Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge How Do Waves Move Objects? - Section 1: Ponder This...


In this video clip, I explain how I planned to use a strategy to organize prior knowledge and bring out what students are wondering about.

  Connection to Prior Knowledge: What Do We Know?
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How Do Waves Move Objects?

Unit 3: Waves
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Students use what they have learned to develop questions about waves and begin to understand how waves transfer energy.

Big Idea: Using what they have observed about water waves & questioning, students continue to develop the vocabulary and begin to understand how waves transfer energy.

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Science, Waves, Sound, Sounds Waves, kinetic energy, Developing Inquiry, Vocabulary Building, engineering
  55 minutes
david cork
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