Reflection: Checks for Understanding Newton's Second Law and Free Body Diagrams, Part 1 - Section 3: End of Discussion Checkpoint for Newton's Second Law

 

All of my students were able to create an accurate free body diagram and use the correct form of the equation but I still had several students that did not know what to do from once they got there (Poor Student Work EOD #1). A majority of my students had work along the lines of this example (Good Student Work EOD #1). This was a positive sign that, after working with another worksheet, most students are be on track to mastering using Newton's second law with free body diagrams.

  Checks for Understanding: Heading in the right direction!
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Newton's Second Law and Free Body Diagrams, Part 1

Unit 5: Force and Acceleration
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to identify when an object has a net force and its direction. Given the net force, students will be able to solve for acceleration or mass.

Big Idea: Students will use free body diagrams as a tool to complete Newton's second law problems.

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