108 GOAL OF TASKS - To apply Newton’s Laws of Motion - To learn that an object in motion stays in motion unless a force is acted upon it. The paint spinner is a great example of inertia. - To learn about centrifugal force - the tendency of an object following a curved path to fly away from the centre point. Here the colours on the paper plate are pushed outward, when the salad spinner turns, causing the colours to mix together. TEACHING METHODS: (creativeproblem solving, resource-based learning, inquiry-based learning, setting small groups, teamwork, experiential learning) Experiential learning, observing, teamwork. CONSOLIDATION STAGE APPROACH/METHOD (discussion, argumentative debate, roleplaying …) Practical work, discussion. EXPECTED RESULTS Students understand how forces work via everyday life examples. ASSESSMENT Discussion on how this activity is connected to Newton’s laws of motion. EVALUATION Students can think of other everyday examples of the effect of forces! INNOVADE