2-TG: Teacher's Guide to Interactions

(ISBN 0-7872-3930-5, 372 pages)
Overview of the Minds•On Physics Materials vii
How to Use This Book ix
Answers & Instructional Aids for Teachers: 211
36Introducing Vectors211
37Representing Vectors Using Components221
38Changing Vector Representations225
39Adding Vectors231
40Finding Changes in Vector Quantities239
41Recognizing Interactions249
42Identifying Interactions255
43Interpreting Measurements of Forces261
44More Interpreting Measurements of Forces267
45Recognizing Forces in Realistic Situations275
46Comparing Magnitudes of Forces283
47More Comparing Magnitudes of Forces289
48Understanding Friction Forces295
49Calculating Forces Using Empirical Laws303
50Recognizing and Interpreting Free-Body Diagrams311
51Drawing and Using Free-Body Diagrams319
52Analyzing Physical Situations Using Free-Body Diagrams327
53Describing Physical Situations Using Free-Body Diagrams335
54Summarizing and Structuring Interactions343
55Analyzing Physical Situations Using Newton's First and Second Laws351
56More Analyzing Physical Situations Using Newton's First and Second Laws365
57Relating the Forces Exerted on an Object to its Motion375
58Making Distinctions Between Newton's Second and Third Laws381
59Reasoning with Newton's Laws389
60More Reasoning with Newton's Laws395
61Using Newton's Laws to Determine the Magnitudes and Directions of Forces403
62Solving Problems with Newton's Laws411
63Analyzing Forces without Empirical Laws421
64Calculating the Values of Physical Parameters and Quantities427
65Labeling Parts of Solutions and Executing Solution Plans433
66Developing Solution Plans and Solving Force Problems445
67Solving Force Problems: Reflection and Integration455
68Summarizing and Structuring Dynamics459
69Going Beyond Newton's Laws465
70Looking for New Principles471
Answer Sheets end