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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Science Tuesday, Dec. 9th (A day)Wednesday, Dec. 10th (B day)Warm UpWhen you turn on your car radio, how does the radio station get its music into the car? Can you see the music go into the radio? </p> <p>Lets ReadAs you know, there are many kinds of energy in the universe. The energy given off from the sun is radiant energy (electromagnetic radiation). The shortest and longest wavelengths are invisible to our eyes, but the medium wavelengths are visible (visible light)</p> <p>Watch and learn!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7c4-EO7ECE</p> <p>The Electromagnetic SpectrumNew Unit...Find the next available page in your notebookLabel the page 6.P.3.2 Electromagnetic SpectrumAdd this entry into your notebook also</p> <p>6.P.3.2 Electromagnetic SpectrumOur new standard: Explain the effects of electromagnetic waves on various materials to include absorption, scattering, and change in temperature</p> <p>Heres a representation of the spectrum</p> <p>Electromagnetic Spectrum FoldableAdd this statement to your notebookRoxy May Is Victorious Using X-box and GameCube</p> <p>Electromagnetic spectrumR= radioM= microwaveI = infraredV = visible U = UV X = X-rayG = gammaResearch time in small groupsYou will be:Assigned to work in a group of 2 or 3 students.Research 1 of the 7 parts of the spectrum.You will receive a handout now to help organize your ideas. Research, create a poster, and present your findings to the classHow do I Research? You will:</p> <p>Use the articles I provide to you. Use the yellow textbook section on the electromagnetic spectrum</p> <p>Presentations on Thursday and FridayYour presentation should last 2-4 minutes.You will share your research, report your findings and present your poster</p> <p>Connection for WebsiteType in culler science weebly (in a search box)Select Electromagnetic Waves</p> <p>Investigate activities 1 3 for information related to your specific region of the spectrum</p> <p>TechnologyYour group will get the following items to help you conduct your research..A chromebookA yellow textbookA handout to record your research findingsAn informational packet related to your region of the spectrumArt supplies (colored pencils and paper)</p> <p>Start now. Go!I want to see your best!</p> <p>6 Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation</p> <p>1. Electromagnetic radiation is a form of energy; it has no mass.2.Electromagnetic waves differ from other waves (sound waves, for instance) in that they do not need a medium to transfer their energythey move through a vacuum.6 Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation3. Electromagnetic radiation moves at the speed of light (300,000 km/sec).4.Electromagnetic radiation can also be described in terms of massless particles called photons. 6 Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation5. Electromagnetic radiation is given off whenever atoms are energized.6. The various forms of electromagnetic radiation differ only in wavelength and frequency; they are alike in all other respects.</p> <p>Brain Pop on ElectromagneticSpectrumhttps://www.brainpop.com/science/energy/electromagneticspectrumThe solar spectrum</p>


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