Reflection: Lesson Planning Hot and Cold Investigation - Section 2: Explore/Explain

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Hot and Cold Investigation

Unit 6: Properties of Matter
Lesson 13 of 14

Objective: SWBAT determine the effect of adding or removing energy on the state of matter in order to identify and use the boiling point and melting point to identify specific types of matter.

Big Idea: Matter comes in many physical forms and those forms can change resulting in all kinds of natural phenomena.

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