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Great Resources on Newton’s Laws of Motion

April 24, 2012

This coming Saturday, April 28th, commemorates the 326th anniversary of Isaac Newton presenting to the Royal Society the first volume manuscript of his seminal work Naturalis Principia Mathematica.  From this first volume, originally entitled “De motu corporum” (On the motion of bodies), the scientific world inherits Newton’s Three Laws of Motion.

If you teach an Intro to Physics class, feel free to stand on the shoulders of teacher giants who have taught this before.  Here are some great resources for teaching Newton’s Laws of Motion, and beyond:

Forces and Newton’s Laws (9th Grade Physics) by Marna Eckels

Forces and Newton’s Laws (9th Grade Physics) by Brent Maddin

Newton’s Laws (10th Grade Physics) by Daniel Rosen

Forces and Shape (10th Grade Physics) by Katherine Richards

<a href=" http://betterlesson.com/unit/34708/chapter-1-forces-and-newton-s-1st-and-3rd-…” target=”_blank”>Forces and Newton’s Laws (11th Grade Physics) by Daniel Chait

Enjoy,

The BetterLesson Team 

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