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OBJECTS IN MOTION
FORCES ACTING ON OBJECTS
OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
ROTATION AND REVOLUTION
LIGHT FROM OUR SUN
HOW WE SEE OUR MOON
Solar System Animoto Project
ATOMS, ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS
PROPERTIES OF MATTER
PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS
ROCKS AND MINERALS
Junior High Bears
Recognize thermal energy as the random motion (kinetic energy) of molecules or atoms within a substance.
Use the kinetic molecular model to explain changes in the temperature of a material.
Recognize thermal energy is transferred as heat from warmer objects to cooler objects until both reach the same temperature (equillibrium)
Recognize the type of materials that transfer energy by conduction, convection, and/or radiation
Describe how heat is transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation, and classify examples of each
Classify common materials (wood, foam, plastic, glass, aluminum foil, soil, air, water) as conductors or insulators of thermal energy
Predict the differences in temperature over time on different colored (black and white) objects placed under the same heat source
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