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Teaching Scientists have discovered a new state of matter for water

Scientists have discovered a new state of matter for water

Liquid water develops different properties above around 50℃.\n\n<br><br>\n<i><u>The State Matters! (Text 3)</u> -- This text is part of an Investigation Set that explores different states of matter. In this text, the author presents a recent discovery of a new state of matter for one of the most common substanes on Earth: water. As students read, challenge them to synthesize what they have learned in the previous text and investigation to further explain what the author provides as a potential explanation for this discovery. </i>\n<br><br>\n<a href="https://files.activelylearn.com/Teaching%20Guides/Teaching%20Guide%20States%20of%20Matter%20%281%29.pdf">Click here to download the Teachin

Rodrigo Ledesma-aguilar
The Conversation

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How do the properties of water change depending on its state?
STANDARDS:
RST.1 - Analysis & Evidence, RST.2 - Main Ideas

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3
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