Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information Overview The goal of this lesson is to help students make connections between Newton's second law and the behavior of objects in the presence of a net force. This relates to SP6 because students have to leverage skills like note taking and using logic to recognize patterns while developing an understanding of how objects accelerate. One goal of this lesson is to help students learn how to change the mathematical model of Newton's second law to address a series of real world scenarios.
Students then take notes while following along with an example problem I lead at the interactive whiteboard at the front of the room. This relates to SP6 because students have to leverage skills like note taking and using logic to recognize patterns while developing an understanding of how objects accelerate.
The red label helps my students easily interact with the information as soon as they enter the room and avoids losing transition time as students enter the classroom. I include a set of notes that I project at the interactive whiteboard in the front of the room. During the first ten minutes, students take notes in their notebooks.
I ask students if they have any questions or concerns about the methods discussed in the video. We have a whole class discussion for minutes. Some student queries include, "Does this work if two people are pushing on the same object? Students spend about eight minutes taking notes and then we have a brief discussion about the example problem.
I also provide students with Chromebooks and post the problems on our class Edmodo wall so students can work at their own pace. Some student questions include, "How do we know which objects are in each system? Each summary should include: A problem The physics of the problem A step-by-step solution Tips for peers on how to analyze similar problems Students may create summaries in the lab notebooks or in a shared google document.
Once we discuss the requirements for the summaries, students begin working in groups of at a location of their choice to summarize the connections between the net force exerted on a system and the acceleration of an object. I circulate the classroom with my classwork assessment clipboard and make notes of groupings and answer clarifying questions for students.
At the end of this section, I pause and ask students to return the materials they used during this section to the front resource station.In this workshop you will gain an understanding of changed behaviours related to dementia, their impact and contributing factors.
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