States of matter Comic
Assignment: Create a comic strip story that compares and contrasts the three different states of matter.
Solids, liquids, and gases
Matter can exist in three different forms. For example, water can exist as a solid (ice), a liquid (ocean water), and a gas (water vapor). Each state of matter differs from the other due to the behavior of its particles. See the diagram below for a detailed comparison of the properties of solids, liquids, and gases.
- Your comic should compare and contrast the properties of solids, liquids, and gases. The 6 basic properties of each state of matter should be included within your comic in a unique way (refer to the property chart above).
- You must indicate whether heat is being added or removed where appropriate within your comic.For instance, if your character is morphing from a solid to a liquid, heat would be added. If your character is going from a liquid to a solid, heat would be removed.
- Your comic must contain illustrated scenes and dialogue, within comic bubbles, that match your storyline. You also must include a drawing of what the particles look like inside each state of matter. Your illustrated scenes should be labeled where appropriate.Sorry, no stick figures allowed!Proper spelling and grammar should be used and all wording should be legible (easy to read).Your comic should be neat and colorful.Be creative! Tell your story in a fun comic-style fashion. You should create a comic character to match your story. For example, you could take the role of a superhero who has the ability to