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  • 6:31 Get UP...Stand TALL...Be YOU Slideshow

    Uploaded May 23, 2019by Megan  Dino
  • Video 2:31 Seismograph-Niven, Billy, Matthew, Connor

    After learning about the properties of waves, students were given the following group engineering assignment:
    1) Create an affordable seismograph that will record an earthquake's amplitude and wavelength.
    2) Use only the materials provided
    3) Work as a team
    4) Plan and present their prototype, shaking the table gently for 10 seconds to simulate a light earthquake.

    They were given the ability to research questions that they developed as a team, but other than that, were given no examples of a seismograph.

    Their ability to invent and create always amazes me!

    Uploaded May 16, 2019by Denise  Ravatt
  • 2:37 Seismograph-Dallas, Lincoln, Briana, Nina

    After learning about the properties of waves, students were given the following group engineering assignment:
    1) Create an affordable seismograph that will record an earthquake's amplitude and wavelength.
    2) Use only the materials provided
    3) Work as a team
    4) Plan and present their prototype, shaking the table gently for 10 seconds to simulate a light earthquake.

    They were given the ability to research questions that they developed as a team, but other than that, were given no examples of a seismograph.

    Their ability to invent and create always amazes me!

    Uploaded May 16, 2019by Denise  Ravatt
  • 2:10 Seismograph-Kyle, Katie, Aiden, Jaden

    After learning about the properties of waves, students were given the following group engineering assignment:
    1) Create an affordable seismograph that will record an earthquake's amplitude and wavelength.
    2) Use only the materials provided
    3) Work as a team
    4) Plan and present their prototype, shaking the table gently for 10 seconds to simulate a light earthquake.

    They were given the ability to research questions that they developed as a team, but other than that, were given no examples of a seismograph.

    Their ability to invent and create always amazes me!

    Uploaded May 16, 2019by Denise  Ravatt

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