Q. 153.8( 4 Votes )
Sonam was reading about balanced and unbalanced forces. She read that the gravitational force of sun and moon also acts on us. She wondered why we don’t fly towards these bodies. Her teacher, however, listened to her patiently and stored her doubts.
(a) What values of Sonam do you observe?
(b) Throw light on characteristic values of her teacher.
(c) Distinguish between balanced and unbalanced forces.
(d) What explanation would you give towards Sonam’s questions?
(e) Good reading habits lead to constructive learning. Comment.
(a) We observe that sonam is very curious in understanding natural phenomenons about the gravitational forces between sun and moon
(b) The characterstic value of her teacher is as below:
- expert communication skills
- superior listening skills
- deep knowledge and passion for their subject matter
- the ability to build caring relationships with students
- friendliness and approachability
- excellent preparation and organization skills
- strong work ethic
- community-building skills
- high expectations for all
(c). Balanced forces are those in which Fnet = 0 N, whereas Unbalanced forces are those in which Fnet ≠ 0 N.
(d). Gravitational force is a weak force and it depends upon distance and earth is closer to us than sun or moon, so pulling of the earth is more effective than the other two.
(e) Good reading habits led to constructive learning. The good heading habits like reading newspaper, science journal led a constructive learning of the new technology and ideas in his dictionary which led him to question existing theory which led to constructive learning
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