# Free Second Loi De Newton Lesson Plan for 12th Grade Students

## Topic:second loi de newton

### Objectives & Outcomes

• Students will be able to explain the second law of newton and use it to solve real world problems.

### Materials

• Chart paper and markers
• Calculators
• Examples of real world problems that can be solved using the second law of newton

### Warm-up

• Ask students if they have heard of newton's first law of motion. (If they have not, briefly explain it.)
• Discuss how newton's first law of motion can be used to predict the motion of an object in a given force field.
• Ask students if they have heard of newton's second law of motion. (If they have not, briefly explain it.)
• Discuss how newton's second law of motion can be used to determine the force needed to accelerate an object in a given force field.

### Direct Instruction

• Write newton's first law of motion and second law of motion on the board.
• Have students copy the laws into their notes.
• Review the examples of each law, using the motion-related objects from the warm-up activity.
• Have students work in pairs to create their own examples of each law, using pencils and paper.

### Guided Practice

• Have students work in pairs to create their own examples of each law, using markers and paper.
• Ask students to share their examples with the class and explain their reasoning.

### Independent Practice

• Have students work on a project-based independent practice, where they create a short animation or interactive simulation that demonstrates one of the laws of motion.
• Students can use computer software such as Animation or Power Point to create their animation or simulation.

### Closure

• Review the key concepts from the lesson and have students share their animations or simulations with the class.
• Ask students to reflect on what they learned about the laws of motion and how they can be applied to real-world situations.

### Assessment

• Observe students during the independent practice activity and give feedback on their understanding of the laws of motion.
• Have students submit their completed animations or simulations as their final assessment.