• This unit bundle contains all resources needed for a typical middle school physics
unit on motion
• The bundle contains a unit PowerPoint and corresponding student summary notes, worksheets, lab activities, formative quizzes, review exercises, a PowerPoint unit review game, and summative test.
• The resources in this bundle satisfy NGSS MS-PS2-2 and PS2.A
• Download the unit planning guide
as free PDF preview.
This Bundle Includes:
• Unit Planning Guide (for teachers)
• Unit Overview handout (for students)
• Editable PowerPoint Presentation and scaffolded student notes
• Reading exercises for major unit concepts
• Lab activities
• Formative quizzes
• Unit review worksheets (2) with scaffolded questions
• Editable PowerPoint review game (Chalkboard Challenge) in the style of Jeopardy!
• Summative test divided into 3 sections: (1) Subject Knowledge; (2) Science Skills; and (3) Concept Application
This Bundle Covers the Following Topics:
• Calculating speed (S = D / T)
• Distance vs. displacement
• Reading and interpreting distance-time (D-T) graphs
• Reading and interpreting speed-time (S-T) graphs
• Types of acceleration
• Calculating acceleration
• All resources in this bundle are in either Word or PowerPoint format
and are fully editable and customizable
• Files are organized in two separate ways: (1) By lesson; and (2) All resources, to make resources easy to locate
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