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  31.   What's the Matter? Locating Electrons in an Atom
What's the Matter? Locating Electrons in an Atom Description The students roll dice in order to simulate the probability of locating an electron in a certain region around the nucleus. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.A.2.3.2.7.1 The student understands that protons and neutrons are located in the nucleus of th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  32.   Physical Properties of Matter
Physical Properties of Matter A Material Science Lesson Sharon Ramsay Chemistry Teacher Norwich High School Research Experience for Teachers Cornell Center for Materials Research August 2005 Summary Regents Chemistry Lesson Grades: 10-12 Physical Properties of Matter Skills At the completion of the lesson students should be able to...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  33.   What's the Matter with My Snow?
Science for Ohio Home What's the Matter with My Snow? Lesson Plan Summary: Students collect snow samples around their school. Collected samples are used to explore the concepts of density and phase change as well as the math skills of measurement and statistics. The "Take It Further" section of the lesson provides Internet links that allow stude...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  34.   What's the Matter with My Jell-O?
Science for Ohio Home What's the Matter with My Jell-O? Lesson Plan Summary: Students work in teams of four as they conduct four controlled Jell-O experiments over a two-day period. Styrofoam, sugar, salt, and room temperature treatments are compared to control Jell-O to investigate the effect of these treatments on the phase change of Jell-O fr...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  35.   Lesson 1 The Water Cycle/States of Matter
Lesson 1 The Water Cycle/States of Matter Essential Concepts: Water cycles on Earth in different forms States of matter of water Comparison of properties of solids, liquids and gases State transformations by adding and removing heat Water expands with negative temperature change Background: Water Goes Around Water continuously cycles between parts...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  36.   State of Matter
State of Matter Description Students examine how atoms change from solid to liquid to gas. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.A.1.3.4 The student knows that atoms in solids are close together and do not move around easily; in liquids, atoms tend to move farther apart; in gas, atoms are quite far apart and move...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  37.   Money Matters
Money Matters Description Money Matters is the fourth lesson in the unit, Common Cents. In this lesson, students practice adding, exchanging and comparing coins through games, hands-on activities and role-play. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards MA.A.3.1.2.0.1 The student creates and acts out number stories usi...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  38.   Matter Matters!
Matter Matters! Description This introductory lesson offers an interactive opportunity for the students' prior knowledge to be expressed and extends an understanding of the states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) through inquiry in preparation for more indepth experimentation in heating and cooling. Standards Flori...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  39.   Mind over Matter
Mind over Matter Description Mind Over Matter is for Day 2 of the unit Inventions and Inventors. Students use their minds to create new devices out of everyday objects (matter). An introduction to unit vocabulary words and their meanings follows. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.2.2.3.3.1 The student writes...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  40.   Mass Matters
Mass Matters Description This lesson is a creative way to illustrate the relationship between the stages in a star's life and the star's mass. The students create concept maps to organize the stages in the development of three categories of stars. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.E.2.4.1 The student knows...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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