Projectile Motion I Notes

Projectile Motion I Notes

Author: Deanna Morrison

This power point describes the characteristics of two dimensional projectiles and focuses on horizontally launched projectiles.

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This power point describes the motion of two-dimensional projectiles and discusses horizontally launched projectiles and projectiles launched straight up into the air.

Source: D. Morrison

Projectile Motion I Notes

The power point without the audio explanation.

Source: D. Morrison

Projectile Motion Unit Packet

Copy the Projectile Motion I Notes into the notes section of your unit packet. Answer the summary questions after the notes section over the power point to determine if you understand the concepts explained in the video. Then submit a HOT question in the form below.


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HOT Question

Submit a Higher Order Thinking question regarding the notes. The question should address one of the following:
1) A concept or process from the notes that you find confusing and need further explanation and examples to understand.
2) Confusion or misunderstanding on how the concepts are connected and tied to other concepts we have learned about previously.
3) A challenge to the class because you have complete understanding of the power point notes. (Challenge - term should be in the question submitted.)
4) Give an everyday example of the concept if you feel that have achieved complete understanding of the concepts and processes described in the notes.