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Be the Expert: Wave Phenomena Jigsaw, Day 1

Unit 6: Waves and Wave Phenomena
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to find the definition and real-life examples of a wave phenomena to present to the class.

Big Idea: Students jigsaw the wave phenomena and create a Frayer model for a wave phenomenon like Doppler effect, light as a wave or particle, and resonance.

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Science, Waves, Physical Science, interference (Waves), Doppler Effect, physics, reflection, diffraction, refraction, standing wave, resonance, beats
  60 minutes
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