Here are 3 original examples and 6 practice problems solving Newton's 2nd Law problems using F=ma for force, mass, and acceleration. It includes a description of the 2nd law using the concepts of direct and inverse proportionality that makes perfect sense to a developing high school mind. Designed for 9th grade but usable in 7th-12th depending on student ability level and needs. Perfect homework assignment or in-class activity to practice or even teach these skills for the first time.
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My name is Andy Fry. I’m 32 years old and live in southern Ohio with my wife and 3 kids. I am currently in my 5th year of teaching physical science and geology 9th-12th grades. I hold a bachelor’s degree in integrated science for adolescence through young adult grades 7-12. I scored very high on all parts of the PRAXIS as well as on the infamous resident educator summative assessment (RESA) in my 3rd year of the residency program. I have had a lot of successes early in my career, and in mid-late 2017 realized that I could help more classrooms if I took some of my work into the TpT market. I find it an honor for my work to be utilized to facilitate learning for students I may never meet but still care about. I greatly appreciate your support as I work to gradually expand my store to cover all parts of the physical science curriculum. Thank you for being a teacher! - Mr. Fry