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1. Word cloud
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In what type of material does conduction happen?
2. Slide
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describe how energy transfer may take place by conduction. explain the role of conduction in everyday phenomena. explain how insulation is used to reduce energy transfers from conduction.
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3. Slide
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Conduction is the transfer of heat from one object to another through direct contact. When a hotter object is placed in contact with a colder object, heat will transfer from the hotter object to the colder object. Examples of conduction are boiling water on the stove and heating a home with radiators.
Conduction: Heat Transfer Through Matter
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Conduction is the transfer of energy in the form of heat energy through a medium. The speed of conduction is affected by the type of material in which it is travelling. It is possible to measure the rate of conduction in materials by using a special instrument called a thermal conductivity meter.
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5. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What are two examples of everyday phenomena in which conduction plays an important role in transferring energy?
6. Personalised Feedback
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What are some examples of materials that are good conductors of heat?
7. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a penguin running a marathon in roller skates, wearing a sweatband and carrying a water bottle
8. Poll
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Which of the following is an example of conduction?
  • Listening to music
  • Seeing a rainbow
  • Touching a hot stove
9. Poll
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What is conduction?
  • The process of converting solids into liquids
  • The transfer of heat through direct contact
  • The movement of energy through electromagnetic waves
10. Poll
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Which material is a good conductor of heat?
  • Wood
  • Plastic
  • Metal
11. Poll
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What happens to the particles in a solid when heat is conducted?
  • Particles vibrate and pass on energy to neighboring particles.
  • Particles break apart and become free electrons.
  • Particles evaporate into gas form.
12. Poll
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Which type(s) of materials are typically poor conductors?
  • Insulators
  • Liquids
  • Metals

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