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1 Title: Force and Friction How I move STEAM Lesson Brief Students use knowledge from across the disciplines to strengthen their understanding of each subject s content and its related careers through topic or theme oriented realistic problem-based activity-rich lessons. Theme that this lesson would tie to: Movement Specific Topic Concept within that theme: Transportation and Force and Motion PROJECT IDEA + brief notes & supplies BASIC CONCEPTS : Concept: The Basic concept is movement. Through observations, exploration and Writing, students will analyze and apply geometric measurement to explore how the concept of force and motion combine throughout the content areas to create aesthetically pleasing and functional movement and transportation systems for cars and people alike. Students will understand how transportation systems choreograph and are a soundtrack for the movement of human lives. Basic Plan: Students will discover how different elements effect movement. In order to engage students in the lesson, they will be paired with students who are wearing similar types of shoes. Students will discuss why they made the shoe selections they did and talk about fashion and functionality. Discussion will include the types of shoes that different careers might wear and why. Students will discuss the materials used to make each type of shoe. Then, students take a learning walk requiring them to move through different elements. Students will answer the question How do your shoes effect your movement? Which materials make Science Concept Force and Motion, Newton s Laws of Motion Standards 2Ac Observe and identify friction as a force that slows down or stops a moving object that is touching another object or surface 2D a-c: Observe that balanced forces do not affect an object s motion (need to clarify that balanced forces means no change in forces acting on an object) Describe how unbalanced forces acting on an object changes its speed (faster/slower), direction of motion, or both (need to clarify that unbalanced forces means any change in forces acting on an object) Predict how the change in speed of an object (i.e., faster/slower/remains the same) is affected by the amount of force applied to an object and the mass of the object Careers Automobile Engineer, General Vehicle Engineer, Physicist, Roller Coaster Engineer, Project Element Students experiment with different elements to design and create a roadway that will allow their car to travel through three elements successfully. (Ex: sandpaper, water, bubbles, etc.) Students will perform experiments to test friction, force and motion relationships to mass and shape. Students will document the results on an observation log as they conduct the experiments. Assessment Students explain in writing how the force and motion that was necessary to move their car through their roadway successfully including the discoveries that students made through their experimentation. Students will show through recording and analyzing and reporting on their experiments that they understand how to measure and confirm Newton s laws of motion.

4 Technology/Engineering Track for Hotwheel cars, cardboard, pipe, books etc with which to build. Math protractor and rulers LA Paper and pencils, computer, posterboard etc. SS Pictures of the local community Art Computer, posterpaper, markers, crayons etc. PE Location to walk through that offers different types of ground or flooring to walk on. Music Radio, cd player or other means of adding sound to their presentation. IT Resources:. digital camera, ipad, cameras Other Resources: CD Player, Music etc. Misc: Photos: Pictures taken by Mr. Franklin at KNES Assessment Students connect their knowledge of transportation and materials with their knowledge of the town and articulate one idea for how to improve movement through the town particularly for pedestrian transportation based on data collected. Extension Students interview the city planner and present their ideas about improving movement through town. Students will connect their learning to the needs of the local community. Art Concept Movement through aesthetic means Standards Identify and use value contrast Careers Motion graphic designer, Animators, Interactive Designers, Visual Effects artist, 3D modelers, Previz artists, Music Editor, Project Element Students include visual art components in presentation to illustrate key points of learning. Students will research and examine roadways that are particularly aesthetically pleasing to them but highly effective at improving transportation. For instance the Springfield entrance that has traffic crossing each other, round-about, clover leafs on exit ramps etc. Students will explain how they used these concepts when building their roadway. Assessment Value contrast illuminates key points to audience members. Students can analyze and explain aesthetic qualities of roadways up close and from far away. Extension Students create an aesthetically pleasing roadway for travelers. PE Concept Physical movement and how forces and environment impact one s own movement Standards Recognize what systems work together to move your body (e.g., muscular and skeletal) Identify safe and unsafe situations and respond appropriately. Careers Park Naturalist, Forester Project Element Students engage in nature walk and note the differences in how they were able to move through various materials Assessment Students and their teammates move through the different ground elements and explain the changes in the ways they moved to keep from falling or being stuck correctly using content

5 vocabulary. Extension Students travel to the state park and walk the trails then make a plan for improving the park to allow more people to utilize trails year round. Students investigate sports in different types of geographies Olympics, etc. and analyze the adaptive tools (sports equipment) used to aid the athletes skis for water vs. snow, bicycle tires, etc. Music Concept Movement in Music Standards Demonstrate dynamics [p,f, crescendo, descresendo/diminuendo] and temp [fast,slow ritardando] Careers - Broadcast Technicians, Sound Engineering Technicians, Composers Project Element Students will analyze the sounds associated with movement such as cars skidding, braking on a bicycle and discuss ideas such as burning rubber making connections to friction, force and motion. Students design a soundtrack to go along with their video and pictures to use music to express how their cars moved differently through their experiment Assessment Presentation with music included to illustrate changes in movement. Interview with the team will include why decisions were made. Extension Students watch a video and describe how the music helped them to understand changes in the information that was being presented.

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