Phase Change: Titans Disappearing Lakes SIXTH GRADE October

Phase Change: Titans Disappearing Lakes SIXTH GRADE October

Phase Change: Titans Disappearing Lakes SIXTH GRADE October 19, 2016 Phase Change-Describing Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a

different substance? Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake? Ch1.1 Pre-unit Assessment You can play games until everyone is finished HOMEWORK: None

October 20, 2016 Phase Change-Describe Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake?

Ch1.2 Introducing Titans Disappearing Lake HOMEWORK: Double check that you have completed all hand ins Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: PHASE Continued on next slide

October 21 and 24, 2016 Phase Change-Describe Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake?

Ch1.3 Investigating the Molecular Scale HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: MOLECULE

and SCALE October 25, 2016 Phase Change-Describe Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake? Ch1.4 Weird Water Events HOMEWORK: Three screen shots from the SIM and three written answers about phase change

Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: REFUTE October 27, 2016 Phase Change-Describe Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake? Ch1.5 Investigating Evaporation and Freezing HOMEWORK: Complete the modeling tool for a popsicle

Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: Freedom of Movement October 28, 2016 Phase Change-Describe Phase Change at Two Scales Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 1 Question: What happened to the liquid in Titans lake? Ch1.6 Modeling the Molecular Scale HOMEWORK: Answer

Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: October 31, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Energy and Phase change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 2 Question: What could cause liquid methane to change phase? Ch 2.1 Causing Freedom of Movement Changes HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet:

November 1, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Energy and Phase change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 2 Question: What could cause liquid methane to change phase?

Ch 2.2 Understanding Energy Transfer HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 2, 2016

Phase Change-Investigating Energy and Phase change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 2 Question: What could cause liquid methane to change phase? Ch 2.3 Evaluating Evidence and Claims HOMEWORK:

Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 3, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Attraction and Phase Change

Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 3 Question: Why didnt the liquid methane change phase before 2007? Ch 3.1 Liquid Oxygen HOMEWORK:

Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 4, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Attraction and Phase change

Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 3 Question: Why didnt the liquid methane change phase before 2007? Ch 3.2 Focusing on Molecular Attraction HOMEWORK: Answer

Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 7, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Attraction and Phase change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 3 Question: Why didnt the liquid methane change phase before 2007? Ch 3.3 Modeling Attraction HOMEWORK: Answer

Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 9, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Attraction and Phase Change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance?

Chapter 3 Question: Why didnt the liquid methane change phase before 2007? Ch 3.4 Critical Juncture Assessment HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet:

November 14, 2016 Phase Change-Investigating Attraction and Phase Change Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 3 Question: Why didnt the liquid methane change phase before 2007?

Ch 3.5 Investigating Office Mysteries HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 15, 2016

Science Seminar Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 4 Question: Why is the liquid oxygen machine producing less liquid oxygen than normal? Ch 4.1 Introducing the Liquid Oxygen Problem

HOMEWORK: Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 16, 2016

Science Seminar Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 4 Question: Why is the liquid oxygen machine producing less liquid oxygen than normal? Ch 4.2 Analyzing Claims and Evidence HOMEWORK:

Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 17, 2016 Science Seminar

Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 4 Question: Why is the liquid oxygen machine producing less liquid oxygen than normal? Ch 4.3 Science Seminar HOMEWORK:

Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 18, 2016 Science Seminar

Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 4 Question: Why is the liquid oxygen machine producing less liquid oxygen than normal? Ch 4.4 Writing a Scientific Argument HOMEWORK:

Answer Add Vocabulary to Quizzlet: November 21, 2016 Science Seminar

Unit Question: How can the appearance of a substance change without it becoming a different substance? Chapter 4 Question: Why is the liquid oxygen machine producing less liquid oxygen than normal? Ch 4.5 End of Unit Assessment HOMEWORK:

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