Lessons for Skateboarding

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  • Rocket Car - … a skateboard. Imagine that a skateboard and rider are in a state of rest (not moving). The rider jumps off the skateboard. In the Third Law, the jumping is called an action. The skateboard responds to that action by traveling some distance in the opposite direction. The skateboard's opposite motion is … distance traveled by the rider and the skateboard are compared, it would appear that the skateboard has had a much greater reaction …
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  • Skateboardathon - … plus the number of hours skated. In algebra, if the skateboarding lasted for n hours, the value of the amount raised … number of hours of skateboarding and 1 more than the number of hours of skateboarding. So if the skateboarding lasted for n hours … plus the number of hours skated. So for 48 hours' skateboarding, the amount earned is 48 x 48 + 48 = $2,352 … number of hours of skateboarding and 1 more than the number of hours of skateboarding. So for 48 hours' skateboarding, the amount earned …
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  • A Middle School Lesson Plan - … , a student researching skateboarding may write: Coverage: A good Web site would include information on the top skateboarders in the world, as well as links to manufacturers, competitions, and hints/tips for skateboarding. Objectivity: A good Web site would provide both sides of the debate on whether skateboarders should be allowed …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Newton's Third Law Of Motion - … marbles ten foot nylon rope wind-up Tomy truck giant skateboard (about 20 ft.) timer (clock) two demo spring scales fan … (Pasco dynamics cart w/ personal face fan attached) three foot skateboard Strategy: Rocket Launch: Have four - five pupils attempt to get … foot skateboard - Pupils line up and step up on the skateboard, one at a time. As the pupils step off the skateboard, they … , pupils play "Tug Of War" using the giant 20 foot skateboard. First, pupils pair off and join hands with their partners …
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  • An Introduction to Inclined Planes - … plane! Who else might use an inclined plane besides a skateboarder? Lets say you are an engineer building a road from … . Inclined planes find their way into roadway construction, bike and skateboard ramps, wheelchair access, etc. Many tasks that we undertake in … use inclined planes all the time, whether to construct roads, skateboarding ramps, handicap access, sidewalk ramps, etc. Next time you are …
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  • May the Force Be With You: Thrust - … stand on a skateboard, for example, and you throw a bowling ball in one direction, you and the skateboard would move in … bowling ball is the action while the movement of the skateboard is the opposite reaction. This is how an airplane moves … ball is that the wheels have friction, which causes the skateboard to slow down. However, the more relevant reason that you … though the forces acting on the bowling ball and the skateboard are the same, the bowling ball moves farther because it …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Planet Impactn - … than a bicycle; and a bicycle is speedier than a skateboard. We are not suggesting that these objects travel at the … degrees Skateboard & Bicycle Hit Car Broke Up Rocket Miss 60 degrees Skateboard Hit Bicycle Broke Up Car & Rocket Miss 90 degrees Skateboard Broke … . Label the second column "Speed." Under that heading, write down skateboard, bicycle, car, and rocket four times. Instruct the students to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Hannah Montana "You're So Vain, You Probably Think This Zit Is About You" - … In the program, Lily is planning to compete in a skateboarding competition. Skateboarding contestants are scored using a specific mathematical equation. Have … .disney.go.com/disneychannel/hannahmontana/index.html Information about competitive skateboarding http://skateboard.about.com/cs/events/a/X Games Info 2 … Digital Photography. Publisher: Lark Books, December 2004. DK Publishing (Author). Skateboarding. Publisher: DK Children, June 2006. Graydon, Shari. In Your Face …
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  • Newton's Third Law - … -Step Off 1 Skateboard 1. Step upon the skateboard. 2. Take one step forward, as if walking off the skateboard. Please have someone … can use in place of skateboards 2-Office Chairs). This activity has two persons standing on skateboards and their palms touching each … propelled backwards (opposite directions). If you do not have a skateboard use 2 office chairs and have persons sit facing each …
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  • 3.9 Energy: Concepts and careers - … each student, one copy of each of the student handouts: "Skateboard Scenario" "A Bright Idea: Energy Conservation" "Energy Job Information Sheet … "A Bright Idea: Energy Conservation." Have students look at the "Skateboard Scenario" student handout, and read the scenario to the class … . Skateboard Science Exploratorium's website explaining the scientific forces at work behind skateboarding. Science of Skateboarding A scientific article and video explain skateboard physics …
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