter and glass
The really annoying matter song
http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/how-does-liquid-nitrogen-change-a-liquid-to-a-solid/6655.html
S1 Chemistry
Matter
REVISION
NEW LEARNING
I can apply my knowledge of how
water changes state to help me
understand the processes
involved in the water cycle in
nature over time.
By contributing to experiments
and investigations, I can develop
my understanding of models of
matter and can apply this to
changes of state and the energy
involved as they occur in nature.
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Starter Questions
1. Write down 3 ways in which a liquid is
different from a solid
2. Is custard a solid or a liquid?
Explain why you think this!
Changes of State
Today we will learn to
Describe the ways in which solids change to
liquids and gases.
We will do this by
Revising the water cycle and practicing the
words which describe each of the changes
We will have succeeded if
The Water Cycle
In your groups:
1. Put the ice in a beaker on a tripod.
2. Heat the ice and observe what happens
3. While you are doing the experiment,
try to draw what is happening to the
particles in the ice as you heat it…
Clue: the particles in a solid look like:
The Water Cycle
When solid water (_____) is heated, it
becomes a _______. This process is
called __________. When liquid water
continues to be heated, a _____ forms.
The formation of a gas from a liquid is
called __________. When the steam
cools down again (_________) it
returns to liquid form. A solid can be
reformed by ____________.
The Water Cycle
When solid water (ice) is heated, it
becomes a liquid. This process is called
_melting___. When liquid water
continues to be heated, a gas forms.
The formation of a gas from a liquid is
called evaporation. When the steam
cools down again (condensation) it
returns to liquid form. A solid can be
reformed by ___freezing__.
The water cycle song
The Water Cycle
The water cycle song
The Water Cycle - Mindmap
The Water Cycle
A Confusing Matter!
When cornflour paste is mixed with
water, the particles can behave like a
liquid or a solid!
Not all particles are the same!
The smallest particles which can exist on
their own are ATOMs
When atoms join together they make
MOLECULES.
John Tickle walks on custard
Changes of State
Today we will learn to
Describe the ways in which solids change to
liquids and gases.
We will do this by
Revising the water cycle and practicing the
words which describe each of the changes
We will have succeeded if
S1 Chemistry
Matter
REVISION
NEW LEARNING
I can apply my knowledge of how
water changes state to help me
understand the processes
involved in the water cycle in
nature over time.
By contributing to experiments
and investigations, I can develop
my understanding of models of
matter and can apply this to
changes of state and the energy
involved as they occur in nature.
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Starter Questions
1. What is the difference between an
atom and a molecule?
2. True/False? All particles move
about.
Changes of State
Today we will learn to
Describe how particles move and mix
We will do this by
Watching some demonstrations on how
particles move and answering some
questions in our worksheets.
We will have succeeded if
S1 Chemistry
Matter
REVISION
NEW LEARNING
I can apply my knowledge of
how water changes state to
help me understand the
processes involved in the
water cycle in nature over
time.
By contributing to experiments
and investigations, I can develop
my understanding of models of
matter and can apply this to
changes of state and the energy
involved as they occur in nature.
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Starter Questions
1. True/False? All atoms are the same
size.
2. Draw a picture of what happens
when alcohol and water molecules are
mixed.
Diffusion
Today we will learn to
Describe how atoms and molecules can mix
with each other
We will do this by
Doing experiments and watching a clip showing
what happens at a microscopic scale.
We will have succeeded if
diffusion
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7Q
sDs8ZRMI
S1 Chemistry
Matter
REVISION
NEW LEARNING
I can apply my knowledge of
how water changes state to
help me understand the
processes involved in the
water cycle in nature over
time.
By contributing to experiments
and investigations, I can develop
my understanding of models of
matter and can apply this to
changes of state and the energy
involved as they occur in nature.
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Starter Questions
1. Copy and complete:
When diffusion occurs, the _________
move from where there are ______
particles to where there are ______
particles.
2. Draw a diagram to show what would
happen to the particles as a balloon
deflates over a few days.
Heating things up!
Today we will learn to
Describe what happens to the particles in
solids, liquids and gases when they are
heated and cooled.
We will do this by
Doing some experiments and explaining the
results using what we know about particles.
We will have succeeded if
Expansion and contraction
Investigation
Evaporation
of Liquids