Force and Motion: Contact VS Non-Contact Forces
1 Hook/Attention Getter
Bellwork. Write the question on the board and allow students three minutes to answer and come up with as many answers as they can. What sports are considered "Contact Sports"?
Have students share at least one answer with the class and discuss what makes a sport a "contact sport".
Write AND answer this question in your interactive science notebook on page 23.
What sports are considered "Contact Sports"?
2 Direct Instruction
Play video explaining three contact forces and what makes then contact or non-contact.
Watch Video. Write down the three forces explained in video and explain what makes each contact of non contact.
3 Guided Practice
Allow students to access the website and read through the page. Students must open all links within the page and complete the three practice problems at the bottom of the page. Have students write the answers to the questions on a notecard to turn in.
Visit page and read through the lesson. Click on any links available and complete activities. Once all activities are complete you may answer the three questions at the bottom of the page. Check your answer to see if you know your stuff! Write the answers to your three questions on a notecard with your name in it. Turn in it before you leave.
4 Individual Practice
Print out packet OR assign online through Google Classroom.
Complete page one of homework packet.
Hand out a note card to each student. Have the students write 3 things they learned, 2 things they found interesting and 1 question they still have about contact and noncontact forces.
On your note card write 3 things you learned, 2 things you found interesting and 1 question you still have about contact and noncontact forces.