Instructing Science, within any concept, is as easy as knowing yourself as
you interact with the known world. Instructing using what I term as
Reality-based Instructions provide your students with a rational response
to any question relating to "where will I use this?" Take for example,
"where will I find force within my life, other then balling my fist and
hitting someone?" ?? Your response is simple, "A push and a pull is what
force is, and although you are a long way from becoming a Jedi Knight the
"Force" is with you each time you take two or more steps. Walking ?????
illustrates the basis of push and pull with the step of "heal", and "toe".
The heal pulls you as the toe pushes you. - Dr Floyd, M. P., Jr.