A. The Nature of Matter: 1. The student understands that all matter has observable, measurable properties.:6-8:The student...
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identifies various ways in which substances differ (e.g., mass, volume, shape, density, texture, and reaction to temperature and light).
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understands the difference between weight and mass.
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knows that temperature measures the average energy of motion of the particles that make up the substance.
Activity: Ring My Bell Jar
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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 around freely.
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knows the difference between a physical change in a substance (i.e., altering the shape, form, volume, or density) and a chemical change (i.e., producing new substances with different characteristics).
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knows that equal volumes of different substances may have different masses.
Activity: Density of Different Liquids