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  • Come to the Dark Side - … : "What is dark matter? Why do scientists think dark matter exists? What questions do scientists have about dark matter?" After a few minutes … matter? How did the model help to explain the evidence for dark matter? What else do you want to know about dark matter … : Dark Matter OTHER RESOURCES: http://science.howstuffworks.com/dark-matter.htm How Dark Matter Works Overview of the evidence for dark matter and its …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • The Dirt on Soil - … and oil The eggs and oil represent organic matter in the soil. Organic matter is plants and animals, which die and start … (example: water blue drops; air gray squiggles; mineral matter different colored pebbles; organic matter-animals that live in the soil and decaying … material in soil. Rocks are organic matter. Dead and decaying animals are once-living organic matter. Organic materials provide nutrients or food …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Independent Study Unit on the Gas Laws - … states of matter that we study in Chemistry. 3. Name the state of matter that we will study now. 4. Matter is made … matter? 12. The Kinetic Theory makes these three basic assumptions: 12a. Matter is composed of very tiny particles. 12b. The particles of matter are in continual motion. 12c. The particles of matter do …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Kindergarten Poetry collection - … water just the same! What Is Matter? (Sung to Three Blind Mice) What is matter? What is matter? A solid, liquid, or gas … a thing could be true? That is matter. That is matter. Matter Really Matters by Sue Boulais Matter is very important; It makes up the … earth is matter, so is the sea, And the sky is matter, too. (Of course what matters most of all Is the matter that is you!) There's matter almost everywhere, Except …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The Air We Breathe - … engineering, Clean Air Act, combustion, emissions, environmental engineer, filter, particulate matter, pollution detection Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum subject … before it is released into the atmosphere. To remove particulate matter, commonly engineered systems include gravity settlers, cyclones, electrostatic precipitators, scrubbers … let certain particles through. Vocabulary/Definitions (Return to Contents) particulate matter: Matter in the air, usually less than 10 micrometers in diameter …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • What's the Matter? - … grade curriculum guide Benchmarks: PS-4 (Benchmark B): Explain that matter has different states and that each state has distinct physical … size, shape, or state of matter of a substance. Usually a change in state of matter is dependent on temperature, which tells … very apart. Again pose the question about the state of matter they best represent. Discuss with the students the arrangement of … states of matter Temperature affects the state of matter in which a substance is in A change in state of matter is considered …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Unsolved Mystery--Disappearing Matter - … Mystery -- Disappearing Matter Ina Gill, WVPT Topic: States of Matter and Data Collection. Most students know the states of matter. They will tell you that there are three states of matter … Science Guy #113, Phases of Matter. This program provides a good introduction to the states of matter for an academically-challenged group …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Title of Science Lesson: Heat and Matter - … 2005/2006 School Year Title of Science Lesson: Heat and Matter Developed for: McBride School Developed by: Catriona Gordon (scientist), Dorothy … heat makes matter expand, and cooling makes matter contract. Background Information Matter is anything that occupies space. The three states of matter are solids … its original state (eg. Water). These changes are reversible. Some matter when heated changes permanently (bread, when heated changes into toast …
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  • Chemical Changes to Matter - … 1. Review permanent and reversible changes to matter. 2. Learn about chemical changes to matter. 3. Learn about molecules and atoms. 4 … don’t change with a physical change to matter. 2. Discuss chemical changes to matter and emphasize that molecules and atoms rearrange … for examples of other chemical changes to matter. 3. Demonstrate a chemical change to matter by pouring ¼ cup of vinegar into a …
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  • Matter Sorter Game - … BrainPOP resources to explore the states of matter. Students will determine whether an example of matter is a solid, liquid, gas, or … under study. Students will: Identify the states of matter. Determine whether an example of matter is a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma … students were not previously familiar with that state of matter. Project the Matter Sorter game for the class to see. Explain the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
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