Unit 1: Physical Properties of Matter
Key Learning Targets
(1.01) I can relate mass and volume physically and mathematically (1.02) I can accurately use a variety of lab equipment to take measurements (1.03) I can relate the precision of a measurement to the quality of the measuring tool (1.04) I can represent data using charts/graphs/equations (1.05) I can apply the law of conservation of system mass to physical situations (1.06) I can relate measurements that are expressed in different units (1.07) I can apply the property of density to identify substances using graphs/diagrams/equations (1.08) I can represent matter using particle diagrams (1.09) I can design and carry out a lab experiment Additional Assistance

Activities
Pringles Can Demonstration Think about what is happening at the smallest level, the particle level. How can that be drawn as a particle picture? The Flame Challenge: Explaining Science to an 11year old The Flame Challenge Winning Video Reading Scales WS (see me) Mass & Change Lab Handout PostLab Questions (see me) Notes Comparing Units of Volume Lab Graphing Notes LoggerPro Instructions "For Every" WS Graphing Practice WS Mass & Volume of Liquids Lab (see me) Worksheet #3 (see me) Worksheet #4 (see me) Density Quiz REVIEW WS ANSWERS Keys/HowtoGuides The Story So Far (Unit 1 Key) How to graph two sets of data on the same graph using Logger Pro this video shows it done using a Mac. It is the exact same on a PC. 