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Quadratic Equation Applications (Projectile Motion) Scavenger Hunt Given a quadratic equation that models an object's pathway, students will practice solving for the following: 1) Finding the object's maximum height. 2) Finding the object's height at a certain time. 3) Finding the time it will tak
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This lab was project I took under my wing when I was student teaching. I decided that learning projectile motion with some of the ordinary boring labs was boring. I like to bring trending ideas into my classroom and make them useful in learning physics. I decided that instead of the traditional "sho
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Middle and high school students will enjoy this color by number activity with an Aztec design. Objective: Students will solve word problems involving projectile motion. I have included a short (1/2 page) of notes to assist students with this topic. Ten word problems are incorporated into this a
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This unit covers horizontally launched projectiles. It includes: 1. An intro powerpoint that asks students to predict the path of a ball rolling off a cliff 2. Projectile motion lab using a free, online simulation (simulation can be downloaded ahead of time and run locally on a Mac, PC or Linux mac
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A fun foldable to teach modeling projectile motion with quadratics. The foldable introduces the quadratic equation to use to model projectile motion and 3 word problems.
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This packet includes 39 images of quadratics or parabolas depicted in real life (including some accessory images and all blacklines). The parabolas include the paths of throwing a football, kicking a soccer ball, a dolphin jumping and a suspension bridge. All images are .png files. Blacklines (l
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This lab is a favorite every year as students try to hit a bull’s-eye with a projectile. I normally provide a candy reward for the team with the lowest percent error. (It’s amazing what a piece of candy will make students do!) Projectile motion can be one of the most difficult concepts all year l
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This is just a quick little fill-in-the-blank rundown of basic concepts over projectile motion. It defines and gives examples of projectile motion, differentiates between the horizontal and vertical directions, and explains how to get a resultant given horizontal and vertical components. This is n
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The Projectile Motion activity guide is used along with the PhET Simulation "Projectile Motion". Students learn the relationship between mass, initial velocity, angle, and wind resistance as they shoot a variety of projectiles from a cannon. This packet includes a word document that can be edited,
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Four page lab. Students discover that the vertical fall of an object is independent of the horizontial velocity. This is a fantastic lab that students love to do. They create a gun that shoots a pencil at a paper monkey. The set-up is such that the moment that the students release the pencil the mon
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Students get hands a hands-on projectile motion experience using foam dart guns. My students loved this lab because they get to "play" with toys while doing physics. You'll of course need a small foam dart gun per group to do this lab but all other supplies are things you'll already have on hand.
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Use this question bank for your high school physics classroom. There are both multiple-choice and extended response questions. All answers are provided for all questions. Use this product to create your own quizzes, tests, and worksheets. projectile, horizontal, vertical, launch, fired, path,
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Students love this activity and it changes how they look at movies and at the physics in film. Video analysis is a powerful tool in a physics class and your students will look forward to the next one. I created this teacher driven activity around a short clip from the first Iron Man movie that is
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In this experiment, students build a paper ramp and use it to launch marbles off a table. Using a foil landing pad, students can determine where the marble lands and relate the distance traveled to the height on the ramp. Throughout the investigation, students relate their findings to the marble’s k
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Your Physics students will love learning about projectile motion with the help of these doodle notes. Students will be able to identify features of the parabolic motion, label a parabola with key features like maximum height of a projectile, and solve three different types of problems. Two pages a
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Quiz 10 minute assessment or homework for physics students to demonstrate their understanding of projectile motion. Answer key included.
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>>I also offer this product in PDF AND word formatting so that you can edit it to fit your student's needs. This product only includes the PDF format<< **This product is intended to be used after students have learned quadratics. Use this product as an assessment or a project.** This i
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The following 4 page handout explains projectile motion and how to solve projectile motion questions. The fill-in-the-blank note allows students to follow along as the teacher explains the concept of projectile motion and demonstrates how to solve projectile questions (TEACHER ANSWER KEY PROVIDED).
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This is an excellent activity to develop the mathematics of upwardly fired projectiles. It has low error, uses a free app for measuring motion and students must work as a team. Students work in groups of 4 to toss a tennis ball or similar item a horizontal distance of 4-6 meters between them and v
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It's not rocket science! Oh wait, it is! In this lab students analyze the projectile motion of a rocket. Not only that but they get to build a rocket and launch it themselves. Students will use kinematic equations to collect data on their rockets. What else will you need for this lab? Rocket launc
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This is a 10 slide PowerPoint which includes information on air resistance, terminal velocity, and projectile motion. It is a visually appealing slide show with great opprotunities for class participation. There are also a few links on the pages which illustrate the terms. I complete this present
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HSA-CED.A.1 This worksheet helps the students produce quadratic functions to solve projectile motion problems. There are two practice problems to go over with the class followed by problems for the students to complete individually or in pairs.
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Your Middle School or Physical Science students will love this projectile motion doodle note! This one-page note includes key features and graphics related to the parabolic motion a projectile takes. My answer keys are suggestions based on my class needs, annotate notes your way to suit your curric
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This power point presentation defines projectile motion and provides vivid, silly animations to keep students engaged.
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