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Unit: Characteristics and Applications of Waves Unit Goal: SWBAT analyze the behavior of mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Unit Puzzling Phenomenon: Breaking glass using sound NGSS Performance Expectations Addressed: MS-PS4-1 Use mathematical representations to describe a simple model for wa
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6th - 9th
This is a 16 x 20 poster that can be printed and hung in your classroom all year long.Anchor Chart contains information on identifying and labeling the parts of a wave such as crest, trough, compression, rarefaction, amplitude and wavelength. The chart compares the two common types of waves: transve
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Physical Science: 15.2 Characteristics of Waves PowerPoint Presentation (15.2 of 18.3)* Unit 9 *This is part of a series based upon chapters and sections Topics: Amplitude, resting position, wavelength, period, frequency, calculations, wave speed, light, pitch, the Doppler Effect
Students are prompted to answer four slides of questions about the electromagnetic spectrum, properties of waves, vocabulary, and reflection, diffraction and refraction, and true/false statements.**When saving this activity to your google drive, please go to THE THREE DOTS (Upper right hand corner)
A worksheet, handout or outline that could be used as individual work, homework, group work and teacher lead instruction covering principles, interactions & characteristics of waves such as diagramming and explaining transverse and longitudinal waves, resonance, and standing waves, explaining an
This presentation introduces the 2 types of waves: transverse and longitudinal, using the classic slinky examples. It then goes on to define amplitude, frequency and wavelength for each type of wave, and then the speed of a wave formula.
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8th - 10th
Students are asked to follow along in a self-paced Near-Pod (activity can be adapted for Instructor-Paced). With the NearPod add-on, teachers can post the slides with an access code, giving the students an interactive way to work with waves --> a quick vocab and concept review covering amplitude,
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9th - 12th
This product is a "no-prep" PowerPoint to help your students understand the characteristics of waves (Addresses the Georgia Standards of Excellence for High School Physical Science - SPS9. a. and b.). The presentation is built for older students with many real-life visuals and diagrams to help the
This listing is for the foldable ONLY! Students can use this foldable to compare characteristics and behaviors of transverse waves including electromagnetic waves and the electromagnetic waves and the electromagnetic spectrum and characteristics and behaviors of longitudinal waves including sound
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Unit: Characteristics and Applications of Waves Unit Goal: SWBAT analyze the behavior of mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Unit Puzzling Phenomenon: Breaking glass using sound NGSS Performance Expectations Addressed: MS-PS4-1 Use mathematical representations to describe a simple model for wa
Grades:
6th - 9th
This test contains 25 multiple choice question and 15 fill in the blanks with a word box. Answer key is included.
A PowerPoint that guides students through the basic principles of sound waves focussing on concepts such as energy, loudness, pitch, frequency using multiple graphics that draw on students background knowledge and then finishing with the speed of sound and speeds relationship to temperature and dens
Characteristics of Waves - Ch 14 Section 2 (includes the page number you can find the answer on) Sample: 1. Light does take time to ______ from place to place. (469)Complete the crossword below. Use pages 463-471
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9th - 10th
One week of lessons includingfour days of guided notes/ demonstrations/ independent practiceguidelines for a fifth day of learning (flexible friday)end of the week assessmentdaily exit tickets and objectivesteacher guide and answer keyFulfills NGSS Standard MS PS 4.1 - Use mathematical representatio
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6th - 8th
This test contains 25 multiple choice question (3 choice answers) and 15 fill in the blanks with a word box. Answer key is included.
This is another great strategy for review parts of a wave and types of waves. This is a great way to engage your students and review vocabulary at the same time. This can be used as a formal or informal assessment. Using your technology, or theirs, students can scan the QR codes and determine the co
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5th - 8th
Uses and Characteristics of Electromagnetic Waves.
This activity helps students to see the similarities and differences between the four basic sinusoidal waves. Students cut out all of the characteristics then line them up with the correct wave. Having a NONE category really makes them think! Once finished this can be used as a study guide in lea
Waves - Introduction Wave Types and Frequency Activities Introduction activity for Wave Types and Activities regarding Wave Velocity and Frequency. Page1- Reading activity to introduce Transverse and Longitudinal Waves and their characteristics. Includes 8 Fill-Ins at bottom of page for "check f
This tri-fold (brochure) cut and paste activity focuses on the 2007 South Carolina Science Standard 5-3.5. Students will sort 18 description cards into three categories: waves, currents, and tides to create a brochure. The brochure can be used to study the characteristics of each way water moves.
Properties of Energy 66 Anchor Charts (Great as Bellringers, Word Walls, Study Guides, and Concept Boards) with Google Link for Distance Learning These 67 anchor charts are great for representing the topics covered with bright and clear visuals. These could be printed 2 or 4 to a page and students c
Here is a perfect Valentine's Day worksheet that couples a quick review of high school physics concepts with the fun of solving cross-word puzzles. What says " I Love Physics" more than a heart-shaped puzzle filled with physics related stuff? Your students will have fun helping Cupid find his Par
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
Each resource inside this bundle was handpicked to cover all aspects of the HS-PS4 NGSS (HS-PS4-1 to HS-PS4-5). The resources found inside will ensure your students fulfill each requirement of the standard and keep them interested and engaged throughout. A description of how each standard is covered
3 DAYS OF COMPLETE SCIENCE LESSONS! NO TEACHER PREP! ANSWER KEYS INCLUDED. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES TO INCREASE STUDENT UNDERSTANDING AND COMPREHENSION! JUST POST ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM AND LET THE LEARNING BEGIN! ONLINE PRACTICE LINKS INCLUDED. THIS IS THE PERFECT SCIENCE LESSON FOR DISTANCE LEARNING.THIS
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4th - 9th

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