Complete the following steps to learn about waves and their properties. You may work with a partner; however, each person must turn in their own weblesson and movie notes. You may turn in one concept map with your partner.Your final product will be either a concept map about waves .
This will count as a lab grade
Step One: Complete the "Internet Web Lesson". Each person must turn in their own paper. The link to use is on page 7 or see below:
Step Two: Watch the video from United Streaming by clicking the link. Be sure to follow the instructions . You must enter your first and last name. Do not clikc "Complete Assignment" until after you have watched the video.
Step Three: For your final product, you should create a concept map about waves. One concept map per group.
Make sure to include the following information in your final product:
- the definition of a wave
- what waves carry
- what waves do not carry
- name the two types of waves
- explain the parts of each type of wave
- explanation of how the two types of waves are different
- examples of each type of wave
- definitions of the four properties of waves
- examples of the four properties of waves
- define the Doppler Effect
- apply the Doppler effect to sound
- apply the Doppler effect to light
- indicate where sound cannot travel
- indicate factors affecting the speed of sound
- explain how sound is measured
- AT LEAST 4 ILLUSTRATIONS & TWO FUN FACTS