King of Pops
King of Pops
The “secret” to what makes the King of Pops pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode. But the folks at this Atlanta-based company do put a lot of love into making their delicious treats. The owners themselves will give you the backstory of how King of Pops came to be, and why they have “fans” instead of customers. And if you’re looking for a career that utilizes social media, these folks have that covered too!
Explore, research, and communicate solutions, such as conservation of resources and recycling of materials, to protect plants and animals.
Construct an argument based on observations to support a claim that the physical changes in the state of water are due to temperature changes, which cause small particles that cannot be seen to move differently.
Design a solution to reduce the impact of a human activity on the environment.
Develop and use a model to explain the effects of a solute on boiling point and freezing point.
Construct and revise a claim based on evidence on the effects of human activities on natural resources.
- Human Activities
- Water use
- Waste water treatment
- Natural Resources
Design, evaluate, and refine solutions to reduce human impact on the environment including, but not limited to, smog, ozone depletion, urbanization, and ocean acidification.
Design and defend a sustainability plan to reduce your individual contribution to environmental impacts, taking into account how market forces and societal demands (including political, legal, social, and economic) influence personal choices.
Analyze and interpret data from a solubility curve to determine the effect of temperature on solubility.
1. How could King of Pops use social media to create more demand for their product and get ideas for new flavors?
2. What are the costs and benefits to a company of being so environmentally friendly or "green"?
Compost: a decayed mixture of plants (such as leaves and grass) that is used to improve the soil in a garden
Freezing Point Depression: the process in which adding a solute to a solvent decreases the freezing point of the solvent
Paleta: (in Spanish) a small stick
Preservative: a chemical that is added to food to keep it fresh longer
Molecule: the smallest possible amount of a particular substance that has all the characteristics of that substance
Phase Change: when matter moves from one state to another; melting, freezing, evaporation, condensation, deposition, and sublimation
Solvent: a liquid substance that is used to dissolve another substance
Herbs de Provence: a combination of herbs used for seasoning commonly including thyme, marjoram, savory, rosemary, fennel, and lavender
Stephen Carse, Nick Carse, James Carse, Remy Allen, Martha Bland, Liana Eden
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