# Enter the World of Mirrors

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Enter the World of Mirrors

Objectives Learning Target - I can describe different types of mirrors and lenses and how they form images.   This tutorial will focus on mirrors: Being able to describe images for concave and convex mirrors. Next

Graphic Organizer Next
In your notebook create a t-chart similar to this example for taking notes throughout this tutorial. Next

Facts About Light Next It is a form of Electromagnetic Energy
It is the only form of Electromagnetic Energy that we can see Next

Facts About Light Next The speed of light in a vacuum
299,792,458 meters per second 186,282 miles per second Light travels as a electromagnetic wave Light can be Reflected Adsorbed Refracted (bent) Next

How do Mirrors form Image?
Mirrors do not actually form images Mirrors reflect light Coated with a thin layer of aluminum called silvering Flat mirrors create identical images in size and shape Spherical mirrors distort images for other uses Next

Law of Reflection Next Law of Reflection – The Angle of Incidence (incoming light) equals the Angle of Reflection (reflected light) When the two are equal an image can be formed

Regular or Diffuse Reflection
Must have Law of Reflection to obtain image – this is regular reflection Diffuse Reflection will not follow Law of Reflection and will not form an image Next

Incoming Light is called?
Quiz Time Incoming Light is called? Reflected Incidence

Angle of Incidence = Angle of Reflection is called?
Quiz Time Angle of Incidence = Angle of Reflection is called? Law of Reflection Law of Electromagnetic

Reflection from a rough surface is called?
Quiz Time Reflection from a rough surface is called? Regular Diffuse

Light is a form of ________ energy?
Quiz Time Light is a form of ________ energy? Electromagnetic Electronic

Bending of light is called?
Quiz Time Bending of light is called? Reflection Refraction

Spherical Mirrors – Concave vs. Convex Mirror
Next Called Diverging Mirror – Scatters Light Called Converging Mirror – Gathers Light

Convex Mirrors - Diverging
Curve Outward Scatters Light – diverts the light Images appear smaller Allow to see images from around corners Next

Convex Mirrors - Diverging
Uses of Convex Mirrors Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Next

Concave Mirrors - Converging
Curves Inward Brings light together Images appear upside down and smaller Closer the image to the mirror it gets larger and right side up Next

Concave Mirrors - Converging
Uses of Concave Mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Next

Test Your Knowledge Now that you know the different types of spherical mirrors you can test your knowledge For each of the following pictures match them with the correct mirror type Next

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

Concave or Convex Concave Convex

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Video on Mirrors and Light

These mirrors form smaller right side up images
Video Quiz These mirrors form smaller right side up images Concave Convex

These mirrors form smaller upside down images
Video Quiz These mirrors form smaller upside down images Concave Convex

These mirrors bring light rays together - converging
Video Quiz These mirrors bring light rays together - converging Concave Convex

These mirrors separate light rays - diverging
Video Quiz These mirrors separate light rays - diverging Concave Convex

This mirror would be the rearview mirror in my car
Video Quiz This mirror would be the rearview mirror in my car Concave Convex

This mirror would be used by my dentist
Video Quiz This mirror would be used by my dentist Concave Convex

Congratulations You have completed the tutorial on mirrors and lenses

Incorrect – Let’s Review
Convex mirrors Concave mirrors Curve Outward Scatters Light – diverts the light Images appear smaller Allow to see images from around corners Curves Inward Brings light together Images appear upside down and smaller Closer the image to the mirror it gets larger and right side up Now Try Again

Incorrect – Let’s Review
Convex mirrors Concave mirrors Curve Outward Scatters Light – diverts the light Images appear smaller Allow to see images from around corners Curves Inward Brings light together Images appear upside down and smaller Closer the image to the mirror it gets larger and right side up Now Try Again

Incorrect – Let’s Review
Convex mirrors Concave mirrors Curve Outward Scatters Light – diverts the light Images appear smaller Allow to see images from around corners Curves Inward Brings light together Images appear upside down and smaller Closer the image to the mirror it gets larger and right side up Now Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

More Review Try Again Convex mirrors Concave mirrors
Car rearview and side mirrors – tow mirrors Security mirrors – stores, hospitals, parking garages Bike mirrors Make up mirrors - Barber Shops Dentist Solar Power Microscopes Headlights Try Again

Incorrect - Review – Law of Reflection
Law of Reflection – The Angle of Incidence (incoming light) equals the Angle of Reflection (reflected light) When the two are equal an image can be formed Click Here to Return to the Quiz

Incorrect - Review – Regular or Diffuse Reflection
Must have Law of Reflection to obtain image – this is regular reflection Diffuse Reflection will not follow Law of Reflection and will not form an image Click Here to try Quiz Again

Incorrect - Review – Facts About Light
It is a form of Electromagnetic Energy It is the only form of Electromagnetic Energy that we can see Light can be Reflected Adsorbed Refracted (bent) Click Here to try Quiz Again