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Opaque materials

  1. 1. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 Characteristics of Materials 1
  2. 2. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 Learning Intention: • To explore how opaque materials do not let light through and transparent materials let a lot of light through. 2
  3. 3. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 Let´s Review! How are shadows produced ? 3
  4. 4. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 4
  5. 5. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 A) Transparent Materials that are transparent allow a lot of _______ to pass  through.  The material that is transparent allows light to ______ completely  through it, and it remains the ______ color when it passes through  the other side.  Examples: black • glass  light • transparent plastic same • clear water pass 5
  6. 6. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 If you look through a transparent material, you can see all of the light  and colors on the other side. 2. Opaque Opaque materials allow ____ light to pass __________. Opaque  materials do not allow light to pass through them.   Examples: through • styrofoam  no • Dark ______________ cardboard • Metal more 6
  7. 7. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 C) Translucent Translucent materials are between ___________ and __________  materials. They allow some of the ________ and color to pass  through them, but not all of it.  Examples: clear • Tissue paper  transparent • ___________________ opaque • Mosquito nets light paper towel 7
  8. 8. OPAQUEmaterials2.notebook June 06, 2012 Let´s Practice! Complete the table: OBJECT CHARACTERISTIC PICTURE Chair Opaque 8
  9. 9. Adjuntos TransparentOPAQUEmaterials.docx

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