Introduction | Task | Process | Resources |Evaluation | Conclusion
Let's get those juices flowing... Here are six prompts to help you start your investigation. Use them to build your project. Each question must be answered in your presentation. You are evaluated on organization so decide how you will organize answers.
Define force? List two examples.
Support the claim: “Gravitational interactions are attractive and depend on the masses of objects.”
Define inertia? Give an example.
How can the mass of an object affect the speed of the object?
Why is the mass of an object important information when investigating physics?
What 2 Factors cause a change in an object’s motion?
Below is the list of tasks you can select from for your final project. All projects must be recorded and displayed on the computer either in the form of a Powerpoint, Prezi, Sway, or video. You will work with your table partner.
- Produce a skit or puppet show to answer the prompt. Record as a video, edit and display on your computer. Videos should answer the prompts thoroughly, must include a written script, and must be at least 3 minutes in length.
- Produce a Powerpoint to answer the prompt. Presentations must contain a title slide, at least 6-10 presentation slides. No more than 3 animations are allowed per presentation.
- Produce a Prezi to answer the prompts. An outline must be pre-approved by the instructor before completion.
- Produce a Sway to answer all prompts. Presentations must contain a title slide, at least 6-10 presentation slides.