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February 7-8, 2017 Egg drop physics!

Tuesday-Wednesday  The teacher will give an egg with different


Demo Lesson Plan in  Five learners will go to the fourth floor and will
Grade 9- Science drop the egg.
Fourth Grading Period  The remaining learners will watch the egg as it
drops down to the ground.
 Learners will examine the egg and will make
I. Learning Objectives observations afterwards.
At the end of the discussion, 80% of learners
should be able to: d. Subject Matter
a. describe the vertical motions of a projectile;
b. perform the following calculations using formulas
c. Topic: Uniformly Accelerating Motion: Vertical
Motion
II. Materials Concept: Free fall- when an object is falling due
Maze, eggs, straws, papers, Powerpoint to gravity without the influence of free fall and air
resistance.
presentations, video presentations, and writing materials.
e. Discussion
References: Grade 9 Science Curriculum Guidep. 56, Analysis:
Grade 9 Science Learners’ Module pp. 253-255,  What do you think is the reason why the
Conceptual Physics 12th Edition by Hewitt pp. 46-49, egg did not break?
Holt Physics by Serway and Faughn pp. 60-63,  Why the egg does falls in the ground as
University Physics with Modern Physics 13th edition by you throw it?
Young and Freedman pp. 52-54  What can you say to the speed of the
egg as it drops down to the ground?
III. Unlocking of Difficulties
Uniformly Accelerating Motion: Vertical Motion
Acceleration- The rate at which velocity changes over * Video presentation of a feather and bowling
time; the change in velocity may be in magnitude, or ball under free fall will be projected on the wall.
direction, or both. *In first scenario, the feather and the bowling
Uniformly Accelerating Motion- Acceleration of an ball will be subjected into free fall in a chamber with air.
object that has a motion of constant, uniform change in *In the second scenario, the feather and the
velocity over a period of time. bowling ball will be subjected to free fall in vacuum
chamber.
Free Fall –
IV. Lesson Proper Question:

a. Daily Routines (Opening Prayer, Greetings, Free fall- when an object is falling due to gravity
Attendance Checking) without the influence of friction and air resistance. An
object that is having a free fall has an acceleration of 9.8
b. Review of the Past Lesson m/s2 due to gravity. This acceleration is uniform until it
reaches the ground. Take note that the velocity of an
 What is acceleration? object increases to 9.8m/s every second.
 What is uniformly accelerating motion?

c. Motivation
Maze!
 The teacher will form the students into groups.
 The teacher will giv

d. Activity
Figure 1. The increase of velocity in free fall is Benson A. Roxas
9.8 m/s every second. Student Teacher

Since there is a constant increase in velocity and


Checked by:
friction is also negligible, we can say that the object
accelerates uniformly.

Ms. Rose Anne C. Sibug


Cooperating Teacher

V. Generalization

VI. Evaluation: REMARKS:

Solve the following problems:

1. A person pushing a stroller starts from rest, uniformly


accelerating at a rate of 0.5 m/s2. What is the velocity of
the stroller after it has traveled 4.75 m?
Answer: 2.18 m/s

2. A car traveling at 7.0 m/s accelerates uniformly at 2.5


m/s2 and reaches a displacement of 19 m. What is the
final velocity of the car?
Answer: 12 m/s

3. A car enters the freeway with a speed of 6.5 m/s and


accelerates uniformly for 0.95 m/s2 for 20 seconds. How
far the car moving after this time?
Answer: 320 m
VII. Homework

Solve the following problems:

1. A race car accelerates uniformly from 18 m/s to 46


m/s in 2.5 seconds. Determine the acceleration of the car
and the distance traveled.

2. A plane starting at rest at one end of a runway


undergoes a uniform acceleration of 4.8 m/s2 for 15 s
before takeoff. How long must the runway be for the
plane to be able to take off?

3. An automobile with an initial speed of 5 m/s


accelerates uniformly at the rate of 2.5 m/s2.Find the
final speed and the displacement after 15 s.

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