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P.2.2 - STATES OF MATTER QUIZ
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AFTER THE QUIZ:
STEP ONE - BRAIN POP:
You will watch a clip going over physical and chemical properties.
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After watching the video, take the review quiz.
Write down the questions and the answers on a separate piece of paper!
THIS IS HOW YOU WILL GET CREDIT!
STEP TWO - DISCOVERY EDUCATION
Log in to
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Look up the video
Matter: Definition and Examples
Answer the following questions in your notebook:
Why is pizza considered matter?
Is making pizza an example of a physical or a chemical change? Why?
Come up with your own example of when matter changes. Write whether you think your example is a physical change or a chemical change. Explain your answer.
STEP THREE - SOLUBILITY
At the next website, you will be given a set of materials that you will pour into water to see if they dissolve.
is a physical property that describes whether or not something can be dissolved. You will see which substances can be dissolved and if they can turn back into their original matter afterward. When you finish
take the quiz
WRITE DOWN THE QUESTIONS AND YOUR ANSWERS ON A SEPARATE PIECE OF PAPER.
THIS IS HOW YOU WILL GET CREDIT!!
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