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Established Goals

Chapter I – Motion
in two dimension

STAGE 1: DESIRED RESULTS
TRANSFER
The student will be able to independently use their learning to…
Prepared by: Mr. Jayrald G. Romasanta

1. Adapt techniques in playing your favorite sports using your understanding
of factors that may affect the motion of objects.
2. Predict the outcomes of interactions among objects in real life applying the
laws of conservation of energy and momentum.

 Impulse and
Momentum
 Conservatio
MAKE MEANING
n of Linear
Essential Questions
Momentum Enduring Understandings
Students will understand that…
Students will keep considering…
 Projectile
Motion
1. Momentum, like energy, is a
1. How will you describe the
Chapter II –Work,
conserved quantity
motion of all objects around
Power and Energy
2. Many of our life experiences involve
you?
 Changes in
collision
2. What are other factors that
form
of
3. We are surrounded by many things
may affect the motion of
that move in different direction
objects?
mechanical
4. Natural events are part of what we
3. How will you relate the
energy
 Conservation
called motion
effects of collisions in real5.
Energy
exist
in
many
forms
life situations?
of energy
6. In order to do work, one must have a
4. What are the factors that
source of energy
determine the projectile’s
7. Work and energy are necessary to
flight?
CONTENT
every
life
on
Earth
5.
How is mechanical energy
STANDARD:
transformed?
The learner
6. How does an understanding
demonstrates
of the forms of energy and
understanding of
energy conservations help
the factors that affect
the motion of objects
and the law of
conservation of
energy

PERFORMANCE
STANDARDS:
1. The learner
will
advocate
road safety

Checked by: Mrs Cherrylyn Nitoral
(Science Teacher)

society?
ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Students will know…
Students will be skilled at…
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Projectile Motion
Impulse and Momentum
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Changes in form of mechanical energy
Conservation of energy

1. Describe momentum and
impulse and relate it to
collisions.
2. Observe that the total
momentum before and
collision is equal.
WHATafter
YOU
3.
Relate
the effects of
LEARNED ABOUT
collisions
in real-life
WHAT YOU
THE GIVEN
situations.
LEARNED
FACTS?
4. Describe
horizontal
ABOUTthe
THE

FACTS:
FACTS:

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