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Objective Learning objective

To explore the Compare properties

environment to identify
matter structure, matter
and changes in
properties and changes, matter and admire
recognizing God as the them as part of
creator of Matter. God´s creation.
Biblical principle

Genesis 1:1-2
New King James Version (NKJV)
In the beginning God created the heavens and the
earth. 2 Now the earth was formless and empty,
darkness was over the surface of the deep, and
the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.
• Remember that we do it all for the Lord:
• Colossians 3:17
• New King James Version (NKJV)
• 17 And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to
God the Father through Him.
• Whole brain teaching
• Rule 1: Listen when your teacher is talking
• . Rule 2: Follow directions quickly
• Rule 3: Respect others. Respect yourself. Respect your school
• Rule 4: Raise your hand to speak or stand
• Rule 5: Be safe, Be kind, Be honest for the glory of God
• Boston International School
• Rule 6: Use English at all times, it is the only way to improve
• Rule 7: Do not translate what your teacher says, please.
• Rule 8: Take risks and learn from your mistakes.
• PORTFOLIO (Divided by terms and it’s a grade)
• Cover (Name, grade, likes, dislikes, class objectives)
• PDE copies (If necessary)
• Dictations
• Worksheets
• Extra Credits
• Final Exams
Physical and Chemical changes
Physical changes do not cause a substance to become a
fundamentally different substance. Chemical changes, on
the other hand, cause a substance to change into something
entirely new. Chemical changes are typically irreversible,
but that is not always the case.
• State changes are physical.
• Cutting, tearing, shattering, and grinding are physical.
• Mixing together substances is physical.
• Gas bubbles forming is chemical.
• Precipitates forming is chemical.
• Rotting, burning, cooking, and rusting (for example) are
• Changes of color or release of odors (i.e. release of a gas)
might be chemical.

• Romans 12:1-2 I appeal to you therefore, brothers,
by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a
living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is
your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this
world, but be transformed by the renewal of your
mind, that by testing you may discern what is the
will of God, what is good and acceptable and
• After reading the passage, What kind of change would
you like to experience? Like a physical change, in which
just a superficial part of you is modified? Or like a
chemical change, in which you will be totally renewed by
a substance? Explain.
A physical property is something that describes a
substance by itself and can be observed or measured
without changing the identity of the substance.

Read the following examples:

“Water can be clear, cool, and wet.” Are those physical
properties? Yes, all three of them are.
• “Air is invisible, and you breathe it.” Being invisible is a
physical property of air. But “you breathe it” doesn’t
describe air by itself. It describes what you do to air, so it’s
not a physical property of air.
• “A car is big and heavy.” Those are two physical
properties of a car.
• “A book has pages with words and pictures, and a
cover.” These are physical properties of a book.
• “You read books because you enjoy them or need to
know the information in them.” This fact helps describe
how you feel about
books, but it’s not a physical property of books.
Mass, Volume, and Density: Any given substance will
have a number of physical properties, but three
physical properties apply to all substances.

Mass is the amount of matter something has. It can be

measured in grams or in kilograms. Because mass is the
amount of matter something has, it does not depend on where
the thing is found. It could be on Earth’s surface, on top of a
mountain, or on planet Mars—its mass measurement would
not change.
Density is the amount of mass something has in
relation to its volume. Density is equal to mass divided by
volume and might be
measured in grams per liter, grams per cubic centimeter,
or similar units.
Any substance will float on a liquid that has a higher
density than the liquid does. For example, vinegar has a
higher density than olive oil, so when salad dressing
separates, the oil floats on top of the vinegar.
Volume is the amount of space something
takes up. It can be measured in liters or
milliliters, or in cups, gallons, or cubic
• Watch the following video
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnBQ6vIutDM
You can use the triangle to calculate measurements of
mass, density and volume.

Mass = Density x Volume

Density = Mass ÷ Volume
Volume = Mass ÷ Density
Work out the density of a 4 kg lump of metal with a
volume of 1.25 m3.
Density = Mass ÷ Volume, so:
4 ÷ 1.25 = 3.2 kg per m3
• JESUS’ CHARACTER (Students’ daily life use, you can take the principle of the
month as your reference)
• Principle of the month: Sustenance
• Song of the Month: So will I by Hillsong, song of the month

• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfVd5x9W1Xc
• Philippians 4:19 New International Version (NIV)
• 19 And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in
Christ Jesus

• 13. “You shall not murder”.
• After seeing the RAM, Abraham takes it and sacrifices it to God, and it is there
when he calls the name of that place "Jehovah will provide" or "The Lord will
provide" and as we can read, it does so in future time, because it is probable
that what he saw at that time was not just a Lamb to be sacrificed, but
receives the revelation that God will someday provide a perfect lamb for
forgiveness of the sins of all mankind. Wonderful moment!

• What can you reflect on the biblical principle?

• What should you do to provide the perfect lamb?