9780873552165-0873552164-Sound: Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It

Sound: Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It

ISBN-13: 9780873552165
ISBN-10: 0873552164
Edition: illustrated edition
Author: William C. Robertson, Brian Diskin
Publication date: 2003
Publisher: Natl Science Teachers Assn
Format: Paperback 107 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780873552165
ISBN-10: 0873552164
Edition: illustrated edition
Author: William C. Robertson, Brian Diskin
Publication date: 2003
Publisher: Natl Science Teachers Assn
Format: Paperback 107 pages

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Acknowledged authors William C. Robertson, Brian Diskin wrote Sound: Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It comprising 107 pages back in 2003. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0873552164 and 9780873552165. Since then Sound: Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.30 or rent at the marketplace.

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Muddled about what makes music? Stuck on the study of harmonics? Dumbfounded by how sound gets around? Now you no longer have to struggle to teach concepts you really don t grasp yourself. Sound takes an intentionally light touch to help out all those adults science teachers, parents wanting to help with homework, home-schoolers seeking necessary scientific background to teach middle school physics with confidence. The book introduces sound waves and uses that model to explain sound-related occurrences. Starting with the basics of what causes sound and how it travels, you'll learn how musical instruments work, how sound waves add and subtract, how the human ear works, and even why you can sound like a Munchkin when you inhale helium. Sound is the fourth book in the award-winning Stop Faking It! Series, published by NSTA Press. Like the other popular volumes, it is written by irreverent educator Bill Robertson, who offers this Sound recommendation: One of the coolest activities is whacking a spinning metal rod to create a wah-wah effect. It s a simple activity, the explanation incorporates several interesting properties of sound. This activity is in Chapter 5. I suggest you try it and see!

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