Reflection: Exit Tickets Wave Relationships - Section 3: Wave Labeling Checkpoint



  Wave labeling is a success after the simulation
  Exit Tickets: Wave labeling is a success after the simulation
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Wave Relationships

Unit 6: Waves and Wave Phenomena
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to describe the qualitative relationships between frequency, wavelength and speed.

Big Idea: Students will use information from simulations to develop qualitative relationships for wave quantities.

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