Applications
and skills:
•
Sketching
and interpreting
the Doppler effect when there
is
relative motion between source and observer
•
Describing
situations where the Doppler effect can be utilized
•
Solving
problems involving
the change in frequency or wavelength
observed
due to the Doppler effect to determine
the
velocity of the source/observer.
Slide 2
AHL 9.5 Doppler Effect Lesson 2 [slide 2]
What you need to do in this flipped lesson:1. Study carefully the slides which show worked examples of Doppler Effect problems. 2. Follow the link to the Scribblar Room where there is an embedded pdf of Doppler Effect problems with final answers provided. The task is to provide the correct working. There is space to the right of the problem sheet to show how to solve each of the different problems. If you can enter the working needed to answer part(s) of any problem, enter your working and/or reasoning. Just looking at the solutions entered by others is helpful, but you will gain more by attempting to provide working or reasoning for questions yourself. 3. Write an honest reflection on this activity in your Physics workbook.
Now it is time for you to work collaboratively on some doppler effect problems. Click on the link below: LINK TO SCRIBBLAR ROOM WITH DOPPLER EFFECT PROBLEMSRemember:If you can enter the working needed to answer part(s) of any problem, enter your working and/or reasoning. Just looking at the solutions entered by others is helpful, but you will gain more by attempting to provide working or reasoning for questions yourself.Be respectful to your peers!