Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Period 3-Movie H


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  1. 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

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    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).

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  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

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  3. your video was well done.

    cody hart stone period 1

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  4. Could their be any gravitational energy?
    Kevin Burton per. 1

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  5. 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.

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  6. You didnt esxplain when the ball was hitting the ground
    Emilio DeLeon
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  7. 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!!

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  8. Was there any friction in the air?

    Vin K. Period 1

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    1. they said there was mechanical energy in the air which can be wind causing friction

      michael jimenez period 5

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    2. 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?

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  9. it is a very good video

    Shelby,Crissy,Sadee,Sarah

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  10. good explanation on the types of energy there was and how they reacted


    austin budlong period 4

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  11. i agree with your explanation


    austin budlong period 4

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  12. 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

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  13. very clear to hear,explained everything the right way.

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  14. unerstandable in the energy transfers.

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