# Physics Lesson Plans

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Kindergarten:
How do you make a house of cards stay up?To see what we can change to make our house of cards stay up.(Under 3 ratings)
How do you make a house of cards stay up?To see what we can change to make our house of cards stay up.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 3: Motion in Two DimensionsStudents are able to differentiate between scalar and vector quantities in order to differentiate dimensional motion.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planstudents are able to describe the importance of measurement systems(Under 3 ratings)
SI and TerminoloyStudents understand SI terminology and what it is important to use commonly accepted units of measurement(Under 3 ratings)
What is PhysicsStudents can define physics and a number of sub-fields(Under 3 ratings)
Force7.P.1.2 Explain the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces acting on an object (including friction, gravity and magnets)(Under 3 ratings)
Motion7.P.1.1 Explain how the motion of an object can be described by its position, direction of motion, and speed with respect to some other object 7.P.1.3 Illustrate the motion of an object using a graph to show a change in position over a period of time 7.P.1.4 Interpret distance versus time graphs for constant speed and variable motion(Under 3 ratings)
Understanding Motion7.P.1.1 Explain how the motion of an object can be described by its position, direction of motion, and speed with respect to some other object(Under 3 ratings)
11/10Students will demonstrate their understanding of various concepts taught during this unit through the completion of a summative assessment.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/15, 10/16, 10/17Students will be able to solve for a variable given a multi-step equation. Students will be able to design and begin constructing a cardstock roller coaster.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/20Students will determine the correct unit to use with various calculations: speed, velocity, distance, time, force, acceleration. Students will construct a roller coaster given specific perimeters, students will correctly solve for a variable given a multi-step equation.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/21Students will solve for variables given a physics word problem. Students will solve for a variable given a multi-step equations. Students will construct a roller coaster given specific perimeters.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/22Students will correctly correlate a real world example with the 3 Laws of Motion. Students will combine like terms to solve for a variable given an equation. Students will construct a roller coaster that meets specific criteria.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/28Students will solve for a variable given a multi-step equation. Students will continue working on the construction of their paper roller coasters.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 9/30Students will be assessed on the scientific method. Students will be introduced to the scientific field on physics. Students will be review their assessment on data analysis.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe main objective of this class is for the students to learn about the benefits and negatives of different energy sources but there are some other things going on too This lesson also focuses on self advocacy and team work skills. The first part of the class the students need to work in teams to become experts in their own field (the energy source they are assigned to) and then to try and communicate what they learned after to their peers. There is also a say write do in this class, say is the end when they are debating, write is in the middle when they have to write down what they are going to say later and what they learned in this class, and finally the doing, is the research at the start too.(Under 3 ratings)
Newton's Law of Gravitation Unit 5Students should be able to state Newton's law of Gravitation and state that gravitational forces are consistent with Newton's third law and solve problems using Newton's law of gravitation(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to apply kinematic equations from data gained. Students should be able to articulate how varying factors effect reaction times. B2.4 conduct an inquiry into the uniform and non-uniform linear motion of an object B2.7 solve problems involving uniform and non-uniform linear motion in one and two dimensions, using graphical analysis and algebraic equations(Under 3 ratings)
Mini Lesson Plan #2: The "Power" is in your handsThermal energy, power, electricity and how society uses electricity. A practical application on how to use/not to use energy.(Under 3 ratings)
Mini Lesson Plan #2: The "Power" is in your handsThermal energy, power, electricity and how society uses electricity. A practical application on how to use/not to use energy.(Under 3 ratings)