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#### Science of NFL Football: Nutrition, Hydration and Health

How does what you eat compare to an NFL football player? The final video in a 10-part series explains the nutrition requirements at the extreme level of an NFL player. The instructor explains the key nutrients and their nutritional...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Newton's First Law of Motion

Why are some football players harder to tackle than others? Turns out physics is the answer. The fifth lesson of the 10-part video series continues connecting the NFL to physics concepts. Young scientists learn about inertia through an...

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#### NFL Quarterback Salaries

Use statistics to decide if NFL quarterbacks earn their salaries! Learners study correlation coefficients after using technology to calculate regression equations. Through the data, they learn the meaning of correlation and correlation...

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#### NFL Home Field Advantage?

Does the home team have the home field advantage in football? Class members look at a graph that displays wins at home and wins on the road for each NFL team from 2002–2012. Then they answer eight word problems that look at the...

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#### NFL Football Unit Rate as Slope Direct Variation

The last-second touchdown, an exciting Hail Mary—who wins the big game? NFL dreams are alive and well on football fields across the country. A fact-filled lesson provides data about the number of high school players that play in college...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Vectors

Map the velocity of a thrown football using physics! Learners study vector addition using a football scenario. Two vectors model the movement of the receiver and quarterback while the resulting vector describes the velocity of the...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Pythagorean Theorem

Physics can make football players better. A creative video shows learners how to apply the Pythagorean Theorem to defensive situations. The first of a 10-part video series calculates the distance a defender needs to cover using right...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Newton's Second Law of Motion

Newton would have been a great football coach. A 10-part video series examines several physics topics through a football lens. Using Newton's Second Law of Motion, individuals learn how force applies to kicking a football.

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#### Science of NFL Football: Geometric Shapes

Ever wonder why a football has such an unsual shape? Find out with this video from the Science of Football colelction that examines how the geometric properties of a football make it perfectly suited for being thrown accurately over long...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Projectile Motion and Parabolas

Punt, pass, or kick your way to learning physics! An engaging lesson breaks down the mechanics of punting a football through an analysis of vectors. The ninth lesson of a video series explains the horizontal and vertical velocity...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Newton's Third Law of Motion

A football tackle is just a transfer of momentum, Learners discover the principles of Newton's Third Law by analyzing football tackling. The third lesson in a series of 10 videos shows how the mass and velocity of a defensive player lead...

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#### Science of NFL Football: Kinematics

Describe the motion of a football running back using physics kinematics. The seventh lesson in a series of 10 video lessons describes the velocity, acceleration, and position of key plays on the football field. Individuals learn the...

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#### Should NFL Quarterbacks Shave or Grow a Beard?

What does facial hair have to do with quarterback ratings? Using a set of data that provides QBR with and without facial hair, football enthusiasts determine if performance is affected. It also has learners question if the relationship...

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#### NFL Teams-AFC Nicknames Match

In this NFL worksheet, learners match NFL teams to their cities, using a word bank given. Worksheet has links to additional activities.

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#### Positive and Negative Numbers

Contest winner? Use this story about winning tickets to an NFL football game to plot numbers on a number line. Identify positive and negative values in the story and use the worksheet provided to plot out temperature, altitude, and money...

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#### Playing Catch-Up

Run, Rich, run! Learners watch a video clip from the NFL showing Rich Eisen running a 40-yard dash. It then superimposes a video clip of Julio Jones. The task is to determine who would complete the dash first—if Julio Jones runs at half...

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#### Welcome to the NFL (Dance)

Students perform a dance that includes jumping jacks, jogging, and kicking.

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#### Math and the NFL - Statistical Representations

Seventh graders use the Internet to get current sports information for data analysis. They use their data to find the mean, median, mode and range. Students then place their data on a spreadsheet.

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#### Nutrition, Hydration, and Health

NFL football in science class? Yes, please! In an engaging and motivating three-day lesson, kids take a look at their own nutritional habits and needs compared to those of an NFL player, then experiment with the effects of hydration on...

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#### Super Bowl Sunday Word Jumble

In this interactive learning exercise, students solve printable word jumbles of NFL teams; there are links to similar word searches and matching activities based on NFL teams.

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#### Glendale, Arizona

In this language arts worksheet, students listen to a podcast, or read the transcript of an article about the Superbowl and the NFL. They tell the significance of six numbers and answer 7 comprehension questions. Students complete a...

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#### Velocity

Students explore the concepts of velocity, acceleration, distance and football. They collect data on the velocity of a football and they determine the distance and height of a football when it is thrown. Students compare their findings...

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#### How Big?

Teams must determine the size of cavern needed to house the citizens of Alabraska to protect them from the asteroid impact. Using scaling properties, teams first determining the number of people that could sleep in a classroom and then...

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#### Football Word Search

In this word search learning exercise, students complete the word search puzzle about football. Students find the 32 NFL teams in the puzzle.