Writing Guide: Projectile Motion - Section 4: Initial Draft of Student Research Papers

 
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Research Paper: Using Angry Birds to Model Projectile Motion

Unit 3: Projectile Motion
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: Students will begin writing research papers to meet the written component of the performance-based assessment and task graduation requirements for physics.

Big Idea: Analyzing data and synthesizing scientific information from multiple sources about projectile motion into a clearly written paper is an essential skill for learning and practicing physics.

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Science, Physical Science, velocity (Physics), physics, range, Projectile Motion, performance based assessment
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