Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Newton's Apples - Day Two - Section 2: Guided Investigation


This lesson comes with tiered handouts to support learners with different learning needs. Some students will come to this lesson with a great understanding of the concepts behind Newton's Laws of Motion. Others, will have completed the learning experiences and are not ready to make a direct connection to these laws. The handouts for this lesson are to help students at either level be successful in understanding the laws of physics that are necessary to complete the rest of the unit.

  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Differentiation
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Newton's Apples - Day Two

Unit 5: Roller Coaster Madness
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: Students will observe Newton's Laws in Action.

Big Idea: Students will learn about Newton's Laws, G-Forces, and Motion.

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