Spelling List and Vocabulary

 






 


LESSON 11 Week 11/13-11/17
(including Lessons 6-10)

matter- anything that takes up space (volume) and has mass

solid – the state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume

liquid – the state of matter that has no definite shape but does have a definite volume

gas – the state of matter that has no definite shape and no definite volume

physical properties – these are characteristics about an object that can be observed (by using the senses) or measured by using a tool without changing the substance

mass – the amount of matter (stuff or material) in an object

weight – the measure of the pull of gravity on a certain object

buoyancy – the ability of matter to sink or float

magnetism –  the property of attracting certain metals

molecules – a grouping of two or more atoms joined together

conductor – matter that allows energy to move from one place to another (such as metals)

insulator –matter that tends to keep energy from moving from one place to another (such as plastic, wood, or rubber)

condensation – the process by which a gas changes into a liquid

melting – the process by which a solid changes into a liquid

freezing – the process by which a liquid changes into a solid

evaporation – the process by which a liquid changes into a gas

dissolve – to form a solution with another substance by stirring

mixture – two or more substances mixed together / can be easily separated

solution – a mixture in which a substance dissolves into another / cannot be separated easily

solubility – the ability of a substance to be dissolved into another substance

solvent – in a solution, the part of the mixture in which other substances are dissolved. Water is the universal solvent.

separate – to sort or keep apart objects or substances

physical change – a change from one form to another form, without turning into a new substance

circuit – a circle made of a battery, bulb, and some electrical wires, that allows electricity to move

conductivity – the ability or power to conduct or transmit heat, electricity, or sound

SAT WORDS

kindle – to start a fire

plagiarism – taking credit for someone else’s writing or ideas and passing them off as your own

corrosive – gradually destructive; steadily harmful

fathom – to comprehend or come to understand

impetuous – careless or acting without thinking

cynical – believing that people act only out of selfish motives

hiatus – an interruption; a pause

resplendent -  splendid, brilliant, dazzling

abbreviate – a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase

vindication – justified by argument or evidence


 

 
 
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Lesson 2

  1. observe – to watch or examine someone or something carefully with attention
  2. hazard – something that can be dangerous
  3. precaution - used to prevent an accident from occurring
  4. irritant- something that can cause you to itch, develop a rash, or bothers you
  5. safety goggles – used to protect your eyes

SAT words

  • mandate – a command, or to command
  • tangent – getting off the main subject

 

Lesson 2

  1. observe – to watch or examine someone or something carefully with attention
  2. hazard – something that can be dangerous
  3. precaution - used to prevent an accident from occurring
  4. irritant- something that can cause you to itch, develop a rash, or bothers you
  5. safety goggles – used to protect your eyes

SAT words

  • mandate – a command, or to command
  • tangent – getting off the main subject

 

Lesson 2

  1. observe – to watch or examine someone or something carefully with attention
  2. hazard – something that can be dangerous
  3. precaution - used to prevent an accident from occurring
  4. irritant- something that can cause you to itch, develop a rash, or bothers you
  5. safety goggles – used to protect your eyes

SAT words

  • mandate – a command, or to command
  • tangent – getting off the main subject

 

Lesson 2

  1. observe – to watch or examine someone or something carefully with attention
  2. hazard – something that can be dangerous
  3. precaution - used to prevent an accident from occurring
  4. irritant- something that can cause you to itch, develop a rash, or bothers you
  5. safety goggles – used to protect your eyes

SAT words

  • mandate – a command, or to command
  • tangent – getting off the main subject