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Day 2: IQWST Can I Believe My Eyes? Activity 1.2 and 2.1

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Transcript of Day 2: IQWST Can I Believe My Eyes? Activity 1.2 and 2.1

Day 2: IQWST Can I Believe My Eyes?
Lesson 1: Activity 1.2 Driving Question Board
Lesson 2: Activity 2.1 Probing Ideas

Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
Were the checkerboard image and the spinning image optical illusions?
Reading Follow Up
(support with evidence from the reading)
Spark
Go to http://socrative.com and answer the following question:

Now that we have collected some data, how would you respond to the driving question, can I believe my eyes?
Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
The two images raise questions about how we see. We want to generate some questions about light and sight.

What are some factors that affect vision and the way we see objects?
We saw the images on the screen because light from the projector shone on the screen. What are some things light can do when it hits different materials?
Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
What questions do you have about the effects light has when it hits different materials or objects?
You observed an interesting pattern related to the colors of the light and the colors of the image with the spinning circles. What are some different situations where you might see colored light and its effects?
Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
What questions do you have about eyes, vision, and how we see?
Activity 1.2: Driving Question Board
I would like every student to post at least one question to the Driving Question Board.
Each person will share at least one question. They will write it on a post it note and and place it on the DQB (Driving Question Board) where they believe it fits best. If your question relates to that students question, raise your hand and say it and then go place it on the board attached to that question.
Lesson 1 Wrap Up
In your questions section of your lab manual, please record the Driving Question and another questions that you found most interesting that other students posted.
Lesson 2: What Do We Need to See an Object? Introduction
We are going to be focusing now on the question:
How does light allow me to see?
(Think about how you would know there is such a thing as light if you were unable to see.)
I need you to close your eyes for a minute.
Lesson 2: What Do We Need to See an Object? Introduction
What do people need to be able to see an object?
What kind of things could keep people from seeing an object?
Lesson 2: What Do We Need to See an Object? Introduction
Why can the girl see the tree?
Please respond to question 1 in Activity 2.1 in your lab manual.
Lesson 2: What Do We Need to See an Object? Introduction
Why doesn't the girl see the car?
Please respond to question 2 in Activity 2.1 in your lab manual.
Activity 2.1: Probing Ideas: Seeing Objects around the Room
The rules of sight club:
You must remain in your seat.
Cannot move in your seat
You must not talk to anyone.
I'm going to name one object at a time. I would like for you to write the name of the object in the table on Activity 2.1 and then put a mark in the box for each object you see.
Activity 2.1: Probing Ideas: Seeing Objects around the Room
Activity 2.1: Probing Ideas: Seeing Objects around the Room
Talk in your group about what is necessary for you to see an object. (2-3 minutes)
Activity 2.1: Probing Ideas: Seeing Objects around the Room
What Patterns did you notice that are related to who could and couldn't see different objects?
What factors affect whether you can see an object or not?
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