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# Anchoring Table:

F=m* a
8.6 A & C
Unit Physics
By Zoe Jones

## 3. Known Unit: Physics

Information
Plan an
investigation to 2. Known Concept
test the
Force & Acceleration
relationship
Lab
between force and 4. Characteristics
mass?

Anchors Table

Teacher Copy

1.

New Concept
Newtons 2nd Law

of Motion:

## Car down a ramp into box

with mass & with out mass.

## If there is a constant force applied,

the object with less mass will
accelerate more than a object with
more mass.

a force of 10N.

## The same object will

accelerate faster with a
larger force.

with out mass.

## Objects with more mass will have a

larger force than objects with less
mass, when traveling at the same
speed.

Constant force

Constant Mass
Constant Acceleration

7. Understanding of the New Concept: The student is expected to demonstrate and calculate
how unbalanced forces accelerate an object's motion.
Newtons 2nd Law of Motion is about understanding the relationship between force mass &
acceleration. I have experienced this when investigating force by...
ANCHORS
1. Announce
2. Name
Linking Steps: the New Concept Known Concept

3. Collect
Known Information

4. Highlight
5. Observe
6. Reveal
7. State
Characteristics of Characteristics Characteristics Understanding
Known Concept
of New Concept Shared
of New Concept

## 3. Known Unit: Physics

Information
Plan an
investigation to 2. Known Concept
test the
Force & Acceleration
relationship
Lab
between force and 4. Characteristics
mass?

Anchors Table

Name:_________________
Date:

1.

New Concept
Newtons 2nd Law

of Motion:

## Force = mass * acceleration

Station 1 Observations

Station 2 Observations.

Station 3 Observations

## If there is a constant force applied,

the object with less mass will
accelerate more than a object with
more mass.

## The same object will

accelerate faster with a
larger force.
Objects with more mass will have a
larger force than objects with less
mass, when traveling at the same
speed.

7. Understanding of the New Concept: Newtons 2nd Law of Motion is about understanding the
relationship between force mass & acceleration. I have experienced this when investigating
force by _____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
ANCHORS
1. Announce
2. Name
Linking Steps: the New Concept Known Concept

3. Collect
Known Information

4. Highlight
5. Observe
6. Reveal
7. State
Characteristics of Characteristics Characteristics Understanding
Known Concept
of New Concept Shared
of New Concept

## 3. Known Unit: Physics

Information
Plan an
investigation to 2. Known Concept
test the
Force & Acceleration
relationship
Lab
between force and 4. Characteristics
mass?

Anchors Table

Name:_________________
Date:

1.

New Concept
Newtons 2nd Law

of Motion:

## Force = mass * acceleration

If there is a constant force applied,
the object with less mass will
accelerate more than a object with
more mass.

## The same object will

accelerate faster with a
larger force.
Objects with more mass will have
a larger force than objects with
less mass, when traveling at the
same speed.

7. Understanding of the New Concept: Newtons 2nd Law of Motion is about understanding the
relationship between force mass & acceleration. I have experienced this when investigating
force by _____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
ANCHORS
1. Announce
2. Name
Linking Steps: the New Concept Known Concept

3. Collect
Known Information

4. Highlight
5. Observe
6. Reveal
7. State
Characteristics of Characteristics Characteristics Understanding
Known Concept
of New Concept Shared
of New Concept

## Sample STAAR like Question:

If force = mass * acceleration, then what is the
force of an object with a mass of 3kg and an
acceleration of 2.2m/s2?
3kg x 2.2m/s2 = 6.6N

## Which of the objects is producing the

greatest force?

A) Soccer Ball
B) Tennis Ball
C) Marble
D) Ping Pong Ball

## A bicycle has a mass of 20 kg. A small car has a mass of 1,000

kg. A force is applied to accelerate the car from a standing
position to a speed of 1 m/s.

If the same force that was applied to the car is applied to the
bicycle at rest, to what speed will the bicycle accelerate?

A) 0.002 m/s
B) 1 m/s
C) 20 m/s
D) 50 m/s

## In which of the following situations

will the ball have the greatest
acceleration?
A) A golf ball with a mass of 0.045 kg is struck with a
force of 1 N.
B) A baseball with a mass of 0.142 kg is hit with a
force of of 5 N.
C) A soccer ball with a mass of 0.45 kg is kicked with
a force of 20 N.
D) A bowling ball with a mass of 7.2 kg is thrown
with a force of 60 N.

## How does the force required to move

an object change with mass?
1 minute write.