🤔 Why does a ball rolling down a hill finally come to a stop?
In the winter, why you rub your hands together quickly, you will feel them get warmer?
IT’S FRICTION! 🚵♂️
What is friction? Can you think of other examples of friction in your daily life? Let's learn this very real force and see what happens.
- Guiding students to observe this real force around the world.
- Beginning with Video-assisted Learning to help build the background of what is friction.
PARTICIPATE INDIVIDUAL: INDEPENDENT THINKING
- Decide whether shows more friction or less friction.
- Identify where friction is occurring.
- Calculate the resultant force.
PARTICIPATE GROUP: COLLABORATION
- Using Participate mode for group collaboration.
- If the friction is too much, what will happen?
- How is friction good and bad? Examples of high friction and low friction in the world around you.
CRITICAL SELF-REFLECTION THINKING WORKSHEET: FEEDBACK AND NEW APPROACHES
- Draw your mood in this class.
- What you have learned today!
- Which part to the most time to understand?
- What do you need to learn more?
💡 myViewboard Whiteboard Tips and Tricks: Participate mode is available for the Windows version of Whiteboard. This splits the screen into up to six separate whiteboards – great for side-by-side, live collaboration.
💡 FREE myViewBoard Originals ICON RESOURCES. Teachers can use these free myViewBoard Originals Friction icons in your myViewBoard Whiteboard design.