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Intros
Lessons
  1. Introduction to Temperature
    1. Units of temperature - Fahrenheit and Celsius
    2. Reading a thermometer
    3. Common temperatures (water boils, water freezes, body temperature)
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Examples
Lessons
  1. Reading a Thermometer
    Record each temperature shown on the thermometer

    1. Temperature

    2. Temperature

    3. Temperature

    4. Temperature
  2. Ordering Temperatures
    1. Put the following temperatures in order from coldest to warmest.
      12°F, -13°F, 20°F, 2°F, -25°F, 6°F, -4°F
    2. Put the following temperatures in order from coldest to warmest.
      8°C, -21°C, 38°C, -14°C, -6°C, 6°C, 15°C
  3. Calculating temperature change
    1. The temperature at night falls by 2°F every hour. If the starting temperature was 10°F, what is the temperature four hours later?
    2. The temperature during the day rises by 4°C every hour. If the starting temperature was 12°C, what is the temperature 2 hours later?
  4. Average Temperature
    1. The temperature everyday at 9am was measured for 5 days and the following temperatures were recorded: 25°F, 10°F, 15°F, 25°F, 20°F. What was the average temperature at 9am for these 5 days?
    2. The temperature everyday at noon was measured for 5 days and the following temperatures were recorded: 20°C, 22°C, 18°C, 25°C, , 20°C. What was the average temperature for these 5 days?
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Topic Notes
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In this lesson, we will learn:

  • Reading a thermometer
  • Comparing temperatures
  • Calculating changes in temperature
  • Calculating average temperature

Notes:

  • Common Temperatures
  • Water Freezes: 0°C, 32°F
    Water boils: 100°C, 212°F
    Normal Body Temperature: 37°C, 98.6°F