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Unit Title Universal Gravitation, Speed of Light, and Special Relativity. V ision. Student groups will create a research presentation which answers specific questions about “History of Classical Gravitational Theory” and “General Relativity .

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v ision
Vision
  • Student groups will create a research presentation which answers specific questions about “History of Classical Gravitational Theory” and “General Relativity.
  • Students will realize they can research and understand difficult topics and present it in a medium that helps others to understand.
vision
Vision
  • Students will realize scientific theory and discoveries impact scientific thought and society
  • The students communicate and apply scientific information…through technology based reports.
guidelines
Guidelines
  • Each team member must make a definite and documented contribution to the presentation. The role of each student must be clearly stated.
  • Each team should be prepared to give the presentation.
  • The presentation must include at least two references from which information is drawn.
  • Presentation should not exceed 10 minutes.
history of classical gravitational theory questions
History of Classical Gravitational Theory Questions
  • Give a brief overview of how gravity and motion of the planets was viewed historically before Newton. Include vies of Aristotle, Galileo, and Kepler.
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History of Classical Gravitational Theory Questions
  • Generally describe the life and time of Isaac Newton, including his personal life. Describe his major scientific contributions, including his contribution to the theory of gravity.
  • What was the major contribution of Henry Cavendish to the Universal Law of Gravitation?
general relativity questions
General Relativity Questions
  • What role does the equivalence of the inertial and gravitational properties of mass play in the development of general relativity?
  • How does gravity correspond to the bending of the space-time fabric?
  • What is the Schwarzschild radius?
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General Relativity Questions
  • What are black holes, and are they real?
  • How does gravity bend light? What is gravitational lensing?
  • What are worm holes, and are they real?
  • What predictions of general relativity have been verified, if any?
essential question
Essential Question
  • How do history and science relate?
unit questions
Unit Questions
  • What is the relationship between gravity and general relativity?
cfq s content questions
CFQ’SContent Questions
  • Research and describe the historical development of the concepts of gravitational forces and general relativity.
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CFQ’SContent Questions
  • Describe motion relative to different frames of reference.
  • Explain the scientific contributions of a variety of historical and contemporary scientists on scientific thought and society.
gauging student needs assessment
Gauging Student Needs Assessment
  • I will use a survey to see what the students know or think they know.
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Gauging Student Needs Assessment
  • Brainstorm to see how the surveys compare and see if students know anything for prior research or knowledge or do they use just what they have heard other speculate about.
  • Question students to see how sure they are of their prior knowledge.
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Gauging Student Needs Assessment
  • After projects have been completed will brainstorm again to find out what the students think about the new information.
    • What did they learn new?
    • What surprised them about the new information?
    • How do they think this will affect them in the future?
how will the assessment info help
How Will The Assessment Info Help?
  • How to direct the student research
  • To confirm that they are really researching instead of relying on prior misinformation.
feedback
Feedback
  • How students can do presentation other than power point
  • Other ways to asses
  • Final assessment ideas