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Research by visiting Quake Country. www.eduweb.com Quake Country: The Earth Moves
Record your data on the sheet you created in class. It should look something like this. docs.google.com Bridges Demo
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Make a copy of this document. Name file as bridge reflection.</span></div><div><br></div> docs.google.com Create a new document and edit with others at the same time -- from your computer, phone or tablet. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Use Docs to edit Word files. Free from Google.
Build your bridge and test it. Remember, it must pass at 8.2 for your work as an engineer. eduweb.com Bridge to Classroom: Engineering for Earthquakes
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Background information about the Bay Bridge. www.sciencebuddies.org Bridges That Can Take a Shake!
Expand by trying an art project. www.sciencebuddies.org Follow easy directions to build a popsicle stick or soda straw bridge and discover how much weight the bridge can bear before breaking.
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Take a screenshot of your best passing test "control &amp; print screen" like a piano key is played and paste into your sheet.
Resources to add math to this project. teachersinstitute.yale.edu 06.04.06: The Math in the Design and Building of Bridges
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View the Bay Bridge on Google Maps and Earth. www.google.com Google Maps
<h3>Complete the Build a Bridge Reflection form here.</h3> Remember to click on the submit button at the bottom of the page. You will see live results from class. docs.google.com Complete this reflection after you have built your best Bay Bridge. Once you submit the form you will see results for the rest of the class.