A gathering place for students and parents of Mrs. Aker's science classes, as well as for fellow science teachers to gain ideas.
How is there mechanical energy in the air? Savannah Way per. 3
When I see "mechanical energy in the air"....I think of a big column of air going "whoosh" that has the ability to move something else. Is this what you meant?
Was there any energy still in the hand and very nice presentaion layout. Savannah Way per. 3
Graci Henry period 3Why would all the energy transfer over to each element? What is the energy in the ball after it hits the floor.* Sadde...(hi blondy) you were clear the whole time and i could understand you well. Also your guys' board was clear and readable.
Does every energy transfer to the next object or is there some left behind in the previous object?It was easy to inderstand you guys talking.The presentation was clear also.Katie Hao per. 3
It was too quiet to hear much. But I noticed that everything went through the air before it hit the floor. How was there energy in the air before anything had occured? I agree with Savannah Way. -Kayla Illman 3rd Period
I noticed that below the circles, there were words written. Did that mean that there was gravitational and mechanical in those circles the entire time? -Maddie Centen 3rd Period
I liked your set up on the board. I noticed that Savannah asked you how there is mechanical energy in the air and I was thinking about that as well, because I know there can be some after you drop the ball, but not before you drop it.~Carlie Kilcup P.3
I think it was well displayed, I was also very clear on the transformations. Except on the very last one, once the ball is in the air then to the ground. What transformation was that?Aiyanan Joseph, per. 3
I agree with what Carlie and Savannah said because I was thinking the same thing as I was listening to your video. Wouldn't some of the energy stay in the ball as well as the air? -Ali Raetz P.3
I think you should have mentioned the energy that does go through the air , But you're presentation was very clear and neat.- Jazzmine Per.4
when the ball is in your hand it has macanicial energy not gravitationalkarinna period 4
So what would be the EVIDENCE that a ball has mechanical energy? What would a ball be doing if it has mechanical energy?
liked how u explained it and it was good. Rochele p4
Why did you choose that senario?Rebecka Period 4
Was there any energy still in the hand and very nice presentaion layoutkarinna period 4
You used the wrong type of energy for when the ball was in your hand.Rebecka Period 4
What type of energy do you think it should have been?
What exactly were you talking about?Holly, p4
you were very good at explaining but you needed to be either a little louder or get the speaker closer.Holly, p4
Sometimes the wind made it hard to hear you sometimes. But besides that you were very clear and your explaining is very easy to understand.Connie, pr.6
where was the mechanical energy in the air?haleyR