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Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes

Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
Impulse Doodle Note | Physics Doodle Notes
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11 MB|1 student page + 1 answer key = 2 pages
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This FREE Doodle Note will help you teach Impulse, the product of force and mass which is equal to the change in momentum, to your Physics students. While using this Doodle Note to teach about Impulse, you can demonstrate some of the concepts like follow through by having students kick a ball with and without following through with their kick. This shows that applying the same force over a longer period of time results in a greater change in momentum. Another effective demonstration is having students jump from the first or second step of a staircase, once with knees bent, and once with knees locked. The change in momentum is the same in both cases, but with the knees bent the time is increased (decreasing the force), and when the knees are locked the time is reduced which increases the force they will feel.

My answer key is a suggestion based on my own class' needs and standards, annotate notes your way to suit your curriculum needs.

This FREE PDF file includes:

★ 1 Student Doodle Note, with a suggested answer key

I have been using Doodle Notes in my own classroom for years. My students and I really prefer this method to traditional note-taking. You can use Doodle Notes as the main note or as a review. Doodle notes provide an opportunity to look at relationships in multiple ways, while activating both sides of the brain through the creative doodling, annotating and coloring. Doodle notes have been shown to:

★ increases retention

★ activate the whole brain, the logical left side and the creative right side.

★ improve focus, people who doodle recall more than those who daydream

★ calm students and reduces stress

★ add novelty to the class, which in turn helps to engage students

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1 student page + 1 answer key = 2 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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