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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 1 Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math ASTR/PHYS 109 Dr. David Toback Lecture 6, 7 & 8
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 2 Prep for Today (Is now due) – L6 Reading: BBBHNM 5 Recommended BHOT: Chap. 1-3 SHU: Chap. 1-2, 3 (p55-69) TOE: Chap. 1 eLearning End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Chapters 2-3 Reading questions Two questions from Chapter 5 or the recommended reading Turned in on eLearning BEFORE class
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 3 Prep for Today (Is now due) – L7 Reading: BBBHNM 6 Recommended BHOT: Chap. 1- 6 SHU: Chap. 1-2, 3 (p55-69) TOE: Chap. 1 eLearning End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Chapters 2-4 Reading questions Two questions from Chapter 6 or the recommended reading Turned in on eLearning BEFORE class Started looking at Paper 1
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 4 Prep for Today (Is now due) – L8 Reading: BBBHNM 6 Recommended BHOT: Chap. 1- 6 SHU: Chap. 1-2, 3 (p55-69) TOE: Chap. 1 eLearning End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Chapters 2-4 Reading questions Two questions from Chapter 6 or the recommended reading were due Monday Turned in Paper 1
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math Paper 1 is now posted Describe how the data presented in class/textbook provides evidence for the Earth going around the Sun? Explain it to someone who isn’t taking the class (no jargon) Format: Introduction paragraph 1 paragraph per piece of evidence (3 total?) Conclusion paragraph that ties it together http://faculty.physics.tamu.edu/toback/109/WritingAssign 5
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math More detailed instructions Assignment Posted on CPR Can get there from my website or eLearning Read all the directions carefully http://cpr.tamu.edu/cpr/resources/documen 6
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math Paper Notes ~600 words (This is the equivalent of both side of a sheet of paper, double spaced) No citations! Use your own words Text should be professional. You are “trusted guide” not a “buddy” or “comedian” 7
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Physics We Need Topic 1: Light and Doppler Shifts Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math Phase I, Phase II and Phase III Phase I: (Paper due 1 week after we finish Chapter 4) Turn in a polished draft to eLearning TA’s will provide feedback, but not if there are multiple spelling/grammar mistakes Pass/Fail grade Phase II: (Due one week after Phase I) A revised version will be done 1 week later on CPR When you submit to CPR (after revision), you will need to also submit a copy of your to the turnitin.com line on eLearning Phase III: (Due one week after Phase II) Calibrations and Reviewing due one week after you submit 8
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