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UnitPlan:Sound

Inthisunit,studentswilllearnaboutsound,andexploredifferencesinfrequencythatlead todifferencesinpitch,useofecholocationandsonar,andthehumanearandhowwehear sound.Studentswilllearnthatsoundiscausedbyvibrationsandthatsoundtravelsinwaves, andwillreinforcetheirknowledgeofthestructureofwaves.Studentswillalsohavehandson experienceintheseareasthroughdailyexplorationsandadedicatedlabperiod. MAScienceFrameworks: 11.Recognizethatsoundisproducedbyvibratingobjectsandrequiresa mediumthroughwhichtotravel.Relatetherateofvibrationtothepitchofthesound. Lesson#1taughtbyIlanaTeitelman Goals/Objectives Studentswillexplorehowdifferentmediumseffectsound,including volumeandpitch,throughaseriesoflabstations. Materials General:Studentlabbookstorecordobservationsandpredictions Station1:bottles,water,directionssheet,stationnumbersign Station2:tuningforks,ahardsurface(deskortable),aglassfilledwith water,directionssheet,stationnumbersign Station3:metalclotheshanger,string,directionssheet,stationnumber sign Station4:aruler,aflatsurfacewithanedgethattherulercanhangover, directionssheet,stationnumbersign

Lesson#2taughtbyIlanaTeitelman Goals/Objectives Studentswillbeabletoidentifythatsoundiscausedbyvibrationand travelsinwaves. Studentswillexplorethedifferenceinfrequencybetweenthesound wavesofahighpitchandthesoundwavesofalowerpitch. Materials SmartBoardpresentation:WhatisSound?,createdbyIlanaTeitelman handout:HighandLowSoundWaves(inlabjournal) studentsciencenotebooks

Lesson#3taughtbyNickAmes Goals/Objectives

Studentswillbeabletoidentifythatsoundcanbeusedtolocateobjects. Studentswillunderstandthatthedensityandelasticityofamedium determinessoundspeed

Materials SmartBoardpresentation:SonarandEcholocation,createdbyNickAmes TickettoLeavewithquestionsandillustrationsection Blindfold

Lesson#4taughtbyIlanaTeitelman Goals/Objectives Studentswillapplytheknowledgethatsoundmovesinwavesand requiresamediumtoexplorehowthehumanearperceivessound. Studentswillworktogethertounderstandthestepsthatsoundgoes throughfromcreationtohumanperceptionofit. Materials SmartBoardpresentation:HowDoWeHearSound?,createdbyIlana Teitelman Chartpaper(1piecepergroup) markers,pens,pencils(drawingandwritingmaterials)

Lesson#5taughtbyNickAmes Goals/Objectives Studentswilllearnthemeaningofthewordswavelength,frequencyand amplitudeastheyrelatetosoundwaves. Studentswilllearnthatadecibelistheunitusedtomeasuretheintensity ofsound Studentswilllearnhowtherateorfrequencyofvibrationaffectsasounds pitch. Studentswillusethisknowledgetocreatearudimentaryamplifierthatis successfulinamplifyingsound Materials SmartBoardpresentation:Frequency,WavelengthandAmplitude,created byNickAmes Aslinky Materialsneededtomaketheamplifierssuchascardboard,papercups, paperbowls,tape,aluminumfoil,clean2litersodabottles,scissors Anoscilloscopeandadecibelmeter

Lesson#6taughtbyIlanaTeitelman Goals/Objectives

Studentswilldesignexperimentstotesttheirnewtheoriesorquestions aboutsound.Studentswillconducttheseexperimentsandrecordthe outcome.

Materials(sameasScienceStations,butstudentsmaychoosetomixand matchotherclassroommaterialsmaybeusedifcalledfor) General:Studentlabbookstorecordobservationsandpredictions Station1:bottles,water,directionssheet,stationnumbersign Station2:tuningforks,ahardsurface(deskortable),aglassfilledwith water,directionssheet,stationnumbersign Station3:metalclotheshanger,string,directionssheet,stationnumber sign Station4:aruler,aflatsurfacewithanedgethattherulercanhangover, directionssheet,stationnumbersign

Lesson#7TaughtbyIlanaTeitelman Goals/Objectives Studentswillreviewimportantconceptsinlightandsound.Studentswill clarifytheirunderstandingsandchecktheirknowledgeofkeyconceptsin theunit. Materials studentnotebooks SmartBoardslidewithstudentnotesfromHowDoWeHearSound?

Lesson#8TaughtbyIlanaTeitelmanandNickAmes Goals/Objectives Studentswilldemonstratetheirknowledgeofsound(andlight). Materials LightandSoundAssessment(test)