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Temperature and Energy Activity Name Date Learning Objectives: Be able to describe the relationship between energy and temperatu

Temperature and Energy Activity
Name
Date
Learning Objectives:
Be able to describe the relationship between energy and temperature.
Be able to describe in words and pictures how energy is transferred between two objects at different temperatures
and explain when and why this process stops.
Be able to plan an investigation to produce data to support a model of how the system of a hot object and a cold
object will change with time.
PhET Energy forms and changes available at: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-forms-and-changes
1) In the boxes below, draw the model given in the simulation and draw a model of the molecules in an object when the object
is cold (left) and when the object is hot (right). Assume that the object in both pictures is the same object just at different
temperatures.
Cold Object Energy Model from sim
Hot Object Energy Model from sim
Hot Object Molecules
Cold Object Molecules
2) At the molecular level, what form of energy do the molecules have?
3) Heat up the brick and the iron to the same temperature. What differences do you notice?
Iron
Brick
4) What does temperature measure? Support your answer with evidence from the sim.

Temperature and Energy Activity Name Date Learning Objectives: Be able to describe the relationship between energy and temperature. Be able to describe in words and pictures how energy is transferred between two objects at different temperatures and explain when and why this process stops. Be able to plan an investigation to produce data to support a model of how the system of a hot object and a cold object will change with time. PhET Energy forms and changes available at: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-forms-and-changes 1) In the boxes below, draw the model given in the simulation and draw a model of the molecules in an object when the object is cold (left) and when the object is hot (right). Assume that the object in both pictures is the same object just at different temperatures. Cold Object Energy Model from sim Hot Object Energy Model from sim Hot Object Molecules Cold Object Molecules 2) At the molecular level, what form of energy do the molecules have? 3) Heat up the brick and the iron to the same temperature. What differences do you notice? Iron Brick 4) What does temperature measure? Support your answer with evidence from the sim.

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