NATURAL GAS: HOW THIS ENERGY SOURCE WAS FORMED


Students will identify different states of matter and connect Utah’s natural resources to Utah’s daily life and industry.


Summary


SEEd 6.2.2 Develop a model to predict the effect of heat energy on states of matter and density. Emphasize the arrangement of particles in states of matter (solid, liquid, or gas) and during phase changes (melting, freezing, condensing, and evaporating). (PS1.A, PS3.A)


Lesson Performance Expectations


Students will identify different states of matter, make a model of the effect of heat energy on particles and connect Utah’s natural resources to Utah’s daily life and industry.