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classes of solid


Curipod generated lesson: "classes of solid". #11-13

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1. Slide
60 seconds
Good afternoon. . .
2. Slide
60 seconds
group yourselves into 6. Each group shall roll the dice and is given 1 minute to formulate an explanation about the word shown in the dice. after which they will explain it in front.
Dice it!
3. Slide
60 seconds
each group will create a sound to identify them just like a buzzer to answer each question. corresponding points will be given if your answer is correct.
solid ka na ba?
4. Slide
60 seconds
Classes of Solid
5. Slide
60 seconds
Solids are divided into three categories: crystalline solids, amorphous solids, and polymers. Crystalline solids have a regular and repeating arrangement of atoms, molecules, or ions. Examples include salt, sugar, and diamond. Amorphous solids lack a regular arrangement of atoms, molecules, or ions. Examples include glass, rubber, and plastic.
Classes of Solids
6. Slide
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Solid State: A solid is a state of matter in which the atoms are closely packed together and do not move freely. Crystal Structure: The arrangement of atoms in a crystal is a repeating pattern in three dimensions. Phase Transitions: The change from one phase of matter to another is called a phase transition.
7. Slide
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Some solids, such as glass, don't have a fixed shape and can be reshaped when enough heat is applied. Solids can be either crystalline or amorphous. Crystalline solids have an ordered arrangement of atoms or molecules, while amorphous solids do not. The temperature at which a solid substance becomes a liquid is known as its melting point.
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8. Slide
60 seconds
there are different group of materials in front. each group will have 3 minutes to go and feel the materials. after doing so, you will create a comparison on each materials based on what kind of presentation you want to do, either you draw them, create a song, of play a game as long as you will show their difference when it comes to their physical appearance.
experiment timeeee na. . .
9. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in groups: How can the physical and chemical properties of a solid be used to identify its class?
10. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in group: What are the three main classes of solids and how do they differ from one another?
11. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw a two-headed alien driving a polka-dotted UFO.
12. Poll
60 seconds
What class of solid has a definite shape and volume?
  • Crystalline solids
  • Amorphous solids
  • Polymeric solids
13. Poll
60 seconds
Which class of solid has a disordered internal structure?
  • Amorphous solids
  • Crystalline solids
  • Polymeric solids
14. Poll
60 seconds
'Rubber' is an example of which type of solid?
  • Elastic Solid
  • Plastic Solid
  • Viscoelastic Solid
15. Poll
60 seconds
Which class of solid is characterized by long chains or networks of repeating units?
  • Polymeric Solids
  • Crystalline Solids
  • Amorphous Solids
16. Poll
60 seconds
What type(s) of bonding hold together the particles in metallic solids?
  • Metallic bonding
  • Covalent bonding
  • Ionic bonding

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