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CMS students learn about energy

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grade science students are learning about energy.

 

In Steven Gumm’s science classes, students are talking about external forces.

 

Gumm taught students about forms of energy, such as mechanical and non-mechanical.

 

His students also learned about the types of work energy can create, such as negative, positive and zero.

 

Students also learned how to calculate the amount of work created.

 

To illustrate forces and gravity, Gumm showed students a large ball dropper, which he built.

 

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.

 

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.

 

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.

CMS seventh-grade science teacher Steven Gumm illustrates how gravity makes a ball travel through this ball dropper machine, which he built.





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