Friday, 1/19/18- B Day

Question:

Does temperature affect the speed of molecules in a liquid?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now- Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Effect of Temperature- p.40” (Left Side). Open your notebook to page 40 and head it properly with “Effect of Temperature 1/19/18.”
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  3. Model– Set up ISN p.40. Draw a model of water molecules in cold, room temperature, and hot water based on your observations of the investigation of food coloring in hot and cold water.
  4. Claim/Evidence/Reasoning (CER)- On ISN p.40, make a claim about whether temperature affects the speed of molecules in a liquid. Support your claim with evidence and reasoning. Observe animation of heating and cooling a liquid to adjust model.
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Thursday, 1/18/18- A Day

Remember: As long as you act like a scientist when we do science, you will be treated like a scientist and conduct investigations. If not, you get to watch the rest of us do science.

Question:

Does temperature affect the speed of molecules in a liquid?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now- Get out ISN and open to page 41. Get out lab procedure and Lab Safety Checklist handouts. In your cooperative table group, review the procedure on the handout. Also, review Science Safety Regulations and Table Group Member Responsibilities.
  2. Investigation- Effect of Temperature- Does the temperature affect the speed of molecules in a liquid? Continue lab. Answer lab questions 1-4 on handout. Complete Lab Safety Checklist– After Lab is Completed. Tape the handout as a flip page to ISN p.41.
  3. Scientists’ Circle- Bring your ISN and share observations. Watch the video of food coloring in hot and cold water. Modify sketch of observations. Describe what the colors looked like and how they moved and mixed in the cold water. Describe what the colors looked like and how they moved and mixed in the hot water. What does the speed of the mixing colors tell you about the speed of the molecules in hot and cold water? Pick one of the variables and explain why you made sure it was kept the same in the two cups.

Wednesday, 1/17/18- B Day

Remember: As long as you act like a scientist when we do science, you will be treated like a scientist and conduct investigations. If not, you get to watch the rest of us do science.

Question:

Does temperature affect the speed of molecules in a liquid?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now- Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Effect of Temperature on Liquid -p.41” (Right Side). Head page 41 properly with “Effect of Temperature on Liquid- 1/17/18.”
  2. Investigation- Effect of Temperature- Set up ISN page 41. Does the temperature affect the speed of molecules in a liquid? Determine the experimental variables and a hypothesis for the key question. Read procedure on handout and discuss and add controlled variables to procedure. Review Science Safety Regulations and complete Lab Safety Checklist- Before You Begin. Review Table Group Member Responsibilities. Begin Lab!

Tuesday, 1/16/19- A Day

  1. Do Now
  2. Review Investigative Phenomenon/Driving Question Summary Table- Review water balloon popping questions and then tape your model as a flip page to p.38. Review DQST on ISN pages 36-37.
  3. Scientists’ Circle- What did we figure out with our investigation of water? Add what we figured out about water to our model of oobleck. Also, Next Steps– How might what we figured out about water be related to other matter experiences or phenomena? What are our next steps? Update the DQB- What question about how matter like oobleck gets its characteristics do we need to address next? Update the Initial Ideas poster- How might we go about investigating how matter like oobleck gets its characteristics?

Friday, 1/12/18- B Day

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now- Get out your science notebook and open to ISN pages 36-37.
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  3. Review Investigative Phenomenon/Driving Question Summary Table- Review water balloon popping questions and then tape your model as a flip page to p.38. Review DQST on ISN pages 36-37.
  4. Engineering a Solution Project- Biomimicry Extension– Biomimicry is an approach to engineering that seeks a sustainable solution to human problems by imitating the patterns, models, systems, or strategies found in nature. For example, geckos are able to defy gravity to scale walls and hang from ceilings. This has inspired NASA engineers to make things stick to each other in space using the same model of van der Waals forces so they can do things like pick up junk in space.