States of Matter - Intermolecular Forces, Kinetic Molecular Theory, Temperature, Pressure, Solids, Liquids, Gases
This bundle of Power Point Presentations includes 80 slides
of information that teach the following objectives:
•Describe basic principles of the kinetic theory of gases
•Explain where pressure comes from and what affects it
•Convert in between units of pressure
•Explain what will happen mathematically to the average KE of
particles if temperature changes
•Explain the properties of liquids according to the KT
•Relate a KE diagram to the process of evaporation
•Describe the equilibrium process
•Describe vapor pressure and how it is affected by temperature and nature of the liquid
•Explain the relationship between boiling point and vapor pressure
•Predict a way to boil a liquid without changing the temperature of the liquid
•Describe solids according to the Kinetic Theory
•Explain differences and similarities between ionic and molecular solids
•Draw a phase diagram and label each state of matter, changes of state, and the triple point
•Identify at what temperature or pressure a substance will change state
•Identify which state is the most/least dense form and normal boiling point and normal freezing point
The Power Points are separated into sequential order and chunked for easier student understanding. The slides are fully editable and contains great visual aids and step-by-step examples! As an added bonus, there are 4 video clips included that illustrate a variety of concepts such as: intermolecular forces, atmospheric pressure, and more!
Other States of Matter lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Solids (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Phase Diagrams
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Labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Polymers aka Making SLIME! Great for a states of matter unit when discussing IM forces!
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