Where does the energy come from when a cold drink warms up?
- Do Now– Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner. Get out your ISN and add to the Table of Contents- “Kinetic Energy” p.29 (Right Side). Head p.29 properly with “Kinetic Energy-Simulation-11/1/18.″
- Reading Comprehension– Review what’s happening to the particles in the situations from the reading “State of Matter- Hot and Cold: What’s It All About?”: Solids, Liquids, & Gases and Mixing Different Temperatures. Tape the “States of Matter Reading” as a flip page to ISN p.27.
- Write/Pair/Share– What did we figure out last time about hot and cold water? (Full class) Write the following question on ISNp.29: “As cold water in a cup warms up and the particles of water move faster, where does the energy come from?” (Write/Pair/Share)
- Brain Break video segments– Invasion of the Zombees, Geek My Pumpkin, To the Bat Cave, Candy Corns in Space, & The Physics of Giant Pumpkins
- Simulation– Add to ISNp.29- “How is temperature a measure of energy? Observe the simulation before starting it. This simulation shows what happens when two substances of different temperatures touch each other. This can represent the cold water inside the cup and the warm water outside the cup. With your design challenge group, watch the simulation posted in Google Classroom and record your observations in your chart on ISNp.29. Also with your group, answer the questions posted in Google Classroom on a flip page to ISNp.29.
- What do the circles represent? What do the colors represent?
- How can you tell which particles have more energy and which have less energy?
- Do all the particles in each simulation have the same amount of kinetic energy?
- What happens when a high energy particle bumps a low energy particle?
- What do you think is the relationship between kinetic energy and temperature?
ISN’s are due this week!
- Period 6- today!
- Period 7- tomorrow 11/2