Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit

Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit
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Unit 3 - Newton's Laws of Motion - Whole Unit includes the following files:

***3.1 Forces Notes***
Covers different types and categories of forces and what a force is capable of causing an object to do. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to fill out as well as a completed (B) version for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.1 Forces Practice***
Students practice categorizing forces and drawing force arrows. This practice sheet comes with an (A) version to be used for the majority of students as well as a shorter and/or different (B) version to be used for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.1 Forces Whiteboard Practice***
This PowerPoint includes 12 slides with pictures and questions relating to the different types of forces. Have students answer the questions on a whiteboard for a fun review.

***3.1 Objectives & Starter Questions PowerPoint***
Learning objectives and sample starter questions for the topic.

***3.1 PowerPoint Notes***
Notes in PowerPoint format to make presentation to the class a breeze.

***3.2 Force Diagrams Notes***
Covers the method for finding net force on an object and determining whether forces are balanced or unbalanced.. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to fill out as well as a completed (B) version for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.2 Force Diagrams Practice***
Students practice drawing net force diagrams and classifying forces as balanced or unbalanced. This practice sheet comes with an (A) version to be used for the majority of students as well as a shorter and/or different (B) version to be used for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.2 Force Diagrams Mini-Poster***
This sheet gives students a space to make a mini-poster showing forces being applied to an object. Students are asked to come up with their own scenario, draw it, and show the forces being applied as a force and net force diagram.

***3.2 Forces and Diagrams Whiteboard Practice***
This PowerPoint includes 12 slides with pictures and questions relating to the different types of forces and force/net force diagrams. Have students answer the questions on a whiteboard for a fun review of everything covered in this unit so far.

***3.2 Objectives & Starter Questions PowerPoint***
Learning objectives and sample starter questions for the topic.

***3.2 PowerPoint Notes***
Notes in PowerPoint format to make presentation to the class a breeze.

***3.3 1st Law of Motion Notes***
Covers the idea of inertia and gives examples of its presence in everyday life. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to fill out as well as a completed (B) version for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.3 Inertia Demo Stations Activity***
This activity is much like a lab, although I don't call it that because it does not follow the scientific process. It is more like a hands-on practice sheet. Students rotate to different stations and perform tasks while answering questions. The tasks are all designed to demonstrate inertia - an object staying at rest or staying in motion.

***3.3 Objectives & Starter Questions PowerPoint***
Learning objectives and sample starter questions for the topic.

***3.3 PowerPoint Notes***
Notes in PowerPoint format to make presentation to the class a breeze.

***3.4 2nd Law of Motion Notes***
Covers the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration of an object (F=ma) and relates this to the equation W=mg. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to fill out as well as a completed (B) version for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.4 Weight Practice***
Students practice using the equation W=mg to find an object's mass or weight given the other. This practice is presented as a riddle, where students rotate to different stations and solve several problems, put them in order, and use the letters on the back of the question cards to answer the riddle. This practice sheet comes with an (A) version to be used with the cards and a different (B) version that has the questions printed directly on the page to be used for students who are absent.

***3.4 Weight Practice Cards***
These cards have a question on the front that can be solved using W=mg. Once students solve the questions on the cards, put them in order from least to greatest, and flip them over, the letters on the back of the cards will start to spell out the answer to a riddle.

***3.4 Weight on the Moon Activity***
Students go through calculations (either on their own or led by the teacher) to convert their weight in pounds on Earth to a weight in pounds on the moon. This activity sheet comes with an (A) version to be used for the majority of students as well as a shorter and/or different (B) version to be used for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.4 F=ma Practice Stations***
This document includes 6 stations with 2 F=ma questions each. The pages can be stapled to a manila folder and propped up. The answer page goes under the question page for students to check their answers. Have students use whiteboards to answer each question to add a little fun.

***3.4 Objectives & Starter Questions PowerPoint***
Learning objectives and sample starter questions for the topic.

***3.4 PowerPoint Notes***
Notes in PowerPoint format to make presentation to the class a breeze.

***3.5 3rd Law of Motion Notes***
Covers the concept of equal and opposite reactions and what they look like in the real world. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to fill out as well as a completed (B) version for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.5 3rd Law of Motion Practice***
Students practice identifying force pairs and drawing equal and opposite forces on diagrams. This practice sheet comes with an (A) version to be used for the majority of students as well as a shorter and/or different (B) version to be used for students who are absent or may require accommodations.

***3.5 Objectives & Starter Questions PowerPoint***
Learning objectives and sample starter questions for the topic.

***3.5 PowerPoint Notes***
Notes in PowerPoint format to make presentation to the class a breeze.

***Binder Divider - Unit 3***
This page can be printed and trimmed along the edge slightly to make a helpful binder divider. I find that these dividers for each unit help students stay organized.

***Unit Test - Unit 3***
This test includes matching, free response, calculation, short answer, and multiple choice questions covering the entire unit.

***Recovery Quiz - Unit 3***
This short recovery quiz gives students an opportunity to recover from a poor test score. The quiz includes the most commonly-missed questions from my experience. I have all students take the quiz and give them 1/2 point per question back on their test score up to 100%.

NOTE: all files are editable .docx or .pptx documents that you can tailor to fit your classroom
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