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Contains chapter questions and activity for Barbara Haworth Attard's novel, Theories of Relativity. Just print and hand out! Contains many different types of questions and assignments. Students are able to move through these questions on independently and at their own speed. Also contains a paragr

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1- Lesson Presentation (PPT) - 51 slides2- Questıon Bank + Answer Sheet - 29 Problems + Answer Sheet3- Teacher Notes - Totally 4 pages;This Bundle covers:· Time dilation (Moving clocks run slower!)· Length contraction (The faster the object moves relative to the observer, the smaller is its length!)

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

Brought to your classroom by the DaVinci Machine!
Using the backdrop of the Theory of Relativity, this science lesson will stimulate your students' inner genius while reinforcing comprehension skills and introducing new vocabulary. Teachers- do not fret, we've put these difficult scientific concept

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A fantastic companion to teaching Barbara Haworth-Attard's Theories of Relativity.I have taught this novel four times; these are my tried and tested assignments and activities. This resource moves away from chapter-by-chapter questions and provides students with opportunities to reflect on their re

To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life examples are used.Totally 51 slides; · Time dilation (Moving clocks run slower!)· Length contraction (The faster the object moves relative to the observer, the smaller is its length!)· Relativistic Mass (Mass and Energy are two sides of

Also included in: Einstein’s Theory of RELATIVITY – BUNDLE

The General Theory of Relativity Common Core Reading and Writing Activity is a common core activity designed to teach students about the General Theory of Relativity. Students will also develop and practice higher order thinking skills.

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

29 Problems with Answer SheetYou should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt, Cooper Black & Tempus Sans ITC)Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

Also included in: Einstein’s Theory of RELATIVITY – BUNDLE

This quiz pact contains a quiz for each chapter of Barbara Haworth-Attard's novel Theories of Relativity. Each quiz consists of ten true or false questions and a written response question. An answer key for the true and false questions is provided.

Totally 4 pages; · Time dilation (Moving clocks run slower!)· Length contraction (The faster the object moves relative to the observer, the smaller is its length!)· Relativistic Mass (Mass and Energy are two sides of the same coin!)· Classical Momentum Equation· Relativistic Momentum Equation· Relat

Also included in: Einstein’s Theory of RELATIVITY – BUNDLE

Contains chapter questions, assignments, and test for Barbara Haworth Attard's novel, Theories of Relativity.

Assignment good for in class or Asynchronous Learning1. Students are directed to a kid safe certified educational web article to READ2. Students write down (4) Facts about the topic3. Students summarize the topic in 4-5 Sentences4. Students insert (2) Pictures of the topic (Picture box size is pre-f

ALL IN ONE ASSIGNMENT21st Century Learning (CONVERTS DIGITALLY FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM )This assignment is a great way to introduce or review a topic for students learning remotely. The article link is provided and students complete the following assignment:1. Go to the following link and Read the art

Word Search covering the terminology that will be introduced when discussing the Special Theory of Relativity with Physics or Physical Science students. There are 22 words total.

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This test contains 10 true or false questions, 15 multiple choice questions, 4 written response questions, and an answer key. This test is included in my Theories of Relativity unit.

A quiz for the first half (chapters 1-11 approximately) of Barbra Haworth-Attard's Theories of Relativity. This is not a straight forward comprehension quiz. It contains seven short answer questions: a couple of basic comprehension but the rest requiring deep thinking and interpretation. The goal

This is a skeletal lesson plan format of the topics to be covered in relativity, simultaneity, twin paradox, space-time, ultimate speeds, and mass and energy. Different states and districts have different sets of standards and requirements for lesson plans so this is not a one-size-fits-all situati

Notes on Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity
Ready to photocopy and hand out. Or you can break it up and copy and paste bits of it for your PowerPoint notes.
Included are diagrams and lesson goals.
The subtopic are:
Frame of Reference
Einstein’s view on Galileo’s theory
Maxwell’s discovery on

Theory of Relativity song reinforces the science concept.

Theory of Relativity reinforces knowledge of the science concept.

Astronomy: Einstein and Relativity
PowerPoint Presentation
Topics: Einstein, Special and General Relativity, Conservation of Mass-Energy, Spacetime, Theory of Gravity, Gravitational Lensing, Black Holes, Wormholes

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Theories of Language Development is a perfect addition to your Psychology Thinking and Language unit or Developmental Psychology Unit. First the students explore the learning theory approach and the nativist approach covering the concepts of universal grammar and the language acquisition device. Stu

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This is a two part 700 slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), built-in hands on activities with OREOS, step by step drawings of a solar and lunar eclipse, sun dial lesson with worksheet, challenge questions with answers, built-in review opportunities, video links, two

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5^{th} - 10^{th}

This is a 770+ slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), lab activities built right in with set-up, questions and answers, video links, built-in quizzes with answers, 7 pages of follow along worksheets, 3 page homework / classwork, lesson notes, answer keys, several pages

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7^{th} - 10^{th}

Crash Course in Physics is a fast moving, informative, entertaining video series that tackles many issues that come up in high school AP physics classes. Dr. Shini Somara is your host. I provide a full page and half page option for students to fill in as the video plays. Many of the questions are mo