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YouTube Physics: Inertia

Grade Levels
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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2 Student Pages & 2 Key Pages
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Description

Web videos that involve physics are fun to watch. They can be even more engaging with the addition of a few well-crafted questions.

This activity engages students with a few popular inertia related videos found on YouTube. Video addresses are given in the document. Since such addresses can sometimes go bad, search terms are used as titles. Examples here include "Shopping Cart Fail," "Unloading Bamboo Like a Boss," "Car Bowling Fail," and "BMW Tablecloth Trick XXXL". A Mythbusters video is also employed. Newly added: Fall Leaves 2016. It ends with an optional invitation to seek and watch a hilarious clip from a pair of charming German child actors.

Add this to your mix of classroom demonstrations and lab activities to thoroughly teach the topic at hand.

This product can be purchased as part of a bundle for a substantial savings:

YouTube Physics BUNDLE.

Videos referred to in the lesson:

Shopping Cart Fail (YouTube v=acWfossz1rc)

Unloading Bamboo Like a Boss (v=TtEFvIzo1OE)

Car Bowling Fail (v=T6lyb9cdYIo)

BMW Tablecloth Trick XXXL (v=cM9S2AzU28)

Mythbusters Tablecloth Chaos (v=lK1ci50DUgc)

Fall Leaves 2016 (v=KYZA3Vxo0wk)

Michel & Sven (v=AEPvSo8bE2I)

Print-friendly Google Docs Update (Summer 2021): The documents for this lesson were originally created to be printed and photocopied for classroom use. When the pandemic forced instruction to be remote, the documents were quickly recreated in Google Docs format. When instruction migrated into hybrid models, another redesign was called for: print-friendly Google Docs.

The student Google Docs file linked to in this product is suitable for use as Google Docs AND for printing and photocopying. My priority is to redesign the student documents first. Extant answer keys will remain as PDFs for the immediate future.

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2 Student Pages & 2 Key Pages
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