Reflection: Investigating Sound - Section 3: Exploration ~ the wave crest


The best laid plans, right?  I ran into problems with the tissue-box-guitar station.  First, one of the tissue boxes did not withstand multiple groups of 6 and 7 year old's!  Second, the paper was a bit too large.  So, when students placed the paper on the guitar, it covered the rubber bands almost completely.  Plus, the paper moved more from the strumming motion that from the rubber bands.  That's a great note for next year!  Here's how I adjusted it:

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Investigating Sound

Unit 4: Light and Sound
Lesson 4 of 18

Objective: SWBAT conduct an investigation of the properties of sound.

Big Idea: Bang! Ding! Strum! Let's investigate the properties of ~sound~ and ~vibrations~.

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