Mr. Murphy’s freshman, MST science class takes their experiment to the hallway as they try to calculate the speed/distance of a tossed ball. The class later records their data in the classroom and begin to answer some follow-up questions.
A ball is placed in front of a meter stick as Murphy’s class determine factors of the ball thrown.
Mr. Murphy comes out to the hallway to ensure students are on task.
Students in the class take notes to Murphy lecturing the class over the next part of their assignment.
Mr. Murphy answers any of his student’s questions before they continue their assignment.
Jack Peterson(9) and Danielle Graves(9) measure the traveling ball’s distance.
Ally Houston(9) directs her partner through the experiment.
Students stay attentive to every part of his lecture for the assignment.
Mr. Murphy and his teacher aide inform the class of the next part of their assignment.