# Newton's Laws and Motion

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This is the flipchart I use to teach newton's laws and graphing motion to my 8th graders. I use this along with NASA's stomp rocket lab to teach about aerodynamics, force, motion, and acceleration. I also utilize motion sensors in order to begin teaching motion at the beginning of class.

It covers objectives:
INQUIRY
1. Draw conclusions from scientific investigations including controlled experiments.
a. Design, conduct, and analyze conclusions from an investigation that includes using experimental controls. (DOK 3)
b. Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative observations and make inferences based on observations. (DOK 3)
c. Summarize data to show the cause and effect relationship between qualitative and quantitative observations (using standard, metric, and non-standard units of measurement). (DOK 3) Tools, Types of data, Resources,
d. Analyze evidence that is used to form explanations and draw conclusions.
(DOK 3)
d. Analyze evidence that is used to form explanations and draw conclusions.
(DOK 3)
e. Develop a logical argument defending conclusions of an experimental method.
(DOK 3)
f. Develop a logical argument to explain why perfectly designed solutions do not
exist. (DOK 3)

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
2. Apply concepts relating to an understanding of chemical and physical changes, interactions involving energy, and forces that affect motion of objects.
c. Distinguish the motion of an object by its position, direction of motion, speed,
and acceleration and represent resulting data in graphic form in order to make a
prediction. (DOK 2)
f. Recognize Newton’s Three Laws of Motion and identify situations that illustrate
each law (e.g., inertia, acceleration, action, reaction forces). (DOK 2)
Total Pages
70 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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