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6.2.3.2.3 Heat Transfer

6.2.3.2.3 Heat Transfer

Author: Jason Fritz
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6.2.3.2.3

Describe how heat energy is transferred in conduction, convection and radiation.

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Tutorial

Chapter 6: Thermal Energy Video

An overview of the important concepts from the chapter.

Source: adapted from Physical iScience - McGraw/Hill

Chapter 6: Thermal Energy (edited)

Source: Source: adapted from Physical iScience - McGraw/Hill

Ch. 6 Lesson 2: Thermal Energy Transfer

Students find vocabulary in their Physical iScience book and include a definition, picture, and possible example.

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Sophia Heat Transfer Pathway

NGSS Standard MSNGSS Standard MS-PS3-3PS3-3 (click on link)

Apply scientific principles to design, construct, and test a device that either minimizes or maximizes thermal energy transfer.

 

 

 

 

Source: Sophia.org

Reading Coach - Chapter 6 Lesson 1: Thermal Energy, Temperature, and Heat

modified reading from the book

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Source: Physical iScience

Reading Coach - Chapter 6 Lesson 2: Thermal Energy Transfers

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Source: McGraw-Hill; Physical iScience

Quick Vocabulary: Thermal Energy

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Source: McGraw/Hill

Chapter 6: Thermal Energy

Lesson 1 Thermal Energy, Temperature, and Heat
Lesson 2 Thermal Energy Transfers
Lesson 3 Using Thermal Energy

Source: McGraw/Hill

Temperature and Heat

-Watch it Spread Lab
-Kinetic Theory of Matter
-Temperature scale and conversion
-Thermal Expansion
-Specific Heat
-Conduction, Convection, Radiation
-Temperature vs. Heat vs. Thermal Energy
-Calculating Heat

Source: Science with Mr. Jones

Heat Demos

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Heat Transfer – Conduction, Convection, Radiation

Directions: List the type(s) of heat transfer represented by the visuals and explain your reasoning. For number seven, come up with your own visual, along with the type(s) of heat transfer, and your reasoning.

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Source: Science with Mr. Jones

Vsauce Hot & Cold Science

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 1

Microwave Plasma 2

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 2

Amazing Fire Trick!

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 3

Light bulb filament

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 4

Antarctica Condition 1 Weather

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 5

Dry ice farts when you cut it!

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 6

BREAK HEARTS with Liquid Nitrogen

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 7

Ben Miller experiments with superfluid helium - Horizon: What is One Degree? - BBC Two

Temperature! Leanback #3 -- Part 8

Bose--Einstein Condensate

Vsauce How Hot Can It Get?

Temperatures

"In My Head" - Jason Derulo parady Heat Transfer Song

The Heating Song ("The Lazy Song" Bruno Mars)

Absolute Zero: Absolute Awesome

Hank explains absolute zero: -273.15 degrees Celsius - and the coldest place in the known universe may surprise you.

Source: SciShow

Save the Penguins

Phase 1: Materials Testing

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Save the Penguins

Phase 2: Design

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Save the Penguins

Phase 3: Re-Design

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Sophia Heat Transfer Pathway

Click here for link to pathway - this is a participation assignment and you must be signed into sophia.org to recieve credit.

Apply scientific principles to design, construct, and test a device that either minimizes or maximizes thermal energy transfer.

Source: Sophia.org

Solar Oven

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Safari Montage Video

For students to use Safari Montage they just need to sign in as they would a school computer.

Bill Nye: Heat

Bill Nye the Science Guy explains what heat is and about explores its three forms: conduction, convection, and radiation. This live-action, fast-paced program also features comedy, music videos, interviews with real scientists, and hands-on experiments to make the concepts presented understandable and fun.

20 min 53 sec

Safety Smart Science with Bill Nye the Science Guy: Fire

Bill Nye the Science Guy gives tips on how to be smart and safe around fire in this program. Students will learn the science of fire, the roles that heat, oxygen and fuel play in igniting a fire, and methods of heat transfer. Please note that all demonstrations in the program were conducted in controlled settings under strict safety guidelines.

26 min 24 sec

Heat

In Heat, a visiting inventor discovers just how useful the island's mammoth population is in keeping things warm one freezing winter day on Mammoth Island! The warm-blooded creatures help heat water, press clothes, warm beds and keep the village sauna hot and steamy. Heat is energy that comes from the movement of the atoms and molecules that make up everything around us. The inventor reveals that heat can travel from place to place in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation. And he also reveals his amazement at the islanders' ingenious use of mammoths to keep warm! Part of the multivolume series The Way Things Work, based on the best-selling book by David Macaulay.

13 min 33 sec

Heat & Chemical Energy

What is heat energy, where does it come from and how does it relate to chemical energy? Heat & Chemical Energy teaches students that heat energy comes from the motion of chemical atoms, and chemical energy is stored in the bonds that link atoms together. Discover how chemical reactions can give off heat energy and how heat can help release the stored chemical energy in fuel. Learn how heat travels through engaging demonstrations that illustrate the methods of conduction, convection and radiation. Students investigate how scientists measure calories -- the energy stored in food -- by constructing a calorimeter and burning a peanut. Part of the multivolume Energy in Action Video Series.

23 min 45 sec

Source: Safari Montage