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Last week you were walking home from school. You noticed it just stop raining and a rainbow was apparent in the sky. You decided to test if there really was such a thing as a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, so you decided to walk towards the end of the rainbow. Out of the corner of your eye you saw a leprechaun. Fortunately for you, Ms. Nguyen let you borrow her camera for a day and you decided to use it to follow the leprechaun to his pot of gold and take pictures of it as proof of your rare encounter. As you secretly followed the leprechaun, you found the leprechaun had taken you to his pot of gold. Out of fear of being noticed, you quickly took a picture as evidence of the leprechaun and his pot of gold and ran home immediately to tell your friends. As you edged home, you saw a group of your friends and showed them what you saw. Since your friends are scientists, they wanted proof that at you saw wasn't another joke of yours. So to prove to your pals that the camera is great and accurate evidence to depicting what you saw, you decided to create a poster diagramming how your eye and camera work together to capture the image (in this case the leprechaun and his pot of gold) so your friends could believe that what you saw was legitimate. Good luck in explaining this to your friends and follow the requirements below.
Honors Culminating Task for Light+Eye Unit
Include a diagram (picture) that shows the light rays capturing the image of the leprechaun and his pot of gold to your camera and to your eye, then ending at your brain. (25 points) Explain in words how your eye is able to work with the camera in order for you to view the image. (5 points) Draw and label the eye, and camera working together. (5 points) Show the light path rays. (5 points) Draw the image of he leprechaun and his pot of gold as it will be captured in the camera, your eye, and your brain. (5 points) Explain how light works and use vocabulary words that demonstrate understanding of light, and eye concepts. (5 points)
Worth: 50 points Any questions see Ms. Nguyen for help! You must obtain a poster and get started immediately. Your project is due: September 27 or 28, 2007 in class! Poster Template Example:
You need to include how the image will appear in your brain and connect how the eye will work with the brain to see the image. This is the diagram of your eye that you need to show the light path rays and how the image is viewed in your eye. This is the camera you used, diagram the light rays and label its parts. This is the image of the leprechaun you saw