This lecture presentation provides a clear and dynamic presentation of the graphical representation of kinematic motion (displacement, velocity, and acceleration vs. elapsed time). The presentation is animated to allow students to see how these graphs are constructed, how they describe motion, and how they relate to eachother. The presentation contains links to applets and questions and problems for practice and assessment. It is the second of three presentations on kinematic motion.
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This presentation is by Dr. Norman J. LaFave, author of "You Want Me to Teach WHAT? Sure-Fire Methods for Teaching Physical Science and Math" by NSTA Press.