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Calendar Thurs., 11/20 Topic: Newton’s 2 nd Law Homework: Newton’s 2 nd Law Check-In Quiz Friday To Do Open your comp book to 85. Refresh your memory about.

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1 Calendar Thurs., 11/20 Topic: Newton’s 2 nd Law Homework: Newton’s 2 nd Law Check-In Quiz Friday To Do Open your comp book to 85. Refresh your memory about what you learned yesterday about Newton’s Second Law. -What is it? -What are some examples of it? -How do force, mass, and acceleration relate to each other? Get out Calendar Pencil Comp book Colors FYI

2 Calendar Thurs., 11/20 Topic: Newton’s 2 nd Law Homework: Newton’s 2 nd Law Check-In Quiz Friday To Do Open your comp book to 85. Refresh your memory about what you learned yesterday about Newton’s Second Law. -What is it? -What are some examples of it? -How do force, mass, and acceleration relate to each other? Get out Calendar Pencil Comp book Colors FYI Comp book checks start today. Have your reflection ready (pg. 74). Dec. 19 = next Science Fair checkpoint: testing of the experiment complete

3 NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW https://www.classzone.com/books/ml_science_share/vis_sim/mfm05_pg50_newton/mfm05_pg50_newton.html EXPLAIN THE SIMULATION WITH NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW, USING THE VOCABULARY FORCE MASS ACCELERATION

4 NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW EXPLAIN THIS EVENT WITH NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW, USING THE VOCABULARY FORCE MASS ACCELERATION

5 NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW EXPLAIN THIS EVENT WITH NEWTON’S 2 ND LAW, USING THE VOCABULARY FORCE MASS ACCELERATION

6 1. [TEACHER COMPUTER ON TEACHER DESK] - READ THE PAGE, COPY DOWN THE WORD PROBLEM, EQUATION, CALCULATION, & ANSWER. 2. [STUDENT COMPUTERS] GOOGLE IMAGES SEARCH: NEWTON’S SECOND LAW OF MOTION – CHOOSE A PICTURE, SKETCH IT, EXPLAIN HOW IT SHOWS NEWTON’S SECOND LAW 3. [AT YOUR SEAT] IN THE FORCES, MOTION, AND ENERGY TEXTBOOK. READ PG. 47 & 48. WRITE AT LEAST 3 SUMMARY SENTENCES. 4. [THINKPAD] HTTPS://WWW.CLASSZONE.COM/BOOKS/ML_SCIENCE_SHARE/VIS_SIM/MFM05_PG50_NEWTON/MFM05_PG50_NE WTON.HTML - RUN THE SIMULATION WITH DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND DIFFERENT CARTS. IDENTIFY THE COMBINATION THAT RESULTS IN THE FASTEST ACCELERATION & WHY. IDENTIFY WHAT COMBINATION RESULTS IN THE SLOWEST ACCELERATION & WHY. 5. [WHITEBOARDS IN THE BACK] COPY DOWN THE FORMULAS FOR NEWTON’S SECOND LAW. DO THE CALCULATIONS WITH A WHITEBOARD. THEN, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN YOUR NOTEBOOK: IDENTIFY THE COMBINATION THAT REQUIRES THE GREATEST FORCE & WHY. IDENTIFY THE COMBINATION THAT REQUIRES THE LEAST FORCE & WHY. 6. [LAB STATION IN THE BACK] DO THE 2 SIMULATIONS. DRAW A QUICK SKETCH OF ONE SIMULATION. WRITE A CAPTION THAT EXPLAINS IT WITH NEWTON’S SECOND LAW. HTTPS://WWW.CLASSZONE.COM/BOOKS/ML_SCIENCE_SHARE/VIS_SIM/MFM05_PG50_NEWTON/MFM05_PG50_NE WTON.HTML

7 ONE PAGER Topic: Newton’s First and Second Laws of Motion Must include (pg ): Title Border The 1 st and 2 nd Laws written out 2 pictures with labels that shows the 1 st and 2 nd Laws of Motion Your own original writing A “splash” of 5 vocabulary words (Choose 1) A haiku Isaac Newton with a speech or thought bubble 2 t-shirt designs: 1 for 1 st Law & 1 for 2 nd Law Textbook, pg Textbook, 4-19, https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=mn34mn nDnKU

8 ONE PAGER Topic: Newton’s First and Second Laws of Motion Must include: Title across pg. 86 & 87 (use topic above) A border that relates to Newton’s Laws of Motion A picture with labels that shows Newton’s 1 st Law A picture THAT RELATES TO THE PREVIOUS PICTURE but shows Newton’s 2 nd Law (with labels) Original sentences that explain the 1 st and 2 nd Law of Motion A “splash” of 6 vocabulary words (Choose 1) A haiku OR a textbook quote with citation OR Isaac Newton with a speech or thought bubble


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