Forces, Motion, Friction Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Arguing the Question:
Should Fast Suits Be Allowed InCompetitive Swim?
Foldable with Notes
Students will complete a foldable explaining the concepts of how friction relates to force and motion. After completing the foldable notes the student will read a short article and argue using C.E.R.R strategy the Question: Should fast Suits Be Allowed In Competitive Swim Includes:
-Foldable for students to fill out
-Completed Foldable for teacher and overhead
-C.E.R.R Blank Template
-C.E.R.R Sheet with Important Question
-C.E.R.R Poster for Classroom Use.
Copy the foldable back to front. Fold the lines into the middle on the side of the foldable that says “What is the Force of Friction?” Cut the lines in the middle of this page and fold the four middle corners up to see the title in the inside diamond, “Force and Friction”. Trim the inside corner edges. The C.E.R.R will be on the very back.
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