Chapter 8: Lesson Plan: Flight Fidelity - Engineering with Practical Mathematics Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12 CK-12 Modeling and Simulation for High School Teachers: Principles, Problems, and Lesson Plans Read Resources Details Chapter Outline 8.1. Lesson Overview and Content Focus8.2. Grade Level and Student Prerequisites8.3. Learning Objectives8.4. Materials and Resources8.5. Time Required8.6. Procedure8.7. Student Assessment8.8. Lesson Evaluation8.9. Alignment with National Standards8.10. Special Acknowledgements8.11. Teacher Resources8.12. Student Handouts8.13. Mathematics Lesson Extensions Chapter Summary Image Attributions Share this: Description This lesson plan introduces the students to the concept of numerical integration. The Euler numerical integration method is then used to simulate the trajectory of a model rocket to predict maximum height. Difficulty Level: At Grade Authors: Lisa Damian-Marvin John Fitzgerald Tags: CK.SCI.ENG.SE.1.Modeling-and-Simulation-for-High-School-Teachers.8 Newton's Laws of Motion numerical integration (2 more) thrust trajectory Subjects: science Grades: 11 , 12 Date Created: Aug 06, 2012 Last Modified: Nov 26, 2014 You can only attach files to None which belong to you If you would like to associate files with this None, please make a copy first.