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=Activity No # 3 - See gravity in action=
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===Activity No # 5 - See gravity in action===
===Estimated Time===
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====Estimated Time====
 
30 minutes
 
30 minutes
===Materials/ Resources needed===
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====Materials/ Resources needed====
 
Projector
 
Projector
===Prerequisites/Instructions, if any===
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====Prerequisites/Instructions, if any====
===Multimedia resources===
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====Multimedia resources====
 
Image(s) Source:
 
Image(s) Source:
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gravity_action-reaction.gif Wikipedia-Gravity-Action-Reaction]<br>
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gravity_action-reaction.gif Wikipedia-Gravity-Action-Reaction]<br>
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===Process (How to do the activity)===
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====Process (How to do the activity)====
 
#Show the multimedia resources
 
#Show the multimedia resources
 
#Generate a mind map on what students understand about gravitation
 
#Generate a mind map on what students understand about gravitation
===Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)===
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====Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)====
 
#What causes the small sphere to move towards the larger one?
 
#What causes the small sphere to move towards the larger one?
 
#Is there a force?
 
#Is there a force?
 
#What is the nature of that force?
 
#What is the nature of that force?
 
#In a pendulum what is the force acting?
 
#In a pendulum what is the force acting?
===Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)===
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====Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)====
 
#Can you state the force you have observed as a law?
 
#Can you state the force you have observed as a law?
 
#What are the various factors it depends on?
 
#What are the various factors it depends on?
===Question Corner===
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====Question Corner====
 
#How do we walk?
 
#How do we walk?
 
#Do you think we fall every time we step forward?
 
#Do you think we fall every time we step forward?
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Revision as of 12:06, 28 October 2020

Activity No # 5 - See gravity in action

Estimated Time

30 minutes

Materials/ Resources needed

Projector

Prerequisites/Instructions, if any

Multimedia resources

Image(s) Source:

Image:220px-Gravity_action-reaction.gif Look at this animation here
Image:300px-Simple_gravity_pendulum.svg.png Look at the picture of a pendulum here

Process (How to do the activity)

  1. Show the multimedia resources
  2. Generate a mind map on what students understand about gravitation

Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)

  1. What causes the small sphere to move towards the larger one?
  2. Is there a force?
  3. What is the nature of that force?
  4. In a pendulum what is the force acting?

Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)

  1. Can you state the force you have observed as a law?
  2. What are the various factors it depends on?

Question Corner

  1. How do we walk?
  2. Do you think we fall every time we step forward?