STATES OF MATTER

Properties of Fluids 5/31/11

Objectives:
Students will...
  • describe how fluids create pressure
  • calculate the pressure, volume, and number of moles of a gas.
  • compare gases and plasma
in order to explain the states of matter.


Vocabulary terms to know...
  • fluids
  • pressure
  • pascal
  • combined gas law
  • ideal gas law
  • thermal expansion
  • plasma

WARM-UP
Create a KWL chart for the States of Matter, fill out the first two columns ( K & W).

ENGAGEMENT

EXPLORATION
Classwork
- Cornell Notes chapter 13.1
- Flash Cards for ALL EQUATION & VOCABULARY TERMS.
- Complete the L - in the KWL Chart.
- Follow Up Questions:
  1. Explain how fluids create pressure
  2. Explain how to calculate the pressure, volume, and number of moles of a gas
  3. Explain the similarities and differences between, plasma and gases.

ELABORATION
Homework

EVALUATION
Quiz - From flashcards next class.

Forces Within Liquids 6/02/11

Objectives:
Students will...
  • explain how cohesive forces cause surface tension
  • explain how capillary forces cause capillary action.
  • discuss evaporative cooling and the role of condensation in cloud formation
in order to explain forces within liquids.


Vocabulary terms to know...
  • cohesive forces
  • adhesive forces

WARM-UP
Transparency #1

ENGAGEMENT
  • Discussion of previous section.
  • QUIZ - FROM 13.1
  • Watch Video for further understanding: none
  • Demo: none

EXPLORATION
Classwork
- Cornell Notes chapter 13.2 & 13.3
- Flash Cards for ALL EQUATION & VOCABULARY TERMS.
- Follow Up Questions:
  1. Explain how cohesive forces cause surface tension.
  2. Explain how capillary forces cause capillary action
  3. Explain evaporative cooling and how condensation causes cloud formation.
  4. 23-26, pg 353; 27-31, pg 356

ELABORATION
Homework

EVALUATION
Quiz - From flashcards next class.

END OF CHAPTER ASSESSMENTS