I can: understand chemical reactions and energy.
Lesson Description: Notes for section 4.
Steps of the lesson: Open this link: CLICK HERE Go to File>Make a copy. Edit the file with the answers and share it with me to my email: email@example.com
I can: explain the differences between Newton's Laws.
Lesson Description: Make a Powerpoint about Newton's Laws.
Steps of the lesson:
Your task is to make a PowerPoint presentation of the Newton’s laws using Microsoft PowerPoint or an equivalent computer program.
1. First, you will need to state each law as it is written in your textbook or other source.
2. Then find at least two pictures or video segments that illustrate each law and copy them to a PowerPoint slide; one picture per slide. Pictures or video segments can be from any internet source or digital media that is school appropriate. The pictures must be photographs not diagrams or illustrations and cannot already be labeled with forces. The pictures must be in color. Beware of using video segments or links, some of them may not work on school computers, therefore you may want to try them on school grounds before placing them in your project. If I cannot access them from school your grade will reflect so.
3. Write a paragraph describing how each picture you chose illustrates the law. The paragraphs must be at least 5 sentences and be on the same slide as the picture. Please make sure your references are school appropriate.
Slide 1……..Cover Page…….Title of Project Your name Your hour # Date
Slide 2 and 3……..1st Law…….. State Newton’s 1st Law Two pictures illustrating the law One paragraph for each picture describing how the picture illustrates Newton’s 1st law.
Slide 4 and 5……..2nd Law…….. State Newton’s 2nd Law Two pictures illustrating the law One paragraph for each picture describing how the picture illustrates Newton’s 2nd law.
Slide 6 an 7……..3rd Law…….. State Newton’s 3rd Law Two pictures illustrating the law Draw arrows on your pictures, indicating action and reaction force pairs on the actual pictures. One paragraph for each picture describing how the picture illustrates Newton’s 3rd law.