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Newtons Three Laws
of Motion
by Paige Montgomery
# Newtons Three Laws
of Motion

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Vermont Standards:(Grades 5-8) 7.3bb. Students understand the nature of mathematical, scientific and technological theory. This is evident when students determine the validiy of a theory by examining the principals on which it was founded, the constraints that apply to its application; and the body of physical evidence that supports it.

Vermont Standards: (Grades 5-8) 7.4aa. Students understand the nature of mathematical, scientific and technological theory. This is evident when students examine important contributions made to the advancement of science, technology, and mathematics, and respond to their impacts on past present and future understanding.

Vermont Standards: (Grades 5-8) 7.5aa. Students understand the nature of mathematical, scientific and technological theory. This is evident when students analyze the roles responsibilities of scientists, mathematicians and technologists in relation to ongoing research and discoveries that impact society.

Students will know The Three Laws of Motion and examples of each law.

Students will know the history of Sir Issac Newton, the time frame in which he lived in and his development of the The Laws of Motion.

How the three laws have an affect on many of the everyday things we do.

Students will understand that the mathematical and scientific theories may seem complicated but are simple to understand, examine and demonstrate when given specific examples.

How have Newtons Three Laws Affected our society?

How can we analyze the theories established by Newton?

How can we determine the validity of the laws? And the principals in which they were founded?

The importance of an equation (f=ma)

Key Vocabulary : Interia, Gravity, Force, Mass, Action, Reaction, Motion, Acceleration, Friction, Equal.

A brief history of Sir Issac Newton and the time period in which his laws were discovered.

The Three Laws of Motion.

Present Three laws of Motion visually.

Create a video of the three laws of motion.

Teach classmates specific examples of Newtons three laws of motion.

Illistrate the laws of motion artistically.

IT5 6:5 (Grades 5-6) Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectivley to multiple intellegences by Creating a linear or non-linear presentation including title slide, graphics, text, voice, sound related to topic, scanned or digital photo, animation, bibliography and table of contents.

IT5 6:5 (Grades 5-6) Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectivley to multiple intellegences by World Wide Web • Describing the components of a web address (e.g. ~, /, .edu, .com, .gov, etc.). • Creating a web page including text, graphics, tables and internal and external links.