Year 8 davinci

April Shorrock
April ShorrockNsw Department Of Education and Training
OUTCOMES
Students will define what
is matter.
Students will be able to
list methods that scientist
use to investigate atoms.
Students will
OUTLINE
1. Quick review of elements and
compounds
2. Everything is made of matter
3. What is matter?
4. How do we see it , how do we
know its there?
HOMEWORK
What did they believe
before they developed
the particle theory?
DO NOW
What is the smallest
things you’ve ever
seen?
Do Now
What is the smallest thing you’ve
ever seen?
1. Quick Review
 List as many elements as you can think of in 60 sec.
Write their names or symbols
 How many did you get?
• Ask Pierre to do this
 List as many compounds as you can in 60 sec
 How many did you get ?
• Pierres number
2. Everything matters
 What do we know
 That there are things called Atoms
 They are made of even smaller parts protons, electrons,
neutrons
 Where are these atoms?
 EVERYWHERE!
 All these elements, compounds and
molecules have mass
KEY CONCEPT
Matter is anything that
takes up space (has
volume, and can be
weighed.
Can we see Atoms
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqLlgIaz1L0
 What element were they looking at?
 Platinum Pt
 What are the little bumps on the element?
 What is disassociation of the particles ?
 Why is it important to look at atomic structure?
How can we use this?
 Helps us to understand the world around us.
 Matter describes anything that has mass. The universe
is made of matter, which in turn is made of particles.
 How these particles behave determine the
characteristics of the substance.
OUTCOMES
Students will describe
matter in terms of
particles that are
constantly moving.
Students will apply the
theory of particle theory
to the world around them.
OUTLINE
What is the theory behind this?
Particle theory
How do we use this
HOMEWORK
Why does the handle
of a metal spoon heat
faster than a wooden
DO NOW
Talk with your
neighbour about what
you discovered with
your homework
Review
 Last lesson we understood that
 Matter is everywhere
 Particles interacting gives substances their characteristics
Particle theory
History of Particle theory.
 Video on particle motion in real life situation (mercury
/ lead)
What is particle motion
 Main points
How do we describe matter
 Physical state (solid, liquid, gas)
 Colour- Is it oderless, flowery, spicey, neasuating
 Clarity- Clear, Cloudy, opaque
 Luster- Shiny, dull
 Form- Regular (crytalline), Irregular (amorphous)
 Texture- How does it feel, fine, course, smooth, waxy
 Hardness- Can it be scratched easily (scale 1-10)
 Brittleness- is it flexible or brittle
 Malleability- can it be bent and folded
 Ductility – can it be stretched out into long wires
 Viscosity- does it flow? Viscous or non viscous.
Practicum- describing matter
 In groups you are to go from table to table describing
the matter on the table using your new scientific
vocabulary.
 Write your answers in the table provided for you.
OUTCOMES
Students will be able to
define the three states of
matter.
Students will be able to
explain how matter is
transformed.
OUTLINE
What are the three states of matter?
Discuss the movement of particles from last
lesson.
Worksheet labelling
How do we change the state of matter?
HOMEWORK DO NOW
Types of matter
There are three main types of matter
What are they?
Solids
Liquids
Gases
Properties
States of
matter
Can be
weighed
Occupy
space
Fixed Shape Fixed
Volume
Can be
compressed
SOLIDS
yeS
YES YES YES NO
LIQUIDS YES YES NO YES NO
GASES YES YES NO NO YES
 Discuss the particle theory
 What elements are liquids at room temp
 Experiment particles and models

OUTCOMES
Students will be able to explain expansion
and contraction in terms of the particle
model
Students will produce diagrams that
represent how particles expand and contract.
Students will relate the changes in the
particle movement to the physical changes of
the material.
OUTLINE
1. Expansion and
contraction
2. How do we relate this to
our particle model?
HOMEWORK DO NOW
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Year 8 davinci

  • 1. OUTCOMES Students will define what is matter. Students will be able to list methods that scientist use to investigate atoms. Students will OUTLINE 1. Quick review of elements and compounds 2. Everything is made of matter 3. What is matter? 4. How do we see it , how do we know its there? HOMEWORK What did they believe before they developed the particle theory? DO NOW What is the smallest things you’ve ever seen?
  • 2. Do Now What is the smallest thing you’ve ever seen?
  • 3. 1. Quick Review  List as many elements as you can think of in 60 sec. Write their names or symbols  How many did you get? • Ask Pierre to do this  List as many compounds as you can in 60 sec  How many did you get ? • Pierres number
  • 4. 2. Everything matters  What do we know  That there are things called Atoms  They are made of even smaller parts protons, electrons, neutrons  Where are these atoms?  EVERYWHERE!  All these elements, compounds and molecules have mass
  • 5. KEY CONCEPT Matter is anything that takes up space (has volume, and can be weighed.
  • 6. Can we see Atoms  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqLlgIaz1L0
  • 7.  What element were they looking at?  Platinum Pt  What are the little bumps on the element?  What is disassociation of the particles ?  Why is it important to look at atomic structure?
  • 8. How can we use this?  Helps us to understand the world around us.  Matter describes anything that has mass. The universe is made of matter, which in turn is made of particles.  How these particles behave determine the characteristics of the substance.
  • 9. OUTCOMES Students will describe matter in terms of particles that are constantly moving. Students will apply the theory of particle theory to the world around them. OUTLINE What is the theory behind this? Particle theory How do we use this HOMEWORK Why does the handle of a metal spoon heat faster than a wooden DO NOW Talk with your neighbour about what you discovered with your homework
  • 10. Review  Last lesson we understood that  Matter is everywhere  Particles interacting gives substances their characteristics
  • 11. Particle theory History of Particle theory.
  • 12.  Video on particle motion in real life situation (mercury / lead)
  • 13. What is particle motion  Main points
  • 14. How do we describe matter  Physical state (solid, liquid, gas)  Colour- Is it oderless, flowery, spicey, neasuating  Clarity- Clear, Cloudy, opaque  Luster- Shiny, dull  Form- Regular (crytalline), Irregular (amorphous)  Texture- How does it feel, fine, course, smooth, waxy  Hardness- Can it be scratched easily (scale 1-10)  Brittleness- is it flexible or brittle  Malleability- can it be bent and folded  Ductility – can it be stretched out into long wires  Viscosity- does it flow? Viscous or non viscous.
  • 15. Practicum- describing matter  In groups you are to go from table to table describing the matter on the table using your new scientific vocabulary.  Write your answers in the table provided for you.
  • 16. OUTCOMES Students will be able to define the three states of matter. Students will be able to explain how matter is transformed. OUTLINE What are the three states of matter? Discuss the movement of particles from last lesson. Worksheet labelling How do we change the state of matter? HOMEWORK DO NOW
  • 17. Types of matter There are three main types of matter What are they? Solids Liquids Gases
  • 18. Properties States of matter Can be weighed Occupy space Fixed Shape Fixed Volume Can be compressed SOLIDS yeS YES YES YES NO LIQUIDS YES YES NO YES NO GASES YES YES NO NO YES
  • 19.  Discuss the particle theory  What elements are liquids at room temp  Experiment particles and models 
  • 20. OUTCOMES Students will be able to explain expansion and contraction in terms of the particle model Students will produce diagrams that represent how particles expand and contract. Students will relate the changes in the particle movement to the physical changes of the material. OUTLINE 1. Expansion and contraction 2. How do we relate this to our particle model? HOMEWORK DO NOW

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  1. Which states of matter can be weighed?Which take up space?Which have a fixed volumeWhat property do liquids have that solids don’tWhat property do gases have that lq don’t