Reflection: Modeling Can You Hear Me Now? - Section 2: Activity

 

At this stage of the students academic experience it is important to model many techniques and processes. Modeling is especially important when students are usually unable to see the specific processes - in this case sound waves. Modeling allows the students to gain a better comprehension of a process when they experience it in a visual or hands on way.

Experience of Learning - modeling 

  Modeling: Delivery
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Can You Hear Me Now?

Unit 1: Me, Myself and I
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to obtain information, evaluate their results and share information as they do an experiment exploring sound.

Big Idea: Using the three states of matter helps students experience sound in different ways.

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