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Adapted From: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Inst. for Research on Teaching.
Understanding the Role of Unseen Rays. Research Series No. 166.

P1.0
Which of the following describes you best:
P1.1
Your first name:
Your answer
P1.2
Your last name:
Your answer
P1.3
What is your email address
Your answer
P1.4
Which year or class / year group?
Q1. Light & dark:
Q1.1
A boy in a dark room turns on a lamp. What happens then?
Q1.2
How confident are you on a scale of 1 to 5 that your answer is correct (1=confused and 5=certain)
Confused
Certain
Q2. Ray Diagrams: The arrows show what would happen to light from a flashlight in a dark room with no other light:
The arrows on the picture show what would happen to light from a flash-light
Q2.1
Which ray diagram(s) (Fig. A or B) is/are closest to showing how the light really travels:
Q2.2
Please explain the reason for your answer:
Your answer
Q2.3
How confident are you on a scale of 1 to 5 that your answer is correct (1=confused and 5=certain)
Confused
Certain
How an observer sees light from an ordinary flash-light:
Q2.4
Which ray diagram(s) (Fig. C or D) is/are closest to showing how the light really travels:
Q2.5
Please explain the reason for your answer:
Your answer
How an observer sees a dark grey plastic object:
Light bouncing off of an object:
Q2.6
Which ray diagram(s) (Fig. E or F) is/are closest to showing how the light really travels:
Q2.7
Please explain the reason for your answer:
Your answer
Q3 Ray Diagrams showing how light travels from objects to observers:
Q3.1
The two ray diagrams show how light travels from an object to an observer:
Q3.2
Please explain the reason for your answer:
Your answer
Q4 Colour: Select the statement that is closest to being correct for each question below:
Select the correct staements for each question below
Q4.1
When we see a blue book
Q4.2
White light is clear or colourless (it has no colour)
Q4.3
Please explain the reason for your answer:
Your answer
Q4.4
Peoples eyes see the colour of objects because:
Q4.5
How confident are you on a scale of 1 to 5 that your answer is correct (1=confused and 5=certain)
Confused
Certain
Q4.6
Peoples eyes see the colour of objects
Q4.7
How confident are you on a scale of 1 to 5 that your answer is correct (1=confused and 5=certain)
Confused
Certain
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