Fahrenheit Teacher Resources
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Looking for a good worksheet to help teach about the planet Saturn? This worksheet is for you! An excellent photograph of Saturn accompanies three paragraphs of text. Pupils answer five multiple choice questions based on what they've read. Excellent!
Passport to Comprehension Card 9: Temperature Conversions
A colorful "Math Card" provides a reading passage on the Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales. Instructions are given for converting from one to another. There are before, during, and after reading questions to answer either in writing or in a class discussion. Instructions for two different approaches for teaching this lesson are given to you as a teacher. One focuses on asking questions, while the other uses mental images. With each, there are further suggestions for differentiation. Use this as an introduction to temperature conversion.
Creating a Science Fiction Story
As the culminating activity in a unit study of science fiction, young writers demonstrate their understanding of the genre by producing their own graphic novel. After deciding on the main elements of their story, individuals use a comic creator website to produce their original work.
In this temperature conversions worksheet, students are given the equations to convert from one unit of temperature to the other. They solve four problems using these equations.
Heat and Temperature
Sixth graders discover how atoms move and how heat is produced. They observe 3 ways that heat energy can be transferred. By participating in class activities, 6th graders discover how and why the direction of heat moves from a warmer area to a cooler area
Math in Science-Using Temperature Scales
In this temperature scales learning exercise, students are given the equations to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius and from Celsius to Fahrenheit. They apply to equations and convert given temperatures.
What is Water?
Students examine water's properties. They participate in hands-on activities to show the properties of water.
Students examine how to determine temperature on a thermometer. They read and discuss an informational handout, discuss examples of Fahrenheit and Celsius scales, and complete a worksheet.
Third graders solve Celsius and Fahrenheit conversion problems, watch weather forecast and convert temperatures to Celsius, and design and present their own weather forecasts for different regions based on information gathered from watching television.
Students investigate the weather and convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit. In this temperature lesson, students describe the weather using words. They compare the US weather system to that of Germany and predict what the weather may look like in the future.
Twenty-two efficient slides comprise this presentation. Viewers will compare the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales. They will convert temperatures from one scale to another. Learning check slides with their solutions are included. Follow this PowerPoint with hands-on practice using thermometers and converting their measurements. It is appropriate for use with any science laboratory course.
TE Activity: Hot or Not
Students examine how the human immune system responds to germs and explain what a fever is. They design a thermometer in order to further explore temperature before completing a temperature conversion worksheet. They detail the work of engineers in helping the immune system.
Get to Know Glass
Students learn about the properties of glass. In this making and molding glass lesson, students participate in an experiment where they will learn how glass is created and how it is shaped to create bottles and jars. Students also examine the natural resources used to make glass and how it is recycled.
Point Slope Form of a Linear Equation
Students solve linear problems using point slope of type of equations. In this algebra lesson, students find the equation of a line given two points and no graph.
Point-Slope Form of a Linear Equation
Students solve and graph linear equations using the slope and y-intercept. In this algebra lesson,students find the slope of a linear equations given two points and using the point slope formula to solve.
Fahrenheit 451: Questioning Strategy
After reading Captain Beatty's speech (pg. 54-63) in Fahrenheit 451, provide your class with these analysis questions. Six questions are included here, using Bloom's Taxonomy to focus on knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
Students explore several concepts related to heat and temperature. The reading of a thermometer, using it to determine specific temperatures, and comparing it to the skin as a heat sensor forms the focus of the lesson.
La Ropa, Spanish Fashion Show
Students compare clothing and activities typical in America to that of Spain and Mexico, identify articles of clothing in teacher's suitcase and determine which decade they represent, repeat Spanish vocabulary words that are attached to articles of clothing, and work in groups to create and perform in Spanish fashion show.
Print and use this useful unit on basic algebraic functions, domain, range, and graphing. Tasks include, illustrating simple functions with a graph, and identifying the domain and range of the function. This twelve-page packet contains approximately 20 problems, thorough explanations, examples, and suggested learning activities.
Students compare the accuracy of sense of touch and thermometer measurements. In this temperature lesson, students put their hands in different temperatures of water to illustrate the unreliability of the sense of touch in determining temperature. They use thermometers to measure the temperature of water placed in the sun.