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10/12 & 10/13 - 7th Grade Agenda
Collect Reading Guide Chap 1 Section 1
Colors & Mirrors & Eye
Optical & Color Illusions
Brain Pop: Light, Colors, Wave,
Sound Lab
Video: Reflection (At 15 min on Waves
video)
Class Reading: p. 52 - 60
HW: Reading & Note Taking : p. 41- 44
Daily Reflection
• Prompt: Why does a red apple appear red.
What will happen if you shine blue light on
it?
Why does the apple appear red?
• Because the red
light reflect it.
• All other light are
absorbed.
What do you notice about the
apple when it is shown in red
light?
What do you notice about the
apple when it is shown in green
light?
What do you notice about the
apple when it is shown in blue
light?
What are the three primary
colors of light?
• Red, Blue, Green
What are the three primary
colors of pigment?
• Yellow, Magenta,
Cyan
• What color do you
get when you
combine the three
primary colors of
pigment?
Why do three primary colors of
pigments produce black instead
of white?
• As pigments are added together, fewer
colors of light are reflected and more are
absorbed
Reflection
• Reflection occurs
when an object
or wave
nce back
bou_____
off a surface
through which it
cannot pass.
Convex Mirror
Concave Mirror
Refraction
• Bending of light
waves due to
change in
spe____
ed is
known as
refraction
Why does this pencil appear
broken?
• Because light
slowed down
as it entered
the glass as
water
Reflection
• Reflection occurs
when an object
or wave
nce back
bou_____
off a surface
through which it
cannot pass.
Concave Mirror
Convex Mirror
Refraction
• Bending of light
waves due to
change in
spe____
ed is
known as
refraction
Why does this pencil appear
broken?
• Because light
slowed down
as it entered
the glass as
water
Convex Lenses
Concave Lenses produces
smaller image
Parts of the Eye
Nearsightedness
Farsightedness
Daily Reflection
• Prompt: Write 3 interesting facts that you
learned during the brain pop videos.