COMPREHENSION ON SOUND WAVES
Sound Reading Comprehension - Softschools
Sound - Everything a person hears is called sound. Sound is a vibration or wave traveling through solids, liquids, or gases and can be heard. A sound begins by some type of mechanical movement which can include a person playing an instrument, a door slamming, or thunder in the sky. The molecules of these objects vibrate and in turn cause
Lesson 2: Physical Science Wave Theory and Sound
PDF fileLesson 2: Physical Science – Wave Theory and Sound H. Turngren, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 p.1 GED Science Curriculum SCIENCE Weekly Skill: Lesson Summary: This week students will continue reading for comprehension with reading passages on sound and waves.
Making Waves: Sound Wave Properties Fourth Grade Science
The Making Waves – Wave Properties Science Stations teach about the properties of different types of sound and ocean waves. Within these stations, students learn about sound waves, construct a phone, diagram different types of waves, model vibrations, learn about ocean waves, and learn about transverse and longitudinal waves.
Waves and Sound Worksheets - Ms. Nowak's STEM 7
Ms. Nowak's STEM 7. Search this site. Navigation. Class Calendar. Online Homework. Welcome Mini Unit. Waves and Sound Unit. E-mail Ms. Nowak. Section 2 and 3 - Reading comprehension Sound Waves Simulation View Download:
DOC fileWeb viewWe see light waves, hear sound waves, use microwaves, and maybe even do the wave in a football stadium. Even “waving” hello to someone is a wavelike motion. In the ocean or a lake, water ripples in waves. Those waves are caused by some disturbance, such as a rock dropped in the water, a moving boat, or larger movements deep at sea. Simply
Light and Sound Reading Comprehension - Softschools
Light and Sound - Light and sound is found everywhere. Light and sound waves travel from place to place and can be seen and heard. Light is visible to the human eye and is responsible for the sense of sight. It is a form of energy we can see when it is reflected off the surface of an object. Sound is
Comprehensions: Light Waves (upper elementary) | abcteach
Comprehensions: Light Waves (upper elementary) 1 of 5 Reading comprehensions on light waves and on how they differ from sound waves, with an experiment to help aid Comprehension: Planets (elementary) Language Arts (elementary/ upper) Testing Practice.
Waves & Currents
PDF fileEnergy travels in waves, and electric current is the constant ﬂow of electric energy. A wave, whether it is in the ocean, on land, or in the air, is simply the movement that takes energy from one place to another. Many kinds of energy travel in waves. Light, sound, and mechanical energy all travel in waves. Sound waves, for example, are
Cross-Curricular Reading Comprehension Worksheets: C-4 of
PDF fileCross-Curricular Reading Comprehension Worksheets: C-4 of 36 When you hear the words waves and currents, your brain might immediately make you think about the ocean. They at least make you think about some form of water. That’s natural. That’s probably where you have heard those two words used most. But waves and currents can also be
Fourth Grade Science Waves - Sound
PDF fileFourth Grade Science Waves - Sound The following learning activities were backwards planned to facilitate the development of students’ knowledge and skills for mastery of these NGSS Performance Expectations. Not all of the dimensions and CCSS are covered in the following activities and teachers are encouraged to address them where possible.