A comprehensive 47-slide PowerPoint
that introduces all major topics in a typical middle school / early high school unit on thermal energy.
Through text, pictures and animations, this presentation introduces numerous topics.
- Temperature vs. thermal energy
- Expansion and contraction
- 3 Temperature scales
- Changes of state
- Temperature during changes of state
- Temperature vs. heat
- Thermal insulators vs. thermal conductors
- Conduction, convection, radiation
Includes Linked Summary Notes Document:
- This product also includes a summary notes
- The summary notes are directly tied to the different sections and slides within the PPT
Bonus Section - Reading a Thermometer:
The presentation includes a separate quiz/game where students read the temperature on six different thermometer animations. A key is also included.
Corresponding Unit Document(s):
UNIT BUNDLE - Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature
PPT - Thermal Energy: Heat, Temperature, Conduction, Convection, Radiation
PPT - Jeopardy Game: Thermal Energy Review
Unit Overview & Key Words - Thermal Energy Unit
Worksheet - What is Temperature?
Worksheet - Heat Transfer by Conduction, Convection, and Radiation
Worksheet - Mysteries of Conduction, Convection, and Radiation
Worksheet - How Does a Lava Lamp Work?
Worksheet - How Does a Thermos or Vacuum Flask Work?
Worksheet - Preventing Heat Loss in Homes
Worksheet - Conduction, Convection, or Radiation? (A Review)
LAB - Predicting and Measuring Temperature in Celsius
LAB - What Direction Does Heat Flow?
LAB - Thermal Insulators and Conduction
LAB - Super Socks! - Insulating Properties of Sock Materials
LAB - Thermal Radiation
Quiz - Temperature and Temperature Scales
Quiz - Heat Transfer by Conduction, Convection, and Thermal Radiation
Unit Review - Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature
Unit Test - Thermal Energy: Heat and Temperature
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