Homework for the Week of Jan. 2nd

1)  Read “Refraction”

2)  Complete HW# 13: Over the Rainbow

*You will need a protractor to complete the homework.  Please ask if you need to borrow one.

Due date:

Block I: next Monday, Jan. 9

Block II: Friday, Jan. 6

Block III: next Monday, Jan. 9

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3)  Complete Science Fair Experimental Plan or Invention Design Plan

*I’m handing these out early this week so don’t freak out and say you only had a few days to do this!!!

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Musical Notes:

“Over the Rainbow” is the classic ballad song from the 1939 movie, The Wizard of Oz.  It was originally sung by actress Judy Garland.  Here is my favorite version sung by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole, a famous Hawaiian musician, in which he creates a medley of “Over the Rainbow” and “What a Wonderful World.”

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5 Responses to Homework for the Week of Jan. 2nd

  1. Gabriel says:

    Hi Tiff,
    Light travels slower in water than air, right? Does it have to do with density?

  2. juliana says:

    hi tiff i forgot how to dot the crescent moons on the home work? can you please give me the instructions again?

    • tifftai says:

      Do you mean how to draw the normal? You need to look at where the incident rays hit the mirror. Draw a straight line matching the curve of where the incident ray hits the mirror. Then use that straight line to draw the normal which is at a 90 degree angle. From there, you can measure the angle of incidence and then draw the reflected ray.

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