Students will learn how the differences between transverse and longitudinal waves and how to measure wave speed using slinky's! The documents comes with a post assessment as well that will tie in the activity to sound waves.
Learn how mass can affect the terminal speed of a freely falling object. Students will create their own paper helicopter and measure its terminal speed! A simple, fun and easy lab to drive home the idea of constant motion and balanced forces.
In this activity students will use a popper, a ruler and a scale to determine the amount of energy it takes to invert a popper, the amount of force it takes to invert a popper and the initial velocity of the popper as it takes off into the air!
Learn how to use some of the basic features of Smart Notebook such as how to use the right click features! If you need a different or more specific type of Smart Training please feel free to post in the comments section and let me know :)
This is a visual for how the 7E model works in my classroom and how I use this approach to structure my lesson delivery. I've had lots of success using this model, especially in an inquiry based setting.