Reflection: Student Feedback What is Friction? - Section 4: Wrap Up

 

This was a very clear lesson and having multiple resources definitely helped the students to understand the effects of friction and what friction is. After speaking with the students about the lesson, they shared that they really enjoyed having the opportunity to share their experiences with friction. Some students shared their experience with carpet burns and some shared experiences they had at public places like sliding down inflatable slides at Bounce U.

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What is Friction?

Unit 8: Production of Heat
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to define friction and identify examples of heat produced through friction.

Big Idea: Students will discuss different experiences with friction.

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Science, Physical Science, friction, heat, burning
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