HT7.2

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  • Believing in things that we cannot see is a very important premise of our Catholic faith. Remind students that this is a parallel to many scientific beliefs:  heat causes changes in matter, and even though we often cannot see the process happen (evaporation, condensation, sublimation), we see the effects.
  • We understand the Holy Trinity through scripture and faith; even though we cannot see the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, we often see the effects in our lives and in the creation that surrounds us.
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    a. Provide examples from daily life that illustrate the effects of heating and cooling on solids, liquids, and gases.
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  • Radiant heat is caused by the sun's rays and is light energy for the earth. We often refer to Jesus as the Light of the World. In what ways does Jesus' compassion and forgiveness warm our hearts?  How are we called to bring the heart of Christ to others?
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    b. Conduct experiments to determine the effects of changes in temperature on solids, liquids, and gases.
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    c. Construct and label a heating curve for water, using student-collected data, indicating states of matter and changes of state.
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    d. Create a visual or dramatic representation to explain changes of state of matter (e.g., melting, freezing, evaporation, condensation, and sublimation) according to the particle model of matter.
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    e. Choose appropriate instruments (e.g. alcohol thermometer, temperature probe, and thermocouple) and use them safely, effectively, and accurately for collecting temperature data when investigating states of matter and changes of state.
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    f. Trace the historical development of different scales (e.g., Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Rankine) and instruments used to measure temperature (e.g., liquid-in-glass thermometers, bi-metallic strips, digital thermometers, liquid crystal thermometers, thermocouples, and computer sensors) and discuss the need for standardized measurements of temperature.
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    g. Distinguish between heat and temperature using the concept of kinetic energy and the particle model of matter.
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    h. Explain how evidence gathered while investigating states of matter and changes in states of matter supports or refutes the particle theory of matter.
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