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=Activity No # 1 - The various forces we see=
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===Activity No # 1 - The various forces we see===
  
===Estimated Time===
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====Estimated Time====
 
30 minutes
 
30 minutes
===Materials/ Resources needed===
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====Materials/ Resources needed====
 
The following pictures have been sourced from the NCERT Class 7 textbook.
 
The following pictures have been sourced from the NCERT Class 7 textbook.
 
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=== Prerequisites/Instructions, if any ===
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==== Prerequisites/Instructions, if any ====
  
===Process (How to do the activity)===
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====Process (How to do the activity)====
 
#This is in the form of a discussion
 
#This is in the form of a discussion
 
#Students explore words like force, push, pull, contact, distance, etc
 
#Students explore words like force, push, pull, contact, distance, etc
 
#Let the students look at the picture and describe the force and the effect
 
#Let the students look at the picture and describe the force and the effect
===Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)===
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====Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)====
 
#What do we mean when we say force?
 
#What do we mean when we say force?
 
#What does it do? (Produces an acceleration/ change in state - they can start with push and pull)
 
#What does it do? (Produces an acceleration/ change in state - they can start with push and pull)
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#When have you seen non-contact forces? (Electric shock, magnetism)
 
#When have you seen non-contact forces? (Electric shock, magnetism)
 
#Force can act at a distance; it is called field
 
#Force can act at a distance; it is called field
===Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)===
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====Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)====
 
#How will you define the field of a force?
 
#How will you define the field of a force?
 
#Does the field have a definite size?
 
#Does the field have a definite size?
 
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Revision as of 10:49, 28 October 2020

Activity No # 1 - The various forces we see

Estimated Time

30 minutes

Materials/ Resources needed

The following pictures have been sourced from the NCERT Class 7 textbook.

Prerequisites/Instructions, if any

Process (How to do the activity)

  1. This is in the form of a discussion
  2. Students explore words like force, push, pull, contact, distance, etc
  3. Let the students look at the picture and describe the force and the effect

Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)

  1. What do we mean when we say force?
  2. What does it do? (Produces an acceleration/ change in state - they can start with push and pull)
  3. For force to be there, do I have to touch? (Contact)
  4. When have you seen non-contact forces? (Electric shock, magnetism)
  5. Force can act at a distance; it is called field

Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)

  1. How will you define the field of a force?
  2. Does the field have a definite size?

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