Textbook Reference 10.3 (P.419-430). Concave (converging) Mirrors. Learning Goals. Understand how to draw ray diagrams for concave mirrors Be able to identify when images are real or virtual Success Criteria
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Concave (converging) Mirrors
Mirrors with a single curvature find many uses in our homes and optical devices. To make a curved mirror, you must make part of the surface of the sphere reflective. There are two types of curved mirrors:
from this side
RULES ... Cont`d:
A Real Image is an image that can be seen on a paper screen as a result of light rays actually arriving at the image location.
... SIZE (smaller, larger, or same), ATTITUDE (upright or inverted), LOCATION, and TYPE (real or virtual)
SIZE = Larger
ATTITUDE = Inverted
LOCATION = Beyond C
TYPE = Real
There are 5 scenarios to investigate with Concave mirrors.
You will be placed in groups and assigned a scenario to work on, during which time you will become the `expert` on that scenario.
Afterwards, everyone will JIGSAW into another group where you will all have a turn to `teach` your new group members about your concave mirror scenario.
Please reference your textbook (p.422-424) during this activity.
GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP 4 GROUP 5
Adoma Julia Akin Haya Angelica
Annamaria Anthony Victor Andre Alex
Helder Stephanie Michael IvoCristian
Vanessa Jonathan Alissia Josie Gabriel
David Abdullah Higor Matthew Sevak
Stephen Raffaela Rachel Victoria
(between F and the mirror)