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High School Physics

(10 Units, 91 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Rotational Motion - Part I(8 Lessons)

Introduction to Angular Motion

High School Physics

» Unit:

Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students roll into a unit on circular motion as they define theta, omega, and alpha (oh my)!

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Constant Angular Acceleration

High School Physics

» Unit:

Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Today students learn to love constant angular acceleration equations when using them to solve circular motion problems.

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Rotation of a Ladybug

High School Physics

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Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students send ladybugs for a ride on a merry-go-round in an online simulation.

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Uncorking Centripetal Force

High School Physics

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Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students swing a cork above their heads to see centripetal force in action.

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Deriving Universal Gravitation

High School Physics

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Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students think like Newton and use a computer simulation to explore the law of universal gravitation.

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Exploring Kepler's Three Laws

High School Physics

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Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students read all about Kepler's Law in an exploration activity today.

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Reviewing Rotational Motion

High School Physics

» Unit:

Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students become the teacher today when they get in front of the class to share their solutions to rotational motion problems.

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Rotational Motion Test

High School Physics

» Unit:

Rotational Motion - Part I

Big Idea:Students show how much they've learned when taking today's unit test on angular kinematics, centripetal force, universal gravitation, and Kepler's Laws.

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