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# Republic of the Philippines

## BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY

Pablo Borbon Main I, Batangas City, Philippines 4200
COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION

## DATE: May 8, 2018 Allotted Time: 60 Minutes Code

Objectives: 1. Define and relate the Impulse and Momentum

2. Apply the mathematical expressions for Impulse and Momentum in problem solving
3. Determine the relationship of Impulse and Momentum
Content Standards: The students demonstrate understanding of impulse and momentum.
Learning Competencies: Explain and apply the mathematical expressions for impulse and momentum.
Topic: Impulse and Momentum
Sub-Topic: Impulse
References: Teacher’s Guide
Science and Technology for the Future IV by Dizon, Malabanan et.al
COURSE SYLLABUS
Materials: LCD Projector
Laptop
Marker
Stars for Reinforcement and score.
For group activity:
Each envelop contains:
White cartolina 1
Marker 1
Boiled egg 3x4
Meter stick 1
Clear plastic 3
Tape 1
Scissors 1
Timer Student representative

## Elicit Dance! Dance! Dance!!!

Students will be asked to stand up and ……………….
Engage Egg Drop
Description: One member of the group will hold and mark the distance 10inches, 20inches and 30inches
and another member will hold a stopwatch. Each team will select one member who will throw the egg
with the same in egg A,B and C. The timer will record the total time of launching and the time it hits the
ground.
Distribution and checking of the Materials.
Clean as you go. Leave no trace.
Exploration The students will answer Guide questions provided after the activity.
1. What have you observed from the activity? What happened to the eggs when they hit the ground?
2. Which egg has the least damaged? Why do you think it has the least damage?
3. Which egg has the greatest damaged? Why do you think it has the greatest damage?
4. How do the increasing height and time affect the damage on the egg?
Explanation Presentation of the result of each group.
Elaboration Word equation will be introduced.
From the variables identified by the students, the formula of impulse will be derived.
Impulse=f x t
The product of net force and time interval is called impulse.
*Different scenarios and problem will be shown to determine the relationship of force and time to impulse.
Sample problems:
1. What is the impulse given to an object by a 17.0 N force that acts for 0.0250 s?
2. A 200 g car is accelerated so that its velocity changes from 1.5 m/s to 4.5 m/s in 4s. What is its impulse?
Applying force on an object over a longer period of time results in greater change in momentum.
Evaluation Directions: Answer the following questions.
1. A driver is driving his jeepney. It suddenly goes out of control. The driver has a choice between
slamming his into either a stack sacks of charcoal or a concrete wall. If you were the driver, which will you
choose? Why?
2. A 2kg mass is acted upon by a force of 50 N for 10s? What is its impulse?
3. A force of 30,000 N is exerted for 4.00s, on a 95,000kg mass.
3.1. What is the impulse of the force for this 4.00s?
3.2. What is the mass’s change in momentum from this impulse?
3.3. What is the mass’s change in velocity from this impulse?
3.4. Why can’t we find the resulting change in kinetic energy of the mass?
4. When an increase in speed doubles the momentum of an object, the object’s kinetic energy ------------.
a. increases but not double
b. doubles
c. more than doubles
Extension List down at least five examples/scenario at home that shows momentum and impulse.
Explain each example/scenario. Write it on your notebook.
Remarks:
No. of Students:
Index of Mastery:

Prepared by:

Group 5

AMY V. ARELLANO

MELEAH F. CASAS

SHERYL A. ILAGAN