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South Early College High School Daily Lesson Plan (PL3)
Lesson: Periodic table of elements
Class Period: 2A,2B,4A,4B
(PL1, I-7) Essential Questions /Learning Goals/Big Ideas: The Students
know and understand the Periodic Table of Elements.
(PR5, PL3)Int

Motion in one dimension
2.1
Displacement and velocity
2-1 Objectives
1. Describe motion in terms of displacement, time, and
velocity.
2. Calculate the displacement of an object traveling at a known
velocity for a specific time interval.
3. Construct and i

Practice Problem Set
F=ma
FORCE = MASS x ACCELERATION
Name _
Plug in the given values for Force/Mass/Acceleration to solve.
Remember, mass is in kg - - force in in N (newtons) - - acceleration is in m/s2
1. How much force is needed to accelerate a 66 kg s

Who was Isaac Newton?
In 1665, Isaac Newton FOUND that
unbalanced forces are necessary to move or
change the motion of objects.
So, he came up with the idea that the Earth
must attract the apple towards it with some
unseen force'.
He named this force G

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South Early College High School Daily Lesson Plan (PL3)
Lesson: Kinematics 1
Class Period: 3A,3B
(PL1, I-7) Essential Questions /Learning Goals/Big Ideas: The student
knows and can calculate displacement, acceleration, final and initial
velocity using K

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South Early College High School Daily Lesson Plan (PL3)
Lesson: Kinematics 1
Class Period: 3A,3B
(PL1, I-7) Essential Questions /Learning Goals/Big Ideas: The student
knows and can calculate displacement, acceleration, final and initial
velocity using K

Position- time graphs
Use the following chart to
create a LINE graph on your notes:
Time (X-axis)
1sec
2sec
3sec
4sec
5sec
6sec
7sec
8sec
Distance (Y-axis)
1m
2m
3m
3m
5m
6m
7m
7m
Example of
a line graph:
Distance (meters)
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