A gathering place for students and parents of Mrs. Aker's science classes, as well as for fellow science teachers to gain ideas.
You did well explaining that some of the energy goes into the air, but what happens when the ball hits the ground?Kevin Burton period 1
I think they were focusing on the scenario where the ball fell out of the hand (scenario 1) vs. the ball bouncing up from the floor (scenario 2).
you guys did a vary good job but next time talk more about the ball when it hits the ground.cody hart stone period 1
your video was well done.cody hart stone period 1
Could their be any gravitational energy?Kevin Burton per. 1
I didn't think the ball hitting the ground was apart of the assignment although it would be nice to know. Your voice is loud enough to hear which is good.Vin K.
You didnt esxplain when the ball was hitting the groundEmilio DeLeonper1
You did a really good job but you should use the vocabulary words "transfer" and "transformation" so we can better understand what is going on.SADEE, CHRISSY, SARAH, AND SHELBY!!
Was there any friction in the air?Vin K. Period 1
they said there was mechanical energy in the air which can be wind causing friction michael jimenez period 5
Do think there is a difference between mechanical energy in the air and thermal energy in the air? Does that mean the same thing or something different?
it is a very good videoShelby,Crissy,Sadee,Sarah
What parts did you think were good?
good explanation on the types of energy there was and how they reacted austin budlong period 4
i agree with your explanation austin budlong period 4
What parts of it?
i like how i can hear and understand what you are saying ,but what about period thermal energy when the ball hits the ground causing friction creating heat.michael jimenez 5
very clear to hear,explained everything the right way.
unerstandable in the energy transfers.