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DO NOW V: 0 MondayCopy the homework in your agenda. Grade Level HW: Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces Pre-AP HW: Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces Calculating Force Todays Agenda -BrainPop Video: Force -Define: Speed, Velocity, Acceleration -Match the scenario cards with the correct vocabulary word: Speed, Velocity, or Acceleration. -Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration – Which is Which?

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TEKS 8.6 (A) Demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will… -Demonstrate and calculate how balanced and unbalanced forces affect motion. -Differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.

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BrainPop: Force BrainPop Video V: 0

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Add notebook page for Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration. Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 0

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Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 0 DefinitionExample Speed Velocity Acceleration

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Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 0 DefinitionExample SpeedHow fast youre going S = d/t Velocity Acceleration

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Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 0 DefinitionExample SpeedHow fast youre going S = d/t VelocitySpeed + Direction Acceleration

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Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 0 DefinitionExample SpeedHow fast youre going S = d/t VelocitySpeed + Direction AccelerationChange in speed or direction

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Speed, Velocity, Acceleration V: 2 1.With your shoulder partner, match the scenario cards with the correct vocabulary word: Speed, Velocity, or Acceleration. 2.Select 2 examples for each for speed, velocity and acceleration (or come up with your own) and copy the examples into your notebook 3.Complete Which is Which? (RM9) – Exit Ticket

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DO NOW V: 0 WedWith your shoulder partner, match the scenario cards with the correct vocabulary word: Speed, Velocity, or Acceleration. Fill in the DO NOW sheet for Tuesday and then tape the DO NOW sheet in your INB. Todays Agenda -Force Foldable -Net Force Practice Problems -Exit Ticket QUIZ ON FRIDAY

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DO NOW V: 0 WedWith your shoulder partner, match the scenario cards with the correct vocabulary word: Speed, Velocity, or Acceleration. Fill in the DO NOW sheet for Tuesday and then tape the DO NOW sheet in your INB. Todays Agenda -Force Foldable -Net Force Practice Problems -Exit Ticket QUIZ ON FRIDAY

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Review the Chemistry Unit Exam Review Chemistry Unit Exam V: 2

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TEKS 8.6 (A) Demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will demonstrate and calculate how balanced and unbalanced forces affect motion.

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Create a FORCE foldable by taping/gluing the handouts in your INB. Force Foldable V: 0

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What is force? Force Foldable V: 0

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What is force? A push or pull that can change the motion of an object. Force Foldable V: 0

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What 2 things does every force have? Force Foldable V: 0

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What 2 things does every force have? Force has a strength and direction. Force Foldable V: 0

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How is force measured? Force Foldable V: 0

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How is force measured? Force is measured in Newtons. Force Foldable V: 0

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Describe and give examples of balanced and unbalanced forces. Force Foldable V: 0

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Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 When the arrows are pointing in the same direction…

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Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 When the arrows are pointing in the same direction… ADD

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Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 When the arrows are pointing in the same direction… When the arrows are pointing in opposite directions… ADD

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Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 When the arrows are pointing in the same direction… When the arrows are pointing in opposite directions… ADD SUBTRACT

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Copy each of the practice problems in your INB and then answer the three questions. Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 20 N10 N 1.What is the net force? 2.Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? 3.Describe the motion of the object. (None, Accelerates Right, Accelerates Left)

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Copy each of the practice problems in your INB and then answer the three questions. Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 30 N 1.What is the net force? 2.Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? 3.Describe the motion of the object. (None, Accelerates Right, Accelerates Left)

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Copy each of the practice problems in your INB and then answer the three questions. Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 50 N20 N 1.What is the net force? 2.Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? 3.Describe the motion of the object. (None, Accelerates Right, Accelerates Left)

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Copy each of the practice problems in your INB and then answer the three questions. Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 40 N 1.What is the net force? 2.Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? 3.Describe the motion of the object. (None, Accelerates Right, Accelerates Left)

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Copy each of the practice problems in your INB and then answer the three questions. Net Force Practice Problems V: 0 15 N30 N 1.What is the net force? 2.Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? 3.Describe the motion of the object. (None, Accelerates Right, Accelerates Left)

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Exit Ticket V: 0 Complete the Exit Ticket

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DO NOW V: 0 Wed/ThrsUsing the picture below, answer the questions on your DO NOW sheet. Todays Agenda -Tug-of-War -Reading and Cornell Notes -Force and Motion video -Exit Ticket QUIZ ON FRIDAY 25 N15 N

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TEKS 8.6 (A) Demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will demonstrate and calculate how balanced and unbalanced forces affect motion.

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Create the table below in your INB. Tug-of-War V: 0 TRIALBalanced or Unbalanced? How do you know? Motion or No Motion?

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Simulator Click on Run Now Tug-of-War Simulator V: 0

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Describe an example where there was an unbalanced force. How did you know it was unbalanced? Tug-of-War V: 0

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Draw a picture of a trial where the forces were unbalanced with arrows showing the direction of the forces. Tug-of-War V: 0

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Draw a picture of a trial where the forces were balanced with arrows showing the direction of the forces. Tug-of-War V: 0

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Read: Force and Motion Cornell Notes Reading & Cornell Notes V: 0

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Answer the 10 questions about the reading. Reading & Cornell Notes V: 0

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Video Force and Motion video V: 0

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Draw a picture in your INB of yourself performing your favorite hobby. Use arrows and words to describe and label the forces acting on your and/or objects in your drawing. Exit Ticket V: 0

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Follow the instructions on the handout to complete the Bubble Gum Lab. Bubble Gum Lab V: 2

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DO NOW V: 0 FridayDefine the following on your DO NOW sheet: -Speed -Velocity -Acceleration Todays Agenda -Homework -Energy, Force and Motion Quiz -Speed practice

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TEKS 8.6 (A) Demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will… -demonstrate and calculate how balanced and unbalanced forces affect motion; -and differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.

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Trade and grade homework Homework V: 0

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QUIZ V: 0 R ead and re-read the passage. U nderline the question B ubble important words I dentify the key idea, write it in margin. E liminate the wrong answers S elect the correct answer Mass of an object

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Speed Practice V: 0 Speed =

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Speed Practice V: 0 Speed = distance time

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Speed Practice V: 0 Speed = distance time 1. Juan runs 15 meters in 3 seconds. What was Juans speed?

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Speed Practice V: 0 Speed = distance time 1.Juan runs 15 meters in 3 seconds. What was Juans speed? 2.Susan rides her bike for 4 hours and goes 12 miles. What was her speed?

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Speed Practice V: 0 Speed = distance time Complete the Calculating Speed Practice Problems handout.

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