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
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)