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Moyer, Richard; Everett, Susan – Science Scope, 2011
The pitcher throws the ball and the batter takes a mighty swing. Crack! The ball is hit on the sweet spot and soars to the outfield. Or, you hear a thud! This time, the ball dribbles along the infield ground and the batter's hands sting. Everyone who has played baseball or softball has probably experienced both of these outcomes. This may not seem…
Descriptors: Athletics, Equipment, Engineering, Energy
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Moyer, Richard; Everett, Susan – Science Scope, 2010
This article describes a lesson where students explore the absorbency of several towels with different weaves and weights. The lesson follows the 5E learning-cycle model and incorporates engineering in the sense of product testing with a focus on the relationship between the weave of a towel and its absorbency. The National Science Education…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Scientific Principles, Middle School Students, Secondary School Science
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Moyer, Richard; Everett, Susan – Science Scope, 2010
The flashlight is a simple device that is composed of a lightbulb, usually two cells connected in series, a housing, a switch, and a reflector for the light. All flashlights essentially use these parts to complete a circuit that converts the stored chemical energy in the cells to light energy. In this lesson, students will take apart an…
Descriptors: Hands on Science, Learning Processes, Science Instruction, Light
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Moyer, Richard; Everett, Susan – Science Scope, 2010
Manufacturers often claim that their particular toothbrush design is better than the competitors, but is it? As a result, engineers must consider the economic issues involved with selling the products they create, as well as their functionality: to produce the best possible toothbrush regardless of cost, or the toothbrush that will sell the most,…
Descriptors: Dental Health, Equipment, Design, Engineering