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Light and Shadows End of Unit Assessment
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by Emily Smith
| 10 Questions
Note from the author:
SD51 SD67 Alberta
1
1 pt
Please drag the optical device to its correct definition/description.
  • An optical device that allows us to see better. It is a thin lens placed directly on the eyeball!
    Answer by dragging items here
  • Glass or plastic lenses held in a frame, placed in front of someone's eyes to help improve their vision!
    Answer by dragging items here
  • An optical device that uses beads and other small objects to create patterns caused by reflections!
    Answer by dragging items here
  • This optical device is important in astronomy (the study of space, including: stars, planets, & galaxies!)
    Answer by dragging items here
  • An optical device that allows the viewing of very small objects that cannot normally be seen!
    Answer by dragging items here
  • A convex lens that is used to produce a magnified image of an object.
    Answer by dragging items here
  • An optical device that records visual images in the form of photographs, film, or video.
    Answer by dragging items here
  • An optical device that takes light and splits it into a spectrum of colours.
    Answer by dragging items here
For questions 2, 3, 4, and 5, determine whether the statement is true or false.
2
1 pt
Opaque means that an object is see through.
True
False
3
1 pt
Transparent means that an object is see through.
True
False
4
1 pt
Magnifying glasses (hand lenses) are concave lenses.
True
False
5
1 pt
Some things use a combination of concave and convex lenses.
True
False
For questions 6 and 7, drag the different steps and place them in the correct order.
6
1 pt
Sally is trying to conduct a Spectroscope lab. Help her out by putting the steps into order.
  1. Turn flashlight on and point it into the slit in the spectrometer.
  2. Write a conclusion.
  3. Make a hypothesis.
  4. Record observations.
7
1 pt
Jacob is trying to conduct a microscope lab. Help him out by putting the steps into order below.
  1. Turn microscope on.
  2. Look into eyepiece.
  3. Record observations.
  4. Plug microscope in.
8
1 pt
So far this year, we have conducted several experiments. We have also completed a number of lab reports. Below, there are several steps that are part of conducting an experiment and completing a lab report. Please drag the steps and put them in order so that it would be possible to conduct an experiment properly.
  1. Write a conclusion.
  2. Gather and write down materials/supplies.
  3. Record observations.
  4. Create a hypothesis.
  5. Conduct the experiment.
  6. Analyze/think about what happened in the experiment.
9
1 pt
Throughout this unit, what has been your favorite discovery about light?
10
1 pt
Why has this been your favorite discovery about light?
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