Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Period 4-Movie T

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30 comments:

  1. Alittle bit confusing... i notice you said when the ball falls from your hand it creates thermal energy. but it creates thermal energy when its falling not when the ball leaves your hand.

    Sarah, Chrissy, Sadee, Shelby

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    1. They could of used more cubes than what they origially used
      Allison Sattler per 6

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    2. your explained the energy very well although you didnt finish your video
      Allison Sattler per 6

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    3. Allison, is there a reason you think they should have used more cubes?

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  2. there's no circle that shows what happens to the energy when the ball hits the ground, you didn't physically show any transfers or transitions.

    chrissy, sadee, sarah, shelby

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    1. I think that they were focusing on the first scenario (ball falls from hand) rather than the second (the ball hits the ground and bounces back up)

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  3. This video could be improved a lot, as said before,if you phisically moved the energy cubes to show how the energy was being transfered to make it easier to understand. Also, it is difficult to hear your voice, so it would help to speak louder and clearer.
    Regan Highsmith Per. 3

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  4. I noticed you called the ball an elctromagnet how is it? Is there any sound or kenetic energy anywhere? - Kaylee per. 3

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    1. we never called the ball an electromagnet

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    2. Actually, a few people asked this question. :-)

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  5. How does the ball have electromagnetic energy while moving in the air?
    Sayarpreet Walia
    P.3

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    1. Electromagnetic energy is like light...are you saying that doesn't apply in this situation?

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  6. You never finished the video, what happened when the ball hit the ground?
    Sayarpreet Walia
    P.3

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  7. The ballwould not be electro magnetic bcause it doesn't have a electrical current going through it.
    Sydney P3

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  8. How come there was no movement of energy in the video? You called the ball an electromagnet, can you clarify that?

    Francisco. S Period 3

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  9. what do you mean "the ball is electromagnetic"?

    -benen

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  10. Christina Shevchuk, per.3
    I noticed that you didn't finish your video. Is that because there was no battery left? lol. We did the same activity and we started with most of the cubes in the ball. Is there a reason why you did not show the transfers/transformations?

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  11. thermal energy, didn't think of that one

    -benen

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  12. Why was their absolutely no energy transformation shown? You're forgetting major energy transformations like gravitational to mechanical, instead focusing on minor things like thermal and magnetic energy. Also, the energy should start the ball as gravitational energy. Why did you have the cubes spread apart in the air and ground?

    Brendan J. Period 3

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    1. Sorry, Brendan Jacobsen Period 3

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  13. You were mumbling and I couldn't understand you that well.

    -John Koo Per. 3

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  14. All the energy in should have started in the ball.

    -John Koo Per.3

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    1. So you think there should have been no cubes in the other 2 circles?

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  15. I liked how clear your writing was on your diagram, but the content of what was happening didn't make much sense, and was not explained enough.
    Regan Highsmith Per.3

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  16. Christina Shevchuk, per.3
    You should describe all the different energys in the ball air and ground

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  17. Is there any potential loss of energy as it falls?
    Brock O'Neill per. 5

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  18. I noticed that you guys only used 4 cubes is there a reason for that ?

    Taylor Murray Period 6

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  19. I don't understand how the ball is an electromagnet?
    -Connie pr.6

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  20. Most of the time i could not understand what you were saying
    Rachel Syverson Per 6

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  21. How is the ball when falling an electromagnet?
    Rachel Syverson Per 6

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