WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY

WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
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WORK AND POWER USING THE STAIRS CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING ACTIVITY
This is an engaging activity for students to complete using the formulas for WORK and POWER. Students will use a stairway to calculate their speed and distance using normal, fast, and random trials and then differentiate between doing work and using power. It really enlightens our students to actually observe and be involved in the reasoning as to why the amount of work stays the same but the power used can be increased or decreased. After the activity the students will summarize their findings using Claim, Evidence, Reasoning and Rebuttal when make arguments during scientific inquiry.
Includes:
-Student lab activity
-Student question sheet with C.E.R.R
-Claim, Evidence, Reasoning, Rebuttal Instructional Poster
-Blank C.E.R.R Template

Next Generation Science Standard:
PS2.A: Forces and Motion
The motion of an object is determined by the sum of the forces acting on it; if the total force on the object is not zero, its motion will change. The greater the mass of the object, the greater the force needed to achieve the same change in motion. For any given object, a larger force causes a larger change in motion. (MS-PS2-2)
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