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How Do Things Appear in a Mirror?

Activity 2A1 Page 32

What Does A Mirror Really Do?

Activity 2A2 Page 36

Where is the mirror image?

Activity 2B3 Page 46

How Do Objects Appear When Seen Through a Transparent Material?

Activity 3C1 Page 101


How Do Things Appear In A Mirror

Activity 2A1 Page 32

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Mirror Location

  • Examine The Mirror

  • Where is the reflecting surface?

  • It is on the back of the mirror.


4. Place this surface on the mirror line.

Mirror Line


Print one letter per block

Mirror Line


Begin This Activity By:

  • Complete items 1-4

  • Complete item 5 if time.


Print one letter per block


2. Sketch Letters Seen In Mirror


2. Letters Seen In Mirror

  • Describe the Mirror View


3. Mirror View vs Actual

  • Do the mirror view letters you drew in step 2 look the same as the actual letters drawn in step 1?

  • Move mirror next to the letters and see.


4. Draw Letters that will look the same in the Mirror


5. Draw a design that will look the same in the mirror.


6. Communicating Information

  • Without your neighbor facing you, give them directions to make a sketch that looks exactly like yours.


6. Communicating Information

2. What general instruction(s) or rule(s) would you need to tell your neighbor?


7. Object-Image of Arrow

  • View image of arrow in a mirror.

  • How does the mirror image of the arrow compare with the actual arrow?


Summarize Your Findings

  • What does a Mirror Do?


What Does A Mirror Really Do?

Demo-Discussion

Activity 2A2

Page 36


What Does A Mirror Do?

Talk to your neighbor.

What does it do?


2. Mirror on Acetate

  • I have the word “ MIRROR”.

  • Hold it in front of mirror.

  • What do you see?

    Turn the acetate around.

    4. Now what do you see?


3. Mirror on Cardboard

  • What will you see in the mirror when it is turned around?

  • How did the mirror reverse the letters from left to right?


4. Looking into a Mirror

  • What I see is my image.

  • How is it orientated relative to the object?


Where is the Mirror Image?

Activity 2B3

Page 46


Where is the Image?

  • When you look into a mirror, what do you see?

  • You see your image.

  • It is where your eyes focus.


Investigation Time

2Place a coin on table in front of it.

3.Where is the image of the coin?

  • Place mirror on table with mirror on long side in a vertical position. (In center of paper)

Mirror


Response Time

  • On small piece of paper write the location where you think the image is.

  • Hand your answer to me when completed.


Response Analysis

  • Five finger file system report:


Further Investigation

  • Replace the mirror with a clear piece of plexiglas.

    2.Place a coin on the table in front of it.

    3.Can you see the image of the coin?


Further Investigation

  • Place a second coin where you see the image.

    5.Draw around the coins.

    6.Draw a line in front of and in back of the plexiglas.

    7.Remove the plexiglas.


Further Investigation

8.How far is the object in front of the plexiglas?

9.How far is the image behind the plexiglas?

  • Place the mirror where the plexiglas was located. What do you see?


Demo O-11

Rod

in front of

Mirror/plexiglas


Demo O-8

Red Ruler

And

Mirror


Demo: Colored Clothes pins

  • Connect the three different colored clothes pins at right angles to each other.

  • Place them in front of a mirror.

  • What do you observe?


Demo O-9A

Aluminum Mask

In

Front of Mirror.

Examine Photographs

For Clarity


Demo O-9A

Include photos


Demo O-10

Candle

in front of plexiglas


How Do Objects Appear When Seen Through a Transparent Material?

Activity 3C1

Page 101


Investigate – Water into Cup

  • Place penny into white cup.

    2.Place cup so just not see penny.

    3.Pour in water.

    4.What happens?


Investigate – Straw into Water

  • Place a straw into a cup of water.

    2Where is the straw bent?

    3.Where is enters the water.


Investigate – Thick Plexiglas Block

  • Look through it at a pencil.

    2Rotate the plexiglas block.

  • Repeat for your finger.


Investigate – Thick Plexiglas Block

  • Place 2 coins on table near each other.

    2Place plexiglas block on one.

  • What do you observe?


Demo – Coin Under water

  • Place coin into tank under H2O.

    2Look at coin through tube.

  • What path does the light travel?


Demo – Aquarium Balls

  • What are the size of the balls?

    2Remove one from water.

  • Place the other in water.


Demo – Aquarium Balls

Air

Water

eye


Demo – Root Beer Mugs

  • Fill each with colored water.

    2Examine the fullness.

  • Place each in water.

  • Results?


That’s all folks!


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