What is happening when speakers and other music makers make a sound?
- Do Now– Please get out your ISN and copy down today’s Home Learning in your planner. Add to the Table of Contents: “Instruments Investigation p.59” (Right Side).Head p.59 properly with “Instruments Investigation-2/4/20.”
- Write-Pair-Share– On ISN p.59, write answers to the following questions: How do you think sound sources like instruments & speakers make all those different sounds? What would you expect to see if you look closely at these sound sources while they are making sounds?
- Observe instruments and a speaker– Set up a T-chart on ISN p.59 with a column for “Sound Source” and a column for “Observations.” Record your observations of the instrument at each station: guitar, drum, xylophone, and tuning fork. Use the prompts on the Google Slide to guide your observations.
- Observe slow-motion video of instruments and speaker– Set up a T-chart on a flip page to ISN p.59 with a column for “Slow Motion Videos” and a column for “Observations.” Record your observations of the slow-motion videos of the speaker, guitar, drum, and tuning fork.
Complete the Sound Waves Unit Phenomenon Routine Checklist Google slides (#011) due on Wed. 2/5 or Thu. 2/6