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Scaffolding Exercise

Application of the
principle of
conservation of
momentum during
real world scenarios
Lab Momentum on
objects of varying
masses
Student evaluates
problems involving
momentum
equations
Use students to
develop a problem
involving
momentum and
facilitate its solution
Apply momentum
conservation to
energy types

Momentum is a
vector

Review vectors
through direct
teach / Workshop
on momentum
Oral discussion of
momentum, being
able to apply
concept to
situations
Reteach / Workshop
peer led
opportunity on
Momentum
Introduce and
Weaving in new
concepts

Differentiate
between Kinetic and
Potential Energy
changes during
Collisions

Evaluate Real World


collision scenarios to
determine energy
conversion and
collision type

Evaluate types of
Energy in pHet
Simulations / Forces
involved
Analyze problems
and make
calculations
involving potential
and kinetic energy
Laboratory Exercise
involving kinetic
energy / Knex

Connect Energy
Conversion to
Collisions

Relate mass,
velocity, and
inertia to moving
objects to
momentum
Identify and

describe mass,
velocity and inertia
and how they relate
to momentum
Oral discussion of
momentum, being
able to apply
concept to
situations
Reteach / Workshop
peer led
opportunity on
Momentum
Introduce and
Weaving in new
concepts

Lab - Analyze
Collision Types

Collaborate to
compare and
contrast the forces
related to
momentum, work,
power, and energy

Analyze elastic and


inelastic collision
problems and
calculate their
mathematical
outcomes.
Students evaluate

Be able to evaluate
various collisions
and predict energy
conserved/lost
Lab Pool balls and
collisions

Introduce the
concept of elastic
and Inelastic
collisions

Recognize the
forces related to
momentum
Recognize Forces
and components
that comprise them
Be able to describe
forces in terms of
mass and
acceleration /relate
to momentum
Facilitator and peerled workshop on
forces and
momentum
relationships
Introduce and
Weaving in new
concepts

Checkpoints, both
individual and
group to evaluate
their progress

videos on Elastic
and Inelastic
collisions

Be able to analyze
various collisions
and determine
energy
conserved/lost
Lab Pool balls and
collisions

Formulate
arguments with
supporting evidence
to relate momentum
to energy
conservation.
Argument formation
Workshop /
Formulation ,
elements
Student evaluation
of arguments /
Critical friends
review

Continuous
monitoring and
checking for
understanding /
rubric reminders
Any
reteach/workshop /
Know/NTK / Rubric
clarifications

Peer Review /
Facilitator Review /
Red Team

Bring in the
Biological Impact
Material

Argument
Formulation

Introduce the
concept of elastic
and Inelastic
collisions

Compare and
contrast Kinetic
and Potential
energy
Identify and
describe Kinetic
and Potential
Energy
Oral discussion of
Energy
conversions,
being able to
apply concept to
Reteach /
Workshop peer
led opportunity
on Energy
Introduce and
Weaving in new
concepts

Understand the
Law of
Conservation of
Energy
Identify and
describe mass,
velocity and
inertia and how
they relate to
Oral discussion of
momentum,
being able to
apply concept to
situations
Reteach /
Workshop peer
led opportunity
on Momentum
Introduce and
Weaving in new
concepts

Relate the
biological impacts of
impact force during
collisions
Evaluate Biological
tolerances /
Children vs adults
for various impacts
Blunt force vs Sharp
/ Shearing impacts
Types of Trauma
Application
Consultation / Peer
Review / Red Team

Final Review /
Critical Friends /
Presentation
Compilation