# YR1_T1_LSN3

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#### Slide 1 -Slide

Homework not done...
What do you need to have done before this lesson:
Make sure you are logged into all the required apps (see below). Not connected = HW not done
Complete exercises of Topic 1.2 (pages 14 & 16)
Study the glossary of Topic 1.2 on StudyGo.

#### Slide 2 -Slide

Homework for today:
• Discuss the homework exercises in your groups.
• If you cannot work it out in your group you can ask me questions.
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#### Slide 4 -Slide

• 13. a. Basic unit of length is: meters.
• b. Basic unit of volume: liters.
• c. Basic unit of mass: grams.
• 14. a. You can use a ruler to measure the length of a pencil.
•  b. You can use a scale to measure the mass of a pebble.
•  c. You can use a clock to measure the time it takes to brush your teeth.
•  d. You can use a graduated cylinder to measure the volume of water in a glass.
• 15. a. The best unit for measuring the length of your pencil is centimeters.
•  b. The best unit to measure the height of the Eiffel tower is meters.
• c. The best unit to measure the mass of an eyelash is milligrams.
• d. The best unit to measure the volume of a cup of tea is milliliters or centiliters
• e. The best unit to measure the time it takes to boil water is minutes.
• 16. The lab safety rules are:
• Always be properly protected. This includes wearing safety glasses and a lab coat plus tying back long hair.
• Do not eat or drink anything in the lab.
• No running or fooling around.
• Follow the instructions given for the experiment. If you are in doubt about what you should do, ask your teacher or the lab technician for help.

#### Slide 6 -Slide

• 17. a. A wash bottle: A squeeze bottle filled with distilled water. It can be used to wash
•   other equipment or dispense small amounts of water.
•  b. A pipet: Used to transfer small amounts of liquids.
•  c. Beakers: Used for holding, mixing, measuring, and pouring liquid chemicals.
•  d. Tongs: used to pick up hot containers, materials, etc.
• 18. a. Height of a mosquito: about 1 centimeter.
• b. Mass of your chair: about 10 kilograms.
• c. Volume of a trash can: about 20 liters.
• d. Area of the top of your desk: about 40 centimeters by 70 centimeters, is about
2800 cm2
• e. Time it takes to blink: less than 1 second.

#### Slide 8 -Slide

• 20. a. 14 ml; 18 ml; 42 ml; 90 ml.
•  b. The second one: the scale is very precise for 20 ml.
• 21. a. 19 C; 63 C; 23 C.
•  b. Snowy climate means a temperature around 0 C. Thermometer two would be
• best, as it shows temperature around 0 C. And it has a very fine scale.
• c. If hot water means a temperature around 100 C, then it would be best to use
• thermometer 2. This thermometer goes up to 100 C.

#### Slide 10 -Slide

• 22. a. Dangers of bleach: corrosive, danger for the environment.
•  b. The safety symbols for bleach:
• 23. a. The dimensions of one shoebox equals: 20 x 30 x 15 cm = 9,000 cm3.
• The dimensions of the large box is: 80 cm x 1.5m (150 cm) x 70 cm = 80 x 150 x 70 = 840,000 cm3.
• You can stack the boxes…
• The width of the big box is 80 cm; therefore you can have 80/20 = 4 boxes wide.
• The length of the box is 1.5 m = 150 cm; therefore 150/30 = 5 boxes deep.
• The height of the boxes is 70 cm; therefore you can have 70/15 = 4 boxes tall, with some space left over at the top.
• So, overall you can fit 4 x 5 x 4 = 80 shoeboxes in the large box
• b. There will be some space left. The total size of the large box - the size that is taken up by the 80 shoeboxes = 840,000 cm3 - (80 x 9,000 cm3) = 840,000 - 720,000 = 120,000 cm3.

#### Slide 11 -Slide

Topic 1: Observing the World

#### Slide 12 -Slide

LESSON 3
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Learning Goals:
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Summary of the day:
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#### Slide 13 -Slide

Learning Goals:
• I can explain what density is.
• I know how the particles look in a low density substance and a high density substance.
• I know how to calculate the density using a table if the mass and volume are given.
• I know what the unit is for density.

Key words:
• Density
• Molecule

density

#### Slide 16 -Mind map

Density:

Density is how much matter is packed into a given area.

#### Slide 17 -Slide

The different states of water are more dense, the colder the temperature. Think of the difference between steam, water and ice.

#### Slide 21 -Slide

Homework for lesson 4:
• Complete the exercises on page 20 & 22.
• Study the glossary of topic 1.3 in StudyGo
• Study your notes and the lessonups of the last 3 lessons.
• Next lesson will be a practice quiz.

#### Slide 22 -Slide

Learning Goals:
• I can convert between different units in the metric system
• I know the names of the most common lab materials and what they are used for
• I know the lab safety rules and safety symbols
• I know where to find the different safety materials in the lab

#### Slide 23 -Slide

Summary of the day:

#### Slide 24 -Slide

Practice exercises:
• Continue working on the exercises on page 20 & 22
• Write the answers in your textbook.
• What you do not complete is homework for the next lesson!