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This activity is centered around the concept of motion. This activity defines motion and gives instruction and examples on how it cat be calculated and graphed. This activity includes informational text on calculating and graphing motion as well as a variety of problems to check for understanding.
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This product comes loaded with resources to help teach your students about how motion is graphed on both distance-time and speed-time graphs. Students take notes on interactive notebook template pages while you display the accompanying fully-editable PowerPoint (modified notes are also included).
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I use this worksheet to help teach motion graphs. This distance-time graph worksheet includes six graphs to show constant speed, acceleration, deceleration, no motion, and combinations of these. Combine this worksheet with my Mo-7 worksheet on speed-time graphs to compare distance-time graphs and sp
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Use this activity as a way to practice graphing motion on a distance time graph. Students read each eight different scenarios and graph the motion for each one in a different color on the graph.
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I use this worksheet to teach speed-time (velocity) graphs after teaching distance-time graphs. This worksheet shows graphs when an object is at rest, moving at a constant speed, accelerating, decelerating, and a combination of these. I first use my Mo-6 worksheet to teach how the above motion looks
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These worksheets are geared for English Language Learners sentence starters, however I've used them with Special Education and mainstream students as well. The worksheets include speed, constant speed, acceleration, slope, linear and non-linear.Or buy my bundle that includes all of my physics produc
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The worksheet contains 6 examples of pre-made motion graphs. Students describe the motion in each of the 6 graphs. The 7th graph is a triple line graph of the motion of 3 cars. The students are required to calculate the speed of each car based on the information given in the graph.
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Over this multiple step activity, students run 400 meters and collect distance time data at 100 m intervals. Then, they calculate speed for various intervals. They also graph the motion of each runner and answer conclusion questions related to the graph and data.
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This 11 page document contains activities to help students to understand the concept of distance vs. time graphs (motion graphs). Student will be able to identify constant speed, stopping, forward, and backward motion on the graphs. Students will also be able to label motion graphs and write a cor
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Students will conduct a lab where they will time each other as they walk 15 meters. This is a great hands on lab that shows students the relationship between time, distance and speed. Students will conduct the lab, graph each group members motion and then answer conclusion questions. This file inc
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This Graphing Packet is best used with the "Graphing Powerpoint" which guides students to be successful in the graphing packet. The graphing packet includes guided notes, checks for understanding, and ample practice in interpreting motion graphs, creating motion graphs, telling stories with motion
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This is an activity that involves the students in measuring, collecting data, calculations and graphing. This is done as a class with 8 timers, 3 volunteers to walk/run and a recorder. Volunteers are timed moving down the hallway and the time and distance data is used to create graphs showing cons
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**This is the chapter slice "How to Graph Motion" from the full lesson plan Motion** Take a Peek Inside: Take the mystery out of motion. Our resource gives you everything you need to teach young scientists about motion. Students will learn about linear, accelerating, rotating and oscillating moti
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This powerpoint guides students through the often difficult and tedious process of interpreting and creating motion graphs. The powerpoint is best paired with the "Graphing Packet" - which provides guided notes and practice. The powerpoint guides students conceptually through the idea of graphs as a
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Moving Man is a great way for your students to understand graphing motion and have fun while doing it! I’ve done this lab for years and my students are always engaged and have a much greater grasp of how motion looks on a graph. PhET simulations are my go-to when it comes to online simulations. You
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Students will use the information they have learned to graph several different motion tests. You will need to provide a laminated set of printed motion cards for each group except the Independent Lab. That group needs a set of blank cards and a dry erase marker to create their own cards to graph the
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Save money with our Graphing Motion Vocabulary Unit Bundle. Each product contains vocabulary terms with pictures and working definitions. The following terms are included: Acceleration-Time Graph Average Acceleration Average Velocity Constant Acceleration Constant Velocity Distance Displacement Ins
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Students will: 1. learn to graph motion, 2. interpret motion graphs of distance vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time.
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Students will read the situations provided and then graph the motion that each situation is describing.
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**THIS is a PC Version** View this video by copying this link and pasting it into a web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqUhcgFEEMI For understanding How to Graph Motion of Motion, this chapter mini provides curriculum-based content in the form of reading passages, before you read and after
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GRAPHING MOTION LESSON This is a full lesson that teaches methods for displaying motion, meaning of slope on a motion graph, the meaning of the area under the graph, several breakdowns of the three main types of motion graphs, and the relationship between the types of motion graphs. This lesson wo
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Graphing motion is one of the hardest concepts for physics students. This worksheet is a nice introduction to motion graphs. Questions focus on each type of graph: position-time, velocity-time, and acceleration-time. Students will have to draw basic graphs for different descriptions for each type of
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STATIONS: GRAPHING MOTION By nature, station activities are a great way to differentiate instruction. Stations allow the teacher to reinforce content and the student to extend and refine their knowledge of the lesson taught. This activity provides 5 different stations for students to work throu
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Motion foldable with four graphs that the students use to describe the motion of an object. Great for interactive notebooks.
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