# DO NOW Monday Write your homework in your

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DO NOW Monday Write your homework in your agenda. Bubble in the TEST ID on your answer sheet. TEST ID: 15170 Homework Grade Level – Newton’s Laws of Motion Pre-AP – Newton’s Laws of Motion Today’s -Benchmark Testing Agenda V: 0

Benchmark Testing V: 0 Complete the Benchmark Testing. You will have all day today and tomorrow to finish. When you are finished, you may read, do your homework or sit quietly.

DO NOW Tuesday Make sure you first name, last name, period, and science teacher’s name are on the front cover of your test booklet. TEST ID: 15170 Homework Grade Level – Newton’s Laws of Motion Pre-AP – Newton’s Laws of Motion Today’s Agenda V: 0 -Benchmark Testing -Fakebook profile of physicist

Benchmark Testing V: 0 When you are finished, complete the Fakebook profile page for a famous physicist. Use one of the laptops to research the person. Possible physicists to research: Galileo Galilei Sir Isaac Newton Daniel Bernoulli Benjamin Franklin Henry Cavendish James Watt Robert Hooke Michael Faraday Hermann von Helmholtz Nikola Tesla Sally Ride Marie Curie Albert Einstein Niels Bohr Irène Joliot-Curie Maria Goeppert-Mayer Stephen Hawking Rosalyn S. Yalow

DO NOW Wed/Thrs V: 0 Using the handout at your desks, answer the following questions in your INB: 1) How does the force on the test dummy change between the two scenarios? 2) Why is inertia bad if you are not wearing a seat belt? Homework Grade Level – Newton’s Laws of Motion Pre-AP – Newton’s Laws of Motion Today’s Agenda -Newton’s Laws of Motion Stations -Newton’s Laws Foldable -Brain Pop

TEKS 8. 6 (C) Investigate and describe applications of Newton's law of inertia, law of force and acceleration, and law of action-reaction such as in vehicle restraints, sports activities, amusement park rides, Earth's tectonic activities, and rocket launches.

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? - How do we calculate and communicate the change in position, direction, and speed for moving objects? - How do we transform energy to make it useful? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to describe Newton’s three laws of motion and scenarios where they apply.

Newton’s Laws of Motion Stations V: 2 Students will complete each of the four stations to explore Newton’s three laws of motion. At each station: 1) Read about the law of motion. 2) Complete the task. 3) Draw a diagram. 4) Describe how the station represents the law of motion.

Newton’s Laws Foldable Newton’s 1 st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia V: 0

Newton’s Laws Foldable V: 0 Newton’s 1 st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia An object at rest stays at rest or an object in motion stays in motion until unbalanced forces act upon it.

Newton’s Laws Foldable V: 0 Newton’s 1 st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia An object at rest stays at rest or an object in motion stays in motion until unbalanced forces act upon it.

Newton’s Laws Foldable Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion: Law of Force and Acceleration V: 0

Newton’s Laws Foldable V: 0 Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion: Law of Force and Acceleration The acceleration of an object depends on the object’s mass and magnitude of the force acting upon it.

Newton’s Laws Foldable V: 0 Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion: Law of Force and Acceleration The acceleration of an object depends on the object’s mass and magnitude of the force acting upon it. F = ma

Newton’s Laws Foldable V: 0 Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion: Law of Force and Acceleration The acceleration of an object depends on the object’s mass and magnitude of the force acting upon it. F = ma

Newton’s Laws Foldable Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Law of Action-Reaction V: 0

Newton’s Laws Foldable Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Law of Action-Reaction For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. V: 0

Newton’s Laws Foldable Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Law of Action-Reaction For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. V: 0

Brain. Pop Video Newton’s Laws of Motion Video V: 0

DO NOW Friday V: 0 Answer the following questions in your INB. Each answer must contain at least one of the following words: mass, force, acceleration, inertia 1) Would you rather hit your head on a wall or hit your head on a Kleenex box? Why? 2) Would you rather push a cart full of feathers or a cart full of rocks? Why? 3) Would you rather catch a ping pong ball or a bowling ball traveling 50 mph? Why? Homework Grade Level – Newton’s Laws of Motion Pre-AP – Newton’s Laws of Motion Today’s -Homework Agenda -Review Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion -Review for quiz on Monday

TEKS 8. 6 (C) Investigate and describe applications of Newton's law of inertia, law of force and acceleration, and law of action-reaction such as in vehicle restraints, sports activities, amusement park rides, Earth's tectonic activities, and rocket launches.

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: - How do unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object? - How do we calculate and communicate the change in position, direction, and speed for moving objects? - How do we transform energy to make it useful? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to describe Newton’s three laws of motion and scenarios where they apply.

Newton’s 2 nd Law V: 0 Law of Force and Acceleration The acceleration of an object depends on the object’s mass and magnitude of the force acting upon it. Force = Mass X Acceleration F = M X A Complete the Force and Acceleration worksheet.

Quiz Review White Board Review for quiz on Monday. Quiz will cover Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion. V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0

Quiz Review Which of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion is represented in the scenario. Why? V: 0