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Sunday, November 15 • 12:01am - 11:59pm
Simple Machines: The Rube Goldberg Way

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Students will be given a task to complete such as popping a balloon. They will be required to create a simple machine with 5-7 moving parts, made from common household materials, to complete the task. Leading up to this project, students will have learned about simple machines and Rube Goldberg. This project will help students be able to explain how simple machines such as inclined planes, pulleys, levers and wheel and axels are used to create mechanical advantage and increase efficiency. (7.P.2.4) The team of students that creates the machine that completes the task in the most whimsical way will be awarded a certificate.

Session Release Schedule - This session's video will be released Nov. 8th, at 7PM

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Presenter Email Address: lsise@ncmcs.org  <--- Please feel free to contact with questions or to set up a 1-on-1 follow-up!

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Lindsey Sise

C&I: instructional Specialist, Science, Health and PE, Moore County Schools
My name is Lindsey Sise. I have taught middle school science for 13 years. This year I took on the role of Curriculum Specialist: Science, Health and PE. I love teaching science because it allows students to learn hands on. I am very excited to share my lesson with you and hope you... Read More →


Sunday November 15, 2020 12:01am - 11:59pm EST
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