Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams

Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
Physical Science +Thinking Tool Diagrams
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DOWNLOAD: over 46 pages (index card 5x3 in. size with 4up on each page) to be printed, cutout or drawn for students to use to preview or review material with their new flash cards. A great time saver for teachers with over 150 thinking diagrams.

PLUS: 8 thinking diagrams template pages (8.5x11 size)
BONUS: 4 crossword puzzles with answer key
BONUS: brainstorming ART & periodic table
BONUS: Einstein Paper Foldable - besides being fun to make, when you create foldables, you are activating your whole brain. It has many benefits like developing eye hand co-ordination, attention to detail, perseverance, spatial skills, reasoning and sequencing skills. According to the latest research on the brain, when both hands are engaged, motor impulses activate the language portion of the brain.

Physical Science covered:
• Physical Sci - skills scientists use, measurement sys, how science develops, science inquiry, study of matter, temperature, density, liquids vs solids, emergency, slope, graphs, plot line graph

• Nature of Matter - mixtures, physical vs. chemical, substances, compounds, atoms, elements, particles

• Solids, Liquids, Gases - energy, states of matter, change to liquid to sold to liquid to gas, changes of state, measuring gas, change, temperature vs. pressure

• Elements & Periodic Table - atomic theory, atomic model, periodic table, Mendeleev, modern table, metals, other classes of elements, radiation, radioactive, discovery of elements

• Atoms & Bonding - electrons, covalent bond, ions, ionic compound, metal & alloy, metallic properties

• Chemical Reaction = matter & change, conservation of matter, change in property & energy, chemical reaction, balance chemical equations, rates of reaction, fire

• Acids, Bases, Solutions - solutions, particles, water, effect, acids, concentration, bases, solubility, acid to base, acid vs. base, conversion, analogies

• Carbon Chemistry - carbon atoms, forms of pure carbon, carbon compound, organic compound, polymers, hydrocarbon structure, substituted hydrocarbon, organic compound, synthetic polymer, molecules of life, development of polymers

• Motion & Energy - motion, distance vs displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, speed of transportation, calculate acceleration, energy

• Forces - nature of force, friction, force, gravity, Newton, calculate force, Sputnik, Rocket liftoff, Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion, momentum, satellite

• Forces in Fluids - pressure, fluid pressure, density, pressure variations, density of substance, change density, buoyancy, Pascal, Bernoulli

• Earth, Moon & Sun - Earth movement, seasons, tracking cycle of the year, orbital motion, moon phases, eclipse, gravity, tides, moon surface, moon characteristics

• Explore Space - rockets, multistage rocket, origin, how it works, space program, work in space

• Solar Sys - space science, geocentric vs heliocentric, history of astronomy, solar system, components, distance, explore, sun, sun’s layers, inner vs outer planets, inner planets, Earth’s layers, atmosphere, Mars, Mercury, Venus, outer planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, circumference of Neptune, objects in solar system

• Stars, Galaxies, Universe - electromagnetic radiation, types of telescopes, waves vs. spectrum, electromagnetic spectrum, radiation, measure distance to stars, develop modern telescope, star characteristics, life vs death of stars, universe, galaxies

+Thinking diagrams are visuals that students use to graphically map out ideas and enhance their learning. These model includes eight different organizers with a different purpose:

• Brainstorming/Revelations/Defining

• Identifying Part/Whole relationships

• Classifying/Grouping

• Comparing/Contrasting

• Analyzing Causes/Effects

• Displaying Analogies/Parallels

• Describing/Explaining/Elaborating

• Sequencing/Ordering

Educators can use these visuals to teach across the curriculum. Students improve complex thinking skills and demonstrate increased student comprehension. The benefits of visual tools have been demonstrated through research and class observation. IMPROVES NOTE TAKING & HELP STUDY SKILLS.

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