Reflection: Problem-based Approaches Pitch Perfect - Section 4: Wrap Up


When we have big questions like this, we post them on our “I Wonder” Board. I use these ideas as a springboard for further investigation, differentiation of investigation, time-fillers between units when I cannot teach a full lesson, or choice science days. These questions that students identify, offer insight into what students are interested in, what makes them curious, what they wonder about, and provides me with an idea of what students might like to learn about. It also encourages students to think beyond the current learning experiences in the classroom.

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Pitch Perfect

Unit 7: Waves Aren't Just In The Sea
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: Students will understand that the pitch of the note heard, is a measure of the speed of the vibrations.

Big Idea: Vibrations create sound.

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