Do you need to introduce an force and motion lesson to your middle school physical science class ?
This resource contains a PowerPoint force and motion lesson with Cornell notes style guided notes and an assessment that all tie together. This resource is excellent for traditional and digital interactive science notebooks. The PowerPoint and guided notes are also included in Google Slides which make this a perfect digital resource for online learning! There is also a self-grading Google Forms assessment. This is a no prep resource!
The PowerPoint Lesson and guided notes are broken up into 4 different parts:
❔ Engage: This is a question that is used to get students thinking and engaged before the lesson begins. They answer the question in their guided notes.
☑ Checkpoints: These are questions throughout the lesson that assess what students are learning as they go through. The student’s answer these questions in their guided notes. Answer key is included in the PowerPoint.
↵ Bringing it Back: This final question wraps up the lesson by tying student’s new knowledge with the engagement piece.
✐Summarize! Students can summarize their learning by writing, drawing or both.
All links for the Google Slides and Google Forms are included in the resource.
The PowerPoint is editable. The titles, images and clip art are not editable.
The Cornell style guided notes follow along with the lesson. This allows the students to go through the lesson with the class as the teacher goes through the slides or they can fill it out independently if they are using the PowerPoint digitally. All the text aside from the title and cover page are editable.
Includes two cover pages for interactive notebook booklets. One in color and one in black and white.
The Google Slides version of the notes includes text boxes for students to add in their own text. A Google Slides “toolbox” is included for students to reference to for changing fonts, adding images, drawings, etc. There are even drag and drop highlighter marks for students to make their notes more interactive.
*There is an included answer key for the guided notes to be easily printed and added to a teacher’s copy of an interactive science notebook.
The assessment contains 20 questions with a mix of vocabulary matching, short answer and multiple choice questions. An answer key is included. Everything is editable except for the title and any included clip art lip art.
A Google Slides version is included as well as a self-grading Google Forms version. The links are included in the resource.
⭐Calculating Average Speed
⭐Balanced & Unbalanced Forces
⭐Forces at a online
⭐Newton’s Laws of Motion.
➾Graphing velocity, average speed or acceleration is not included.
*Each resource is in PowerPoint format for easy editing.