P.FM.03.35
Describe how a push or a pull is a force

                            Activity: Push and Pull

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I used force to pull the cabinet drawer    The drawer moved toward me
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Elaborate 
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Push Pull Chart
          Push        Push & Pull    Pull




Objects at Rest:
Claims            Evidence
I know that ...   I know this because …
I Learned:   ?- What happens when you push or
pull?
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2. Push Pull Lesson

  1. 1. P.FM.03.35 Describe how a push or a pull is a force Activity: Push and Pull http://www.cape.k12.mo.us/blanchard/hicks/News%20Pages/Force%20pdf %20files/Push%20and%20Pull.pdf http://www.cape.k12.mo.us/blanchard/hicks/News%20Pages/Force%20pdf %20files/Push%20and%20Pull%20Written%20Assessment.pdf Question What happens when you push or pull? Engage Students will play Talking Chips in groups of 5.  Each group member will talk  about what they know about force and motion.  Explore Follow the Push or Pull post­it note activity (from website above) and completing  the Push/Pull chart. (See Attached page) Explain *Have students stand with their chair in front of them.  Ask them why the  chair is not moving. *Discuss how to start objects moving with a push or pull force. *Have students discuss how people machines, magnets or nature (wind,  water) pushes and pulls MEAP Assessment Clarifications • Force is a push or a pull on an object or substance. • Examples of forces are gravity and pushes and pulls caused by people,  machines, magnets, or nature (wind and water). • A push moves an object away from another object and a pull moves an object  toward another object. Students fill in the claims/evidence page with sticky notes and outside observations Claims Evidence I used force to push my chair under my  The chair moved away from me desk
  2. 2. I used force to pull the cabinet drawer  The drawer moved toward me open Elaborate  Follow the Performance Event: Push­Pull Venn Diagram activity from above  website. Evaluate Use the What I Learned about Push and Pull page.  Have students use their clams/ evidence page to help them write their explanations. Help students come up with statement using the lesson question. Starter Statement:  I learned that I use force to push and pull (then the claims and  evidence to support statement) Vocabulary Picture labels should include: push, pull, gravity, force (with arrow), moving away  from, and towards
  3. 3. Push Pull Chart Push Push & Pull Pull Objects at Rest:
  4. 4. Claims Evidence I know that ... I know this because …
  5. 5. I Learned: ?- What happens when you push or pull?

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