AESC 4920S Lesson 1 - Physical Science Grade: 3 Heat and...

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Physical Science Grade: 3 Heat and Energy Objective/Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to visually show how heat and energy correlate, and to demonstrate the idea of potential and kinetic energy. This is a good introduction to the heat and energy unit because it shows students the basic energy types before they are introduced to specific types of energy. Materials: 1. Two clear bowls 2. Food color (only one color) 3. Hot water 4. Cold water 5. Pencils 6. Paper Preparations and Procedures: This activity will take approximately thirty to forty-five minutes. Introduction: (5-10 minutes) Begin the class by asking the students where energy is found. Once they have given you some ideas ask them if they think there is more energy in something hot or something cold. Discuss to them that when they play sports they need energy and ask them if playing makes them hot or cold. This will verbally answer their question on whether energy is in something hot or something cold. Procedures:
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course AESC 4920 taught by Professor Berle during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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AESC 4920S Lesson 1 - Physical Science Grade: 3 Heat and...

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