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Understanding the difference of weight and mass using a guided reading activity and video demonstration.

Understanding the difference of weight and mass using a guided reading activity and video demonstration.

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    Weight vs. Mass Weight vs. Mass Presentation Transcript

    • Wednesday October 25
      • Objective: Understand how is weight different than mass.
      • A-Team:
      • Hmwk: Calculate the weight worksht
      • Catalyst: Why is the gravitational force less on the moon?
      Procedure: Last night’s homework needs to be out when I come around in order to get full credit
    • It’s that time again…
      • (Hopefully, you’re getting into the swing of things. Five minutes flies by if you’re not working hard.)
    • Catalyst
      • Q: Why is the gravitational force less on the moon?
      • A: The moon has less mass than Earth. That means the gravitational formula would have a smaller answer!
    • Read, Pair, Share
      • In paragraphs as directed.
      • We will stop to share and show.
    • Hammer and Feather
      • http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/apollo_15_feather_drop.html