Series Title: Math in the Middle…of Motion
Volcanoes, geysers, earthquakes, thunder, and lightening are just a few examples of motion within our environment. A meteorologist explores what conditions can trigger these motions, and a researcher explains how earthquakes are monitored.
This episode challenges students to:
• Explore the time/space allotted for advertising in magazines, newspapers, and television.
• Analyze TV-watching and radio-listening habits.
• Reflect on the use of geometric elements in the visual composition of ads and commercials.
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NOTE: Available in DVD format only.
Ideal for grades: 6 - 9
Duration: 20 minutes
Producer: South Carolina ETV