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Introduction to Micro-Worlds

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Jenna Miller

on 14 February 2011

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Transcript of Introduction to Micro-Worlds

Microscopes Magnifying Lenses Onions have skin cells? GOALS:
Learn background information on microscopes.
Learn the parts of a microscope and how to use them.
Begin the concept of field of view Introduction to the
Microscopic World In the world around us... There is much more to see
than what
originally meets the naked eye Magnifying lenses help us to see the tiny details that make up the big picture. Magnifiers come in many forms... ...from a glass of water ...to a single water droplet. All magnifiers must: - be transparent - have a curved lens help us to see in much greater detail Before we go too much further with details, let's take some time to explore... Let the discovery begin! With the right light and lens adjustments, you can find a whole community of life inside of a single drop of pond water! Jenna Miller
EDIM 508 The following presentation introduces the class to the first day of our MicroWorlds Unit. Prior to distributing materials, students will participate in this presentation of a general overview of magnifiers and microscopes. Pennsylvania Sciene and Technology Standards: Use appropriate tools and technologies to
gather, analyze, and interpret data and
understand that it enhances accuracy and
allows scientists to analyze and quantify
results of investigations.
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