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Sally Anany

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Morse Code 10/5

LG: We are learning that waves can be used to transfer information from one place to another. Success Criteria: ★We can plan and conduct experiments. ★We can communicate over a distance through the use of Morse code. ★We can create our own Morse code. What You Need: 2 pencils 2 pieces of paper 2 flashlights What You Do: 1. Use the template attached to practice by writing out a word or two using dots and dashes for letters, as shown on the chart. You'll quickly see the advantage of keeping messages short and simple. 2. Write out a short message to your partner (family member) in Morse code, while he or she writes one to you. Leave a space between letters. For example: .... . .__.. .__.. __ __ __ H E L L O 3. Take turns using the flashlights to exchange the messages. Use long and short flashes to convey dashes and dots. As you receive your family member's message, jot down the dots and dashes on paper, then decipher them! Morse Code Alphabet is attached in the template. 4. Complete your reflection sheet

1st Grade, Science
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