This Google Classroom resource is a perfect way to incorporate technology and peer interaction as students learn about motion. These interactive slides include: graphic organizers for vocabulary terms, practice problems to calculate speed, a partner activity comparing speeds, step by step instructions and practice with graphing using Google Sheets, videos with supplementary questions, practice problems to calculate acceleration, answer keys, an editable quiz with automatic grading (includes answer key) and lesson plan/outlines for the slides.
This product includes a teacher version and a student version of the interactive slides.
In this lesson, students will:
-Describe position and speed
-Practice calculating speed problems and compare their speed to others
-Learn how to read distance/time graphs and calculate average speed
-Learn how to graph speed using Google sheets
-Use Cornell notes to compare speed, velocity, and acceleration
-Practice calculating acceleration problems
NGSS Standards Met:
Construct and interpret graphical displays of data to describe the relationships of kinetic energy to the mass of an object and to the speed of an object.
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