Reflection: Modeling Sound Waves - Section 4: Closing Discussion


Whenever I have a student teacher, I ask them to try to bring a part of themselves to their lessons. I ask them to find ways to share their talents, or experiences with the class. For this lesson, my student teacher had learned to play the ukulele. She brought this in to share with the class. She use it to model how the can and rubber bands are similar concept design to the ukulele.

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Sound Waves

Unit 9: Waves
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT collect data and make observations on sound waves using rubber bands.

Big Idea: This activity student will pluck rubber bands to determine how size of the rubber band and force used affects the sound.

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