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Lessons (80)

Lessons (80)

High School Physics

(6 Units, 80 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Projectile Motion(16 Lessons)

Angry Bird Physics: A Study of Independent Vector Components

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Trig ratios can be used to find mathematical expressions for horizontal and vertical components of a vector.

26 Resources

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26 Resources

8 Favorites

Angry Bird Physics: An Introduction to Two Dimensional Motion

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

Big Idea:The vertical and horizontal velocities of a projectile are independent of each other.

22 Resources

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22 Resources

5 Favorites

Angry Bird Physics: Applying Lessons From Galileo

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Galileo's experiments can be used to find mathematical expressions for the two dimensional motion of a projectile.

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20 Resources

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Angry Bird Physics: An Alternative Equation for Range

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:The horizontal range of a projectile depends its initial velocity and launch angle.

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19 Resources

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Using A Simulation to Test the Predicted Ranges of Angry Bird Launches

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:The maximum range of a projectile corresponds to a 45 degree launch angle.

26 Resources

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26 Resources

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Angry Bird Physics: Launching A Projectile Horizontally

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

Big Idea:A projectile’s motion is composed of two independent motions: a constant horizontal velocity and a vertical velocity undergoing constant acceleration.

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20 Resources

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Preparing For An Oral Defense On Projectile Motion

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Graphic organizers help students prepare for an oral defense in Physics.

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33 Resources

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Predicting the Velocity and Trajectory of a Projectile

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Mathematical models can help solve complex projectile motion problems.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

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Performance Based Assessments and Tasks: Using Angry Birds to Model Projectile Motion

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Performance based assessments allow students to show proficiency in their understanding of projectile motion in a manner that is authentic and meaningful.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

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Research Paper: Using Angry Birds to Model Projectile Motion

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

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.

16 Resources

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16 Resources

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Exhibition Day 1: Creating An Explanation of Projectile Motion

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Trigonometry is an important tool for understanding projectile motion.

19 Resources

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19 Resources

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Exhibition Day 2: Creating An Explanation of Projectile Motion Using Angry Birds as A Model

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Creating a cohesive project that explains projectile motion in depth is a great way to learn and study physics.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

2 Favorites

Creating Awesome Projectile Motion Presentations

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Edmodo provides students with autonomy over learning about projectile motion in a way that is authentic and meaningful.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

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Projectile Motion: Challenge Problems

High School Physics

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Projectile Motion

Big Idea:A projectile’s motion is governed only by its interaction with the force of gravity.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

2 Favorites

Projectile Motion Physics: Gallery Walk

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Creating gallery exhibits helps students to take ownership over their learning outcomes in physics class.

11 Resources

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11 Resources

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Angry Bird Physics: Student-Created Short Films

High School Physics

» Unit:

Projectile Motion

Big Idea:Communicating information on projectile motion in an engaging way is a great way to learn and practice physics.

14 Resources

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14 Resources

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