Three Week.Quiz.11a

```Integrated Physical Science A: Three Week Quest:
FALL.11
Created 9/15
 Learning Target: I know the five lab rules (plus one)
1. Write out these two lab rules:
# 2. _____________________________________________________
# 4. _____________________________________________________
2. Which of the FIVE lab rules do you think is the most important? WRITE IT OUT BELOW:
Tell me why you think it's important:
 Learning Target: I know the parts of the Bunsen burner and can create the
Blue Cone of Power
Questions 3-5: Use the letters on the diagram of the Bunsen burner:
3. This part is called the 'spud'.
Letter: _____
4. This part of the Bunsen burner controls the amount of gas flowing.
Letter: _____
5. Adjusting this will make the flame change from yellow to blue.
Letter: _____
_____________
6. Before holding a lit match to the Bunsen burner, be sure ___.
a. the gas spigot at the table is turned on
b. the gas spigot at the table is turned off
c. the air vents on the burner are all the way open
d. what you are heating is above the burner
7. GO TO A LAB STATION AND CREATE THE BLUE CONE OF POWER! PWAAH!
SCORING:
1: Not successful or unsafe procedures
2: Required significant assistance to complete
3: Flame required some minor adjustments
4: Successful completion without any assistance
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 Learning Target: I can use a thermometer properly to measure temperature
accurately
8. GO TO A LAB STATION AND MEASURE THE TEMPERATURE OF THE TWO LIQUIDS:
LAB STATION:
Temperature of RED Liquid : __________
__________
Temperature of BLUE Liquid : __________
9. What is the unit of measure on the thermometer? ______
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Learning Target: I can set up lab gear properly for boiling a flammable liquid
and explain how the set up minimizes fire risk.
10. What is “The Three Finger Rule”? (You can make a small diagram if you wish.)
11. We used a 600ml beaker in the boiling lab. A ml is a unit of measure for _____________.
12. What was the purpose of the rubber tube and flask when boiling the flammable liquid?
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Learning Target: I can define and give examples of Energy, Matter and Force.
12. MATTER is anything that has ______________ and ____________.
13. A FORCE is a _______________ or a ______________.
14. ENERGY is the ability of a _______________ to move ______________.
15. Give an example of a FORCE used when making the Blue Cone of Power:
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Learning Target: I can explain the kinetic theory of matter and how matter
changes phases through the interaction of Energy, Matter and Force.
16. When you take the temperature of a substance you are measuring __________ .
a. the potential energy of the molecules in the substance
b. the kinetic energy of the molecules in the substance
c. the force between the molecules in the substance
d. how well the substance conducts heat energy
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17. The best way to describe heat and temperature is __________.
a. changes in temperature cause changes in heat energy
b. temperature is a measurement of energy, while heat is the flow of energy
c. temperature and heat are forms of kinetic and potential energy
d. temperature is a form of heat energy
18. Which of the following statements best summarizes the Kinetic Theory of Matter?
a. As a substance is heated the kinetic and potential energy of the particles increases.
b. The particles that make up solids, liquids and gasses are always in motion.
c. As the amount of thermal energy in a substance changes so does the temperature.
d. The total amount of kinetic energy in matter stays the same.
19. Make a diagram inside the container that shows the arrangement of particles in LIQUID,
EXPLAIN how your diagram shows the properties of a liquid.
20. Explain what is happening when a liquid is boiling.
SURVEY:
1) Do you think this test was:
Easy
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2
3
4
2) Did you spend time outside of class studying for this test ?
3) If “yes”, about how much time did you spend ?
5
Hard
Yes
No
Yes
No
_____ minutes
4) Do you think that this test was a fair test based on what we’ve done in class ?
If not, why?
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NOTEBOOK CHECK
Write the Dates you have in your Notebook
FOODs
WUPs
GYROs
Check off which of the following
documents you have in your folder
Course Requirements
Learning Targets for IPS.A
Skills Checklist 1
Other Items:
Opening Survey Turned in?
PROJ: Bunsen burner diagram
PROJ: Step-by-step procedure
LABS - check off if present
Boiling Points
Title
Essential Question
Background
Bunsen Burner
Title
Essential Question
Labeled diagram of
Bunsen burner
Hypothesis
Procedure/Diagram
Data
Graph
Results
Conclusion
BONUS: DRAW A SCIENTIST! In what ways are YOU a scientist?
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