# Teacher s Guide: Newton s Third Law: Action Reaction

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1 Teacher s Guide: Newton s Third Law: Action Reaction Recommended Grade Level: 7 8 (also applicable to grades 9 12 for students requiring significant support in learning) Suggested Time: About minutes spread over one or more class periods, plus additional time to complete a writing assignment Goals Following are the big ideas that students should take away after completing this lesson: Newton s third law of motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction Engineers consider how forces act as they use the design process to solve problems Vocabulary gravity astronaut zero gravity reaction force counteract Key Literacy Strategies Following are the primary literacy strategies students will use to complete this activity: Determining important information (screens 4, 9, and 10) Understanding problem/solution (screens 8 and 10, writing assignment 2) Establishing cause and effect (screens 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8, writing assignment 1) Comparing and contrasting ideas (writing assignment 2) Note: In addition to using the key literacy strategies listed above, students will use each of the strategies below to complete this lesson: Monitoring comprehension Synthesizing Making predictions Developing vocabulary Connecting prior knowledge to new learning Developing a topic in writing Identifying and using text features (photographs, captions, diagrams, and/or maps) Overview Newton s Third Law: Action Reaction is a student-directed learning experience. However, while students are expected to work through the lesson on their own, teachers should be available to keep the lesson on track, organize groupings, facilitate discussions, answer questions, and ensure that all learning goals are met. Teacher s Guide: Newton s Third Law: Action Reaction 1

5 Sharing Student Work It may be motivational, and a further learning opportunity, for students to post their final essays so that their classmates, peers, and/or parents can see them. This may also provide an opportunity for students to comment on and discuss each other s essays. If you do not already have access to an online writing community, Teaching Matters TM provides TeXT, free classroom publishing tools that allow teachers and students to create and publish their own online ezine. More information and a free signup are available at Teaching Matters: TeXT ( Reflection and Self-Assessment After students have turned in their writing assignments, you can choose to have them assess their learning. Convene students as a whole class or in small groups to discuss the following questions. o What did you learn? o What was surprising? o What questions do you still have? o What was the easiest for you to understand and do? o What was the most difficult? Teacher s Guide: Newton s Third Law: Action Reaction 5

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