In addition, here is an article about the difference between heat and temperature, and why they're not interchangeable:https://www.khanacademy.org/science/che ... sal/a/heat
In addition, http://www.physicstutorials.org/home/he ... emperature
highlights some defining differences:
1) Heat is a type of energy, but temperature is not energy.
2) Heat depends on mass of the substance, however; temperature does not depend on the quantity of matter. For example, temperature of one glass of boiling water and one teapot of boiling water are equal to each other; on the contrary they have different heat since they have different masses.
3) You can measure temperature directly with a device called thermometer but heat cannot be measured with a device directly. You should know the mass, temperature and specific heat capacity of that matter.
4) If you give heat to a matter, you increase its temperature or change its phase.