Bloom’s Ball Project
Energy Transformations and Forms of Energy
You are about to create a Bloom Ball for Energy Transformations and Forms!
- Choose a partner to work with. You will make one Bloom Ball per partnership and both of you will receive the same grade.
- The questions on this paper each correspond to a circle that you will complete on the Ball.
- You may use your textbook and any and all notes that you have on this unit to answer the questions.
- Start by cutting out the pattern you were given and tracing it twelve times on 6 different sheets of paper. You should be able to fit two circles on one sheet of paper.
- When you are ready to write the information to the circle pattern, be sure to observe where the lines are drawn inside the circle. Do not write or draw on the outside of those lines. They will be used as guides for folding and connecting the circles to create your ball.
Circle #1: Write the name of the Unit “Energy Transformations and Forms of Energy” so that it is easy to read and visually appealing. Include your group member’s names.
Circle #2: Explain: What is Heat?
Circle #3: State the Law of Conservation of Energy.
Circle #4: Create an illustration depicting the Law of Conservation of Energy. Label the energy conservations.
Circle #5, #6 & #7: Explain the three different methods of heat transfer using labeled illustrations.
Circle #8: Answer the following question: When energy has been transferred by heat what happened to it? Be sure to use examples to support your response.
Circle #9: Explain what will happen when two objects at different temperatures come into contact with each other.
Circle #10: In detail, Differentiate between thermal energy and temperature.
Circle #11: Describe the movement of particles in a cold glass as thermal energy is transferred to it from warm hands.
Circle #12: In your own words, describe the difference between the movement of particles in solids and the movement of particles in gases.