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Monday Oct. 27 On page __ in your INB…. 1. List 3 examples of an object in motion. Ex. A student walking down the hallway. 2. Describe what causes the object to move. DO NOW VL: 0

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to identify the effects of unbalanced forces. EQs & Objectives

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Vocabulary Force Unbalanced Force Balanced Force

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AGENDA Pre-AP & Grade Level -Blow Dryer Demo -Stations showing motion -Here Comes the Boom Video -Reading: What is Force? -Exit Ticket: RM 19 and 20 Homework “Calculating Force” DUE FRIDAY QUIZ FRIDAY!!!! Topic: Unbalanced and Balanced Forces

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Blow Dryer Demo VL: 2 1.Copy the following table on page of your INB. 2.Record your observations. Blow dryer position Ping Pong Observations Direction of Motion (arrows) No blow dryer Air flowing straight up Air flowing at a 45 degree angle Air flowing at a 90 degree angle Blow Dryer Lab 71

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Stations: Plate and Spring Scales VL: 2 1.Follow the directions on your tray. 2.Record the information from that station on your handout.

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What is Force? READING VL: 2 1.Read the passage titled “What Is A Force?” 2.Copy the following on page of your INB. 3.Fill in the “Definitions” section. 72 What Is A Force? EQ: How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? Vocabulary Definitions Force Name 2 examples of force Balanced Force Unbalanced Force Unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object by….. A push or a pull in a specific direction -Gravity -Friction Net force is zero, speed remains constant, no CHANGE in motion Change in speed or direction

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Examples of Unbalanced Forces VL: 2 Notice the changes in speed and direction! Here comes the boom!

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Exit Ticket- Complete RM 19 & 20 VL: 2 You may use your notes and the reading

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Tuesday Oct. 28 On page __ in your INB… Give one example of a balanced force, give one example of an unbalanced force. DO NOW VL: 0

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to identify the effects of unbalanced forces. EQs & Objectives

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Vocabulary Force Unbalanced Force Balanced Force

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AGENDA Pre-AP & Grade Level -Force Foldable -Brainpop: Force -Exit Ticket Homework “Calculating Force” DUE FRIDAY QUIZ FRIDAY!!!! Topic: Unbalanced and Balanced Forces

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Force Foldable VL: 2 1.Cut out the title “Foce” 2.Cut out the 3 boxes with a question. 3.Cut out the bottom 3 boxes. 4.Arrange the Foldable on page of your notebook. 5.Tape each piece down using ONE piece of tape. 6.Answer the questions under the flaps. 7.Draw one example of “Balanced Force” under the flap “Balanced Force.” 8.Draw one example of “Unbalanced Force” under the flap “Unbalanced Force.”

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BrainPop BrainPop Video: Force

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Exit Ticket Complete the Exit Ticket.

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Wed/ Thrs Oct 29 & 30 Answer on page 69 of your INB. What is the net force of the following object? Is it balanced or unbalanced? Describe the direction of the movement. DO NOW VL: 0 110 N70 N

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

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Vocabulary Force Unbalanced Force Balanced Force Net Force Mass Acceleration Newtons

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AGENDA Pre-AP & Grade Level -Tug-of-war -Study Jams Video -Tug-of-war questions -Net Force Dry Erase Practice -Reading “Is it Balanced?” -Exit Ticket Homework “Calculating Force” DUE FRIDAY QUIZ FRIDAY!!!! Topic: Unbalanced and Balanced Forces

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Tug-of-War

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Cheesy Video Get your study jams onstudy jams

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Questions Answer the following questions on page __. 1.Describe the tug-of-war trials using the words: balanced force, unbalanced force, and motion. 2.Describe an example where there was an unbalanced force. How did you know it was unbalanced? 3.Draw a picture of a trial where the forces were unbalanced with arrows showing the direction of the forces. 4.Draw a picture of a trial where the forces were balanced with arrows showing the direction of the forces.

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Practice Problems 20 N What is the net force? Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? Describe the motion of the object. (none, accelerate to left, accelerate to right) 30 N

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Practice Problems 20 N What is the net force? Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? Describe the motion of the object. (none, accelerate to left, accelerate to right) 10 N

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Practice Problems 20 N What is the net force? Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? Describe the motion of the object. (none, accelerate to left, accelerate to right) 30 N

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What is the net force? Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? Describe the motion of the object. (none, accelerate to left, accelerate to right) Practice Problems 30 N

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The diagram below shows a ball accelerating, it is accelerating at 30 m/s2 and its mass is 5 kg. Calculate the Force using the equation below. Practice Problems NET FORCE= (MASS)(ACCELERATION) F=MA

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Two toddlers are pushing on a toy car. One is pushing with 2 Newtons and the other is pushing with 5 Newtons. Which best describes the motion? A.It travels left at a constant speed B.It travels left at an increasing speed C.It travels right at a constant speed D.It travels right at an increasing speed Practice Problems 5 N2 N

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Reading 1.Complete the reading “Is it balanced” from pages 190- 193 from the textbook. 2.Answer the questions as you read along. 3.Complete the final 10 questions.

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Exit Ticket 1.Draw a picture in your INB of you performing your favorite hobby. 2.Use arrows to indicate the forces being applied to you. 3.Label the forces. Ex. gravity

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Friday October 31 Happy Halloween ! Answer on page 69 of your INB. If a witch is accelerating on her broom at 10 m/s2, and her mass is 50 kg, what is her net force? DO NOW VL: 0

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

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Vocabulary Force Unbalanced Force Balanced Force Net Force Mass Acceleration Newtons

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AGENDA Pre-AP & Grade Level -Grade Homework -Quiz -Calculating Speed Practice Problems Homework “Calculating Force” TODAY

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Chemistry Unit Test 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 VL: 0

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After Quiz 1.Place your quiz in your divider 2.Copy the following formula onto page of your INB. 3.Write a 3-5 sentence description of what you know about speed. 4.Start working on the assignment “Calculating Speed Practice.”

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