Unit 4: Motion and Forces

BACKGROUND RESEARCH:

STAGE A:  CK-12

 

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STAGE B: 

FORCES ANIMATION RESOURCES

Do each of the Activities 1 – 4

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Activity 1: Newton’s Laws Brain Pop Movie

Activity 2- Forces and Motion

Activity 3Projectile Motion

Activity 4-Buoyancy!

 

YOUR CHOICE– Below

Pick 2 from these activities to complete your Forces Animation Worksheet

                   Activity 5–  Newton’s 3                         Activity 6: Gravity and Orbits                        

Activity 7: Masses and Springs                             Activity 8: Gravity Lab 

Activity 9: Lunar Lander                         Activity 10:  Collision Lab 

Activity 11: Buoyancy                                    Activity 12:  Driving on Mars

Activity 13 – Lots of Force Activities               Activity 14: Forces of Landing on Mars 

 Activity 15: Roller Coaster Game

Activity 16  – Wallace’s Workshop (home only)                          Activity 17: Roller Coaster Physics

                                

  Activity 18 – BP Acceleration                                        Activity 19:  3 Puck Chuck

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STAGE C: Edison Robotics 

 

STAGE D:

UNIT 2 TEST REVIEW – 

   Key vocabulary (see notebook)

  •     Causes for motion
  •     Sizes of Forces
  •     Examples of forces
  •     Calculating:  speed, acceleration, momentum, force.
  •     Mass vs. Weight
  •     Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces
  •     F = ma
  •     Units (grams, meters, etc) 

                   Sample Test Problems :   Standardized Test  Practice  Questions 

                           Which of these is measured in meters per second? A) Acceleration B) Velocity  C) Speed  D) Momentum

                           The firefighter feels the hose pushing backwards. What is the most likely cause of this?

                           A wagon loaded with apples rolled down a hill until it hit a rock. The wagon came to a stop but the apples flew into the air due to:   A) Friction     B)  Gravity      C) Buoyance     D) Inertia

 

 

Week of Feb 1-5: HOMEWORK ANSWER KEY

Here is the UNIT 1- MOTION AND FORCES lesson plan.

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