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Lab #1 Stations

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Station #1: Volume of Water
Purpose: To observe that not all lab equipment can be used for measurements.
If you want to measure a liquid, graduated cylinders are more useful than
glass bottles.
Data and Observations: Collect measurements:
1) water volume in bottle 2) volume in graduated cylinder
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Feels Like πŸ‘οΈ
● A bottle partially filled
● Learning
● Measure the water in the bottle
● Challenging
● A graduated cylinder partially filled
● Empowering
● Measure the water in the cylinder
● Plastic
● Wet
Sounds Like οΏ½
Data collection:
1. β€œI observe the water level to be at
_____ milli-liters (mL)”
2. β€œI am not sure, but I guess the
water level is at ____”
3. β€œWhere do I write this down?”
Station #2: Volume Displacement
Purpose: To measure the volume of an object by watching the water level
rise. The change in water volume equals the volume of the object.
Data and Observations: Collect measurements:
1) starting volume 2) final volume
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Feels Like πŸ‘οΈ
● Start with: cylinder with water
● Learning
● End with: cylinder with water and a die
● Challenging
● Empowering
● Plastic
● Wet
Sounds Like οΏ½
Data collection:
4. β€œI observe the water level to be
at _____ milli-liters (mL)”
5. β€œI am not sure, but I guess the
water level is at ____”
6. β€œWhere do I write this down?”
Station #3: Mass and Displacement
Purpose: To measure the mass of an object by watching the weight rise.
The change in mass on the scale equals the mass of the object.
Data and Observations: Collect measurements:
1) starting mass 2) final mass
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Feels Like πŸ‘οΈ
● Start with: plastic on scale
● Learning
● Place weight on scale
● Challenging
● End with: plastic and weight on scale
● Empowering
● Metal
Sounds Like οΏ½
Data collection:
7. β€œI observe the mass to be at
_____ kilo-grams (kg)”
8. β€œI am not sure, but I guess the
mass is at ____”
9. β€œWhere do I write this down?”
Station #4: Volume of a Solid
Purpose: To measure the volume of an object by measuring the sides.
Volume of the object (cm3) = length (cm) x width (cm) x height (cm)
Data and Observations: Collect measurements:
1) length 2) width 3) height
Looks Like πŸ‘οΈ
Feels Like πŸ‘οΈ
● Start with: die and a ruler
● Learning
● Measuring the sides
● Challenging
● Use the cm not inches
● Empowering
● Plastic
Sounds Like οΏ½
Data collection:
10.
β€œI observe the edge to be
_____ centi-meters (cm)”
11.
β€œI am not sure, but I guess
the length is ____ (cm)”
12.
β€œWhere do I write this
down?”
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