# Physical Science: Unit 7 Physics Forces and Motion

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Unit Title: Physics Forces and Motion

Included

6 - PowerPoint Presentations (pptx) 62 slides

18 - Worksheets/ Labs (docx)

4 - Unit Tests (CP and Pre-AP) with answer key (Examview and docx)

3 - Unit Reviews and Test Guides with Vocabulary (docx)

Subject/Topic Areas:

Measuring Motion (speed & velocity), Acceleration & Motion (calculating and graphing acceleration), Fundamental Forces, Balanced & Unbalanced Forces, Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion, Weight & Mass, Law of Universal Gravitation, Free- Fall Acceleration, Projectile Motion

Brief Summary of Unit

Enduring Understanding:

Students will understand that:

• Newton’s three laws of motion explain the motion of all objects.

• The gravitational force between two objects is related to the distance and mass of the objects.

Essential Question:

• What is the difference between velocity and acceleration?

• What is the difference between mass and weight?

• How do Newton’s Laws affect all motion on Earth?

• How is momentum related to mass and velocity?

• What is the Law of Conservation of Momentum?

Students will know: (Knowledge)

• To calculate the acceleration of an object, the change in velocity or speed is divided by the length of time interval over which the change occurred.

• Newton’s 1st Law of Motion states that an object moving at a constant velocity keeps moving at that velocity unless a net force acts on it.

• Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion states the net force acting on an object causes the object to accelerate in the direction of the net force.

• Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion states for every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force.

• Gravity and friction affect all motion on Earth.

Students will be able to do (Skills)

• Calculate velocity and acceleration.

• Apply Newton’s three laws to real world situations by explaining the following: inertia, relationship between force, mass, and acceleration, equal and opposite forces

• Calculate force.

• Identify the different types of friction and its effect on motion.

Learning Activities

• Cornell notes

• Collaborative groups

• Distributed practice (speed, velocity, acceleration, weight and momentum problems)

• Discovery or Inquiry learning (Speed Challenge Activity, Acceleration Lab)

• Experiment

• Compare and Contrast (Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion, Static & Kinetic Friction)

• Anticipation activity (graphic organizer)

• Vocabulary

Differentiation:

• Pair students; students with high ability, low ability, and other.

• Extended time on tests or assignments

• Enhanced learning material

Relevant Content Vocabulary

Motion, frame of reference, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, force, friction, static friction, kinetic friction

Inertia, weight, free-fall acceleration, terminal velocity, projectile motion, momentum

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Unit Title: Physics Forces and Motion

Included

6 - PowerPoint Presentations (pptx) 62 slides

18 - Worksheets/ Labs (docx)

4 - Unit Tests (CP and Pre-AP) with answer key (Examview and docx)

3 - Unit Reviews and Test Guides with Vocabulary (docx)

Subject/Topic Areas:

Measuring Motion (speed & velocity), Acceleration & Motion (calculating and graphing acceleration), Fundamental Forces, Balanced & Unbalanced Forces, Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion, Weight & Mass, Law of Universal Gravitation, Free- Fall Acceleration, Projectile Motion

Brief Summary of Unit

Enduring Understanding:

Students will understand that:

• Newton’s three laws of motion explain the motion of all objects.

• The gravitational force between two objects is related to the distance and mass of the objects.

Essential Question:

• What is the difference between velocity and acceleration?

• What is the difference between mass and weight?

• How do Newton’s Laws affect all motion on Earth?

• How is momentum related to mass and velocity?

• What is the Law of Conservation of Momentum?

Students will know: (Knowledge)

• To calculate the acceleration of an object, the change in velocity or speed is divided by the length of time interval over which the change occurred.

• Newton’s 1st Law of Motion states that an object moving at a constant velocity keeps moving at that velocity unless a net force acts on it.

• Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion states the net force acting on an object causes the object to accelerate in the direction of the net force.

• Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion states for every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force.

• Gravity and friction affect all motion on Earth.

Students will be able to do (Skills)

• Calculate velocity and acceleration.

• Apply Newton’s three laws to real world situations by explaining the following: inertia, relationship between force, mass, and acceleration, equal and opposite forces

• Calculate force.

• Identify the different types of friction and its effect on motion.

Learning Activities

• Cornell notes

• Collaborative groups

• Distributed practice (speed, velocity, acceleration, weight and momentum problems)

• Discovery or Inquiry learning (Speed Challenge Activity, Acceleration Lab)

• Experiment

• Compare and Contrast (Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion, Static & Kinetic Friction)

• Anticipation activity (graphic organizer)

• Vocabulary

Differentiation:

• Pair students; students with high ability, low ability, and other.

• Extended time on tests or assignments

• Enhanced learning material

Relevant Content Vocabulary

Motion, frame of reference, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, force, friction, static friction, kinetic friction

Inertia, weight, free-fall acceleration, terminal velocity, projectile motion, momentum

Total Pages

100+

Answer Key

N/A

Teaching Duration

N/A

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