1. Topic-
 States Of matter: solid to liquid, liquid to solid. Crystallization
2. Content-
 Definitions: Solid, liquid, crystallize, evaporate,supersaturated.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
 1. Explain the difference between a solid and a liquid. 2. Explain how combining a solid and liquid changes both a solid and a liquid. 3. Explain how heating and cooling solids and liquids change them.
4. Objectives-
 1. Identify two of the three states of matter. 2. observe how heating and cooling changes the matter. 3. Investigate and observe how mixtures can be made by combining solids and liquids.
5. Materials and Aids-
 Hot plate, wooden spoon,sauce pan or pot,goggles, apron, oven mitten, water, sugar, food coloring, flavoring,wax paper,marker,paper tape, magnifying glass,measuring cup, candy thermometer, glass jar, wet string, nail, paper clip. Technology needed- web camera, laptop, projector and screen.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

 Has anyone ever made their own candy before? Well today for our science lesson we will be making rock candy, does anyone know what that is? Well rock candy is a syrup mixture that looses moisture and forms little crystals that look like little rock formations. I'm sure if you ask your parents or grandparents what rock candy is they could tell you all about it. Our color and flavor for the candy will be

B. Development-

C. Practice-

 1. students will make lists of solids and liquids and compare and contrast them. 2. Students will assess what liquids can turn into solids and what solids turn into liquids. 3. Students will mix solids and liquids to determine if they are compatible and what the outcome would be if they were heated or cooled.

D. Independent Practice-

 Students will draw what they see developing over the seven day period and predict what they think will happen. They will journal their thoughts on solids and liquids.

Closure-

 At the end of the seven day period the students will then explain as a group what the process was of making rock candy as well as what the difference in solid and liquids are.
7. Evaluation-
 Mini True/False quiz to assess today's understanding. Brief pupils on their ongoing assignment: Over the seven days, pupils will: note down what changes that they see happening as well as keep a journal to demonstrate the changes over time, such as the liquid disappearing and the the crystals forming.

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