Jan Harding, Chippewa Valley Schools Teacher, Technology Curricular Leader, and MACUL grant winner 2008-09 email@example.com www.jharding.weebly.com. Making Movies:. The Science Myth Busters. Myth or Fact?. If you kick a bowling ball in space, it HURTS.
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If you kick a bowling ball in space, it HURTS.
Blue light is always at the bottom of a rainbow.
It gets hotter in the summer because the earth is closest to the sun.
Some kinds of electromagnetic waves are damaging to
A penny dropped from a tall building could kill a pedestrian.
When waves meet, they bounce off each other and head back in the opposite direction.
The primary colors for light are red, blue, and yellow.
You can’t make a sound in space, because sound is a mechanical wave.
S.IA.07.12 Evaluate data, claims, and personal knowledge through collaborative science discourse.
S.IA.07.15 Use multiple sources of information to evaluate strengths and weaknesses of claims, arguments, or data.
S.RS.07.11 Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of claims, arguments, and data.
S.RS.07.12 Describe limitations in personal and scientific knowledge.
S.RS.07.13 Identify the need for evidence in making scientific decisions.
S.RS.07.14 Evaluate scientific explanations based on current evidence and scientific principle
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PROJECT: Allows further editing of your video
MOVIE: Renders video as a final project
Kodak 68" "Go Anywhere" Professional Monopod
Tripods from Sunpak –one for each camera
All materials purchased through the REMC bid http://www.remcbids.org/ and Amazon.com
Cameras and tripods are inexpensive! You can build a collection gradually.
One camera/one tripod ideas:
“create original works as a means of personal or group expression”
“interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media”
“Contribute to project teams to produce original works or solve problems”
“Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media”
“Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks”
“Process data and report results”
This project hit all six ISTE standards in at least one category!
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