1. Correctly match wave concepts to a specific demonstration of a wave type
2. Identify real-world examples of waves, including sound waves, seismic waves, and waves on water
3. Explore: Energy Transfer- Energy is transferred from a source to a receiver by radiation, conduction, and convection. When energy is transferred from a source to a receiver, the quantity of energy before the transfer is equal to the quantity of energy after the transfer.
P.EN.07.31 / P.EN.07.32 / P.EN.07.33 / P.EN.M.4 / P.EN.M.3 /
Today in Class:
1. We reviewed Photosynthesis as an example of Chemical Energy.
2. Next, you took the last set of notes for this unit – on Potential and Kinetic Energy, and you saw different examples of each type of energy (videos and compariso of a raquetball to a superball dropping ).
3. You and a partner collaborated and created a Google.slides showing different types of energy- different examples and you should have also noted if your pictures depicted kinetic or potential ebnergy. The purpose of designing this slide show was to give you another tool to use to review these concepts.
Study and review:
Waves– properties, wave parts, types of waves
Energy – types, KE & PE