A 1-page review worksheet
that challenges students to examine 24 real-world examples
and determine which type of heat transfer each represents, from conduction, convection, and thermal radiation
. Three of the examples are the actual definitions
of conduction, convection, and thermal radiation, so the worksheet also reviews these key vocabulary terms.
- The Sun makes you feel warm on a sunny day (thermal radiation)
- The safest place to be in a fire is low to the floor (convection)
- The outside of a pipe gets hot when it carries hot water (conduction)
- The transfer of thermal energy by direct contact (definition of conduction)
is a full, colored answer key
for the 24 examples
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- This worksheet comes in 2 formats: a static PDF document
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Relevant CC Standard(s) and/or NGSS Core Idea(s) Addressed by This Product:
NGSS - MS-PS3.A
Physical Science – Energy – Definitions of Energy
NGSS - MS-PS3.B
Physical Science – Energy – Conservation of Energy and Energy Transfer
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