Creative LOs

 Week 9 (LO9) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Summary: This LO compares the behaviour of elementary particles, matter and waves as they are fired through slits. This was presented as an educational powerpoint that contains a few multiple choice questions.


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Title: Thin Film Interference

Category: Thin film interference

Summary: This is a power point explaining thin film interference with some questions in solving thin film interference problems.
https://www.slideshare.net/secret/4GCbDVr3bQ582K


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Title: Tales of a Colorblind Scientist

Category: Michelson interferometer

Summary: In this powerpoint a researcher uses a Michelson interferometer to see if he is colorblind.


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Title: Double Slit Interference

Category: Double slit experiment

Summary: Double Slit Interference by Powerpoint


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Summary: PDF iconographic outlining interference and the double slit experiment. Includes explanation of particle and wave interaction with the double slit.


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Week 8 (LO7 and LO8) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Summary: In order to get her little brother to fix his flute’s tuning, Patty explains how beatings due to waves of different frequencies are created.


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Title: Wave Propagation and the Sonic Boom

Category: Wave Propagation and Huygens Principle

Summary: I described how a sonic boom occurs and how the waves created propagate through a medium. This was completed through the use of a powerpoint.


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Title: Beat Generation

Category: Beats

Summary: This is a text document that explains what beats are and how they’re generated, and includes questions at the end.


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Summary: A summary on the real life application of beat frequency in police radars.


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Summary: My App is a small experiment made easy and feasible at home by a beat simulator App. It demonstrated that you can play around with the frequencies and see how that introduces beats.


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Summary: This Learning Object is a submitted powerpoint for LO7/8 and reviews the relationship between wave Interference and the production of beats. It also explores beat frequencies and instrumental tuning.


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Title: 2D Wave

Category: 2D Wave Interference

Summary: It is a simple multiple choice questions based on the understanding of 2D waves

Lo7 from Jerry Liu


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Title: Huygen’s Principle

Category: Wave Propagation and Huygens Principle

Summary: Huygen’s Principle is described with spherical and planar waves in this powerpoint presentation. It explains how new wavefronts are formed and some problems are presented at the end to check understanding.
https://www.slideshare.net/secret/8ieF72dVtoiQ2e


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Summary: This Learning Object aims to explain the underlying mechanics of the Beat Phenomenon, notably between harmonic intervals.

Source of images in order shown:
Physics for Scientists and Engineers – An Interactive Approach, 1st Edition
Wikimedia Commons Media Database
image generated from Audacity


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Title: Beat Frequency

Category: Beats

Summary: Summarization of what a beat is and how one occurs. Then I go over a couple of questions and detailed answers to the questions.


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Week 7 (LO6) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Summary: In this learning object I describe standing waves and use them to explain the phenomenon of Chladni figures. There is also a brief mention of harmonics or resonant frequencies although more information can be found on pages 226 and 227 of the textbook. For this learning object I used a powerpoint with youtube links included.


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Title: Standing Waves in a Ruben’s Tube

Category: Standing Waves and Music

Summary: I used a PDF to demonstrate how the Ruben’s Tube is an example of standing waves in music


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Title: Pitch Perfect 2

Category: Standing Waves and Music

Summary: Standing waves on strings of guitars and the use of a capo are explained on Powerpoint.


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Title: Acrophobia and Standing Waves

Category: Standing Waves

Summary: This Learning Object (via powerpoint) looks at a natural occurrence of standing waves that poses many problems for aircrafts near mountainous regions. By examining these mountainous waves (aka lee waves), this LO targets common misconceptions and demonstrates relationships between properties of standing waves.


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Summary: My learning object uses a prezi to explore the concept of standing waves, specifically on how wavelength and frequency are related to the number of nodes over a fixed length of string. I take these concepts and apply them to the violin, using a short video to demonstrate how only certain harmonics can exist on the violin and how we hear the difference between the harmonics, in terms of pitch.

http://prezi.com/0wc8nkayxu_f/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share


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Week 7 (LO5) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Title: Dopper’s Effect

Category: Doppler Effect

Summary: This power point explains the real life phenomenon of Doppler’s effect and explains it with sample questions


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Title: The Flash! (Doppler Effect)

Category: Doppler Effect

Summary: In this learning object (PDF problem), the iconic superhero known as The Flash experiences several different situations which can be described (and modeled) by the Doppler Effect. The last question in this LO spices things up by throwing Superman into the mix!


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Summary: In this learning object, you can learn detailed cases / applications of the doppler effect. Also review the different format of the key equation.


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Summary: In this learning objective, we examine the derivation for the equations relating frequency heard by the receiver and frequencies emitted at the source for both receivers moving away and towards the source, using a Prezi. We begin with familiar equations relating period/frequency, velocity and wavelength and manipulate these to allow us to solve the problem. The setting of two moving skaters and a finishing line horn is used as context for this particular problem.

http://prezi.com/dyvsfhao9nt3/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share


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Title: Sonic BOOM

Category: Doppler Effect

Summary: I used PowerPoint to present about my favourite TV show Sonic Boom, which is about a blue hedgehog named Sonic that can reach supersonic speed and create shock waves and sonic booms! After making this presentation, I now know that if I want to be as cool as Sonic, all I have to do is run faster than sound!


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Week 6 (LO4) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Title: Sound: Intensity and Power

Category: Power and Intensity

Summary: Use concepts of intensity and power to determine how far one needs to sit away from a crying baby to reduce noise levels.


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Title: Sound levels

Category: Power and Intensity

Summary: This learning object briefly explains power intensity and its measurement. It also describes and emphasizes the importance of protecting yourself from high sound levels. The use of a Powerpoint presentation helped aid the flow in a continuous and an easy to follow manner.


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Title: Light Waves Crossword

Category: Light Waves

Summary: A crossword on the key terms on Light Waves and Optics.
The answer key is provided on the bottom of the last page.


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Title: Sound waves

Category: Sound Waves

Summary: Two questions regarding the travelling of sound waves through cold and warm air, presented as a powerpoint.


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Title: Sound Waves

Category: Sound Waves

Summary: A crossword testing recollection of terms terms and understanding of sound waves.


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Week 5 (LO3) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Summary: Brief YouTube video going through what a transverse and longitudinal wave are, along with some examples. The idea is to clarify the concept of transverse versus longitudinal waves.


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Title: ShockWave Adventure

Category: Harmonic Waves

Summary: As technology advances, more and more ways to fun are being developed. This learning object aims to demonstrate the relationships between properties of a harmonic wave and highlights common misconceptions.


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Summary: This Learning Object is a Word document that explores the velocity of a traveling wave through a cord. A diver is about to be attacked by a shark. She needs help from her crewmates and shakes her suit’s umbilical cord. How long will it take for them to notice the motion in the cord?


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Summary: Speed of a travelling wave depends on the properties of the medium, and for a particular type of wave (e.g. sound), speed is constant as long as the wave stays in that medium. The relationship v=fl shows that if speed is constant, changing frequency will change wavelength. The example given in this slideshow is how dolphins use echolocation to detect objects in the ocean.


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Title: Waves- Key Words

Category: Harmonic Waves

Summary: This learning object reviews relevant words and terms included in WAVES Chapter 14


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Week 4 (LO2) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Title: Resonance

Category: Resonance

Summary: This prezi goes over four everyday examples of resonance and how sound is produced and heard as a result of it.

http://prezi.com/knsuwzi8qjyo/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy


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Summary: For this LO, I chose to focus on underdamped oscillations in the form of a word problem by using the change in amplitude of the rubber band to determine the mass of an object.


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Summary: This learning objective focuses on when simple harmonic motion can be used to describe a simple pendulum. As well, it touches on the forces and energy involved.
http://blogs.ubc.ca/phys101/files/gravity_forms/1-72f8f8fec225ededbd95c074100f3d9f/2015/02/Learning-Object.jpeg


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Title: Supermodel Runway Speeds

Category: Simple Pendulum

Summary: Using simple pendulums the student will determine the approximate time a supermodel will take to complete a circuit on a runway


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Summary: I decided to explore the conceptual basis of resonance and driven harmonic oscillation by looking at a real-life example, the London Millennium Bridge, and examining the underlying physics concepts thought a Prezi presentation, which links together textual and graphical explanations and shows the flow of ideas.

http://prezi.com/a2hdickebsej/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share


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Week 3 (LO1) Most creative

These LOs are cool and crazy submissions by your peers that are peripherally related to the course material.

Title: Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion

Category: Energy in SHM

Summary: Please provide a summary of your learning object (maximum 75 words). Focus on which concepts your LO addresses, and which format you chose to use (multiple choice question, word problem, audio narration, video, Ted-Ed, Prezzi, etc…)


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Title: Tolling bells on the Moon

Category: Kinematics of SHM

Summary: Please provide a summary of your learning object (maximum 75 words). Focus on which concepts your LO addresses, and which format you chose to use (multiple choice question, word problem, audio narration, video, Ted-Ed, Prezzi, etc…)


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Title: Pogo Stick Palooza

Category: Energy in SHM

Summary: This learning object is an application of a mass-spring system problem involving a unique object: a pogo stick! As a long answer question, this problem not only addressed the energy of a simple harmonic motion system, but also incorporated some mass-spring intuition.


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Title: ENERGY IN SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION

Category: Energy in SHM

Summary: My LO is on energy in SHM, I created a powerpoint using a 2 part question involving the spring mechanism of a gun.


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Title: Newton’s Cradle: An Extended Example of Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion

Category: Energy in SHM

Summary: This Learning Objective revolves around the concept of energy in simple harmonic motion. The concept of energy conservation will be discussed and terms such as kinetic energy and potential energy will be used in regards to a simplified version of Newton’s Cradle. The submission is in power point format.


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