examples of Newtons three laws of motion

  

You will create a video, word document, power point or hand written pages with examples of Newton’s three laws of motion. Your project should include: Newton’s 1st Law of Motion State the lawVideotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and label a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No Google searches, pictures or video must be original). Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and momentum, and action and reaction pairs.) Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion State the lawVideotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and label a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No Google searches, pictures or video must be original)Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and momentum, and action and reaction pairs.) Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion State the lawVideotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and label a picture a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No Google searches, pictures or video must be original) Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and momentum, and action and reaction pairs.)
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Newton’s Laws of Motion Project
Georgia Standard:
S8P3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about cause and effect relationships between
force, mass, and the motion of objects.
b. Construct an explanation using Newton’s Laws of Motion to describe the effects of balanced and
unbalanced forces on the motion of an object.
Review the three laws of motion:
? Newton’s first law of motion says that an object in motion will stay in motion
and an object at rest will stay at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
Watch this video: http://safeYouTube.net/w/Hfec
? The second law of motion states that the force of an object is equal to its mass
times its acceleration.
Watch this video: http://safeYouTube.net/w/Yjec
? Newton’s third law of motion states that for every action there is an equal and
opposite reaction.
Watch this video: http://safeYouTube.net/w/ukec
For this project you must complete one of the two options stated below. Be sure to use
the rubric on the last page in order to check your work before submitting.
Option A:
You will create a video, word document, power point or hand written pages with examples
of Newton’s three laws of motion. Your project should include:
Newton’s 1st Law of Motion
1. State the law
2. Videotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a
picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and
label a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No
Google searches, pictures or video must be original).
3. Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed
demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must
be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following
terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and
momentum, and action and reaction pairs.)
Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion
1. State the law
2. Videotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a
picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and
label a picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No
Google searches, pictures or video must be original)
3. Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed
demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must
be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following
terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and
momentum, and action and reaction pairs.)
Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion
1. State the law
2. Videotape a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. –or- Take a
picture of a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. -or- Draw and
label a picture a person doing an action that demonstrates this law. (No Google
searches, pictures or video must be original)
3. Explain in a paragraph or video how the action that was performed
demonstrates this law. Your explanation must be at least 5 sentences and must
be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using the following
terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and
momentum, and action and reaction pairs.)
Option B:
Design an experiment or demonstration such as a Rube Goldberg machine or egg drop
experiment that demonstrates Newton’s three laws of motion. You can have one
experiment or demonstration that shows all three laws or three different ones.
Videotape or take pictures of your experiment or demonstration in action. Write or
videotape an explanation of how the experiment or demonstration shows the three laws
of motion. Your explanation should include a definition of each of the three laws and a
description of how the law was demonstrated. Your explanation must be at least 12
sentences and must be in your own words. (Each Law should be explained in detail using
the following terms: force, motion, rate, acceleration, velocity, inertia, gravity and
momentum, and action and reaction pairs.)
(Rubric on next page)
Content of
project
Understanding
of Newton’s
three laws of
motion
Presentation
4-Distinguished
3-Proficient
2-Developing
1-Beginning
0-Criteria not
demonstrated
40 points
35 points
20 points
10 points
0 points
All three laws of
motion are
clearly stated.
Examples or
experiments
clearly
demonstrate all
three Laws of
motion.
All three laws of
motion are
clearly
stated. Example
s or experiments
that represent all
three Laws of
motion are
included,
however 1
example does
not demonstrate
the law
accurately.
The three laws of
motion are
stated. Example
s or experiments
are included for
each
law. 2 examples
do not
accurately
represent
Newton’s Laws.
An attempt
was made to
state the three
laws of motion
and include
examples or
experiments of
each, but
some are
missing or
incomplete.
No examples or
experiments
were included or
no laws were
stated.
40 points
35 points
20 points
10 points
0 points
Science
vocabulary is
used to
accurately and
completely
explain how all
three examples
or experiments
relate to each
of the three
laws of motion.
Explanation
shows a deep
understanding
of Newton’s
Laws of Motion.
Science
vocabulary is
used to explain
how all three
examples or
experiments
relate to each of
the three laws of
motion. Some
vocabulary is
used but not
explained or
some
vocabulary is
missing from
explanation.
An explanation
of how each
example or
experiment
relates to the
three laws of
motion is
included, but
more detail is
needed.
An attempt
was made to
explain how
the examples
or experiments
relate to
Newton’s laws,
but some may
be missing or
incomplete
Explanations of
how the
examples or
experiments
relate to
Newton’s laws of
motion were not
included.
20 points
10 points
5 points
1 point
0 points
The project is
neat and
visually
pleasing. It is
very creative.
The student
went above
and beyond to
do quality work.
The project is
legible and
creatively
presented. The
student did
quality work.
The project is
legible. All work
is original.
Some of the
project is hard
to read or
understand.
OR Some of the
work is not
original.
The project is not
original or the
directions were
not followed or
the project is
illegible.

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