How do liquids change into solids? Learners differentiate between endothermic and exothermic changes and see how those relate to changes within states of matter. In addition, individuals take a look at vapor pressure, boiling and melting points, and sublimation as matter changes between solids, liquids, and gases.
- Use as an introduction to a lab on states of matter
- Have students come up with real-life examples of changes in states of matter to share with the class
- Presentations work together or as standalone lessons
- Chapters/pages refer to the textbook Holt Modern Chemistry (c) 2002 Texas Edition
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- Uses graphs and images to support learning
- Builds in thinking questions to gauge understanding