Reflection: Exit Tickets Shapes and Ramps - Section 6: Evaluate

 

I have included an example of a student who understands that a circular wheel will roll the best because it is smooth.  This student was able to create a truck, label the tires, and then explain why they chose what they did.  

To add a challenge for students who understood this concept fairly easily, I could ask students to explain the type of force that would be needed to make a car with squirt wheels go compared to the force needed for a car with round wheels.

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Shapes and Ramps

Unit 2: Force and Motion
Lesson 6 of 15

Objective: SWBAT draw conclusions, through their investigation, about the easiness that different types of items can descend down a ramp. SWBAT discuss what makes a test "fair."

Big Idea: Using a variety of items, students will work in groups and release a items down an incline and record their observations. They will then apply their learning to a real life scenario.

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