2D Vectors, Speed, Velocity and Acceleration Lesson
The materials for this lesson include an 89 slide powerpoint filled with animations, diagrams, and images as well as a guided notes handout to go with it.
Balloons of Motion: Exploring Newton's Three Laws
This lab uses common household items to build a balloon vehicle that demonstrate Newton's three laws of motion, specifically the inverse relationship between mass and acceleration.
Free Fall Acceleration Lab
Astronomer and physicist, Galileo Galilei dropped objects from the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy to explore this phenomenon, but can YOU gather evidence to support his claims? Join our physics class as Mr. Mickens guides you thro...
Kinematic Equations Lesson
This topic is essential to understanding the relationships between several quantities of motion. Students can struggle with this section of physics and our resources will help scaffold and compartmentalize instruction for learning...
Join our physics class as Mr. Mickens, Lisa, and Abeni explore how motion graphs represent common occurrences in our daily lives. We will discuss the difference between motion graphs, calculations of velocity and acceleration usin...
Physical Quantities Lesson
Physical Quantities govern our every day lives and are fundamental to understanding all of science. This introductory lesson will set students off to a great start with FULLY understanding concepts throughout the course
Projectile Motion Basics
Projectile motion is relevant to our every day lives in SO many ways. From basketball to jumping over a puddle, it is an astounding characteristic of two dimensional motion.