Converting Temperatures SPEED Session
- Each problem on the Converting Temps WS has two
parts. We will break them down as such.
- You will take turns on the whiteboard answering
Properties of Water Web Activity (20 points)
1.) Define surface tension.
1a.) Select and describe 2 examples of surface tension from the list at the bottom of the page.
2.) Define high specific heat (heat capacity).
2a.) Describe the car radiator example
Name _ Date _ Land versus Water Lab
Completed fishbones diagram
1. Which heats up faster: soil or water?
2. Since both the soil and water were exposed to the same amount of heat energy, which requires
Polarity of Water POGIL
How does the structure of a water molecules explain its polarity?
How do these properties benefit living things?
Explain the relationship between the polar nature of water and its ability to form hydrogen bonds.
Name: _ Date: _ Unit 6, Quiz 2 Study Guide
1.) Explain how the heating in a building depends on convention currents.
2.) Explain how radiation is different from conduction and convention.
3.) How does the energy from the sun reach the Earth? Why can it on
Section 10.2 Reading Guide Energy Transfer
Methods of Energy Transfer
1. Conduction involves object in _
2. Using the campfire example explain
3. When does conduction occur?
4. Explain how conduction can occur between
Heat Energy and Temperature
The transfer of energy from the particles (elements, compounds) of one object to the particles of
another object due to a temperature difference between the two objects is called heat. This
*does not identify
*error or omission &
Makes a logical prediction directly related
to the problem using appropriate terms.
Explains prediction discus
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ Unit 6 Quiz 1 SG
1.) When you place a thermometer in a beaker of warm water, what happens to the liquid inside the tube
of the thermometer? (explain in terms of volume)
2.) Think about how a piece of ice melts in your hand. Which