The radiation from the sun hits my skin and makes me warm.
Convection and Particals
The convection process in the cup causes the particals to rise to the surface.
Conduction and Heat Transfer
Ouch! The conduction process made the heat from the sun transferred to the pole and burnt my hand!
The girl is standing in the sun, while the heat hits her skin, and makes her feel warm. She is explaining what radiation is.
Temperature and Insulators
The shelter is like an insulator that keeps the cup's temperature low.
The girl has a cold drink that is getting warmer by the second. She is explaining what convection is and how it is affecting her drink.
The girl is explaining how when she touched the pole that it burnt her hand because it was so hot. The convection process causes the heat from the sun to transfer to the pole, then to the girl when she makes contact with it.
The girl is standing in front of a cool building. She is explaining how the cool room is helping the drinks stay nice and cool. She is saying that the room is an insulator, which it is.
The girl is on a ride at the fair. She is explaining how kinetic energy will occur once the ride starts.
The kinetic energy will kick in when the ride starts, then falls.
The particles in the cup rise, and evaporate by the sun, and teh water becomes hot.