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Wondrous Work from Spectacular Students!

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Juli Jones

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of Wondrous Work from Spectacular Students!

Spectacular Students! Superstar Minds! Creating Original Work to Share and Teach! The End You guys did good. Correct! That was right. OOPS! You got that wrong. Wonderful!!! Correct! You will get It
keep trying. OOPS! Now you’re
getting
the idea! Correct! Get the idea? OOPS! Connects the eye piece and the revolving nosepiece. I think you are doing a marvelous job. Correct! I think you are doing a marvelous job. OOPS!. This adjustment knob focuses and fits to your eyesight. Correct! OOPS!! The light source is at the bottom of the microscope above the base. Correct! The answer was Diaphragm. Correct! That’s right GOOD JOB!!! Oops! That was wrong sorry. The eye piece magnifies x10. The piece you look through. The arm is the piece you hold to carry it. Always have one hand under microscope and one hand on arm at all times. Highest Power:
Is the longest. Is the shortest. Lowest Power: Objective: the three pieces at the end of the revolving nosepiece. The stage is the place that you place the specimen slide on. The stage clips holds the specimen slide. Watch Out! You’re
getting cold! OOPS! Watch Out! You’re
getting hot! Correct! This adjustment knob brings the stage up and down. You’re doing
GREAT! Correct! Supports the whole microscope like feet. OOPS! That answer was Diaphragm. This controls the amount of light goes through your specimen. The revolving nosepiece is the piece you hold to carry it.. OH…NUTS! OOPS! Student- Made PowerPoint Presentations! Have a wonderful day and good luck on the test. Thank you for participating Base Fine adjustment Stage Arm Light source Clips High-power
objective Low-power
objective Revolving nosepiece Course adjustment Eyepiece Diaphragm Light source Medium- power objective Body tube What is this piece? End They are usually used to look at small organisms that can’t me seen by the naked eye. What is a microscope used for? Question #14 #13 #12 #11 #10 #9 #8 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #1 #2 Have a wonderful day and good luck on the test. Thank you for participating End They are usually used to look at small organisms that can’t me seen by the naked eye. What is a microscope used for? Fine adjustment Course adjustment Arm Eyepiece Diaphragm Light source High-power
objective Medium- power objective Revolving nosepiece Body tube What is this piece? Stage Light source Clips Low-power
objective Base Question #14 #13 #12 #11 #10 #9 #8 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #1 #2 Correct! That was right. OOPS! You got that wrong. Wonderful!!! Correct! You will get It
keep trying. OOPS! Now you’re
getting
the idea! Correct! Get the idea? OOPS! Connects the eye piece and the revolving nosepiece. I think you are doing a marvelous job. Correct! This adjustment knob focuses and fits to your eyesight. Correct! OOPS!! The light source is at the bottom of the microscope above the base. Watch Out! You’re
getting cold! OOPS! Watch Out! You’re
getting hot! Correct! This adjustment knob brings the stage up and down. You’re doing
GREAT! Correct! Supports the whole microscope like feet. Correct! The answer was Diaphragm. OOPS! That answer was Diaphragm. The End You guys did good. The stage clips holds the specimen slide. I think you are doing a marvelous job. OOPS!. OH…NUTS! OOPS! This controls the amount of light goes through your specimen. Correct! That’s right GOOD JOB!!! Oops! That was wrong sorry. The arm is the piece you hold to carry it. Always have one hand under microscope and one hand on arm at all times. Highest Power:
Is the longest. Is the shortest. Lowest Power: Objective: the three pieces at the end of the revolving nosepiece. The revolving nosepiece is the piece you hold to carry it.. The eye piece magnifies x10. The piece you look through. The stage is the place that you place the specimen slide on.
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