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Intel® Education K-12 Resources | www.intel.com/teachers
It’s a Wild Ride: A Roller Coaster Design Project
It’s a Wild Ride | Learning That Works
Celebrating Success: Alternative Field Trip
Assignment
There are very few students who do not attend the field trip, but those who don’t complete an
alternative assignment that links closely to the field trip assignment.
Alternative Field Trip Assignment
Science Assignment:
This may be better to do in stations. You decide what is best.
Watch roller coaster video for just 10 minutes. On a sheet of paper, answer the
following:
•
Draw a sketch of the third roller coaster shown on the video. Label the parts of kinetic
and potential energy.
•
Below the sketch, write an essay about Newton’s three laws of motion and where they
are in action on this roller coaster. (1st law—Once in motion, always in motion, unless
and outside force acts upon it. 2nd law--- mass x acceleration = force. 3rd law----For
every action there is an opposite and equal reaction.)
•
Draw a motion graph for this ride. It does not have to be exact of course, but make it
as accurate as you think it would look like. Make it a time/speed graph. You can rerun
the third roller coaster as much as need to complete this. You may use the second hand
on a clock to make the time for accurate. You will have to guess on the speed.
•
Go to a computer with one or two partners and complete the density worksheet.
•
Go to the next computer with your partner(s) and make a Sim Theme park. When you
are finished, on a sheet of paper describe what you got accomplished.
•
Go to the next computer with your partner(s) and see what you can make on Roller
Coaster Tycoon. When you are finished, on a sheet of paper describe what you got
accomplished.
•
If there is ever a time you can’t get on a computer and you need to wait, work on your
study guide for the year-end final. Start with the chemistry concepts first. Write the
concept on one side of a notecard (or pieces of paper cut to that size) and then write
everything about that concept on the back side.).
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