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Magnetic Force Relative Motion and Position. Teacher Page. Teacher Page We suggest that students keep a journal. It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain answers. When you see this symbol students should use their journals.
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Magnetic Force Relative Motion and Position Teacher Page
Teacher Page • We suggest that students keep a journal. • It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain answers. When you see this symbol students should use their journals.
This week’s lessons are designed to reinforce: State Science Standard IV Force, Motion, and Mechanical Energy A. Relative Motion/Position: An object’s position can be described relative to another object. B. Types/Properties of Forces and Motion: Forces can be gravitational, electrostatic, or magnetic. C. Interactions of Forces and Motions: Magnets attract and repel each other and certain kinds of metals.
An object’s position can be described according to its relative position to another object. Which object is being described? This object is to the left of the magnifying glass, above the light bulb, and to the right of the atom. Click for answer. atom beaker/test tube telescope solar system light bulb magnifying glass
Write a clear detailed sentence using 2 or 3 clues to describe the position of the balance scale in relation to the other objects. Use terms such as: left of, right of, behind, between, above, below, etc. frog dictionary microscope space shuttle winter tree tree trunk balance scale
Choose an object and describe its position in relation to the other objects. Let other students guess your object. eagle thunderhead cactus pumpkin maple leaf thermometer magnet