Reflection: Data Analysis What Caused that Change in Motion? - Section 4: Wrap Up


This was a very visual lesson. The students enjoyed watching the video and analyzing the changes in motion that occurred with the ball. Having the students analyze the change in motion helped the students to identify what causes changes in motion. The changes that were observed encouraged students to use the previously learned positional words as well as "push and pull." Students really liked changing the ball's motion on the interactive resource TinkerBall.

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What Caused that Change in Motion?

Unit 5: Forces and Motion
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to observe and describe what may have caused a change in an object's motion.

Big Idea: Students will observe balls changing direction and determine what made the ball's motion change. They will also use a digital resource to change the position of a digital ball.

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Science, Motion, technology, gravity, Forces
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