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Claim:Students will use Newton's Laws of Motion to help explain their reasoning for a designed experiment of a portion of their Snipe Trap project.Reasoning: Students were given the task to design and build a Rube Goldberg style "Snipe Trap". In this process, students created one Snipe Trap (which was not successful), then went through the Project Processes specifically to refine their project. In this process, students researched and picked a difficult "transition" and created an experiment based upon their own claims. In addition, students were learning about Newton's First Law of Motion. In the video, Christian explains her reasoning using Newton's First Law of Motion.

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Claim:Students will use Newton's Laws of Motion to help explain their reasoning for a designed experiment of a portion of their Snipe Trap project.Reasoning: Students were given the task to design and build a Rube Goldberg style "Snipe Trap". In this process, students created one Snipe Trap (which was not successful), then went through the Project Processes specifically to refine their project. In this process, students researched and picked a difficult "transition" and created an experiment based upon their own claims. In addition, students were learning about Newton's First Law of Motion. In the video, Christian explains her reasoning using Newton's First Law of Motion.

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