Conceptual Physics Week 2

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Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5
Reading Assignments
Mad About Physics: Braintwisters, Paradoxes, and CuriositiesMad About Physicsp. 113
Questions 273, 274, 275, 276
p. 114
Questions 277-281
p. 115-116
Questions 282-287
Zoom: How Everything Moves: From Atoms and Galaxies to Blizzards and BeesZoomChapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5
Come See the Earth TurnCome See the Earth TurnNote: This book is only available used.Read today.
Mixing History & Science
Introducing Aristotle: A Graphic GuideAristotle: A Graphic GuideStop at The Problem of “Nous”.Stop at an Odd Mixture.Stop at A Flourishing Life.Stop at The Politics.Stop at Politics, Education and Art.
Learning About Physics Terms
Physics: Why Matter Matters! Basher Science: Physicsp. 20-21
Force
p. 22-23
Inertia
p. 24-25
Friction
p. 26-27
Gravity
Activities and Assignments
Junk Drawer Physics: 50 Awesome Experiments That Don't Cost a ThingJunk Drawer Physicsp. 10-11 Floating Coin (center of mass)p. 14-16 Rolling Uphill (center of gravity)
Printables
Guest Hollow's Physics WorkbookWorkbookGuest Hollow’s Physics Workbook Week  2

Education.com Balancing Bird (center of gravity)
Aristotle notebooking page
Videos
Sprott:  Ballistics CarSprott: The Monkey and the Coconut

TED-Ed: The physics of the “hardest move” in ballet
Sprott: Inertia BallAristotle & Virtue Theory: Crash Course Philosophy
 
Eureka: Gravity
TED-Ed: How to think about gravity
Online
TED-Ed video review questionsArticle: Earth’s Young Magnetic Field – Read before or after chapter 3 in Gravity.Article: Center of MassTED-Ed video review questions

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