# Movimiento Rectilineo Uniforme Lesson Plan for 10th Grade Example Students

## Topic: movimiento rectilineo uniforme

### Objectives & Outcomes

• Students will be able to define and describe the concept of uniform motion and its characteristics.
• Students will be able to identify and illustrate examples of uniform motion.

### Strategies

• Review and practice with the formula for velocity in uniform motion: velocity = distance traveled / time taken
• Use diagrams and animations to visualize examples of uniform motion
• Give students opportunities to practice creating their own examples of uniform motion
• Assess understanding through independent practice exercises and class discussions

### Warm-Up

• Draw a set of markers on the board, with a space in between each one. Ask students to stand behind a designated marker.
• Give each student a piece of paper with a number written on it.
• Tell them to fold the paper and throw it to the student standing at the first marker.
• Give the same instructions to the students standing at the second marker, and so on, until all students have thrown their paper.
• Have students open their papers and count the number of folds on each one.

### Direct Instruction

• Introduce the concept of uniform motion and its characteristics (motion that is constant in velocity and direction).
• Show a video or present a demonstration of uniform motion, exploring the concept through visual and tactile stimuli.
• Define the terms "distance" and "time," and explain how they are related in uniform motion.
• Introduce the concept of average speed, and explain how to calculate it using the formula distance/time.
• Introduce the concept of average velocity, and explain how to calculate it using the formula velocity x time.

### Guided Practice

• Have students work in pairs to solve math problems that involve calculating average speed and velocity in uniform motion problems.
• As a class, review the solutions and discuss how they were calculated.

### Independent Practice

• Have students work on a project-based activity in which they create a simulated physics experiment to measure the effect of friction on uniform motion.
• Students should create a hypothesis, conduct the experiment, and analyze the results to draw conclusions.
• Students should present their findings to the class in a poster or presentation format.

### Closure

• Review the main points of the lesson, including the definition of uniform motion, the laws of -motion, and the effects of friction.
• Ask students to reflect on the importance of understanding uniform motion in physics and how it relates to other concepts they have learned.

### Assessment

• Observe students during the guided and independent practice activities to assess their understanding of uniform motion and the laws of -motion.
• Collect and grade their reports and presentations on the topic of uniform motion.
• Administer a quiz at a later date to assess retention of the material.