• Design and
execute experiments, gather data to answer relevant questions, and
communicate results and conclusions to an audience using traditional
methods and contemporary technology
Develop an understanding of the relationship between pressure and
velocity, describe and analyze the effects of the four aerodynamic
forces on aircraft performance
Conduct research using a variety of sources (written, oral, electronic
etc.) and use contemporary technology to produce documents of
publication for specific purposes and audiences
Each experiment has its own set of material listed at
the beginning of the lesson.
3. Suggested timeline:
The experiments are:
• 1st Day
activities in Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, English Language
Arts, and Fine Arts that can be extended throughout the module.
• 2nd and 3rd Days
various experiments to investigate the relationship between pressure
and velocity and describe its effects on aircraft performance
• 4th and 5th Days
research and hands-on experiments to explore the four forces of flight:
lift, gravity, thrust, and drag. Explore how aircraft design affects an
airplane's performance in the air.
throughout the module with the difference experiments and problems
suggested on the homepage.
suggested at the "Lesson extension suggestions" as following.