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Name:________________________________________________

Period:____________

Force, Motion, and Newtons Laws


Guidelines:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. You may complete as many of the activities listed within the time period. You may choose any combination of activities. Your goal is 100 points. You may earn up to 10 points extra credit. You may be as creative as you like within the guidelines listed below. You must show your plan to your teacher by _______________________________. Activities may be turned in at any time during the working time period. Be prepared to defend/explain your work. Activities will be graded and recorded on this sheet as you continue to work, so keep it safe!
Activity to Complete Create a song or rap that explains the difference between speed, velocity, and acceleration. Create a windowpane for the 10 most important vocabulary words in this unit. Develop a worksheet for calculating force, speed, or acceleration with at least five real-world situations. Design a digital presentation that teaches users how to calculate speed, force, and acceleration. Create a collage of pictures that show forces at work in our daily lives. Identify the forces at work in each picture. Create a childrens book that teaches young readers about force and Newtons three laws of motion. Make a flipbook for Newtons three laws of motion. Record an educational video about Newtons three laws of motion and the party they play in our daily lives. Physicists have proclaimed that any motion could be an example of all three of Newtons laws of motion, depending on how you interpret the motion. Create a brochure that supports or disproves this statement. Develop a unique method for remembering each of Newtons laws. Share your method with your classmates. How would Isaac Newton feel about being so famous in todays time? Prepare a You Be the Person presentation to answer your classmates questions about your life and work. Submit your free-choice proposal form for a product of your choice. Total number of points you are planning to earn. Point Value 20 10 20 15 10 30 10 30 Date Completed Points Earned

Plan to Do

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I am planning to complete ________ activities that could earn up to a total of _______ points. Teachers initials ___________ Students signature____________________________________

Name:________________________________________________

Period:____________

Force, Motion, and Newtons Laws: Side 1

Guidelines:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. You may complete as many of the activities listed within the time period. You may choose any combination of activities. Your goal is 100 points. You may earn up to 10 points extra credit. You may be as creative as you like within the guidelines listed below. You must show your plan to your teacher by _______________________________. Activities may be turned in at any time during the working time period. Be prepared to defend/explain your work. Activities will be graded and recorded on this sheet as you continue to work, so keep it safe!

Plan to Do

Activity to Complete (Side 1: 10-25 points) Create a collage of pictures that show forces at work in our daily lives. Identify the forces in each picture. Complete another students crossword puzzle. Create a windowpane for the 10 most important vocabulary words in the unit. Create a mobile that shares different types of forces we see on a daily basis. Make a flipbook for Newtons three laws of motion. Create a Three Facts and a Fib about Isaac Newton and his three laws of motion. Adults sometimes think speed and velocity are the same. Make a poster that shows how they are different. Design a digital presentation that teaches users how to calculate speed, force, and acceleration. Create a crossword puzzle where every answer is a force or motion we see on a daily basis. Develop a unique method for remembering each of Newtons laws. Share your method with your classmates. Develop a worksheet for calculating force, speed, or acceleration with at least five real-world situations. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 1.

Point Value 10 10 10 10 10 15 15 20 20 20 20

Date Points Completed Earned

Total points earned from side 1:

Name:________________________________________________

Period:____________

Force, Motion, and Newtons Laws: Side 2

Plan to Do

Activity to Complete (Side 2: 30 points and up) Select an article from the sports section of the newspaper and create a folded quiz book of motion, speed, and velocity questions about the article. Be sure to include at least two calculations. Create a childrens book that teaches young readers about force and Newtons three laws of motion. Physicists have proclaimed that any motion could be an example of all three of Newtons laws of motion, depending on how you interpret the motion. Create a brochure that supports or disproves this statement. Record an educational video about Newtons three laws of motion and the part they play in our daily lives. How would Isaac Newton feel about being so famous in todays time? Prepare a You Be the Person presentation to answer your classmates questions about your life and work. Keep a 1-day motion journal. Record all of the motions you experience for the day, and be specific and detailed! Create a student-taught lesson on real-world examples of Newtons three laws of motion. Design a museum exhibit on speed, velocity, and motion for the National Physics Museum. Free Choice: Must be outlined on a proposal form and approved before beginning work. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 1. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 2.

Point Value 30

Date Points Completed Earned

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I am planning to complete ________ activities that could earn up to a total of _______ points. Teachers initials ___________ Students signature____________________________________

Name:________________________________________________

Period:____________

Force, Motion, and Newtons Laws: Side 1

Guidelines:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. You may complete as many of the activities listed within the time period. You may choose any combination of activities. Your goal is 100 points. You may earn up to 10 points extra credit. You may be as creative as you like within the guidelines listed below. You must show your plan to your teacher by _______________________________. Activities may be turned in at any time during the working time period. Be prepared to defend/explain your work. Activities will be graded and recorded on this sheet as you continue to work, so keep it safe!

Plan to Do

Activity to Complete (Side 1: 15-30 points) Create a collage of pictures that show forces at work in our daily lives. Identify the forces in each picture. Complete another students crossword puzzle. Create a mobile that shares different types of forces we see on a daily basis. Create a windowpane for the 10 most important vocabulary words in the unit. Make a flipbook for Newtons three laws of motion. Adults sometimes think speed and velocity are the same. Make a poster that shows how they are different. Create a Three Facts and a Fib about Isaac Newton and his three laws of motion. Design a digital presentation that teaches users how to calculate speed, force, and acceleration. Create a crossword puzzle where every answer is a force or motion we see on a daily basis. Develop a unique method for remembering each of Newtons laws. Share your method with your classmates. Create a childrens book that teaches young readers about force and Newtons three laws of motion. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 1.

Point Value 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 25 25 30 30

Date Points Completed Earned

Total points earned from side 1:

Name:________________________________________________

Period:____________

Force, Motion, and Newtons Laws: Side 2

Plan to Do

Activity to Complete (Side 2: 35 points and up) Develop a worksheet for calculating force, speed, or acceleration with at least five real-world situations. Physicists have proclaimed that any motion could be an example of all three of Newtons laws of motion, depending on how you interpret the motion. Create a brochure that supports or disproves this statement. Select an article from the sports section of the newspaper and create a folded quiz book of motion, speed, and velocity questions about the article. Be sure to include at least two calculations. Design a museum exhibit on speed, velocity, and motion for the National Physics Museum. Record an educational video about Newtons three laws of motion and the part they play in our daily lives. Create a student-taught lesson on real-world examples of Newtons three laws of motion. Keep a 1-day motion journal. Record all of the motions you experience for the day, and be specific and detailed! How would Isaac Newton feel about being so famous in todays time? Prepare a You Be the Person presentation to answer your classmates questions about your life and work. Free Choice: Must be outlined on a proposal form and approved before beginning work. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 1. Total number of points you are planning to earn from Side 2.

Point Value 35

Date Points Completed Earned

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10-40 Total points earned from side 1: Total points earned From side 2: Grand Total (/100)

I am planning to complete ________ activities that could earn up to a total of _______ points. Teachers initials ___________ Students signature____________________________________