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Physics Newton’s Third Law of Motion Action-Reaction | Lesson & Lab Exploration

$6.00

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Audience
Student, Teacher
Grade
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
Resource Type
Activities, Laboratory
Pages
39 Pages
Subject
Science, Physical Science, Physics

Description

How do rockets launch? Find out by understanding Action-Reaction Force Pairs with Physics Newton’s Third Law of Motion. After a quick recap of of the first two laws, students will dive into the 3rd law with great examples, force diagrams and videos covering everything from rockets to amusement parks. Students then get to chose between two hands-on lab activities to explore action-reaction. Newton's Laws of Motion are a cornerstone of physics, be sure you round out your units with this lesson!

Objective: Students will be able to describe, explain and investigate Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Newton’s Third Law of Action-Reaction will be explored with a student choice lab activity. By completing the lab activity, students will have hands-on knowledge of action-reaction forces.

Science Concepts: Newton’s Third Law, types of forces - contact and action at a distance, how forces affect motion, force diagrams.

Connections and Skills: Make connections between prior and new information, collaboration, problem solving.

Lesson and Teacher Tips: This lesson provides a quick recap of Newton’s 1 and 2 laws of motion and explains with examples, Newton’s 3rd Law. Timing: for shorter class periods, the presentation and lab will need two days. For longer block class periods, it is possible to complete in one period.

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Physics Newton’s Third Law of Motion Action-Reaction | Lesson & Lab Exploration

$6.00