3-TG: Teacher's Guide to Conservation Laws & Concept-Based Problem Solving

(ISBN 0-7872-3932-1, 380 pages)
Overview of the Minds•On Physics Materials vii
How to Use This Book ix
Answers & Instructional Aids for Teachers 483
71Investigating Collisions in which Two Objects Stick Together483
72Introducing the Concepts of Impulse and Momentum491
73Using Impulse and Momentum to Solve Constant-Force Problems497
74Analyzing Collisions Using Newton's Third Law507
75Relating Momentum Ideas to One-Body Problem Situations517
76Relating Momentum Ideas to Situations Having Two or More Objects525
77Reasoning with Impulse and Momentum Ideas535
78Solving Problems Using Momentum Principles543
79Summarizing and Structuring Momentum and Impulse Ideas553
80Recording Your Thoughts about Energy561
81Relating Forces to the Motion of Objects567
82Relating Work to Forces and Displacements575
83Recognizing the Presence of Work581
84Comparing the Work Done by Forces589
85Computing the Work Done by Forces597
86Recognizing and Comparing Kinetic Energy605
87Reasoning with Work and Energy Ideas615
88Solving Problems with the Work—Kinetic Energy Theorem625
89Recognizing the Presence of Potential Energy635
90Comparing the Potential Energy641
91Computing the Potential Energy651
92Keeping Track of Energy: The Law of Conservation of Energy659
93Reasoning with Energy Ideas671
94Solving Problems Using Energy Ideas685
95Summarizing and Structuring Energy Ideas699
96Recording Your Ideas about Problem Solutions711
97Recognizing the Appropriate Principle/Law715
98Matching Solution Strategies with Problems725
99Writing and Comparing Solution Strategies735
100Solving One-Principle Problems745
101Solving More Complex Problems753
102Structuring Mechanics765
Answer Sheets end