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Lesson Plans

Clyde O. Scope

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Sears, Ellen (
Thu, 10 Oct 96 08:51:00 PDT

If you have time with your project, try mirror chambers other than the
equilateral triangle. Different triangles, angle? etc... produce different
numbers of reflections...not to mention a rectangular mirror
chamber...tapered mirrors -
It is worth the cost of door mirrors (if you don't already use them in the
room) to make a table top mirror chamber. The kids can stick their heads
into the chamber - you can even take their picture -
but I don't know if you would want to do this on your 'art' time - I did some
of it in a 'math' class - (should I delete or not delete last part?)