day 3 focus 6.P.2

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Sit in assigned seats
No talking
Studying for your quiz quietly
 Water can exist on Earth in 3 different states of matter.
Explain these 3 different states of matter and detail
how the atoms move in each state. Remember to
brainstorm first, then construct your sentences.
 One unique property of water is that it can exist in 3
different states on planet Earth. Water can exist as a
solid in the ice caps of the North Pole, as a liquid in
rivers and stream, and as a gas in the atmosphere. In
a solid, atoms are packed tightly together. In a liquid,
atoms are free to move around only slightly. In a gas,
atoms move around rapidly to fill in the space.
 Physical change
 Solubility
 Condensation
 Temperature
 Melting Point
Chemical Change
Evaporation
Density
Solute / Solvent
Boiling Point
 DO NOT WRITE ON THIS QUIZ ….THIS IS A CLASS
SET!
 YOU WILL BE USING YOUR PAPER- TAKE OUT A
SHEET OF PAPER NOW AND WRITE YOUR NAME
 THERE ARE 15 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
 Take out a sheet of paper
 NUMBER FROM 1 – 15
 Eliminate answer choices, make your best
educated guess if you are unsure….
 Check over all your answers and make sure
you answer every question!
 YOU WILL 1:30 FOR EACH QUESTION
 WRITE ALL INFORMATION IN YOUR ALPHABET
OF SCIENCE BOOKLET
 Properties of matter DO NOT
depend on the amount of matter
that makes up an object.
Properties in 8 small
in
pieces of iron
iron
=
Properties
1 large
piece of
 Shape is a characteristic property of
matter:
an object will retain all of its characteristic
properties regardless of its shape.
 both clear and colorless, have a boiling point at 100ºC,
can dissolve table salt, etc.
 Matter has characteristic properties
that can be divided into
 physical properties
 chemical properties
 “Property Changes”
 CAN BE MEASURED AND OBSERVED
 no chemical change to the substance
 Includes: color, odor, density, solubility, melting
point, boiling point
Example : wood cut in half
both pieces still have the
same physical properties
 Includes states of matter changes (solid, liquid, gas)
due to changes in energy / temperature
 Watch the videos – you do not have to take notes
 “Solids to liquids and back again”
 New substances are formed!
 Includes properties such as acidity, basicity,
combustibility, and reactivity.
 “Tablets reacting in solution”
 Nail rusting outside
 “Chemical and Physical Properties of Matter”
 Evaporation point: The point where liquid turns into a
gas
 Condensation Point: The temperature at which a gas
becomes a liquid
 Melting point: The temperature at which a solid
becomes a liquid
 Boiling point: The temperature at which a liquid boils
 Density: A ratio that compares the mass of an object
to its volume (dividing mass / volume)
 Object Sinks: when a object's density is greater than 1.0
gram / mL (density of water)
 Object Floats: when a object's density is less than 1.0
gram/ mL (density of water)
 Solubility: the ability of a substance to dissolve in
another substance
 Solute: A substance that is dissolved in a solution
 Solvent: the substance that does the dissolving
Water is known as the universal solvent
because so many substances will dissolve
in water!
 Tuesday:
 We will be using technology to review all the
vocabulary for Standard 6.P.2,
 Also we will complete our marshmallow stations and
everyone will create their own crossword puzzle
 Log in to Chromebooks….
 First name initial last name last 4 digits
of student id # @cms.gaggle.net
 Example:
[email protected]
 Password: year of birth, month of birth,
date of birth
 Example: 010228 (2001, February 28)
 You will be going to the following website to
complete several activities
 The address is:
 http://quizlet.com/
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