Refracting Telescopes: Day 2

Unit 2: Waves and Engineering: Using Waves To Meet Societal Needs and Wants
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Objective: Students will be able to engage in scientific discourse about characteristic properties of waves (refraction) to design a solution to a problem.

Big Idea: Students use text to engage in scientific discourse and then use their knowledge of refraction to design a telescope!

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