About Principals/Teachers
Electromagnets
Waves
About Ms. Morton
Space
100

Who's your favorite teacher from this year?

100

True or False. Electromagnets are very important since we use them in your everyday lives.

True

100

What is the strongest electromagnetic wave? (Highest frequency)

Gamma

100

What grade and subject does Ms. Morton teach?

8th grade science

100

What's the space technology scientists use for unmanned space mission?

Space Probe

200

Name the two 8th grade social studies teachers this year.

Mr. Siever and Mr. McGowen

200

True or False. Bar magnets can be turned on and off.

False

200

Long wavelengths mean that the wave has low or high energy?

Low 

200

Which anime do you think Ms. Morton has watched? Parasyte or One Piece?

Parasyte

200

What device is used to identify elements in stars?

Spectroscope

300

What is the name of the principal of this school?

Dr. Ferguson

300

True or False. You can turn electromagnets on and off.

True

300

Are sound waves longitudinal or transverse?

Longitudinal 

300

What is Ms. Morton's birthday? (It's on a holiday)

July 4th

300

What type of wave can travel through the vacuum of space?

Electromagnetic Waves

400

Who is the other 8th grade science teacher?

Ms. Webster

400

True or False. In order for a generator to work, it needs electricity to start.

False

400

Hearing your echo in a cave is what type of wave behavior? Reflection or Refreaction

Reflection

400

How many years has Ms. Morton been a teacher here at SMS?

2 years (including this year)

400

What space device can be built to identify gamma rays moving through space?

Telescope

500

Name all four 8th grade math teachers.

Ms. Morton

Ms. Craig

Ms. Sydnor

Ms. Cowan-Langley

500

Generators make what type of energy?

Electrical

500

A fisherman having to aim at an angle to catch a fish is what type of wave behavior? Reflection or Refraction

Refraction

500

What was my college major at MTSU?

Biology

500

Tell me two jobs that satellites do?

Make maps and monitor the weather

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